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Context of A trip through London : containing observations on men and things. Viz. An account of the vast number of foreigners yearly imported. How Wales sends more Footmen than Gentlemen to London. Why the Streets and Highways in the City and Liberty of Westminster, are kept in no better Repair. Of a Foreign Minister's protecting more broken Shop-Keepers in the Bills of Mortality, than his Master has Subjects in his Dominions. Character of a well bred Lady; or, a Wife of Mode. Votes Schemes and Designs of the Irish Society of Affidavit-Makers and Fortune-Hunters, for the Year 1728. Dr. F----d villify'd by the Upholders Company: His Practice the ruin of their Business. A Reason why most Beaus are Blockheads, and Poetry and Poverty inseperable Companions. Of a Christmas Entertainment at the House of a High Church Citizen in Farringdon Ward. An Essay towards proving Little Britain to be a part of his Majesty's Dominions, in Opposition to the Principles and Practices of many of the Nonjuring and Popish Inhabitants. Of an honest Protestant Ald-n's proposing to Insure the Church, State and Trade, of the three Kingdoms, against the utmost Efforts of Sp--n R-me, H-ll, and the D-v-l, and the D. of Wh--t--n, for half a Crown: With many other Entertaining Matters, to which the Reader is referr'd, (electronic resource)
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