The Midnight Rambler

The Midnight Rambler

Or, New Nocturnal Spy, for the Present Year. Containing A Complete Description of the Modern Transactions of London and Westminster, From the Hours of Nine in the Evening, Till Six in the Morning. Exhibiting Great Variety Of Midnight Scenes and Adventures In Real Life, Both Serious And Comic: Wherein Are Displayed The Various Humours and Transactions of the Different Inhabitants of the Metropolis - From the Duke in High, Down to the Cobler in Low Life - and From the Dutchess in St. James's, Down to the Oyster Woman at Billingsgate, &c. &c. Illustrated With Real Characters, and Whimsical Anecdotes, Of Several Votaries of Bacchus and Venus, From the First-Rate Bucks, Bloods, and Filles De Joye, Down to Those in More Humble Stations; as Well as Those in More Deplorable Conditions, Whose Utmost Prospects Are Through the Bars of A Prison. Also the Characters of Gaolers, Round-House Keepers, Mercenary Beadles, Reforming Constables, &c. &c

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Publisher: London : printed for J. Cooke, at Shakespear's-Head, Pater-Noster Row, [1772?]
Characteristics: [4],152p.,plate ; 12⁰


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