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The fair concubine : Containing, her amours with Albimarides, P. Alexis, &c. her departure from the court. The Particulars of her Settlement. An Account of several curious Incidents that happened in the Course of her Rivalship with Miss Mordantia. Faithful Copies of several of her Letters, particularly one to P. Alexis on her first finding herself Pregnant ; and another to the Q- concerning her Condition ; together with all other remarkable Occurences thro' the whole Course of her Intrigues. To which is annexed, The lady's last shift ; or, a cure for shame. A Tale. Dedicated to Five Honourable Maids. Preview this item
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The fair concubine : Containing, her amours with Albimarides, P. Alexis, &c. her departure from the court. The Particulars of her Settlement. An Account of several curious Incidents that happened in the Course of her Rivalship with Miss Mordantia. Faithful Copies of several of her Letters, particularly one to P. Alexis on her first finding herself Pregnant ; and another to the Q- concerning her Condition ; together with all other remarkable Occurences thro' the whole Course of her Intrigues. To which is annexed, The lady's last shift ; or, a cure for shame. A Tale. Dedicated to Five Honourable Maids.

Publisher: London : Printed for W. James, without Temple-Bar, M, DCC, XXXII. [1732]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : The 3rd edView all editions and formats
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Named Person: Anne Vane; John Hervey Hervey, Baron; Frederick Louis, Prince of Wales; Frederick Louis, Prince of Wales; John Hervey Hervey, Baron; Anne Vane
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
OCLC Number: 642496981
Notes: Vanella = Anne Vane; Albimarides = John, Lord Hervey; P. Alexis = Frederick, Prince of Wales.
'The lady's last shift; . ' is in verse.
Price from imprint: price One Shilling.
Reproduction of original from British Library.
Description: 1 online resource ([3], vi-49, [1] p., plate)

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