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Prévost.  (1750).  The life and entertaining adventures of Mr. Cleveland, natural son of Oliver Cromwell, written by himself. Giving a particular account of his unhappiness in love, marriage, friendship, &c. and his great sufferings in Europe, and America. Intermix'd with reflections, describing the heart of man in all its variety of passions, and disguises; also, some curious particulars of Oliver's History and amours, never before made publick. In two volumes.  Dublin :  printed for Augustus Long, under Welsh's Coffee-house in Essex-street; and for Henry Hawker, at Homer's Head in Dame-street, booksellers

MLA Citation

Prévost.  The life and entertaining adventures of Mr. Cleveland, natural son of Oliver Cromwell, [electronic resource] : written by himself. Giving a particular account of his unhappiness in love, marriage, friendship, &c. and his great sufferings in Europe, and America. Intermix'd with reflections, describing the heart of man in all its variety of passions, and disguises; also, some curious particulars of Oliver's History and amours, never before made publick. In two volumes  printed for Augustus Long, under Welsh's Coffee-house in Essex-street; and for Henry Hawker, at Homer's Head in Dame-street, booksellers Dublin  1750

Australian/Harvard Citation

Prévost.  1750,  The life and entertaining adventures of Mr. Cleveland, natural son of Oliver Cromwell, [electronic resource] : written by himself. Giving a particular account of his unhappiness in love, marriage, friendship, &c. and his great sufferings in Europe, and America. Intermix'd with reflections, describing the heart of man in all its variety of passions, and disguises; also, some curious particulars of Oliver's History and amours, never before made publick. In two volumes  printed for Augustus Long, under Welsh's Coffee-house in Essex-street; and for Henry Hawker, at Homer's Head in Dame-street, booksellers Dublin

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