The Intrigues, Amours, & Adventures of Rachel Cunningham
Called for Her Many Crimes the American Milwood: Detailing the eccentric course of her Career, and leading the imagination horror-stricken in the contemplation of her vicious propensities, and predisposition to the most depraved pursuits, through a labyrinth of appalling wonder, that such exuberances in nature can have existence. Her Deceitful Conduct to Her Aunt, and Entrance into Public Life at Sixteen; Is Debauched by Mr. Wallingdon; Becomes the Mistress of Mr. Haverley, his Death, in a Duel; Intrigue with his Antagonist; Her attempt to Poison her Keeper Mr. Green, and Failure; her debut at the Saloons of the Theatres: Engages the affections of Mr, L——, the Wealthy Merchant; Intrigue with that celebrated Debauchee Judge F——; Her Amour with the Sheriff, George van Swearington, and Murder of his Wife; Together with their Escape, Capture, Trial, and Execution for Murder.
Edward Duncombe, Middle-Row, Holborn
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