The Reverie: or, a Flight to the Paradise of Fools … Published by the Editor of the Adventures of a Guinea. In two Volumes …

London, Printed for T. Becket, and P. A. Da [sic] Hondt … 1763.

2 vols., 12mo., with the errata leaf at the end of volume II; contemporary calf, rebacked, new labels.

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