Lobcocks and Fartleberries: 18th-Century Insults to Confound Your Foes Paperback – 4 Oct 2010
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'For those with an interest in obscure swear words, be it a wordsmith or someone just wanting to expand the more vulgar side of their vocabulary, this is a great little book, and just the right size for pockets and easy referencing.'(San Francisco Book Review (USA))
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Captain Francis Grose, an elected fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, travelled extensively throughout the British Isles and featured in several of Robert Burns' poems. He died in Dublin of an apoplectic fit in 1791.
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