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The life of Jonathan Wild, from his birth to his death. Containing his rise and progress in roguery; his first acquaintance with thieves; by what arts he made himself their head, or governor; his discipline over them; his policy and great cunning in governing them; and the several classes of thieves under his command. In which all his intrigues, plots and artifices are accounted for, and laid open. Intermix'd with variety of diverting stories, by H.D. late clerk to Justice R-
- H. D.
The life of Jonathan Wild, from his birth to his death. Containing his rise and progress in roguery; his first Acquaintance with Thieves; by what Arts he made himself their Head, or Governor; his Discipline over them; his Policy and great Cunning in governing them; and the several Classes of Thieves under his Command. In which all his Intrigues, Plots and Artifices are accounted for, and laid open. Intermix'd with Variety of diverting Stories. By H.D. late Clerk to Justice R----
- H. D.
The regulator: or, a discovery of the Thieves, Thief-Takers, and Locks, alias receivers of stolen goods in and about the city of London. With the thief-takers proclamation. Also An Account of all the Flash Words now in Vogue amongst the Thieves; with an Explanation of each Word. With an exact List of the Corvicts Names that was Condemn'd in the Year 1717. that now lies in Newgate to Plead to his Majesty's Transportation Pardon. By a prisoner in Newgate.
- Hitchin, Charles.