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Vim and Ventures of Bolivar Hornet (The Alabama Doctor), with the Advice and Consent of David Rattlehead, M.D....
1886
 

Southbridge Journal, Extra. Southbridge, May 17, 1864, [Caption title.] Narrow sm. 4to. broadside, with portrait.
1864
 

A New Game for Evening Amusement. When played upon one as yet uninitiated into the mysteries, is calculated to afford "endless laughter." [Caption title]. Large 8vo. broadside. Large typographical border, with substantial margins (piece lacking from left margin).
1860
 

Prison Bill of Fare, by a Prisoner of War, Composed, Written and Spoken at the Exhibition of the "Prisoners of War Dramatic Association" Richmond, Va. Nov. 8, 1861. [Caption title.] Broadside in two columns, with typographical borders.
1861
 

“The Kossuth Hat and the Shortboys on New-Year’s Eve” [Caption title]. Colored lithograph, 7-7/8” X 11-1/8”. Sheet toned, some marginal stains and creases. Good+.
1850
 

A Mess of Salmagundi, for Modern Laughing Philosophers: Consisting of the Most Admired Anecdotes, Bon Mots, and Modern Approved Songs. Compiled by Smellfungus and Mundungus, Descendants of the Risible Deities.
1817
 

Letter from a Young Wife (M.A. Derby? of George Horatio Derby) to "Dear Mother". San Francisco. September 2, 1855. No cover. 9 x 11.25 inches, folded, 4 pp. Sepia ink, very slight tear at fold.
1855
 

A BECKETT, GILBERT A The Comic Blackstone. Part I--Of the Rights of Persons.
1844
 

ABBOTT, BENJAMIN, AU Cone Cut Corners: the Experiences of a Conservative Family in Fanatical Times; Involving Soem Account of a Connecticut Village, the People Who Lived In It, and Those Who Came There from the City. By Benauly [pseud.].
1855
 

ABBOTT, L.A. Seven Wives and Seven Prisons: or Experiences in the Life of a Matrimonial Monomaniac. A True Story, Written by Himself.
1870
 

ADAMS, FRANCIS C. The Life and Adventures of Maj. Roger Sherman Potter: Together with an Accurate and Exceedingly Interesting Account of His Great Achievements in Politics, Diplomacy, and War...Illustrated by Huber....By Pheleg van Trusedale...
1858
 

ADLER, C.A. The Man in the Moon, and Moonshine in General. Lecture delivered for the benefit of the Charitable Fuel Society...
1851
 

ALSOP, RICHARD. The Echo.
1807
 

ALSOP, RICHARD. The Echo.
1807
 

ANON. Brudder Bones' "4-11-44" Joker. Containing a Jolly Lot of Sable Conundrums, Ethiopian Jokes, Burnt Cork Comicalities and Darkey Dialogues.
1897
 

ANON. The American Joe Miller. With Humorous Illustrations.
1841
 

ANON. The Adventures of Uncle Sam, in Search After His Lost Honor. By Frederick Augustus Fidfaddy, Esq. [pseud.] Member of the Legion of Honor, Scratch-etary to Uncle Sam and Privy Counsellor to Himself.
1816
 

ANON. The Adventures of Uncle Sam, in Search After His Lost Honor. By Frederick Augustus Fidfaddy, Esq. [pseud.] Member of the Legion of Honor, Scratch-etary to Uncle Sam and Privy Counsellor to Himself.
1816
 

ANON. The Adventures of Uncle Sam, in Search After His Lost Honor. By Frederick Augustus Fidfaddy, Esq. [pseud.] Member of the Legion of Honor, Scratch-etary to Uncle Sam and Privy Counsellor to Himself.
1816
 

ANON. Apican Morsels; or, Tales of the Table, Kitchen, and Larder: Containing a New and Improved Code of Eatics...Illustrating the Veritable Science of the Mouth; which includes the Art of Never Breakfasting at Home...By Dick Humelbergius Secundus (pseud.).
1829
 

ANON. Wit and Incident; or, a Choice Collection of Anecdotes and Incidents, with Occasional Sentiments...Preceded by an Essay, Introduction, and Index; and followed by addenda of Amusing Humor.
1853
 

ANON. Letters of Major Jack Downing, of the Downingville Militia.
1865
 

ANON. Humorist's Own Book: A Cabinet of Original and Selected Anecdotes, Bon Mots, Sports of Fancy, and Traits of Character...
1833
 

ANON. Apican Anecdotes; or, Tales of the Table, Kitchen, and Larder: Containing a New and Improved Code of Eatics...Illustrating the Veritable Science of the Mouth; which includes the Art of Never Breakfasting at Home...By Dick Humelbergius Secundus (pseud.).
1836
 

ANON. The Scrap Book; A Selection of Humorous Stories, Interesting Fables, and Authentic Anecdotes.
1836
 

ANON. The Boys of New York. Stump Speaker. Containing a Varied Assortment of Stump Speeches Negro, Dutch and Irish. Also End Men's Jokes. Just the Thing for Home Amusement and Amateur Shows.
1902
 

BALDWIN, JOSEPH G. The Flush Times of Alabama and Mississippi. A Series of Sketches.
1853
 

BIGELOW, JACOB. Brief Expositions of Rational Medicine: to which is prefixed The Paradise of Doctors, a Fable.
1858
 

BLACKWOOD, HELEN SEL Lispings from Low Latitudes, or Extracts from the Journal of the Hon. Impulsia Gushington.
1863
 

BRANNAN, WILLIAM F. The Harp of a Thousand Strings; with an Autobiography of the Author, Jabez Flint. By Vandyke Browne.
1865
 

BROWNE, CHARLES FARR Artemus Ward His Travels. Part I.-Miscellaneous. Part II.-Among the Mormons. With Comic Illustrations by Mullen.
1865
 

BROWNE, CHARLES FARR Artemus Ward. His Book. With Many Comic Illustrations.
1865
 

BUTLER, WILLIAM ALLE Nothing to Wear: an Episode of City Life. (From Harper's Weekly.)
1857
 

CLEMENS, S.L. Punch, Brothers, Punch! and Other Sketches. By Mark Twain.
1878
 

CLEMENS, S.L. Information Wanted And Other Sketches by Mark Twain.
1876
 

COMUS pseud.. The Feast of Wit, or Frolic of Laught[er;] Containing the Most Admired Anecdotes and Songs. By Comus, the God of Laughter.
1821
 

COOPER, GEORGE Compi Cooper's Yankee, Italian and Hebrew Dialect Readings and Recitations.
1891
 

FESSENDEN, THOMAS G. Terrible Tractoration, and Other Poems, by Christopher Caustic, M.D. Fourth American Edition. To which is prefixed Caustic's Wooden Booksellers and Miseries of Authorship.
1837
 

HAMMETT, SAMUEL ADAM Sam Slick in Texas; or, the Piney Woods Tavern. By the Author of "A Stray Yankee."
1857
 

HAZARD, WILLIS P. Comic History of the United States. Pictorial History of the United States in Which Many Facts are Given, Not to be Found in Any Other Book. By Herod Otis [pseud.], Commonly Called "The Father of History." With Many Illustrations, not by Leech or Cruikshank.
1861
 

HAZLITT, WILLIAM. Lectures on the English Comic Writers....
1819
 

HOLLEY, H.W. The Heggensville Papers. A Collection of Articles...appertaining to te Founding, Cultivation, Growth...of the City of Heggensville."
1886
 

HOPKINS. LIVINGSTON. A Comic History of the United States. Copiously Illustrated by the Author from Sketches Taken at a Safe Distance.
1880
 

HOWE, SOLOMON, Print The Gray Mare. Or Johnny, the Miller, and Beautiful Kate. [Caption title]. Broadside, 7.5" x 8.5." Verse printed in two columns with woodcut at title.
1838
 

JOHNSTON, D.C. Scraps No. 1. 1849. New Series.
1849
 

JOHNSTON, D.C. The Galaxy of Wit: or Laughing Philosopher. Being a Collection of Choice Anecdotes, Many of which Originated in or about "The Literary Emporium." In Two Volumes [in one].
1830
 

JOHNSTON, D.C. The Galaxy of Wit: or Laughing Philosopher. Being a Collection of Choice Anecdotes, Many of which Originated in or about "The Literary Emporium." In Two Volumes [in one].
1827
 

JOHNSTON, D.C. Phrenology Exemplied and Illustrated, with Upwards of Forty Etchings: Being Scraps No. 7, for the Year 1837. (Second Edition.)
1836
 

LANDON, MELVILLE D. Wit and Humor of the Age Comprising Wit, Humor, Pathos, Ridicule, Satires, Dialects, Puns...by Mark Twain, Josh Billings, Robt. J. Burdette, Alex. Sweet...
1891
 

LANDON, MELVILLE D. Wit and Humor of the Age Comprising Wit, Humor, Pathos, Ridicule, Satires, Dialects, Puns...by Mark Twain, Josh Billings, Robt. J. Burdette, Alex. Sweet...
1883
 

LENDERMAN. Lenderman's Thousand Characters and Ten Thousand Practical Facts from Common Life...Vol. I, No. 3.[Wrapper title].
1860
 

LEWIS, DIO. Dio Lewis' Monthly for Jolly Folks. Vol. I, # 1.
1881
 

LONGMAN, IRWIN How To Be Witty or Old Saws with New Teeth. Illustrated by W.T. Longman
1886
 

LONGSTREET, AUGUSTUS Georgia Scenes, Characters, Incidents, &c., in the First Half Century of the Republic. By a Native Georgian. Second Edition. With Original Illustrations.
1840
 

LONGSTREET, AUGUSTUS Georgia Scenes, Characters, Incidents, &c., in the First Half Century of the Republic. By a Native Georgian. Second Edition. With Original Illustrations.
1840
 

LONGSTREET, AUGUSTUS Georgia Scenes, Characters, Incidents, &c., in the First Half Century of the Republic. By a Native Georgian. Second Edition [sic]. With Original Illustrations.
1840
 

MACK, DOCTOR EBENEZE The Cat-Fight; a Mock Heroic Poem. Supported with Copious Extracts from Ancient and Modern Classic Authors....Illustrated with Five Engravings, Designed and Executed by D.C. Johnston, of Philadelphia...
1824
 

MCCLURE, A. WILSON. Lectures on Ultra-Universalism.
1832
 

MCCLURE, A. WILSON. Lectures on Ultra-Universalism.
1838
 

McLAUGHLIN, J. FAIRF The American Cyclops, the Hero of New Orleans, and Spoiler of Silver Spoons. Dubbed LL.D. By Pasquino.
1868
 

MORRIS, GEORGE P. The Little Frenchman and His Water Lots, with Other Sketches of the Times. With Etchings by Johnson [!].
1839
 

NORTHALL, DR. W.K. E Life and Recollections of Yankee Hill: Together with Anecdotes and Incidents of His Travels.
1850
 

RASCALL, A. GT. A Gr Notice. Great Sale at Auction. The Subscriber, having used up all his old customers, and finding that he can no longer get a decent living here by duping the people, has determined to quit these diggings, and go to parts where he is unknown....[Caption title & partial text]. Broadside, 10" x 8".
1843
 

ROBB, JOHN S. Streaks of Squatter Life, and Far-West Scenes. A Series of Humorous Sketches Descriptive of Incidents and Character and the Wild West....
1847
 

SHELTON, FREDERICK W The Trollopiad; or, Travelling Gentlemen in America. A Satire, by Nil Admirari, Esq.
1837
 

TAYLOR, JOSEPH. A Fast Life on the Modern Highway; Being a Glance into the Railroad World from a New Point of View. With Numerous Illustrations.
1874
 

TUFTS, JOSEPH Don Quixots at College, or, a History of the Gallant Adventures Lately Achieved by the Combined Students of Harvard University; interspersed with some facetious reasonings. By a Senior
1807
 

TYLER, ELNATHAN B. "Wooden Nutmegs" at Bull Run. A Humorous Account of Some of the Exploits and Experiences of the Three Months Connecticut Brigade, and the Part They Bore in the National Stampede. By Frinkle Fry [pseud.].
1872
 

WEEMS, M.L. The Drunkard's Looking-Glass; Being a Faithful Likeness of the Drunkard, in Sundry Very Interesting Attitudes....Sixth Edition, Greatly Improved.
1818
 

WEEMS, MASON L. God's Revenge Against Adultery, Awfully Exemplified in the Following Cases if American Crim. Con....Third Edition.
1818
 

WEEMS, MASON L. God's Revenge Against Murder; Or the Drown'd Wife, A Tragedy, Lately Performed...by Ned Findley, Esquire...
1808
 

WEEMS, MASON L. God's Revenge Against Murder; Or the Drown'd Wife, A Tragedy, Lately Performed...by Ned Findley, Esquire...
1808
 

WILLARD, FRANCES E. A Wheel Within a Wheel. How I Learned to Ride the Bicycle with Some Reflections by the Way
1895
 

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