Catalog Record: The Court and city vagaries. The tell-tale. Entertainments of gallantry | Hathi Trust Digital Library


The Court and city vagaries. The tell-tale. Entertainments of gallantry. With a new introd. for the Garland ed. by Josephine Grieder.

Related Names: Philologus pseud.
Language(s): English
Published: New York, Garland Pub., 1973.
Subjects: English fiction > 18th century
Note: discours'd, by a society of persons of quality ... London, Printed for John Morphew ... 1712.
Facsim. reprint of three works. Original t.p. of the 1st work published 1711? reads: The court and city vagaries, or intrigues of both sexes. Written by one of the fair sex. London, Printed and sold by J. Baker ... Original t.p. of the 2d reads: The tell-tale; or the invisible witness: being the secret observations of Philologus upon the private actions of human life. ... London, Printed for A. Baldwin ... 1711. Original t.p. of the 3d reads: Entertainments of gallantry, or remedies for love. Familiarly
Physical Description: 9, 52, 67, 88 p. 22 cm.
ISBN: 0824005309
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