|Other titles||Banquet of jests, Archy"s dream.|
|Contributions||Jamieson, T. H. 1843-1876., Armstrong, Archie, d. 1672.|
|LC Classifications||PN6173 .B3 1872|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxix, xii, 383 p. :|
|Number of Pages||383|
|LC Control Number||17021107|
Archie D. Armstrong, T. H. (Thomas Hill) Jamieson No preview available - ARCHIE ARMSTRONGS BANQUET OF J Archie D. Armstrong, T. H. (Thomas Hill) Jamieson No preview available - Reprint from the 5th and 6th editions, with reproduction of the original title-pages: "A Banqvet of Jests. Or a Collection of Court Camp, Colledge, Citie, Country, Iests The sixth Ed., much enl. London, Printed for R. Royston, ," and "Archy's Dream, some times Iester to his Maiestie, but exiled the Court by Canterburies malice Pages: Banquet of jests. Archie Armstrong's Banquet of jests. Edinburgh, W. Paterson, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Archie Armstrong; T H Jamieson. Internet Archive BookReader Archie Armstrong's Banquet of jests;.
Armstrong, Archie. (). A choice banquet of witty jests, rare fancies, and pleasant novels fitted for all the lovers of wit, mirth, and eloquence: being an addition to Archee's jests, taken out of his closet but never published by his [sic] in his life time. London: Printed for Peter Dring. MLA Citation. Armstrong, Archie. Item Details. A limited edition copy of Archie Armstrong’s Banquet of Jests and Archy’s Dream by Archibald Armstrong, bound together. This edition is presented in a brown cloth bound cover with a title label at its spine. This limited edition copy is numbered “16” on its edition page, and was printed on Whatman’s paper. No record of any legal offspring exists, but the local parish register does note a baptism of a “base son” of Archibald Armstrong on Decem Archie died in and was buried in an unmarked grave at Arthuret Church on April 1. Archie Armstrong’s publications A Banquet of Jests: A change of Cheare, published about Banquet of jests. Part 1. By attributed name. d. Archie Armstrong. Abstract , p."To the reader" signed: Anonimos; sometimes attributed to Archie ns headlines contain "Part 1".The words "moderne jests Merry tales." are bracketed together on the title uction of the original in the Bodleian Author: attributed name. d. Archie Armstrong.
A choice banquet of witty jests, rare fancies, and pleasant novels: fitted for all the lovers of wit, mirth, and eloquence: being an addition to Archee's jests, taken out of his closet but never published by his [sic] in his life time. Description. This is the second edition of A Banquet of Jests, a popular jestbook (or joke book) first published in The book was so successful that it was reprinted 16 times during the 17th and 18th centuries, often with additions and revisions. Armstrong A. Archie Armstrong’s banquet of jests. Reprinted from the original edition. Together with Archy’s Dream, printed in the year Edinburgh: William Bateson, Lings M. Shakespeare’s window into the soul. Rochester, VT: Inner Traditions, Shakespeare W, ed P Alexander. The complete works of Shakespeare. Physical Description: leaf K12 verso (page ) || leaf L1 recto (page ).