The fortunes and misfortunes of the famous Moll Flanders

Publication Date1790
RemainderContaining, I. Her being born in Newgate, and manner of being brought up among gypsies, who left her to the care of the Parish of Colchester. II. Her being debauched at the age of eighteen by her lady's eldest son; and some time after married to his own brother, who dying left her with two children. III. Her marrying a rich planter, who took her to Virginia where his estate lay, and having a child by him; her discoursing with his mother one day, when she discovered it to her own mother also. IV. Her refusing to live in incest with him, and return to England. V. Her intrigue with a gentleman at Bath, by whom she had a son. VI. Her marriage in Lancashire with a gentleman, who proved to be an Irish fortune hunter VII. Her being detected in a robbery, trial at the Old Bailey, and transportation with her Lancashire husband. VIII. Arrival at Virginia, seeing her son by her own brother, growing rich, and dying penitent in the 77th year of her age
PublisherPrinted by T. Sabine, No. 81, Shoe Lane, Fleet Street


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