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A walk to Smith-field: or, a true discription of the humours of Bartholomew-fair, with the many comical intrigues and frolicks that are acted in every particular booth in the fair, by persons of all ages and sexes, from the court gallant to the countrey clown: with the old droll-players lamentation for the loss of their yearly revenues; being very pleasant and deverting [sic].
Reasons formerly published for the punctual limiting of Bartholomew Fair to those three days to which it is determined by the Royal Grant of it to the city of London. Now Reprinted with Additions, to prevent a Design set on Foot to procure an Establishment of the said Fair for Fourteen Days. Humbly Addressed To the present Right Honourable the Lord-Mayor, to the Worshipful Court of Aldermen, and to the Common Council of the said City.
- Printed in the Year, 1711