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The Epitaph-Writer

Title

The Epitaph-Writer
Consisting of upwards of six hundred original epitaphs, moral, admonitory, humorous, and satirical. Numbered, classed, and arranged, on a new plan. Chiefly designed for those who write or engrave inscriptions on tomb-stones. To which is prefixed, an essay on epitaph-writing

Creator

Bowden, John, 1751-1817.

Description

Pt. I. Contains general epitaphs of two and four lines each.--pt. II. Epitaphs on various characters and relations in life.--pt. III. Humorous and satirical epitaphs, designed as satires on vice and folly.

Source

UW-Milwaukee Libraries Special Collections

Publisher

Chester Eng. : Printed by J, Fletcher

Date

1791

Rights

It is the responsibility of the researcher to seek permission from the copyright holder to reproduce for publication.

Format

xxii, 160, [8] p.
18 cm.

Language

English

Identifier

(SPL) PN6291 B63

Files

epitaph1.jpg
epitaph2.jpg
epitaph3.jpg

Citation

Bowden, John, 1751-1817., “The Epitaph-Writer,” Digital Exhibits - UWM Libraries Special Collections, accessed December 18, 2017, http://liblamp.uwm.edu/omeka/SPC2/items/show/243.