The jolly gentleman's frolick: or, The city ramble : Being an account of a young gallant, who wager'd to pass by any of the watches without giving them an answer; but being stopp'd by the constable at Cripple-gate, was sent to the counter, afterwards had before my lord-mayor, and was clear'd by the intercession of my lord mayor's daughter.
- [London] : Sold by J. Cluer in Bow-Church-Yard, and by J. Cobb in P'street [sic], St. Giles's, [1726?]
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