The lady's drawing room. Being a faithfull picture of the great world. In which the various humours of both sexes are display'd. Drawn from the life: and Interspers'd with entertaining and affecting Novels.
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|Published:||London : printed and sold by M. Cooper, in Pater-Noster-Row; and A. Dodd, near Essex-Street, in the Strand, M,DCC,XLIV. |