The Fourth Edition, Much Improved, Being a More Minute and Particular Account of That Arch Impostor Charles Prince, Otherwise Patch, Otherwise Wilmot, Otherwise Powel, Otherwise Brant, &c. &c. &c., Many Years a Stock-Broker and Lottery Office-Keeper in London and Westminster: In This Edition the Whole of His Various Forgeries and Frauds Are Circumstantially Related; Together with His Origin, All the Material Occurrences of His Life, Equally Disgraceful to Human Nature, till He Began that Desperate Undertaking of Forgeries on the Bank of England …

London: Printed for the editor and sold by G. Kearsley, 1786. Published the same year as the first edition. 8vo. 68 pp.; with the half-title (soiled, laid down on thicker paper). Folding frontispiece. Bookplate on verso of front wrapper, else very good. Later plain wrappers, housed in a custom cloth slipcase. (7222). Item #59963

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