Fortunatus's looking-glass; or An essay upon lotteries In a dialogue between Jack and Harry, wherein are discovered the intrigues of lotteries in general, and the great advantage the undertakers reap by them; more particularly the extravagant profit of some of them now on foot: with other remarkable passages in several of their proposals. Colleted, and calculated for the good of the publick.
printed for A. Baldwin,
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