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fruits of experience, or, Memoir of Joseph Brasbridge, written in his eightieth year.
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Fruits of experience; or, Memoir of Joseph Brasbridge, written or his 80th year. London, Printed for the author, (OCoLC) Named Person: Joseph Brasbridge; Joseph Brasbridge: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Brasbridge. Full text of "The fruits of experience: or Memoir of Joseph Brasbridge, written in his 80th and 81st years" See other formats.
Get this from a library. The fruits of experience, or, Memoir of Joseph Brasbridge, written in his 80th year. [Joseph Brasbridge]. In the hope that his own indiscretions might prove a warning to others, he published, when in his eightieth year, his memoirs under the title of 'The Fruits of Experience,' which passed through two editions in His portrait is prefixed.
He died at Highgate on 28 Feb. [ Gent. Mag. xciv. (i.)cii. In his eightieth year, hoping that his own indiscretions might prove a warning to others, he had published, or his own expense, his memoirs under the title of The Fruits of Experience.
His book went through two printings in It has not been reprinted since. His portrait is : 28 FebruaryHighgate, England. In his eightieth year he wrote his Life, which he entitled The Fruits of Experience, full of pleasant gossip about the tavern-clubs, card-parties, and minor gaieties, of St.
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