The Young gentleman's agreeable companion

Publication Date1793
RemainderContaining an excellent and genteel collection of songs, selected from the most popular productions of the day. Among which are favourite songs sung this season, at the most celebrated places of amusement; particularly Vauxhall, Sadler's-wells, Royal-Grove, Anacreontic Society, Beef-Steak Club, Theatre-Royal, &c. Including the songs in the pirates, Just in time, Hartford-Bridge, Prisoner, at large, &c. Accompanied with some humourous stories; and a judicious collection of toasts and sentiments, intended as an entertaining repository. To which is added, the mental accountant. A work of great benefit to young gentlemen. merchants, and tradesmen, as an assistant to conduct Business, without a pen. A work well recommended by the monthly and other reviewers and further to amuse and instruct, a collection of witty and ingenious Enigmas, charades, &c. with their answers
Extent72+ p., [1] folded leaf of plates
LocationLondon
PublisherPrinted for G. Robbin's, near Temple-Bar

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