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A plain and easy road to the land of bliss ...

From: A plain and easy road to the land of bliss : a turnpike set up by Mr. Orator -----, on which a man may travel more miles in one day, than on any other highway in forty years : with a dedication, such as never was, or will be, in vogue

A plain and easy road to the land of bliss ...

From: A plain and easy road to the land of bliss : a turnpike set up by Mr. Orator -----, on which a man may travel more miles in one day, than on any other highway in forty years : with a dedication, such as never was, or will be, in vogue

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A satire on George Whitefield and the Methodists, continuing Jonathan Swift’s Tale of a tub.
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6 p. + front cover
16 cm.
Place of Origin:
London : Printed for J. Richardson ... and W. Tesseyman ..., 1762
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