Recreation and Arts : Poetry (22)
Arundell, Mr. Directors: a poem addressed to Mr. Stanhope, occasioned by his epistle to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales / by Mr. Arundell (London: Printed for E. Curll, over against Catherine-Street in the Strand, M.DCC.XX. ).
Bockett, Elias, 1695-1735. Yea and nay stock-jobbers, or, The 'Change-Alley Quakers anatomiz'd: in a burlesque epistle to a friend at sea (London: Printed for J. Roberts near the Oxford Arms in Warwick-Lane, A. Dodd at the Peacock without Temple-Bar, and J. Billingsly under the Royal-Exchange, 1720).
Bond, William, d. 1735. Governour: a poem on the present posture of affairs / presented to the king, by Mr. Stanhope (London: Printed for E. Curll ..., 1720).
Broken stock-jobbers: or, Work for the bailiffs: a new farce: as it was lately acted in Exchange-Alley (London: Printed for T. Jauncy without Temple-Bar, 1720).
Bublers medley, or, The D--l will have his own ([London: s.n., 1721]).
Foxton, Thomas, 1697-1769. Jesina: or, Delusive gold: a pastoral lamenting the misfortunes of a young lady of quality, ruined by South-Sea stock / by Mr. Foxton ... (London: Printed for E. Curll, at the Dial and Bible, over-against Catherine-street, in the Strand, 1721).
Gay, John, 1685-1732. Panegyrical epistle to Mr. Thomas Snow, goldsmith, near Temple-Barr: occasion'd by his buying and selling of the third subscriptions, taken in by the directors of the South-Sea Company, at a thousand per cent (London: Printed for Bernard Lintot, at the Cross-Keys between the two Temple-Gates, 1721).
J. B., Gent. Poem occasion'd by the rise and fall of South-Sea stock: humbly dedicated to the merchant-adventurers trading in the South-Seas (London: Printed and sold by Samuel Chapman, at the Angel and Crown in Pall-Mall; and John Williams, at the Bible and Crown in New Bond-street, 1720).
Groote tafereel der dwaasheid ([Amsterdam?: s.n.], 1720).
Hymn to the chair: or, Lucubrations, serious and comical, on the use of chairs, benches, forms, joint-stools, three-legged stools, and ducking-stools: the hint taken from the Craftsman of the 6th instant ... to which are added the beauties and advantages (London: Printed for B. Dickinson ...; Tho. Corbet ...; and R. Montague ..., 1732).
Lucipher's new row-barge: [no. 2] ([London?: s.n., 1721]).
Ramsay, Allan, 1686-1758. Poem on the south-sea / by Mr. Alexander Ramsay [i.e. Allan Ramsay]; to which is prefix'd, A familiar epistle to Anthony Hammond Esq., by a friend [i.e. G. Sewell] (London: Printed for T. Jauncy ..., 1720).
Ramsay, Allan, 1686-1758. Poems (Edinburgh: Printed for the author ... , 1720).
Rich, Edward-Pickering. Original poems on several occasions. / By Mr. Edward-Pickering Rich ... (London: Printed for J. Roberts ... , 1720).
Tolson, Francis, d. 1745 or 6. Poem on His Majesty's passing the South-Sea bill / by Mr. Tolson (London: Sold by John Morphew, near Stationers-Hall, 1720).
Trifler, T., Esq., of the Middle Temple. Elogy of nothing, dedicated to Nobody; with a postface / by T. Trifler, Esq; of the Middle Temple (London: Sold by T. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-noster-Row, 1742).
Ward, Edward, 1667-1731. Delights of the bottle, or, The compleat vintner: with the humours of bubble upstarts, stingy wranglers, dinner spungers, jill tiplers, beef beggers, cook teasers, pan soppers, plate twirlers, table whitlers, drawer biters, spoon pinchers (London: Printed by W. Downing ..., 1720).
Ward, Edward, 1667-1731. [Lo]oking-glass for England: or, The [ ]ess of stock-jobbing explain'd / w[ritt]en by a true-born Englishman, and recommended to the serious consideration of his loving countrymen (Bristol: Reprinted by S. Farley, 1720).
Ward, Edward, 1667-1731. Merry travellers, or, A trip upon ten-toes from Moorfields to Bromley: an humorous poem, intended as the Wandering spy. Part I / by the author of the Cavalcade (London: Printed for the author, and sold by A. Bettesworth ..., 1724).
Ward, Edward, 1667-1731. Northern cuckold, or, The gardenhouse intrigue (London: [s.n.], printed in the year 1721).
Ward, Edward, 1667-1731. Parish gutt'lers: or, The humours of a select vestry (London: [s.n.], printed in the year 1722).
Ward, Edward, 1667-1731. Wand'ring spy, or, The merry travellers. Part II: to which is added, The contending candidates, or, The broom-staff battles, dirty skirmishes, and other comical humours of the Southwark election / by the author of the Cavalcade (London: Printed, and are to be sold by A. Bettesworth and J. Batley ... J. Hook ... S. Briscoe ... M. Hotham ..., 1722).