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Do no right, take no wrong : keep what you have, get what you can: or the way of the world displayd ; in several profitable essays, Serious and Comical: Discovering I. The Treachery of False-Friends. II. The Tricks and Cheats usually impos'd on the Unthinking and Ignorant, by the Town-Sharpers. III. The Deceits us'd in particular Trades and Professions. The whole intermixt with Pleasant Relations, Comical Descriptions, and Satyrical Characters ; being very Delightful and Instructive, for the Diversion of the Wise, and the Information of the Otherwise. By S.H. Misodolus. Preview this item
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Do no right, take no wrong : keep what you have, get what you can: or the way of the world displayd ; in several profitable essays, Serious and Comical: Discovering I. The Treachery of False-Friends. II. The Tricks and Cheats usually impos'd on the Unthinking and Ignorant, by the Town-Sharpers. III. The Deceits us'd in particular Trades and Professions. The whole intermixt with Pleasant Relations, Comical Descriptions, and Satyrical Characters ; being very Delightful and Instructive, for the Diversion of the Wise, and the Information of the Otherwise. By S.H. Misodolus.

Author: S H, Misodolus.
Publisher: London : Printed for Robert Gifford, in Old-Bedlam, without Bishopsgate, [1711]
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Genre/Form: Anecdotes
Early works
Humor
Humor Early works to 1800
Anecdotes Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: S H, Misodolus.
OCLC Number: 745131659
Description: 1 online resource ([12], 152, [2] pages) : illustrations

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