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The rambler’s magazine; or, The annals of gallantry, glee, pleasure, and the bon ton; calculated for the entertainment of the polite world; and to furnish the man of pleasure with a most delicious banquet of amorous, Bacchanalian, whimsical, humorous, theatrical and polite entertainment. Vol. 2. For the year, 1784.
London: printed for the author and sold by G. Lister; Mr Jackson at Oxford; Mr Hodson at Cambridge; Mr Frobisher at York; Mr Slack at Newcastle; Messrs Pearson and Rawlinson at Birmingham; Mr Crutwell at Bath; and all other booksellers in Great Britain and Ireland 1784 - 1st ed. 518p + 35 (of 38) plates, 37 in total with 2 in duplicate. Sympathetic later quarter calf in period style. Uncut. A satirical magazine covering the politics and social gossip of the day, the flavour of which is best described by the titles of the engraved plates: Love in a Balloon; A bathing scene near Brightelmstone; Eunikism displayed, or the disappointed widow; A boarding-school frolic; Mrs. H-n amusing herself with her black servant; Miss R- and footman at romps; The cricket match, &c, &c. A very good copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
      [Bookseller: WestField Books]
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