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THE

intrigues, amours, & adventures,

of

Rachel Cunningham,

CALLED FROM 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.


london: printed and published by

Edward Duncombe, Middle-Row, Holborn