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The fraternitye of vacabondes, by John Awdeley : ... from the edition of 1575 in the Bodleian library. A caueat or warening for commen cursetors vulgarely called vagabones, by Thomas Harman esquiere, from the 3rd edition of 1567 ... A sermon in praise of thieves and thievery, by Parson Haben or Hyberdyne, from the Landsdowne ms. 98, and Cotton Vesp. A. 25. Those parts of the groundworke of conny-catching (ed. 1592) that differ from Harman's Caueat

Title:The fraternitye of vacabondes, by John Awdeley : ... from the edition of 1575 in the Bodleian library. A caueat or warening for commen cursetors vulgarely called vagabones, by Thomas Harman esquiere, from the 3rd edition of 1567 ... A sermon in praise of thieves and thievery, by Parson Haben or Hyberdyne, from the Landsdowne ms. 98, and Cotton Vesp. A. 25. Those parts of the groundworke of conny-catching (ed. 1592) that differ from Harman's Caueat
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Note:Pub. for the Early English text society, by H. Milford, Oxford Univ. Press, 1937
  
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Subject:Rogues and vagabonds
Subject:Thieves
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