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An answer to a late insolent libel, entituled, A discovery of the conduct of receivers and thief-takers, in and about the city of London ; presumptuously Dedicated to the Lord Mayor, Aldermen and Common Council. Written by Cs Hn. Wherein is prov'd in many particular instances, who is originally the grand thief-taker ; that a certain author is guilty of more flagrant crimes, than any Theif-Taker mention'd in his Nonsensical Treatise ; and that he has highly Reflected on the Magistracy of the City, in the said Scandalous Pamphlet. Set forth in several Entertaining Stories, Comical Intrigues, merry Adventures, particularly of the Ml and his Man the Buckle-Maker. With a Diverting Scene of a Sodomitish Academy Preview this item
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An answer to a late insolent libel, entituled, A discovery of the conduct of receivers and thief-takers, in and about the city of London ; presumptuously Dedicated to the Lord Mayor, Aldermen and Common Council. Written by Cs Hn. Wherein is prov'd in many particular instances, who is originally the grand thief-taker ; that a certain author is guilty of more flagrant crimes, than any Theif-Taker mention'd in his Nonsensical Treatise ; and that he has highly Reflected on the Magistracy of the City, in the said Scandalous Pamphlet. Set forth in several Entertaining Stories, Comical Intrigues, merry Adventures, particularly of the Ml and his Man the Buckle-Maker. With a Diverting Scene of a Sodomitish Academy

Author: Jonathan Wild
Publisher: London : Printed for Tho. Warner, at the Black-Boy in Paternoster-Row, 1718.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jonathan Wild
OCLC Number: 642147920
Notes: Signed p.43: Jonathan Wild.
C---s H---n = Charles Hitch, the author of 'A true discovery of the conduct of receivers'.
Price from imprint: price Six-Pence.
Reproduction of original from Harvard University Houghton Library.
Description: 1 online resource ([4],44 p.)

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