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'squire Randal's excursion round London: or, a week's frolic, in the year 1776. With the remarks of John Trusty. In a series of letters to their friends and bottle companions In the Country. Being a faithful Representation of Morning-Scenes, Noon-Scenes, and Night-Scenes -Adventures with the most extraordinary Characters, Male and Female -A Peep behind the Curtains of the Theatres-The Humours of different Parts of the Town-Pictures of High and Low Life-The Frolics of Midnight, &c. &c. &c. Forming a compleat Mirrour of the Mirth, Manners, Pleasures, and Passions of the Metropolis; and delineating the Designs, Arts, Seductions, and Mal-Practices of both Sexes, and of all Ranks in this great City. Illustrated with an humourous frontispiece.

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1777
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London : printed for Richardson and Urquhart, under the Royal-Exchange, 1777.

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xii,144p.,plate ; 12⁰.

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ESTC T140381

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