The fifth edition, much improved, being a more minute and particular account of that arch impostor Charles Price : otherwise Patch, otherwise Wilmot, otherwise Powel, otherwise Brant, &c. &c. &c. many years a stock-broker and lottery-office-keeper In London and Westminster : in this edition the whole of his various forgeries and fraud are circumstantially related, together with his origin, and all the materia occurrences of his life, including that desperate undertaking of forgeries on the Bank of England ... : with this edition is given, as a frontispiece, an exact representation of his person, in the disguise he wore when he negotiated his first parcel of counterfeit bank notes, in the year 1780, and likewise another portrait of him in his usual dress.

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Published: London : Printed for the editor, (by whose permission a small part only of these memoirs first appeared in the English chronicle) and sold by G. Kearsley, at no. 6, in Fleet-Street, MDCCLXXXVI [1786]

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Call Number: HV6766.P75A88 1786