Blackguardiana: or, A dictionary of rogues ... Illustrated with eighteen portraits of the most remarkable professors in every species of villainy. Interspersed with many curious anecdotes, cant terms, flash songs, &c., the whole intended to put society on their guard against depredators; and was picked up by an inhabitant of St. James's, who was a spectator of a grand scuffle, on a Birth-day night. Copied for the inspection of the curious; and the original ready to be returned (on describing the binding, &c.) to the loser.
|Main Author:||Caulfield, James, 1764-1826.|
[London] Printed for J. Shepherd 
1 v. (unpaged),
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