Friendly correspondences: or, Epistolary satyrs upon vertue and vice in several letters

Publication Date1707
Remainderunder the following heads, viz. I. Tom Brown's last letter to his witty friends and companions. II. A letter from a gentleman in London, to a friend in the country, concerning the publick affairs of this town. III. A letter from a reserv'd gentleman in the country, to an extravagant kinsman in town. IV. The young libertine's answer to his uncle. V. A letter from a high-church chapman in the country, to a low-church trader in town. VI. The low-church man's answer to his high-church chapman. VII. A letter from a Moorfields conjurer to a country astrologer. To which is added, pleasant, comical, and delightful predictions and observations upon every month, and every remarkable day throughout the whole year. By the author of the London-Spye.
Extent[4], 98 [i.e. 106] p
Publisherprinted; and sold by Benj. Bragge, at the Raven in Pater-Noster-Row





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