The right pleasant and delightful HISTORY OF FORTUNATUS, and His Two Sons.. In two parts. Part I. Containing, An Account of his noble Birth, remarkable Travels, and strange Adventures, in many Kingdoms. How he obtained a Purse, which supplied him with a Continuance of Money, and also an Hat, by which he could be conveyed in an instant to any Place where he Wished to be. As also his Death, at which he bequeathed his Purse and Wishing Hat to his two Sons, with his Sumptuous Funeral, &c. Part II. Containing The Travels and remarkable Actions of his Two Sons, with their untimely Deaths and Burials. First Penned in the Dutch Tongue, and thence Translated, and now Published in English. The Thirteenth Edition. Illustrated with Variety of New Pictures. Price bound One Shilling.
London: C. Hitch & L. Hawes, and S. Crowder… and J. King…, No date [circa 1760]. 168 pages. Tweny woodcuts within the text. Contemporary full plain, untitled sheep, repaired at some time. 12mo. Two leaves with small paper repairs; one with the loss of a word; else a very good copy.