|Title:||The farthingale reviv'd: or, more work for the cooper. A panegyrick on the late, but most admirable invention of the hoop-petticoat: written at the Bath in the year 1711.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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The farthingale reviv'd: or, more work for the cooper. A panegyrick on the late, but most admirable invention of the hoop-petticoat: written at the Bath in the year 1711.
[London]: Sold by John Baker in Pater-noster-Row., 1711.
Clothing and dress -- Social aspects -- Early works to 1800.
The Farthingale Reviv'd: OR, More Work for the Cooper. A PANEGYRICK on the late, but most admirable Invention of the HOOP-PETTICOAT: Written at the Bath in the Year 1711.