[Chapbook; Female Vagrant] Memoirs of Mary Saxby, A Female Vagrant. Written by herself.

[Mary Saxby, Female Vagrant]
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No date, London: Printed by W. Clowes, Stamford-street for the Religious Tract Society, and Sold [...] by J. Nisbet, 21 Berners-street. [...]. No.95.

Chapbook, 20pp., 12mo, sewn as issued, very good condition. No other copy currently on the market, this edition apparently unrecorded. BL has an incomplete run of RTS First Series, dating it c.1810-c.1820. See "writingwomenshistory" for full discussion and plot summary.

Two autograph Documents in Frankland's hand, one initialled "T.F." addressed to "Mr Chas Walker"

Sir Thomas Frankland.
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1785 and 1819.

M.P. for Thirsk, d. 1831. Document A, two page, 4to, chipped, one hole, with marginal textual loss, headed "York Courant / Tuesday Aug. 23d 1785 / City of York", measures taken against "Highwaymen, Housebreakers, Pickpockets, Horse--stealers, Common Thieve, Cheats, Sharpers, and other offenders with their confederates, resort topublic places & Fairs to meet their accomplices, & perpetrate their villainies . . ." described (presumably in the newspaper in the heading) by "Geo. Townend / Common Clerk".

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