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Browse All : A notable discouery of coosenage. : Now daily practised by sundry lewd persons, called connie-catchers, and crosse-byters. Plainely laying open those pernitious sleights that hath brought many ignorant men to confusion. Written for the general benefit of all gentlemen, citizens, aprentises, countrey farmers and yeomen, that may hap to fall into the company of such coosening companions. With a delightfull discourse of the coosnage of colliers. By R. Greene, Maister of Arts.

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A notable discouery of coosenage. : Now daily practised by sundry lewd persons, called connie-catchers, and crosse-byters. Plainely laying open those pernitious sleights that hath brought many ignorant men to confusion. Written for the general benefit of all gentlemen, citizens, aprentises, countrey farmers and yeomen, that may hap to fall into the company of such coosening companions. With a delightfull discourse of the coosnage of colliers. By R. Greene, Maister of Arts.
A notable discouery of ...
1592
STC 12280
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Source Creator
Greene, Robert, 1558-1592, author.
Source Title
A notable discouery of coosenage. : Now daily practised by sundry lewd persons, called connie-catchers, and crosse-byters. Plainely laying open those pernitious sleights that hath brought many ignorant men to confusion. Written for the general benefit of all gentlemen, citizens, aprentises, countrey farmers and yeomen, that may hap to fall into the company of such coosening companions. With a delightfull discourse of the coosnage of colliers. By R. Greene, Maister of Arts.
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1592
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STC 12280
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