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Teokset Teokset 1 - 10 / 33 haulle opened his house for the reception of all the cutpurses in and about the city. In....
" opened his house for the reception of all the cutpurses in and about the city. In this house was a room to learn young boys to cut purses. Two devices were hung up ; one was a pocket, the other was a purse. The pocket had in it certain counters, and was... "
The Chronicles of Newgate - Sivu 82
tekijä(t) Arthur Griffiths - 1884
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Lexicon Balatronicum: A Dictionary of Buckish Slang, University Wit, and ...

Francis Grose, George Cruikshank - 1811 - 221 sivua
...procured all the cut-purses about the city, to repair to his house; there •was a school-house set up to learn young boys to cut purses : two devices were hung up; one was a pocket, ' and another was a purse; the pocket had in it certain counters, and was hung about with hawks bells,...

Grose's Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue: Revised and Corrected ...

Francis Grose, Pierce Egan - 1823 - 242 sivua
...procured all the cut-purses about the city to repair to it; there was a school-house set up to teach boys to cut purses: two devices were hung up; one was a pocket, and another was a purse ; the pocket had in it certain counters, and was hung about with hawks bells,...

Grose's Classical Dictionary of Th Vulgar Tongue: Revised and Corrected ...

Francis Grose - 1823 - 245 sivua
...procured all the cut-purses about the city to repair to it; there was a school-house set up to teach boys to cut purses: two devices were hung up; one was a pocket, and another was a purse; the pocket had in it certain counters, and was hung about with hawks bells,...

The Every-day Book: Or Everlasting Calendar of Popular Amusements, Sports ...

William Hone - 1827
...Billingsgate ; but for some disorderly conduct it was put down. On this he began a new business, and opened his house for the reception of all the cutpurses in and about the city- In this house was a room lo learn youug boys to cut purses. Two devices were hung up ; one was a pocket, and another was a purse....

The Every-day Book and Table Book: Or, Everlasting Calandar of Popular ...

William Hone - 1835
...Billingsgate ; but for some disorderly conduct it was put down. On this he began a new business, and opened his house for the reception of all the cutpurses...purses. Two devices were hung up ; one was a pocket, and another was a purse. The pocket had in it certain counters, and was hung round with hawks' bells,...

The every-day book and table-book; or, Everlasting calendar of popular ...

William Hone - 1837
...conduct it was put down. On this he began a new business, and opened his house for the reception of Ml the cutpurses in and about the city. In this house was a room to learn young boys lo cut purses. Two devices were hung up ; one was a pocket, and another was a purse. The pocket had...

Queen Elizabeth and her times, original letters selected from the private ...

William Cecil (1st baron Burghley.) - 1838
...was a scholehowse sett up to learne young boyes to cutt purses. There were hung up two devyses, the one was a pocket, the other was a purse. The pocket had in it certain cownters, and was hung abowt with hawkes' bells, and over the top did hang a little sacring bell; and...

Queen Elizabeth and Her Times: A Series of Original Letters ..., Nide 2

Thomas Wright - 1838 - 527 sivua
...was a scholehowse sett up to learne young boyes to cutt purses. There were hung up two devyses, the one was a pocket, the other was a purse. The pocket had in it certain cownters, and was hung abowt with hawkes' bells, and over the top did hang a little sacring bell; and...

London, Nide 1

Charles Knight - 1841
...There was a school-house set up to learn young boys to cut purses. There were hung up two devices—the one was a pocket, the other was a purse. The pocket had in it certain counters, and was hung about with hawks' bells, and over the top did hang a little searing-bell ; and he that could take out...

London, Niteet 3–4

Charles Knight - 1851
...procured all the cut-purses about the City to repair to his house. There was a school-house set up to learn young boys to cut purses. Two devices were hung up ; one was a pocket, and another was a purse : the pocket had in it certain counters, and was hung about with hawk's-bells....




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