The history of the life and adventures of Mr. Duncan Campbell,
a gentleman, who tho' deaf and dumb, writes down any stranger's name at first sight: with their future contingencies of fortune. Now living in Exeter-Court over-against the Savoy in the Strand.
|Main Author:||Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.|
|Related Names:||Lettsom, John Coakley 1774-1815., Bond, William d. 1735., supposed author.|
London, Printed for E. Curll, and sold by W. Mears [etc.] 1720.
2d ed. cor.
Campbell, Duncan, /
Includes "A remarkable passage of an apparition 1665" (p.20-33) now ascribed to John Ruddle. cf. Notes & queries. 8th ser. v.8, p.221-223, 349-350; Defoe's Works ... with an introduction by G. H. Maynadier, v.4, p. xvi-xix.
Authorship disputed: probably by Defore, though ascribed also to William Bond under whose name it appeared in 1728, with new title: The supernatural philosopher: or, The mysteries of magick ... unfolded by William Bond. cf. Dict. nat. biog.; Camb. hist. Eng. lit. v.9; Dottias's "Daniel DeFoe et ses romans" (1924) p.261.
xix, , 33, 320 p.
front. (port.) 4 pl.
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