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The Resource An apology for the life of Mr. Bampfylde-Moore Carew, : commonly call'd 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 gypsies, to the present time ... with his travels twice through great part of America. A particular account of the original government, languages, laws and customs of the gypsies ... And a parallel drawn after the manner of Plutarch, between Mr. Bampfylde-Moore Carew and Mr. Thomas Jones

An apology for the life of Mr. Bampfylde-Moore Carew, : commonly call'd 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 gypsies, to the present time ... with his travels twice through great part of America. A particular account of the original government, languages, laws and customs of the gypsies ... And a parallel drawn after the manner of Plutarch, between Mr. Bampfylde-Moore Carew and Mr. Thomas Jones

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An apology for the life of Mr. Bampfylde-Moore Carew, : commonly call'd 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 gypsies, to the present time ... with his travels twice through great part of America. A particular account of the original government, languages, laws and customs of the gypsies ... And a parallel drawn after the manner of Plutarch, between Mr. Bampfylde-Moore Carew and Mr. Thomas Jones
Title
An apology for the life of Mr. Bampfylde-Moore Carew,
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commonly call'd 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 gypsies, to the present time ... with his travels twice through great part of America. A particular account of the original government, languages, laws and customs of the gypsies ... And a parallel drawn after the manner of Plutarch, between Mr. Bampfylde-Moore Carew and Mr. Thomas Jones
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Language
eng
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individual biography
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non fiction
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An apology for the life of Mr. Bampfylde-Moore Carew, : commonly call'd 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 gypsies, to the present time ... with his travels twice through great part of America. A particular account of the original government, languages, laws and customs of the gypsies ... And a parallel drawn after the manner of Plutarch, between Mr. Bampfylde-Moore Carew and Mr. Thomas Jones
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  • Dedication "To the Worshipful Justice Fielding" signed: The historiographer to Mr. Bampfylde-Moore Carew
  • "This was ... his own autobiography, dictated by him to some literary acquaintance."--Gould, Devonshire characters, London, 1908, p. 425
  • Authorship also ascribed to Robert Goadby and to Mrs. Goadby
  • There are numerous versions with varying titles, and probably by various compilers. The first edition with the present title was published London, 1749. An earlier version, ascribed to Thomas Price, has title: The life and adventures of Bampfylde Moore Carew, the noted Devonshire stroller ... Exon, Printed by the Farleys for J. Drew, 1745
Dimensions
17 cm.
Edition
5th ed. ...
Extent
xxiv, 344 p.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)12898189
  • ucoclc12898189
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An apology for the life of Mr. Bampfylde-Moore Carew, : commonly call'd 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 gypsies, to the present time ... with his travels twice through great part of America. A particular account of the original government, languages, laws and customs of the gypsies ... And a parallel drawn after the manner of Plutarch, between Mr. Bampfylde-Moore Carew and Mr. Thomas Jones
Publication
Note
  • Dedication "To the Worshipful Justice Fielding" signed: The historiographer to Mr. Bampfylde-Moore Carew
  • "This was ... his own autobiography, dictated by him to some literary acquaintance."--Gould, Devonshire characters, London, 1908, p. 425
  • Authorship also ascribed to Robert Goadby and to Mrs. Goadby
  • There are numerous versions with varying titles, and probably by various compilers. The first edition with the present title was published London, 1749. An earlier version, ascribed to Thomas Price, has title: The life and adventures of Bampfylde Moore Carew, the noted Devonshire stroller ... Exon, Printed by the Farleys for J. Drew, 1745
Dimensions
17 cm.
Edition
5th ed. ...
Extent
xxiv, 344 p.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)12898189
  • ucoclc12898189

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