A trip from St. James's to the Royal-Exchange. With remarks serious and diverting, on the manners, customs, and amusements of the inhabitants of London and Westminster. An Account of a City Entertainment in Christmas Holidays, with lively Conversation there. Wrangle between a Barrister at Law and a Foot-Soldier on the first Day of Term. Description of an Infant-Office, for letting out Children to Beggars. Proceedings of a Society of Affidavit-Men, Watch-Takers, &c The Management of Undertakers for Funerals; with their Method of getting Intelligence. Observations on the Behaviour of Maid-Servants, and Characters of several. Cavalcade from Newgate to Tyburn, with the Behaviour of Jailors and Prisoners. Modern Conversation at Coffee-Houses and Ordinaries. Ludgate, and its Inmates describ'd. The peculiar Talent of the City-Beaus, for Disputation. On the Antiquity of Lace Russles. On Constitution-Hill, St. James's-Park, and the Company there. Remarks on News-Writers, and their Works; with a sure Method of promoting the Sale of Pamphlets. &c. &c. &c

Publication Date1744
Publisherprinted for Edward Withers, at the Seven Stars, opposite Chancery-Lane in Fleet-Street; M. Cooper, in Pater-Noster-Row; and J. Jolliffe, in St. James's-Street

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