Joe Miller's Jest Book
by Mark Lemon
Publisher: Hurst & Co.
Number of pages: 292
An immense collection of the funniest jokes, quaint and laughable anecdotes, mirth provoking stories, brilliant witticisms, and queer sayings. Here are over seventeen hundred jokes from the 1800's. The Jest Book was first published in 1864 and reprinted several times.
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by Jerome K. Jerome
This is a story of three Englishman who pile into a boat with food, clothes, and a fox terrier and set off on the Thames to see the English countryside. The book is today considered one of the funniest books in the English language.
by Edward John Hardy - T Fisher Unwin
We strongly recommend this book as one of the best of wedding presents. It is a complete handbook to an earthly Paradise, and its author may be regarded as the Murray of Matrimony and the Baedeker of Bliss. Admirably written volume.
by Ellie Bishop - Booktrope
A hilarious guide to the art of taking sick leave when you really need it. Filled with symptoms and prescriptions for common illnesses and proper stage-setting techniques, you'll have a pool of credible excuses just waiting to be used.
by Eric Landa - Smashwords
This first book contains five thousand jokes from a variety of sources from both famous and ordinary people. Hopefully they'll bring a smile to your face, a grin to your mouth and maybe make your fingers scratch your head every now and then ...