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With baked, and broiled, and stewed, and toasted;
And fried, and boiled, and smoked, and roasted,
We treat the town.

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PUBLIC II BARY

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ASTOR, LENOX AND

TILDEN FRUNDATIONS

1440

District of New-York, ss.

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E IT REMEMBERED, that on the twenty-first day of January, in the thirty-eighth year of the Independence of the United States of America, DAVID LONGWORTH, of the said District, hath deposited in this office the title of a book, the right whereof he claims as proprietor, in the words following, to wit:

Salmagundi; or, the whim-whams and opinions of Launcelot Langstaff, esq. and others.

In hoc est hoax, cum quiz et jokesez,

Et smokem, toastem, roastem folke'sez,
Fee, faw, fum.

Psalmanazar.

With baked, and broiled, and stewed, and toasted,

And fried, and boiled, and smoked, and roasted,

We treat the town.

A new and improved edition, with tables of contents, and a copious index.

In conformity to the Act of the Congress of the United States, entitled "AnAct for the encouragement of Learning, by securing the Copies of Maps, Charts, and Books, to the authors and proprietors And also to an of such copies, during the time therein mentioned.

Act, entitled" an Act, supplementary to an Act, entitled an Act for the encouragement of Learning, by securing the copies of Maps, Charts, and Books, to the authors and proprietors of such copies, during the times therein mentioned, and extending the benefits thereof to the arts of designing, engraving, and etching historical and other prints."

THERON Rudd,

Clerk of the New-York District.

J. Seymour, printer, 49 John-street.

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NO. 1. Editor's advertisement,

Publisher's Notice,

Introduction to the work,

Theatrics-by Will Wizard,

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New-York Assembly-by A. Ever-

green,

NO. 2. Launcelot Langstaff's account of his

friends,

Mr. Wilson's concert-by A. Ever-

green,

NO. 3. Account of Mustapha Rub-a-dub Ke-
li Khan,

Letter from Mustapha Rub-a-dub

Keli Khan, to Asem Hacchem,
Fashions-by A. Evergreen,

Fashionable morning-dress for walk-

ing,

The progress of Salmagundi,
Poetical proclamation--from the mill
of Pindar Cockloft, esq.

NO. 4. Some account of Jeremy Cockloft
the younger,

Memorandums for a tour to be enti-
tled "The Stranger in New-Jer-
sey, or, Cockney travelling"--by
Jeremy Cockloft the younger,

NO. 5. Introduction to a letter from Musta-
pha Fub-a-dub Keli Khan,

Letter from Mustapha to Abdallah
Eb'n al Rahab,

Account of Will Wizard's expedi-
tion to a modern ball--by A. Ever-
green,

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Poetical epistle to the Ladies-from
the mill of Pindar Cockloft, esq. 119

CONTENTS OF VOL. i.

NO. 6. Account of the family of the Cock-

lofts,

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Theatrics--by William Wizard, esq.
NO. 7. Letter from Mustapha Rub-a-dub
Keli Khan, to Asem Hacchem,
Poetical account of ancient times-
from the mill of Pindar Cockloft,
esq.

Notes on the above, by W. Wizard,

esq.

Pagè

125

141

153

167

171

NO. 8. Anthony Evergreen's account of his
friend Langstaff,

175

187

197

203

On style--by William Wizard, esq.
The editors and the public,

NO. 9. Account of Miss Charity Cockloft,
From the elbow chair of the author,
Letter from Rub-a-dub Keli Khan
to Asem Hacchem,

Poetry, from the mill of PindarCock-

loft, esq.

NO. 10. Introduction to the number,

Letter from Demi Semiquaver to
Launcelot Langstaff, esq.

Note, by the publisher.

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