The e. of Pembrok's [sic] frolicks, containing all the comical pranks play'd by that peer whilst alive. As his getting into his Coach-Box, and driving his Lady through a deep Pond. His being out hector'd by a Liveguard Man. His Lordship's being kickt down Stairs by Yea and Nay a Quaker. His being Frighted by a Sergeant of the Foot-Guards. His baiting a live Taylor with Bull-Dogs. And his flinging several Pounds of Butter against a Tree, and Whipping the Dairy Maid who sold them him, for taking the Butter off the Tree again. How he lay with a Beggar-Woman and carring her Child home on his back to his Lady. His making sevral lace Women dance naked. His putting a Linker into a Hogshead of Ale. With several other vagaries, never yet in [p]rint. Licens'd and enter'd in the hall book according to order.

Title
The e. of Pembrok's [sic] frolicks, [electronic resource] : containing all the comical pranks play'd by that peer whilst alive. As his getting into his Coach-Box, and driving his Lady through a deep Pond. His being out hector'd by a Liveguard Man. His Lordship's being kickt down Stairs by Yea and Nay a Quaker. His being Frighted by a Sergeant of the Foot-Guards. His baiting a live Taylor with Bull-Dogs. And his flinging several Pounds of Butter against a Tree, and Whipping the Dairy Maid who sold them him, for taking the Butter off the Tree again. How he lay with a Beggar-Woman and carring her Child home on his back to his Lady. His making sevral lace Women dance naked. His putting a Linker into a Hogshead of Ale. With several other vagaries, never yet in [p]rint. Licens'd and enter'd in the hall book according to order.
Publication
London : printed by D. Brown, in Fleet-Street, 1711.
Electronic Resource
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Details

Description
8p.; 8⁰.
Subject
English fiction > 18th century
Genre/Form
Fiction.
Note
  • Woodcut portrait vignette on titlepage.
  • Reproduction of original from Huntington Library.
Indexed In (note)
  • English Short Title Catalog,
Reproduction (note)
  • Electronic reproduction.
OCLC
642204822
Title
The e. of Pembrok's [sic] frolicks, [electronic resource] : containing all the comical pranks play'd by that peer whilst alive. As his getting into his Coach-Box, and driving his Lady through a deep Pond. His being out hector'd by a Liveguard Man. His Lordship's being kickt down Stairs by Yea and Nay a Quaker. His being Frighted by a Sergeant of the Foot-Guards. His baiting a live Taylor with Bull-Dogs. And his flinging several Pounds of Butter against a Tree, and Whipping the Dairy Maid who sold them him, for taking the Butter off the Tree again. How he lay with a Beggar-Woman and carring her Child home on his back to his Lady. His making sevral lace Women dance naked. His putting a Linker into a Hogshead of Ale. With several other vagaries, never yet in [p]rint. Licens'd and enter'd in the hall book according to order.
Imprint
London : printed by D. Brown, in Fleet-Street, 1711.
Reproduction
Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.
Indexed In:
English Short Title Catalog, N46028.
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Place of Publication
Great Britain England London.
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