The new Covent-Garden register

Publication Date1783
Remainderbeing secret memoirs of some celebrated ladies of p******e of the present time. Containing a faithful history of the lives and characters of the most remarkable demireps and courtezans in the several neighbourhoods of promiscuous gallantry in this metropolis. Enriched with the choicest anecdotes of their intrigues-alamode, fortunate and unfortunate adventures, amours, humours, felicities, comforts, coquetry, mysteries, sacrifices, nocturnal revels, and various connections with many of their occasional and well-known admirers. And interspersed with several humourous and entertaining poetical dialogues and curtain lectures, ... To which is added, the very curious, profitable, ingenious, and new art of tormenting; a science which many persons have recourse to, as a source of relief and comfort, ... Embellished with an elegant frontispiece, representing, among other interesting particulars, a bagnio scene, Venus, Cupid, Hymen, a wedding, well-known characters in a tavern, a night scene in King's-Place, &c
Extentiv, 13-173, iii p., [1] leaf of plates
Publisherprinted for the proprietors, and sold by Joseph Harden, No. 16, Paternoster-Row, and by all other booksellers in town and country


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