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Low-Life: or one half of the world, knows not how the other half live, being a critical account of what is transacted by people of almost all religions, nations, circumstances, and sizes of understanding, in the twenty-four hours, between Saturday-Night and Monday-Morning. In a true Description of a Sunday, As it is usually spent within the Bills of Mortality. Calculated for the Twenty-First of June. With an Address to the ingenious and ingenuous Mr. Hogarth.

  • Legg, Thomas, active 1755.
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London : printed for John Lever, at Little Moorgate, next London Wall, near Moorfields, [1764]

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viii,103,[1]p.,plate ; 8⁰.


The third edition.

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ESTC T114106



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