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THE

WANDERER:

OR,
A COLLECTION OF

ORIGINAL

TALES AND ESSAYS,

FOUNDED UPON FACTS;

ILLUSTRATING

THE VIRTUES AND VICES OF THE PRESENT AGE

IN WHICH ARE INTRODUCED
The Oriental Travels of a Learned Mahometan

of the Last Century.
· INTERSPERSED WITH ORIGINAL POETRY

BY CHARLES FOTHERGILL, ESQ.

Nolumus leges naturæ mutari.”
“ We will not suffer the laws of Nature to be changed."

VOLUME II.

LONDON:
PRINTED FOR WYNNE AND SCHOLE JANDI

JAMES WALLIS, 46, PATERNOSTEL-KO

HOLE

1803.

By J. D. Dewick, Aldersgaie-Streetr

249. v. 438.

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NEW PUBLICATIONS

Printed for

WYNNE & SCHOLEY, 45, AND JAMES WALLIS,

. 46, PATERNOSTER-ROW.

THE NEW POCKET HOYLE. Llegantly printed by Bensley, in a beautiful pocket-size, price

48. neatly done up to slip in a case ; 5s. 6d. calf elegant; 8$. morocco, with silver lock.

THE NEW POCKET HQYLE;

CONTAINING The games of whist, quadrille, piquet, quinze, lansquenet, pharo, rouge et noir, cribbage, matrimony, cassino, reverses, put, connexions, all-fours, and speculation; accurately disa playing the rules and practice, as admitted and published by the first players in the kingdom.

The public are here presented, for the first ime, with an elegant pocket edition of Mr. Hoyle's Games, forming itself into a complete companion to the card-table, and rendering a reference to any other works of a similar nature totally unne. cessary. The whole has been carefully revised, and newly arranged; every writer of merit has been consulted with the greatest caution; and such additions and corrections have been made, as were found necessary to the perfection of the work. With these advantages, the proprietors look forward with confidence to its introduction into all the fashionable circles, and its general adoption by the public at large, as they are conscious it will be found more convenient in its form, more elegant in execution, and more correct in its matter, than any edition of she same work which has hitherto appeared.

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