Adventures of Ferdinand Count Fathom

Adventures of Ferdinand Count Fathom

Cardinal de Retz very judiciously observes, that all historians must of necessity be subject to mistakes, in explaining the motives of those actions they record, unless they derive their intelligence from the candid confession of the person whose characte More info →
Adventures of Peregrine Pickle

Adventures of Peregrine Pickle

In a certain county of England, bounded on one side by the sea, and at the distance of one hundred miles from the metropolis, lived Gamaliel Pickle Esq; the father of that hero whose adventures we propose to record. More info →
Adventures of Roderick Random

Adventures of Roderick Random

I was born in the northern part of this united kingdom, in the house of my grand. father, a gentleman of considerable fortune and influence, who had on many occasions signalised himself in behalf of his country; and was remarkable for his abilities in the More info →
Adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves

Adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves

It was on the great northern road from York to London, about the beginning of the month of October, and the hour of eight in the evening, that four travellers were, by a violent shower of rain, driven for shelter into a little public-house on the side of More info →
Expedition of Humphry Clinker

Expedition of Humphry Clinker

RESPECTED SIR, I have received your esteemed favour of the 13th ultimo, whereby it appeareth, that you have perused those same Letters, the which were delivered unto you by my friend, the reverend Mr Hugo Behn; and I am pleased to find you think they ma More info →