The Festival of Momus, or Complete Cabinet of Wit; Being a Curious Collection of Lively Repartees, Bon-Mots, Choice Puns, ... Selected from the Port-Folios, and Other Repositories of Fun, of the Lodge of Old Fellows, by an Arch Wag! by Multiple Contributors (Paperback / softback, 2010)
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