Life; or, The adventures of William Ramble, by the author of Modern times

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Life; or, the adventures of William Ramble, Esq. With three frontispieces, designed by Ibbetson, and two new and beautiful songs, with the music by Pleyel and Sterkel.

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At the time of presentation, there were two or three editions of the book in print, including a Dover paperback. The book itself is ostensibly derived from a 14th century source. There are several manuscripts of some age.