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Jestbooks.
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The American jest book: containing a choice selection of jests, anecdotes, bon mots, stories, &c

Philadelphia: : Printed for Mathew Carey, no. 122, Market-Street., 1808
1808
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The American jester, or, The seamen & landsmen's funny companion. I do love fun

New-England: : Printed for the booksellers., 1807
1807
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Cambridge jests: being wit's recreation. If what's here said don't every humour fit, cease to find fault, 'till you [c]an find more wit

[London] : Printed and sold at the Printing Office in Bow Church-Yard, London, [1775?]
1775?
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Cambridge jests. Being wit's recreation. If what's here said don't every humour fit, cease to find fault, till you can find more wit

[London] : Printed and sold in Aldermary Church-Yard, London, [1750?]
1750?
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The Comical jester: containing a number of curious, amusing, and entertaining anecdotes--jests--bon motts--repartees and epigrams. : [Two lines of verse]

Charlestown [Mass.]: : Printed and sold by J. White,--, 1810
1810
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England's witty and ingenious jester. Containing, a choice collection of entire new jests, diverting, instructive and entertaining, extracted from the writings of Killigrew, Joe Miller, &c. Part. II

[London] : Sold in Stonecutter-street, Fleet-Marker, [1776?]
1776?
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The Merry and facetious companion, in French and English Being a collection of the most entertaining stories, witty sayings, and smart repartees, that are to be found either in our own or foreign authors. Design'd for the use of all those persons who would or are now learning the French tongue

London : Printed; and sold by E. Duncombe, bookbinder, in Butcher-Hall-Lane: and N. Peisley, bookseller in Moorfields, fronting Bethlem, 1746
1746
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The Merry Andrew Being the smartest collection every yet published, of elegant repartees, brilliant jests, ridiculous bulls, comical tales, facetious epigrams, humorous epitaphs, droll jokes, profound riddles, and second hand conundrums. This book is the quintessence of wit, the source of fun, the original of laughter, and the perfection of true humour. By Ferdinando Funny, Esq; M.M. and professor of Drollery in the University of Humbug
Funny, Ferdinando
London : Printed for I. Pottinger, in Pater-noster Row, and sold by all the booksellers in the Universe, MDCCLIX. [1759]
1759
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The Merry fellow's companion; being the second part of the American jest book. : Containing a choice selection of anecdotes, bon mots, jests, repartees, stories, &c. &c

Wilkesbarre,--Pennsylvania: : Printed by Asher & Charles Miner,--for Mathew Carey, Philadelphia., 1802
1802
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The merry jester. Containing great variety of comical jests, keen waggeries, smart repartees, funny tales, brilliant bon mots, queer puns, whimsical bulls, merry humbugs, droll sayings, wonderful stories, strange whims, humourous frolicks, polite witticisms and strokes of humour. By Robert Baker
Baker, Robert, fl. 1766
London : Printed for R. Richards, at his State-Lottery-Office, No. 44, between Fetter-Lane and Bartlet's-Buildings, Holborn. Where may be had, the true-born englishman, [1773?]
1773?
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The Merry jester, or, Convivial companion; a collection of wit and mirth, suited to all companies, and adapted to every capacity. Containing the best jests, brilliant repartees, smart jokes, funny tales, comical stories, merry sayings. To which are added, roll conundrums, select epigrams, curious riddles, puzzling rebusses. The whole compiled for the choice spirits and high geniusses

London : Printed for W. Lane, No 33, Leadenhall-street, [1785?]
1785?
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The Merry jester, or, The rakes pocket companion. Containing a collection of comical and diverting jests. To which is added the fifteen plagues of a maidenhead, and the virgin's dream

London : [s.n.], Printed in the year 1771
1771
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The merry medley or, a Christmas-Box, for gay gallants, and good companions. Containing Diverting Stories and choice Jokes, dextrous Tricks, pleasant Poems, and exquisite Epigrams, &c. Droll Dialogues, Facetious Fables, Humourous Speeches, Rysible Reflections, Ludicrous Letters, Rare Riddles, Arch Sayings. Rysible Reflections, Celebrated new and Jovial Songs fit for the Voice or Violin, and modish Country Dances; And, also The Travels of Father Christmas, and the most moving Memoirs of Jonathan

London : printed for J. Freeman in Fleet street, 1745
1745
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The Merry medley; or Universal chronicle of wit and humour. Consisting of Entertaining stories. Remarkable anecdotes. Ingenious poems. Laughable elegies. Quaint epigrams. Ridiculous epitaphs. Strange paradoxes. Obscure riddles. Jovial Songs. Brilliant jests. Queer puns. Hibernian blunders, &c. Vol. I

London : Printed by W. Hoggard, in Water-Lane, Fleet-street, MDCCLXV. [1765]
1765
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The Merry pranks of Tom Tram, son-in-law to Mother Winter To which is added, his comical jesis, odd conceits, and pleasant tales, being very delightful to read

[London? : s.n., 1750?]
1750?
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The Merry tales of the wise men of Gotham. To which is added, a collection of jests

Edinburgh : Printed and sold by J. Morren, Cowgate, [1800?]
1800?
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Merry tales of the wise men of Gotham. To which is added, a collection of jests

Glasgow : [s.n.], Printed in the year MDCCXC. [1790]
1790
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The Merry tales or the wise men of Gotham

[London] : Printed and sold in Aldermary Church Yard, Bow Lane, London, [1750?]
1750?
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Mirth's Museum, or, The Humorous Jester. Containing select and original Jests, bon mots, repartees, droll stories, and laughable gulls, both English and Irish

Southwark : Printed by and for W. Kemmish, King-Street, Borough: and sold by all the booksellers, [1798?]
1798?
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Oxford jests, refined and enlarged Being a collection of whitty jests. Merry tales pleasant joques. Collected and composed by Captain W. Hicks, native of Oxford
Hicks, William, fl. 1671
London : Printed for C. Hitch, and L. Hawes; at the Red-Lyon, in Paternoster-Row; S. Crowder, at the Looking-Glass, on London Bridge; C. Ware, at the Bible. On Ludgate Hill; and H. Woodgate, and S. Brookes at the Golden Ball, in Paternoster Row, [1760?]
1760?
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Oxford jests, refined and inlarged Being a collection of witty jests, merry tales, pleasant jokes. Collected and composed by Captain W. Hicks, native of Oxford
Hicks, William, fl. 1671
London : Printed for J. Back, at the Black Boy, on the middle of London-Bridge, 1702
1702
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The Poets jests, or Mirth in abundance

[London] : Printed and sold in London, [1790?]
1790?
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The Surprizing history of the Devil and Dr. Faustus. Containing a full account, of the wonderful, and wicked life, of that learned and sinful man, Dr. John Faustus. : Also, treating of his unhappy and dreadful end, and his being carried off, and torn to pieces by the Devil, on the 28th day of February, 1438.

New-Haven: : [s.n.], Printed in the year, 1798
1798
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Tom gay's comical Jester, or The wit's merry medley Being a new and most beautiful collection of brilliant jests, funny jokes, merry stories, humorous adventures, pleasant tales, smart repartees, witty quibbles, & Irish bulls, &c. &c. To which is added, a curious collection of new conundrums, rebusses and riddles, sharp epigrams, droll epitaphs, amorous, poems, songs, fables, &c. The whole being entirely freed from that dulness which infects most other jest books-and is calculated to kill care,
Gay, Tom
London : Printed for J. Cooke, at Shakespear's-head in Pater-noster-Row. And sold by all other booksellers in England, [1770?]
1770?
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Tom Thumb's royal riddle book: for the tiral of dull witts. Being a collection of new and ingenious guesses. Composed for the benefit of all that desire to try their wits, by reading these merry questions and answers
Thumb, Tom
Falkirk : Printed for the travelling booksellers, 1788
1788
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Tommy Trapwit's pleasant tales, entertaining stories, and merry jests. Recommended to the perusal of the little gentry of this Kingdom, by their old friend Margery commonly called Goody, two shoes
Trapwit, Tommy
Alexandria : Printed [for the author], and sold by all the booksellers, of Euroe, and by John Mozley, Gainsbro, MDCCXXXIII. [1733]
1733
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