Who runs next: or, the Lord B--- ---e's confession. Found in his closet since his departure for France. Faithfully publish'd from the original. Also ... to the Earl of Mortimer, M----w P----r, Esq.
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Publisher: Gale ECCO, Print Editions (17 Sept. 2010)
By: See Notes Multiple Contributors (Author)
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<:Notes>:Includes: 'Harry Gambol's confession', 'An epistle to Dr. Sw---t' (a verse satire in the form of a letter from Matthew Prior to Jonathan Swift) and 'An ode to the Pretender' (by Francis Reynardson). Each has its own pagination.
<:imprintFull>:London : printed for A. Dodd, 1715. <:collation>:,6,3-16,13,p. : 8°:
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