THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF BAMFYLDE-MOORE CAREW, commonly called THE KING OF THE BEGGARS. Being An impartial account of his Life, from his leaving Tiverton School, at the age of fifteen, and entering into a Society of Gipsies; wherein the motives of his conduct are related and explained: The great number of Characters and Shapes he has appeared in through Great-Britain, Ireland, and several other Places of Europe:
Gainsborough.Henry Mozley. 1811. with his travels twice through great parts of America: Giving a particular account of the origins, government, laws, and customs, of the Gipsies, with the method of electing their king. And a Dictionary of the Cant Language used by the Mendicants. , 6-165pp. Engraved frontispiece. rebound in two tone grey paper-covered boards with paper label to spine. 12mo. Head of spine and boards a little rubbed; water-stainng to edges up to page 17; light browning and spotting here and there throughout; fore-edges untrimmed; else a very good copy.