A caueat o[r warening, for [?]] common cursetor[s vulgarely called [?]] vagabones, set forth by Tho[mas Harman, Esquier, for the [?]] vtilitie and profit of his natur[all countrey. Newly augmented and [?] en]larged by the first author [...] the tale of the second ta[...] crank, with the true [...]or, and also his puni[...] dissembling, most [...] hearer or reader [...]
Harman, Thomas, fl. 1567.

Here followeth their pelting speeche.

HEre I set before thee good Reader, the leud louse language of these leutering Luskes, and laysy Lorels, wherewith they bye and sell the common people as they passe through the countrey: whiche language they terme Peddelers Frenche, an vnknowen tounge onely, but to these bold beastly bawdy beggers, and vayne vacabonds, being halfe myngled with Englishe, when it is familiarly talked, and fyrste placing things by their proper names, as an Introduction to this pee∣uish speache.

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Naba toung.prathosen.
a head.Crashing chetesa buttocke.stampers
Nabchetteeth.stampesshoes.
a hat or cap.Hearing chetes.legges.a mofling chete
glasyersares.a castera napkin.
eyes.famblesa cloke.a belly chete
a smelling chete.handes.a ogmanan apren.
a nose.a fambling chetea coate.dudes
gana ring on thy hand.a commissionclothes.
a mouth.quaromesa shirt.a lag of dudes
a pratling chete.a body.drawersa bucke of clothes.
a slate or slatespeka house.woman.
a sheete or shetes.meate.a stauling kenthe quier cuffyn
lybbegepoppelarsa house that will re∣ceyue stollen wares.the iusticer of peace
a bed.porrage. the harmā beck
boungruff peka bowsing kenthe Constable.
a purse.baken.a ale house.the harmans
lowrea grunting che∣te or a patricos kinchena lypkenthe stockes.
money. a house to lye in.quyerkyn
mynt alybbega pryson house.
golde.a pyggea bedde.quyer cramp∣ringes
a bordea cakling cheteglymmar 
a shilling.a coke or capon.fyer.boltes or fetters.
halfe a bordea margeri praterRome bousetryning
sixe pence.a hen.wyne.hanging.
flagga roger or tyb of the buterylagchattes
a groat. water.the gallowes.
a wyna gose.a skypperthe ygh pad
a penny.a quaking chete or a red shankea barne.the high way.
a make strommellthe ruffmans
a halfepeny.a drake or a ducke.strawe.the wods or bushes
bowsegrannama gentry cofes ka smelling chete
drinke.corne.a noble or gentle∣ble mans house.a gardē or orchard crasting chetes
benea lowhing chetea gygerappels, peares, or a∣ny other fruit.
good.a Cowe.a doore. 
benshipa bleting chetebufeto fylche
very good.a calfe or sheepe.a dogge.to robbe.
quiera prauncerthe lightmansto nyp a boung.
nought.a horse.the day.to cut a purse.
a gageautemthe darkemansTo skower the crampringes
a quart pot.a Church.the night. 
a skewSalomonRome vyleto weare boltes or fetters.
a cuppe.a altar or masse.London. 
yannampatricodewse a vyleto heue a b ugh
bread.a priest.the countrey.to robbe or rifle a boweth.
cassannosegentrome mort 
cheese.a Nunne.the Queene.to cly the gerk
parama gyba gentry cofeto be whipped.
mylke.a writing.a noble or gentlemāto cut benle
lapa Iarkea gentry mortto speake gentle.
butter mylke or whey.a seale.a Noble or gentleto cut bene
 a ken  
whydds.to see.to robbe a house.a woman eatnally.
to speake or giue good words.to ouse,to prggestow you,
 to drinke.to ryde.hold your peace.
to ••tte quyer whyddes.to maundeto dup y gyger,ynge a waste
to geue euil wordsto aske or require.to open the dore.go you hence.
or euill language.to stall.to couch a hogs headto the ruffian
 to make or ordain to the Deuill.
to cutte.to canteto ly downe and slepethe ruffian cly thée.
to saye.to speake.to nygle 
to towre.to mill a kento haue to dowiththe deuill take thee.