The progress of a rake

Publication Date1732
Remaindershewing The Various intrigues and dangers he met with; under the following Heads. I. His Intrigue with a certain City-Lady, and the Trick she contrived to gratify her Desires. II. His Adventures with the Whores in Drury-Lane, and the Comical Trick that was serv'd the Informers. III. The History of a certain Councellor noted for a good Stomach. IV. His Intrigue with a Butcher's Wife; his Quarrel with a young Officer, and the Duel thereupon. V. The Treatment he met with at a Conventicle. VI. His Intrigue with a Dutchess; the Trick he play'd the Merchants at Garraway's. And several other Entertaining Passages and Occurrences. To which is prefixed, by way of Introduction, A Poem, called The Rakes Night
Publisherprinted for N. Cox, Bookseller, under the Middle-Piazza, near Mr. Hogarth's, Covent-Garden; and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster



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