3 edition of Oxford jests found in the catalog.
Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 8779, no.15).
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Oxford Jests, Refined and Inlarged by William Hicks. Title Oxford Jests, Refined and Inlarged. Author William Hicks. ++++The below data was compiled from various identification fields in the bibliographic record of this title.
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Oxford jests, refined and enlarged: being a collection of witty jests, merry tales, pleasant joques. [William Hicks]. English, Book, Illustrated edition: Oxford jests [electronic resource]: refined and enlarged: being a collection of witty jests, merry tales, and pleasant jokes. Collected and composed / by Captain W.
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Jest book s (or Jestbooks) are collections of jokes and humorous anecdotes in book form - a literary genre which reached its greatest importance in the early modern period. 1 Origins 2 Elizabethan jestbooks.
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It would be a curious point to ascertain whether the anecdotes common to these collections and to "Scoggin's Jests," do not refer to the same person; and whether Scoggin is not in fact the hero of many of the pranks attributed to the "Scholar of Oxford.
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set More or less fictitious anecdotes, many of Pages: The book is great because it takes you on a journey of Oxford through the ages. The dons, the students, formal hall, college rowing are all familiar to someone who have studied at Oxford.
There are also things that current students may not be as familiar with such as the history of women in Oxford/5(5). There are several extant editions of ”Tarlton’s Jests” The ESTC has entries for a and a edition at the Folger Library, a edition at the British Library and a edition with copies at the Bodleian at Oxford.
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PREFACE. The Compiler of this new Jest Book is desirous to make known that it is composed mainly of old jokes,—some older than Joe Miller himself,—with a liberal sprinkling of new jests gathered from books and hearsay. In the course of his researches he has been surprised to find how many Jests.
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The Compiler of this new Jest Book is desirous to make known that it is composed mainly of old jokes,--some older than Joe Miller himself,--with a liberal sprinkling of new jests.
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Preview this book. OUP India’s school publishing program caters to the needs of all major school boards, and offers blended learning solutions for all subjects. These learning solutions include course-linked interactive and. Born to Alfred and Amelia Adams Noyes on SeptemAlfred Noyes grew up in Wolverhampton, England.
His father, a grocer and a teacher, taught Noyes Latin and Greek. Noyes attended Exeter College, Oxford. Coffee-house jests [microform] / by the author of the Oxford-jests; The Complaisant companion, or, New jests, witty reparties, bulls, rhodomontado's, and pleasant novels [m The American jest book [microform]: containing a choice selection of jests.
Coffee-house jests. Refined and enlarged. By the author of the Oxford jests. The fourth edition, with large additions. This may be re-printed, Feb.
R.P. (London: printed for Hen. Rhodes, next door to the Swan-Tavern, near Bride-Lane in Fleet street, ), by William Hickes (HTML at EEBO TCP) Scoggin's jests. Joe Miller's jests: or, The wits vade-mecum. [Compiled by J.
Mottley]. Lond., by Joe Miller. Publication date Collection europeanlibraries Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of Oxford University Language English. Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford Pages: Oxford Books Online Store in India.
Free Shipping, Cash on delivery at India's favourite Online Shop - In France, the jest-book became a vehicle for all the wisdom and satire at Rabelais’s command.
But in England, the fermentation of the age found expression through other channels, and the jest-books. Hicks's ‘Oxford Jests,’ first printed in (as we gather from Wood), were ‘refined and enlarged’ in, &c.
Another popular jest-book compiled by Hicks was ‘Coffee House Jests,’ .The original Joe Miller (/) was a well-respected English actor, who played Shakespearean clowns among other characters. The year after his death, his friend John Mottley (), brought out a joke book named Joe Miller's Jests.
The Indiana State Library is home to a number of fascinating items, including an excellent 19th century facsimile of the original “Joe Miller’s Jests.” First published in London inthe joke book offers of the “most brilliant jests.