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LONDON IN THE YEAR 1820.
PUBLIC MANNERS, MORALS, AND AMUSEMENTS;
& Young Bentleman's adventures ;
CHARACTERISTIC ANECDOTES OF SEVERAL EMINENT INDIVIDUALS
AUTHOR OF A SATIRICAL VIEW OF LONDON.
“ Houses, churches, mixt together,
Printed by Barnard and Farley ;
RIGHT HONOURABLE GEORGE HARRY GREY,
STAMFORD AND WARRINGTON,
AND LORD-LIEUTENANT OF CHESHIRE,
Your permission to inscribe this Work to your Lordship is truly gratifying to me, while it affords me an opportunity thus publicly to express my gratitude, for your benignity, and munificent patronage. Equally prized by the virtiious part of the community, for your genuine patriotism, and your unostentatious liberality as the patron of several public institutions; and esteemed by your friends, for those social virtues which render Nobility still more illustrious : may your Lordship long continue, one of the ornaments of that superb “ Corinthian Column," which adorns, while it supports the national edifice.
Your Lordship’s grateful,
and most obedient Servant,
London, March 1, 1820.