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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Arthur F Kinney
|Notes:||At head of title: A new gallery of Tudor and early Stuart rogue literature exposing the lives, times, and cozening tricks of the Elizabethan underworld.
Signed by the illustrator. "Copy no. 1606."
|Description:||318 pages illustrations 26 cm|
|Contents:||A manifest detection of diceplay, by G. Walker. --
The fraternity of vagabonds, by J. Awdeley. --
A caveat for common cursitors vulgarly called vagabonds, by T. Harman. --
A notable discovery of cozenage, by R. Greene. --
The black book's messenger, by R. Greene. --
Lantern and candle-light, by T. Dekker. --
The art of juggling, by S. Rid.
|Responsibility:||Edited, with notes, from quartos of the first editions, by Arthur F. Kinney. Illustrations by John Lawrence.|