The comical pilgrim; or, travels of a cynick philosopher, thro' the most wicked parts of the world, namely, England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and Holland. with His Merry Observations on the English Stage, Gaming-Houses, Poets, Beaux, Women, Courtiers, Politicians, and Plotters. Welsh Clergy, Gentry, and Customs. Scotch Manners, Religion, and Lawyers. Irish Ceremonies in their Marriages, Christenings, and Burials. And Dutch Government, Polity, and Trade. Being a general satyr on the vices and follies of the age.
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London : printed for S. Briscoe, at the Bell Savage, Ludgate-Hill, and the Sun against John's Coffee-House Swithin's-Alley, Cornhill, 1722.
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