The True and interesting history of William Owen and Polly Morgan, both of Monmouth Town [electronic resource] : Containing, I. An account of William and Polly's relations. II. William and Polly's regard for each other. III. Their love's discovered by William's father, who forbids him seeing Polly. IV. Their meeting by stealth, which being also discovered William is sent to sea. VI. Polly proving with child sets off for London. VII. Polly gets acquainted with an old Lady in the Stage-Coach, who invites her to her house, where she lies in. VIII. Polly finds the old lady to be a procuress. IX. Polly is addressed by a Lord; is kept by several people; afterwards by an Irish fortune-hunter, who robs her. X. Polly becomes poor, falls sick, and goes to an hospital. XI. Polly meets with her brother, returns into the country and dies. XII. William returns, and finds his father and Polly are dead; he d[i]es a bachelor; with a caution to parents and maidens
- London : Printed by W. Bailey, (No. 41,) Leadenhall-Street, M,DCC,LXXXII. 
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- 32 pages ; 8⁰.
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Reproduction of original from National Library of Wales.
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- English Short Title Catalog, T220817.
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- Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.
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