The canting academy, or, The devils cabinet opened wherein is shewn the mysterious and villanous practices of that wicked crew, commonly known by the names of hectors, trapanners, gilts, &c. : to which is added a compleat canting-dictionary, both of old words, and such as are now most in use : with several new catches and songs, compos'd by the choisest wits of the age ...
Head, Richard, 1637?-1686?
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A Court of Canters

Save my life and take all
Tip your 〈◊〉 or Ile illy on
I will Revenge
an easie mort
I was huedin the Naskin
Claying the Lung
a prigam of prancers
Ile smoke yt Iacka
Ile wap your bite
Kinchen 〈◊〉 ye〈◊〉