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    The eleventh edition 1799
    Title: The Tricks of London laid open
    Subtitle: Being a true caution to both sexes, in town and country; Containing I. A general reflection on the town, with a description of the present state of it. II. A dissuasive against idleness; with the character of a sot. III. The character of a beau and gamester. IV. The Humours, customs, and tricks of the play-house, are discovered, and exposed. V. The tricks of cockers cock matches, and the cheats of horse races and foot matches are discovered. VI. The villany of money droppers is exposed, and the roguish methods they take to impose on countrymen. VII. The tricks of bawds and whores are detected, with a description of a bawdy house, and the art of tapping. VIII. The character of a bully, setter, and spunger. IX. Particular observations and reflections upon several distinct occurrences of the town, &c. &c. &c
    Other title(s): Tricks of the town laid open.
    Edition: The eleventh edition
    Publisher(s): London : Printed by T. Sabine and son, 81, Shoe Lane, Fleet Street
    Document type: Online Resource
    Parallel edition(s): Online-Ressource (2 [i.e.72]p.,plate)
    Farmington Hills, Mich : Cengage Gale, 2009
    Place sec. publ.: Farmington Hills, Mich
    Publisher sec. publ.: Cengage Gale
    Year sec. publ.: 2009
    Series sec. publ.: Eighteenth Century Collections Online
    Footnote: English Short Title Catalog, T226199. - Reproduction of original from British Library
    Footnote: Erscheinungsjahr in Vorlageform:[1799?]
    Link(s): Fulltext
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  • 2
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    Online Resource
    The seventh edition, with considerable improvements 1785
    Title: The tricks of London laid open
    Subtitle: being a true caution to both sexes in town and country. I. A General Reflection on the Town, with a Description of the present State of it. II. A Dissuasive against Idleness, with the Character of a Sot. III. The Character of a Beau and a Gamester. IV. The Humours, Customs, and Tricks of the Playhouse, are discovered and exposed. V. The Tricks of Cockers, Cock Matches, and the Cheats of Horse-Races and Foot Matches are discovered. VI. The Villainy of Money droppers is exposed, and the roguish Methods they take to impose on Countrymen. Vii. The Tricks of Bawds and Whores are detected, with a Description of a Bawdy House, and the Art of Trapping. Viii. The Character of a Bully, Setter, and Spunger. IX. Particular Observations and Reflections upon several distinct Occurrences of the Town, &c. &c
    Other title(s): Tricks of the town laid open.
    Edition: The seventh edition, with considerable improvements
    Publisher(s): London : printed by T. Sabine, No. 81, Shoe Lane
    Document type: Online Resource
    Physical description: ill
    Parallel edition(s): Online-Ressource ([2],74p)
    Farmington Hills, Mich : Cengage Gale, 2009
    Place sec. publ.: Farmington Hills, Mich
    Publisher sec. publ.: Cengage Gale
    Year sec. publ.: 2009
    Series sec. publ.: Eighteenth Century Collections Online
    Footnote: Braces in imprint. - English Short Title Catalog, T125463. - Price from imprint: price Six-Pence. - Reproduction of original from British Library. - Titlepage in red and black
    Footnote: Erscheinungsjahr in Vorlageform:[1785?]
    Link(s): Fulltext
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    The sixth edition with considerable improvements 1785
    Title: The tricks of London laid open
    Subtitle: being, a true caution to both sexes in town and country. I. A General Reflection on the Town, with a Description of the present State of it. II. A Disswasive against Idleness, with the Character of a Sot. III. The Character of a Beau and a Gamester. IV, The Humours, Customs and Tricks of the Play-House, are discover'd and expos'd. V. The tricks of Cockers, Cock matches, and the Cheats of Horse-Races and Foot-Matches are discover'd VI. The villainy of money-dropper is expos'd, and the roguish methods they take to impose on country-men. VII. The Tricks of Bawds and Whores are detected, with a Description of a Bawdy house, and the art of Trapping. VIII. The Character of a Bully, Setter, and Spunger. IX. Particular Observations and Reflections upon several distinct occurrences of the Town
    Other title(s): Tricks of the town laid open.
    Edition: The sixth edition with considerable improvements
    Publisher(s): London : printed by T. Sabine, (no. 17) in Little New-Street, Shoe-Lane, Fleet-Street; where Printing is Performed at the Letter Press, and off Copper Plate, on the most reasonable Terms, and with Expedition
    Document type: Online Resource
    Physical description: ill
    Parallel edition(s): Online-Ressource (56p)
    Farmington Hills, Mich : Cengage Gale, 2009
    Place sec. publ.: Farmington Hills, Mich
    Publisher sec. publ.: Cengage Gale
    Year sec. publ.: 2009
    Series sec. publ.: Eighteenth Century Collections Online
    Footnote: English Short Title Catalog, T181956. - First published in 1728 as 'The tricks of the town laid open'. - Price from imprint: price Six-Pence. - Reproduction of original from Bodleian Library (Oxford)
    Footnote: Erscheinungsjahr in Vorlageform:[1785?]
    Link(s): Fulltext
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