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London-spy compleat ineighteen parts
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Reference; Reference. First World War. Dulce et Decorum Est, Wilfred Owen The London Spy Compleat () THE London Spy Compleat, In Eighteen-Parts. By the Author of the Trip to JAMAICA. LONDON, Printed and Sold by J. How, at the Seven Stars in Talbot-Court in Grace-Church-street, The London Spy: A Book of Town Travels (New York: George H. Doran Co., c), by Thomas Burke (page images at HathiTrust) The London-Spy: Compleat in Eighteen Parts (based on the edition), by Edward Ward (page images and partially edited text at Grub Street Project).
The London-spy compleat, in eighteen parts. The first volume of the author's writings. by: Ward, Edward, Published: (). The London-Spy Compleat, in Eighteen-Parts. by the Author of the Trip to Jamaica. Volume 1 of 2 (Paperback) by Edward Ward Paperback, Published by Gale Ecco, Print Editions, United States ISBN , ISBN:
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In its determination to preserve the century of revolution. Rulon-Miller Books Summit Ave. Paul, The London-Spy compleat, in eighteen parts WARD, NED. Buy Direct. Price: USD. London: Casanova Society, Edition limited to copies, 8vo, pp. , ; frontispiece portrait; original coarse buckram backed boards, printed paper label on spine; a very good, largely unopened copy Author: WARD, NED.
The London-spy: compleat, in eighteen parts. [Edward Ward; Ralph Straus] London-spy. London: Published and sold by the Casanova Society, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Edward Ward; Ralph Straus.
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Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. London: The Casanova Society, Limited Edition. Hardcover. Brown cloth and paper boards with paper label on spine. Boards discolored. Extremities slightly rubbed, corners bumped. Endpapers discolored, book plate on ffep, rear hinge cracked.
Very good. Item # #/1, copies. Introduction by Ralph Straus. OCLC Number: Notes: Pa 43 and misnumbe 42 and respectively. Title within double line borders.
"Originally published in monthly folio parts, beginning in Novemberand reprinted, 'Compleat, in eighteen parts, ' in octavo, in "--Dictionary of national biography. The London Spy was first published in eighteen monthly parts, from November to May in folio and was first collected in the edition in octavo.
The first six issues were originally printed by John Nutt; volume 1, numbers 7–12, and volume 2, numbers 1–6, were printed by John How. London Spy Compleat, In Eighteen-Parts. By the Author of the Trip to JAMAICA. LONDON, Printed and Sold by J. How, at the Seven Stars in Talbot-Court in Grace-Church-street, Get this from a library.
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THE London Spy Compleat, In Eighteen-Parts. By the Author of the Trip to JAMAICA. LONDON, Printed and Sold by J. How, at the Seven Stars in Talbot-Court in Grace-Church-street, The London-spy compleat in eighteen-parts Catalog Record Only By Edward Ward.
Troyer. First ed. in book form. Originally published as a periodical, Nov. Apr. Signatures: [A]² B-2E⁸. omitted in pagination. Book-plate of Joseph Tasker Provenance. Ward, Edward, The London-Spy: Compleat in Eighteen Parts (based on the edition) (page images and partially edited text at Grub Street Project) Ward, Edward, Mars Stript of His Armour: or, The Army Displayed in All Its True Colours (London: Printed for H.
Serjeant, ca. ) multiple formats at ; missing pp. Lot Author: [Ward, Edward] Title: The London Spy Compleat. Place Published: London. Publisher: J. How.
Date Published: Description: [iv], 4. Ned Ward, The London Spy, Part II, REFERENCE DETAILS. From Part II of Ned Ward’s The London Spy compleat, in eighteenSource: British Library, shelfmark G, ORIGINAL TEXT. By this time we were come to Billingsgate; and in a narrow Lane, as dark as a Burying Vault, which stunk of stale Sprats, Piss, and Sir-reverence, we groped about, like a couple of Thieves.
The London Spy by Ned Ward (/ – J ) was a periodical about London life, later published as a book. First person. Ward first published the story as a series of page periodicals in –, comprising 18 folio editions. They were printed as a collection in book form in by J.
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‘covered with dust’ and with parts ‘utterly broken and ruined’.6 The collection was 1 References to the repository and the Society more generally as a storehouse, are particularly evident in the first ten years of the repository’s existence, see for example RS, Original Journal Book, vol.
4. The London-Spy Compleat, In Eighteen Parts. The Second Edition Much Enlarged and Corrected. London, Printed and sold by J. How, at the Seven Stars in Talbot Street, in Grace-Church-Street, Mandeville, Bernard.
The Grumbling Hive: Or Knaves Turn’d Honest. London, Swift, Jonathan. Description of a City Shower. London, Dennis.The London-spy Compleat, in eighteen parts / by: Ward, Edward, Published: () Nuptial dialogues and debates or, an useful prospect of the felicities and discomforts of a marry'd life, incident to all degrees, from the throne to the cottage.Ned Ward's The London Spy is one of the most vivid and engaging portrayals of popular culture in English literature.
It recounts the fictitious adventures of a wide-eyed country bumpkin at large in the teeming metropolis of villains, whores, and hucksters at the beginning of the eighteenth century.4/5(2).