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The Autobiography of Cockney Tom

by Thomas Bastard

It has been said that where there is no sense of danger, there no dangerneed be feared; so the writer of this Autobiography ventures, despite anyarray of critics, to present the sketch of his life to a public whoseindulgence he craves. He claims no merit for literary workmanship, butsolely for truth and candour, and in those respects his book cannot beexcelled.

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