The Merry-Droll, or Pleasing Companion. Consisting of a Variety of Facetious and Engaging Stories; and Familiar Letters. In Which Several Entertaining Adventures are truly related; and Divers Instances of Love and Gallantry, Elegantly Displayed. Including also, Some Poetical Recreations; Being a Collection of Merry Tales, Diverting Fables, Pleasing Pastorals, and Other Select Pieces. The Whole Moral, Instructive and Entertaining. Printed for C. Parker, the Upper Part of New-Bond Street, M DCC LXIX . In-12, [vii; 1-96, 73-184; two concluding original blanks] Page 97 mis-paginated as 73. 175 mm x 105 mm. Bound in modern quarter sprinkled calf, marbled board sides, a small blank piece torn from the inner corner of the title-page; text slightly browned with a few minor creases. Lowndes II, p. 1205.