A History of the Customs, Manners, and Religion, of the Moon. To Which Are Annexed, Several Specimens of Lunar Poetry; and the Characters of the Most Distinguished Personages

TitleA History of the Customs, Manners, and Religion, of the Moon. To Which Are Annexed, Several Specimens of Lunar Poetry; and the Characters of the Most Distinguished Personages
Year for Search1782
Pagination153 pp.
Date Published1782
PublisherPtd. by John Hillary
Place PublishedDublin, Ireland
Annotation

Satire on education, religion, women, customs and manners, law, and courtship. Elements of a Cockaigne; for example, the delicious Bread-melon comes to maturity in an hour and when picked is instantly replaced, and the cup of Lilly-wine refills as soon as it is emptied.

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CtY, Trinity

Full Text

1782 A History of the Customs, Manners, and Religion, of the Moon. To Which Are Annexed, Several Specimens of Lunar Poetry; and the Characters of the Most Distinguished Personages. Dublin, Ireland: Ptd. by John Hillary. 153 pp. CtY, Trinity

Satire on education, religion, women, who have no souls, customs and manners, law, and courtship. Elements of a Cockaigne; for example, the delicious Bread-melon comes to maturity in an hour and when picked is instantly replaced, and the cup of Lilly-wine refills as soon as it is emptied.