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THE

LIFE

AND

ADVENTURES

O F

Joe Thompson,

A Narrative founded on Fact.

Written by Himself.

To wake the Soul, by tender Strokes of Art ;
To raife the Genius, and to mend the Heart;
To make Mankind in concious Virtue bold,
Live o'er each Scene, and be what they behold:
For this

POPE.

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Printed for JOHN HINTON, at the King's-Arms,
in Pater-nofter Row; and W. FREDERICK, Book-
feller, in Bath. M DCC LXXV.

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CONTENT S.

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CHAP. XXXIII.

R. Diaper and his Family retire into the Country. Thompson returns from thence, and takes a Lodging in London.--ilmost constantly at Mr. Bellair's. The Manner of employing this leisure Time. Hears from Archer.-Contracts an Aversion for Women.-Vifits a fuburbian Club with Mr. Deacon.-Account of that abfurd Set of People, and their Converfation.--Receives a Letter from Mr. Diaper, dated Lisbon Page r

CHAP. XXXIV.

He, with Prig, is attacked by Footpads. They take three of them.-One of them proves to be Packer.-Difcourfe between Thompson and him.-He is committed to Newgate, tried at the Old Bailey, condemned, and executed.-Obfervations arifing from his Behaviour in his laft Moments.- Mr. Archer and Mr. Sharpley arrive in Town 12

CHAP. XXXV.

He meets Mr. Archer and Mr. Sharpley. - He apologises for his Friend.--Receives an Account of Sir Walter's Alteration of Temper, A 2

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