|Title:||Brutes turn'd criticks, or, Mankind moraliz'd by beasts in sixty satyrical letters upon the vices and follies of our age / written in Italian by Signiore Moscheni ; and now done into English with some improvements.|
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Brutes turn'd criticks, or, Mankind moraliz'd by beasts in sixty satyrical letters upon the vices and follies of our age / written in Italian by Signiore Moscheni ; and now done into English with some improvements.
Moscheni, Carlo., Savage, John, 1673-1747.
London: Printed for Daniel Dring ..., 1695.
|Alternate titles:||Lettere missive e responsive delle bestie. English|
Errata: prelim. p. .
Advertisement: p. - at end.
Translation of Lettere missive e responsive delle bestie.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
TO THO. COKE, Esq OF MELBOURN IN Darbyshire.
THE Author's Dedication TO THE ACADEMY OF THE CURIOUS.
Ad Dom. Advocatum. Carolum Moschenum.cademicum Apatistam Florentiae, Incultum Calii, Argonautam & Anhelantem Anconae, qui in com∣mune hominum bonum Librum scripsit, quo Mutuis Belluarum Coloquiis nostrae Aetatis vitia per∣stringit.
Ad Dominum Car. Moschenum, Egregios Libros edente
Alla Memoria Del Signiore Moscheni, Non meno Curioso che Savio Autore di questo Libretto. A Richiesta del Traduttore.
Ad Candidumordaces in Vitia Ho∣minum Pecudes ex Ita∣ico Sermone in Angli∣cum elegantissimè red∣dentem.
In Authoris Laudem
To his very Ingenious Friend, on the occasi∣on of his Translation, and Improvements of Letters of Beasts from the Italian.
TO THE INGENIOUS RANSLATOR.
To his Ingenious Friend the Translator.
To his Ingenious Friend, on his Translation of Moscheni.
LETTER I. Ʋpon Physick.
LETTER II. The Rhinoceros his Answer. Ʋpon the same.
LETTER III. The Cat to the Ass. Ʋpon the Law.
LETTER IV. The Ass's Answer. Ʋpon the same.
LETTER V. The Ant to the Toad. Ʋpon Trade.
LETTER VI. The Toad's Answer. A General Satyr.
LETTER VII. The Goat to the Pig. On the Prodigal.
LETTER VIII. The Pig's Answer. Ʋpon the Same.
LETTER IX. The Ferret to the Squirrel. Ʋpon Justice.
LETTER. X. The Squirrel's Answer. Ʋpon the same.
LETTER XI. The Camel to the Spaniel. Ʋpon Baylies.
LETTER XII. The Spaniel's Answer. Ʋpon Honour.
LETTER XIII. The Panther to the Tygre. Upon Preferment.
LETTER XIV. The Tygre's Answer. Ʋpon the same.
LETTER XV. The Dragon to the Badger. Ʋpon Historians.
LETTER XVI. The Badger's Answer. Ʋpon the same.
LETTER XVII. The Wolf to the Porcupine. Ʋpon Hypocrites.
LETTER XVIII. The Porcupine's Answer. Ʋpon News.
LETTER XIX. The Sheep to the Lamb. Ʋpon Poetry.
LETTER XX. The Lamb's Answer. Ʋpon the Mode.
LETTER XXI. The Buck to the Goat. Ʋpon Musicians.
LETTER XXII. The Goat's Answer. Ʋpon the same.
LETTER XXIII. The Hiena to the Dog. Ʋpon Detraction.
LETTER XXIV. The Dog's Answer. Ʋpon the Same.
LETTER XXV. The Camelion to the wild Boar. Ʋpon Courtiers.
LETTER XXVI. The wild Boar's Answer. Ʋpon the Same.
LETTER XXVII. The Unicorn to the Elk. Ʋpon Idleness.
LETTER XXVIII. The Elk's Answer. Ʋpon the Same.
LETTER XXIX. The Ape to the Fox. Ʋpon Favourites.
LETTER XXX. The Fox's Answer. Ʋpon Ambition.
LETTER XXXI. The Dog to the Horse. Ʋpon Ingratitude.
LETTER. XXXII. The Horse's Answer. Ʋpon the Same.
LETTER XXXIII. The Stag to the Wolf. Ʋpon Imprudence.
LETTER XXXIV. The Wolf's Answer. Ʋpon the same.
LETTER XXXV. The Viper to the Tortoise. A General Satyr.
LETTER XXXVI. The Tortoise's Answer. Ʋpon Presents.
LETTER XXXVII. The Lizard to the Scorpion. Ʋpon Fairs.
LETTER XXXVIII. The Scorpion's Answer. Ʋpon Eunuchs.
LETTER XXXIX. The Elephant to the Stellion. Ʋpon Governours.
LETTER XL. The Stellion's Answer. Ʋpon the same, &c.
LETTER XLI. The Hedge-hog to the Coney. Ʋpon Criticks.
LETTER XLII. The Coney's Answer. Ʋpon the same.
LETTER XLIII. The Adder to the Hare. Ʋpon Ʋpstarts.
LETTER XLIIII. The Hare's Answer. Ʋpon the same.
LETTER XLV. The Kid to the Hee-Goat. Ʋpon Travel.
LETTER. XLVI. The Hee-Goat's Answer. Ʋpon the same.
LETTER XLVII. The Bull to the Buffalo. Ʋpon Impotence.
LETTER XLVIII. The Buffaloe's Answer. Ʋpon Marriage.
LETTER XLIX. The Wolf to the Otter. Ʋpon Monopolizing.
LETTER L. The Otter's Answer. Ʋpon Titles.
LETTER LI. The Bear to the Red-Deer. Ʋpon Heraldry.
LETTER LII. The Red-Deer's Answer. Ʋpon Orthography.
LETTER LIII. The Ape to the Monkey. Ʋpon Curtezans.
LETTER LIV. The Monkey's Answer. Ʋpon Politicks.
LETTER LV. The Musk-Cat to the Linx. Ʋpon Dogmatists.
LETTER LVI. The Linx's Answer. Ʋpon Licencers.
LETTER LVII. The Ermin to the Weesel. Ʋpon Treachery.
LETTER LVIII. The Weesel's Answer. Ʋpon the Same.
LETTER LIX. The Bear to the Civit-Cat. Ʋpon Servants.
LETTER LX. The Civit-Cat's Answer. Ʋpon the same.
Books lately Printed for Daniel Dring, at the Harrow and Crown, near Clifford's Inn, in Fleet-street.