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Title: The wandering whore continued: Num. 2: A dialogue between Magdalena, a crafty bawd, Julietta, an exquisite whore, Francion, a lascivious gallant, and Gusman a pimping hector. Discovering their diabolical practises at the Half-Crown Chuck-Office. With an additional list of the names of the crafty bawds, common whores, wanderers, pick-pockets, night-walkers, decoys, hectors, pimps and trappanners.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The wandering whore continued: Num. 2: A dialogue between Magdalena, a crafty bawd, Julietta, an exquisite whore, Francion, a lascivious gallant, and Gusman a pimping hector. Discovering their diabolical practises at the Half-Crown Chuck-Office. With an additional list of the names of the crafty bawds, common whores, wanderers, pick-pockets, night-walkers, decoys, hectors, pimps and trappanners.
Aretino, Pietro, 1492-1556. Puttana errante.

London: [s.n.], Printed in the Year 1660.
Subject terms:
Prostitutes in literature
Prostitution -- England
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A74265.0001.001

Contents
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THE WANDRING WHORE.
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A more Perfect List of the names of the Crafty Bauds, Common Whores, Wanderers, Pick-pockets, Night-Walkers, Decoys, Hectors and Trap∣panners, in and about the City, and Sub∣urbs of London.
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