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Phoebe Kissagen ,or the remarkable adventures, schemes wiles and devilries of une maquerelle
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Anonymous Phoebe Kissagen,or the remarkable adventures, schemes wiles and devilries of une maquerelle Sir Toby. — «Do'st think that because thou art virtuous, there shall he no more cakes and ale?» Clown. — «Yes! by St. Anne, and ginger shall be hot i'the mouth, too!» Twelfth Night, or What you will. LONDON, 1743 (Reprinted 1875.) Letter I Which being introductory, will not prove very interesting to the reader TO LADY G…. R. Madam, Your billet came safe to hand, and I honoured by your ladyship's commands,in duty bound, I shall obey to the best of my ability. You express surprise, my lady,should be so expert with my pen; perhaps ladyship is not aware that Sir Charles took a deal of trouble with my education; being naturally of quick parts, I profited by the instruction of the good genttleman. Then his conversation was ful to me, for he could talk history I devoutly believe,...