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Page 160 - THE SCOUNDREL'S DICTIONARY OR, AN EXPLANATION OF THE CANT WORDS used by THIEVES, HOUSEBREAKERS, STREET ROBBERS, and PICKPOCKETS about Town.
Page 91 - Errors of Pronunciation and Improper expressions used frequently and chiefly by the Inhabitants of London ; to which are added those in similar use chiefly by' the Inhabitants of Paris. Post 8vo, pp. 84. London, 1817. THACKERAY, "WM Ballads ; London, Bradbury and Evans, 1855. See Ballads of Policeman X, p. 106 ; and other Specimens. See also ' The Pickwick Papers,' ' Oliver Twist,' ' Sketches by Boz,' &c., &c., by CHARLES DICKENS.
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Page 8 - The Complete English Dictionary, explaining most of those hard words which are found in the best English writers. By a Lover of Good English and Common Sense. NB — The Author assures you he thinks this is the best English dictionary in the world.
Page 50 - The Vocabulary of East Anglia, an attempt to record the vulgar tongue of the twin sister Counties, Norfolk and Suffolk, as it existed in the last twenty years of the Eighteenth Century, and still exists ; with proof of its antiquity from Etymology and Authority, by the Rev.
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Page 13 - Glossary ; or a Collection of "Words, Phrases, Names, and Allusions to Customs, Proverbs, &c., which have been thought to require Illustration in the Works of English Authors. By RGBERT NAB.ES, Archdeacon. 4to. London, 1822. *- Nares (Archdeacon). A Glossary, or Collection of Words, Phrases, Customs, Proverbs, &c., illustrating the works of English Authors, particularly Shakespeare and his contemporaries.