The visions of Sir Heister Ryley: with other entertainments

Publication Date1711
RemainderConsisting of two hundred discourses and letters representing, by way of image and description, the characters of vertue, beauty, affectation, love and passion; the agreeableness of wit, truth and honour, made conspicuous by morals. As also scenes of the birth of nature, the sudden turns of fortune, the madness of domestick contests, the humours of the town, and the false arts of life, both of human and irrational beings, trac'd thro' all their intricate mazes
PublisherPrinted for the author, and sold by Mrs. Sympson at the Autilope in King-street, Westminster, mercer; Mr. Seddon at the Spring-Clock, Pall-Mall, near St. James's Palace; Mr. Robinson a Toy-Shop at the Golden Perriwig, Charing-Cross; Mrs. Cary at the Lamb, Russel-street, Covent-Garden, Hosier; Mr. Heaton a Slop-Shop next door to the Crown in White-Lion-Street, near the Seven Dials; Mr. Carter a cabinet-maker at the Corner of Newturn-Stile, Holbourn; Mr. Haselfoot the Corner of Foster-Lane, Cheapside, mercer; Mr. Cole Hosier at the Black Lion over against the Royal-Exchange, Cornhill; Mr. Smith Millener right against St. Botolph's Church, Bishopsgate; Mr. Walpool at the Unicorn in the Minories near Aldgate, stationer; Mr. Walker stationer near the May-Pole, East-Smithfield; Mr. Lacy at the Golden Lion in the borough of Southwark, stationer, and Mr. Bowden a Toy-shop the first house in Chancery-Lane next Fleet-street


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