The Virtuous maid of the Inn: or, The entertaining history of Margaret Saunders, commonly called Pretty Peggy of Derby

Publication Date1790
RemainderContaining, I. An account of Peggy's family, and the misfortunes which befel them. II. Peggy's attachment to George Watson; their disappointment in their loves; he goes to Chester; she hires herself at an Inn. III. George sends her a letter; she answers it. IV. Peggy meets with many temptations, and is called Pretty Peggy of Derby. V. George's young mistress falls in love with him; he refuses her for the sake of Peggy. VI. Peggy continues at the Inn, is courted by Captain Wade, who is quartered there, and in love with her; she refuses him. VII. The Captain falls sick, leaves Derby, goes to Ireland, and there dies. VIII. Peggy writes to George, she lives with rich aunt. IX. George receives a letter from his father. X. George is out of his time, and comes to Derby. XI. George's father dies, as does Peggy's aunt, who leaves her a great fortune. XII. They are married, go to Chester, and live happy
PublisherPrinted for B. Talbot, in Rosemary-Lane, and sold by all booksellers in town and country

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