The life of Mr. John Van

Publication Date1757
Remaindera clergyman's son, of Woody, in Hampshire. Being A Series of many extraordinary Events, and surprizing Vicissitudes: In which are shewn, among a great Number of singular and merry Occurrences, his Entrance into the Army as a Trooper; his Bravery against the Rebels; his Marriage with an Heiress of eight hundred Pounds a Year, at St. Ive's in Huntingdonshire; his Conduct in High Life; his Favours from Fortune, and Reduction to Poverty. Written by his Friend and Acquaintance, G. S. Green. In two volumes. ...
Publisherprinted for Francis Noble, at Otway's Head, in King-Street Covent-Garden; and John Noble, at Dryden's Head, in St. Martin's Court, near Leicester-Square



MoEML Location(s)

Sun Dec 10 23:14:23 CST 2023