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Esquire Hush, an eminent citizen of Fickleborough,
The Present State of Fairy-Land (London: T. Warner, 1713).


The Present| STATE| OF| FAIRY-LAND.| In several LETTERS from| Esquire HUSH,| An Eminent Citizen of FICKLEBOROUGH.| To the KING of| SLAVE-ONIA.| [rule]| LONDON:| Printed for T. Warner near Lud-|gate, 1713.| (Price 6 d.)


titlepage/ p.5-48/ 4.


{L: 101.d.61}.

Bibliographical Reference

W. H. McBurney (1960), p.24: 64.

History of Publication

Provoked: The Testimonies of several Citizens of Fickleborough, in the Kingdom of Fairy-Land (London: J. Morphew, 1713).link


Collection of satirical letters without narrative cohesion or developing plot. The The Testimonies of Several Citizens of Fickleborough (London: J. Morphew, 1713), which appeared as an answer, offer a number of statements by different citicens all attacking the author of the satirical letters.