MEMOIRS| OF THE| LIFE| AND| ADVENTURES| OF| Signor ROZELLI.| Giving a particular Account of his Birth,| Education, Slavery, Monastick State, Im-|prisonment in the Inquisition at Rome,| and the different Figures he has since| made, as well in Italy, as in England,| France, and Holland.| The Whole being a Series of the most diverting| History, and surprizing Events, ever yet made| Publick.| [rule]| The Second Edition corrected, enlarged with Appendix of| two whole Sheets, and adorn'd with curious Cutts.| [rule]| LONDON:| Printed for J. Morphew, near Stationers-Hall, and J. Woodward in Scalding-Alley near Stocks-Market| [rule]| M DCC XIII.
[illustrations following the French Edition] stiched title [Rozelli presenting his book; the surrounding architecture displays him as man of gallantry and the European cities; several attributes collected in different nations at his feet]/ black & red titlepage/  pp. pref./  pp. "Table of Principal Matters"/  pp. "Table to the Appendix"/ p.-325/ 327-55 "Appendix"/ p. Books published by J. Morphew & J. Woodward/ 8°.
Title, fol. A2r, 1: p.141, p.324: "Memoirs"; p.196: "Memoirs only"; p.5: "I am not writing a Romance".
Cf. L'Infortuné Napolitain, ou les avantures du Seigneur Rozelli (1708).
With an appendix leading into the year 1711.