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An accurate description of Newgate. : With the rights, privileges, allowances, fees, dues, and customs thereof. Together with a parallel between the master-debtors side of the said prison, and the several sponging-houses in the county of Middlesex. Wherein are set forth, The Cheapness of Living, Civility, Sobriety, Tranquillity, Liberty of Conversation, and Diversions of the former. And the Expensive Living, Incivility, Extortions, Close Confinement, and Abuses of the latter. Together with a faithful Account of the Impositions of Bailiffs ; &c. and their vile Usage of all such Unfortunate Persons as fall into their Hands. To which is added, A true account of the parentage, birth, education, and practices of that noted Thief-Catcher Jonathan Savage. With an Account of the Methods to be used for Recovering Stollen Goods. Written for the publick good. By B.L. of Twickenham. Preview this item
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An accurate description of Newgate. : With the rights, privileges, allowances, fees, dues, and customs thereof. Together with a parallel between the master-debtors side of the said prison, and the several sponging-houses in the county of Middlesex. Wherein are set forth, The Cheapness of Living, Civility, Sobriety, Tranquillity, Liberty of Conversation, and Diversions of the former. And the Expensive Living, Incivility, Extortions, Close Confinement, and Abuses of the latter. Together with a faithful Account of the Impositions of Bailiffs ; &c. and their vile Usage of all such Unfortunate Persons as fall into their Hands. To which is added, A true account of the parentage, birth, education, and practices of that noted Thief-Catcher Jonathan Savage. With an Account of the Methods to be used for Recovering Stollen Goods. Written for the publick good. By B.L. of Twickenham.

Author: Batty Langley
Publisher: London : Printed for T. Warner, at the Black Boy in Pater-Noster-Row, 1724.
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Batty Langley
OCLC Number: 642526986
Notes: B.L. = Batty Langley.
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Price from imprint: price 1s.
Reproduction of original from Bodleian Library (Oxford).
Description: 1 online resource (iv, 70, [2] p.)

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