The Life and Adventures of Mr. Bampsylde-Moore Careu Commonly Called the King of the Beggars

The Life and Adventures of Mr. Bampsylde-Moore Careu Commonly Called the King of the Beggars

Being An Impartial Account of His Life, From His Leaving Tiverton School, at the Age of Fifteen, and Entering Into A Society of Gipsies; Wherein the Motives of His Conduct Will Be Related and Explained: the Great Number of Characters and Shapes He Has Appeared In, Through Great Britain, Ireland, and Several Other Places of Europe: With His Travels Twice Through Great Part of America, Giving A Particular Account of the Origin, Government, Laws, and Customs of the Gipsies; With the Method of Electing Their King; and A Dictionary of the Cant Language, Used by the Mendicants

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Publisher: London : Printed for R. Whiston, J. Woodfall, T. Baldwin; R. Johnston, and G. Caddel, M,DCC,LXXXII. [1782]
Characteristics: 240p. ; 12⁰

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