(London), 1710. Paperback. Very Good. Item #21-0250
12.5 x 8", one sheet, printed on both sides. Toned, chipped, light soiling, removal marks else good condition. The Tatler was published by Richard Steele who wrote under the Isaac Bickerstaff, it was issued three times a week from April 12, 1709 to January 2, 1711. It contained news of the day, essays and gossip. This issue is concerned with the election of a rural censor in each parish in Great Britain and the voting irregularities. Plus a letter, written tongue in cheek supposedly by a self important censor and the shallow family "of the bst gentlemen of the parish" with whom he associates. There is an interesting advertisement for a "Remedy for the STONE and STRANGURY which lately cured a gentleman that had for three days a total supression of urine, who in half an hour after he had taken it made...a Gallon of Water." Does your urologist know this secret cure?