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The Resource A Brief narrative of the life, of the celebrated Miss Catley, containing the adventures of that lady in her public character of a singer, and private one of a courtezan, in England, Ireland, &c. : The birth and education of our heroine-her childish amusements.-Is bound apprentice to an organist. Commences public singer.-Taken into keeping by Sir. F.B.D. her adventures with Mr. Fernades;-Mr. S-t a silk merchant, on Ludgate-Hill;-Colonel L*ss**s,-Earl H. capt. D-n- a councellor at law.-Mr. P-, Lord B-t.-Mr. D-b-my.-Mr. C-n.-Mr. Th-l-w. The S-l-ter general. The celebrated gambler, known by the name of Duck. Mr. B-ll-r, brother to the L-d, C-l--lor, Earl of D-. A wine merchant near Seething Lane. Sir William S-- and several more of the nobility and gentry of distinction. With a journey to Epsom; and adventures there.-A matrimonial expedition.-An Oxford scholar.-A disappointment, and return to London.-A whimsical story about roasting and basting,-a journey to London, with some adventures in consequece. A ramble to Ireland.-Engagement at Crow-street. The theatre.-Cleanly lover.-Some theatrical performances. Return to England.-The benefit.-The loss.-The silk mercer's clerk.-The bagnio waiter.-The bawdy house, and method of training young ladies to business. The lovers quarrel. The handsome footman.-Jealousy.-Journey to Kensington.-Several billet deux, &c. Also some of the most remarkable occurrencies in the High Court of Gallantry, on the stage, in the Public Gardens, and in the polite world, or court-end of the town. With many curious anecdotes. Never before published, (electronic resource)

A Brief narrative of the life, of the celebrated Miss Catley, containing the adventures of that lady in her public character of a singer, and private one of a courtezan, in England, Ireland, &c. : The birth and education of our heroine-her childish amusements.-Is bound apprentice to an organist. Commences public singer.-Taken into keeping by Sir. F.B.D. her adventures with Mr. Fernades;-Mr. S-t a silk merchant, on Ludgate-Hill;-Colonel L*ss**s,-Earl H. capt. D-n- a councellor at law.-Mr. P-, Lord B-t.-Mr. D-b-my.-Mr. C-n.-Mr. Th-l-w. The S-l-ter general. The celebrated gambler, known by the name of Duck. Mr. B-ll-r, brother to the L-d, C-l--lor, Earl of D-. A wine merchant near Seething Lane. Sir William S-- and several more of the nobility and gentry of distinction. With a journey to Epsom; and adventures there.-A matrimonial expedition.-An Oxford scholar.-A disappointment, and return to London.-A whimsical story about roasting and basting,-a journey to London, with some adventures in consequece. A ramble to Ireland.-Engagement at Crow-street. The theatre.-Cleanly lover.-Some theatrical performances. Return to England.-The benefit.-The loss.-The silk mercer's clerk.-The bagnio waiter.-The bawdy house, and method of training young ladies to business. The lovers quarrel. The handsome footman.-Jealousy.-Journey to Kensington.-Several billet deux, &c. Also some of the most remarkable occurrencies in the High Court of Gallantry, on the stage, in the Public Gardens, and in the polite world, or court-end of the town. With many curious anecdotes. Never before published, (electronic resource)

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A Brief narrative of the life, of the celebrated Miss Catley, containing the adventures of that lady in her public character of a singer, and private one of a courtezan, in England, Ireland, &c. : The birth and education of our heroine-her childish amusements.-Is bound apprentice to an organist. Commences public singer.-Taken into keeping by Sir. F.B.D. her adventures with Mr. Fernades;-Mr. S-t a silk merchant, on Ludgate-Hill;-Colonel L*ss**s,-Earl H. capt. D-n- a councellor at law.-Mr. P-, Lord B-t.-Mr. D-b-my.-Mr. C-n.-Mr. Th-l-w. The S-l-ter general. The celebrated gambler, known by the name of Duck. Mr. B-ll-r, brother to the L-d, C-l--lor, Earl of D-. A wine merchant near Seething Lane. Sir William S-- and several more of the nobility and gentry of distinction. With a journey to Epsom; and adventures there.-A matrimonial expedition.-An Oxford scholar.-A disappointment, and return to London.-A whimsical story about roasting and basting,-a journey to London, with some adventures in consequece. A ramble to Ireland.-Engagement at Crow-street. The theatre.-Cleanly lover.-Some theatrical performances. Return to England.-The benefit.-The loss.-The silk mercer's clerk.-The bagnio waiter.-The bawdy house, and method of training young ladies to business. The lovers quarrel. The handsome footman.-Jealousy.-Journey to Kensington.-Several billet deux, &c. Also some of the most remarkable occurrencies in the High Court of Gallantry, on the stage, in the Public Gardens, and in the polite world, or court-end of the town. With many curious anecdotes. Never before published
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A Brief narrative of the life, of the celebrated Miss Catley, containing the adventures of that lady in her public character of a singer, and private one of a courtezan, in England, Ireland, &c.
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The birth and education of our heroine-her childish amusements.-Is bound apprentice to an organist. Commences public singer.-Taken into keeping by Sir. F.B.D. her adventures with Mr. Fernades;-Mr. S-t a silk merchant, on Ludgate-Hill;-Colonel L*ss**s,-Earl H. capt. D-n- a councellor at law.-Mr. P-, Lord B-t.-Mr. D-b-my.-Mr. C-n.-Mr. Th-l-w. The S-l-ter general. The celebrated gambler, known by the name of Duck. Mr. B-ll-r, brother to the L-d, C-l--lor, Earl of D-. A wine merchant near Seething Lane. Sir William S-- and several more of the nobility and gentry of distinction. With a journey to Epsom; and adventures there.-A matrimonial expedition.-An Oxford scholar.-A disappointment, and return to London.-A whimsical story about roasting and basting,-a journey to London, with some adventures in consequece. A ramble to Ireland.-Engagement at Crow-street. The theatre.-Cleanly lover.-Some theatrical performances. Return to England.-The benefit.-The loss.-The silk mercer's clerk.-The bagnio waiter.-The bawdy house, and method of training young ladies to business. The lovers quarrel. The handsome footman.-Jealousy.-Journey to Kensington.-Several billet deux, &c. Also some of the most remarkable occurrencies in the High Court of Gallantry, on the stage, in the Public Gardens, and in the polite world, or court-end of the town. With many curious anecdotes. Never before published
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Wheelock, Eleazar
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A Brief narrative of the life, of the celebrated Miss Catley, containing the adventures of that lady in her public character of a singer, and private one of a courtezan, in England, Ireland, &c. : The birth and education of our heroine-her childish amusements.-Is bound apprentice to an organist. Commences public singer.-Taken into keeping by Sir. F.B.D. her adventures with Mr. Fernades;-Mr. S-t a silk merchant, on Ludgate-Hill;-Colonel L*ss**s,-Earl H. capt. D-n- a councellor at law.-Mr. P-, Lord B-t.-Mr. D-b-my.-Mr. C-n.-Mr. Th-l-w. The S-l-ter general. The celebrated gambler, known by the name of Duck. Mr. B-ll-r, brother to the L-d, C-l--lor, Earl of D-. A wine merchant near Seething Lane. Sir William S-- and several more of the nobility and gentry of distinction. With a journey to Epsom; and adventures there.-A matrimonial expedition.-An Oxford scholar.-A disappointment, and return to London.-A whimsical story about roasting and basting,-a journey to London, with some adventures in consequece. A ramble to Ireland.-Engagement at Crow-street. The theatre.-Cleanly lover.-Some theatrical performances. Return to England.-The benefit.-The loss.-The silk mercer's clerk.-The bagnio waiter.-The bawdy house, and method of training young ladies to business. The lovers quarrel. The handsome footman.-Jealousy.-Journey to Kensington.-Several billet deux, &c. Also some of the most remarkable occurrencies in the High Court of Gallantry, on the stage, in the Public Gardens, and in the polite world, or court-end of the town. With many curious anecdotes. Never before published, (electronic resource)
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  • Miss C*tl*y = Anne Catley
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  • Advertisement on verso of titlepage for letterpress printing "At No.28, Great Tower-Street, London"
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
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ESTCT59946
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56pages
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  • (Uk-ES)006331208
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A Brief narrative of the life, of the celebrated Miss Catley, containing the adventures of that lady in her public character of a singer, and private one of a courtezan, in England, Ireland, &c. : The birth and education of our heroine-her childish amusements.-Is bound apprentice to an organist. Commences public singer.-Taken into keeping by Sir. F.B.D. her adventures with Mr. Fernades;-Mr. S-t a silk merchant, on Ludgate-Hill;-Colonel L*ss**s,-Earl H. capt. D-n- a councellor at law.-Mr. P-, Lord B-t.-Mr. D-b-my.-Mr. C-n.-Mr. Th-l-w. The S-l-ter general. The celebrated gambler, known by the name of Duck. Mr. B-ll-r, brother to the L-d, C-l--lor, Earl of D-. A wine merchant near Seething Lane. Sir William S-- and several more of the nobility and gentry of distinction. With a journey to Epsom; and adventures there.-A matrimonial expedition.-An Oxford scholar.-A disappointment, and return to London.-A whimsical story about roasting and basting,-a journey to London, with some adventures in consequece. A ramble to Ireland.-Engagement at Crow-street. The theatre.-Cleanly lover.-Some theatrical performances. Return to England.-The benefit.-The loss.-The silk mercer's clerk.-The bagnio waiter.-The bawdy house, and method of training young ladies to business. The lovers quarrel. The handsome footman.-Jealousy.-Journey to Kensington.-Several billet deux, &c. Also some of the most remarkable occurrencies in the High Court of Gallantry, on the stage, in the Public Gardens, and in the polite world, or court-end of the town. With many curious anecdotes. Never before published, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Miss C*tl*y = Anne Catley
  • Horizontal chain lines
  • Advertisement on verso of titlepage for letterpress printing "At No.28, Great Tower-Street, London"
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
Control code
ESTCT59946
Dimensions
80.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
56pages
Form of item
electronic
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (Uk-ES)006331208
  • (Uk-ES)006331208

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