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Smith, Alexander, Captain [pseud.],
The School of Venus, or, Cupid Restor'd to Sight (London: J. Morphew/ E. Berrington, 1716).

THE| School of VENUS,| OR,| Cupid restor'd to Sight;| BEING| A HISTORY| OF| CUCKOLDS| AND| Cuckold-makers,| Contain'd in an Account of the Secret Amours| and pleasant Intrigues of our British Kings, Noble-|men, and others; with the most incomparable| Beauties, and famous Jilts, from HENRY the| Second, to this present Reign.| The whole interspersed with curious Letters of Love| and Gallantry.| [rule]| By Capt. Alexander Smith.| [rule]| LONDON:| Printed and sold by J. Morphew near Stationers-Hall,| and E. Berington without Temple-Bar, 1716.


cover page in verso: advertisement for a third edition of: Alexander Smith, History of the Lives of the most noted High-way-men, 1-3 (London: J. Morphew/ A. Dodd)/ titlepage/ [8] pp. preface/ [12] pp. "Table" alphabetical/ p.1-262/ 12.


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Bibliographical Reference

ESTC: t097119.


Title: "A History"; p.A3: "Secret History".

History of Publication

Smith, Alexander, Captain [pseud.], The secret History of the Lives of the Most Celebrated Beauties (J. Brown/ J. Graves/ J. Morphew, 171[5]).link