The fortunate country maid. Being the entertaining memoirs of the present celebrated Marchioness of L--- V----: who, from a cottage, Through a great Variety of Diverting Adventures, became a lady of the first quality in the court of France, By her steady Adherence to the Principles of Virtue and Honour. Wherein are displayed The various and vile Artifices employed by Men of Intrigue for seducing Young Women. With Suitable Reflections. From the French of the Chevalier de Mouhy. In two volumes. ...

Publication Date1767
Publisherprinted for J. Rivington, in St. Paul's Church-Yard; Hawes, Clarke, and Collins, and R. Baldwin, in Pater-Noster-Row; E. Johnson and B. Law, Ave-Mary Lane, R. Ware, on Ludgate-Hill; T. Lowndes and C. Corbett, in Fleet-Street


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