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The Whitsun-tide ramble: Or, Great news from Hornsey Cave, and likewise the humours that was acted at Cane-Wood, Cupit's-Gardens, Sping-Gardens, the Bear-Garden, Chelsea, Hyde-Park, Deptford, St. James's-Park and Islington; with a full and true account of a terrible slaughter that was made on stuff-beef and gammon of bacon, in most victualling houses thro'out London. Together with the Beau's frolick, from the Devil to the play-house.

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[1720?]
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London : sold by Edward Midwinter, [1720?]

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8p. ; 80.

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ESTC T223836

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