Green’s Dictionary of Slang

daughter n.

1. a brothel prostitute.

[UK]Memoirs of [...] Jane D****s 123: She was above the mean practice of sending out her daughters and children (for so the bauds stile their whores) at night, in order to pickm up gallants, and bring them home.

2. a male homosexual brought into the gay world by a homosexual friend.

[US]‘Swasarnt Nerf’ et al. Gay Girl’s Guide 6: daughter: Male whom one has brought out, Used also humorously in conversation or correspondence in mock depreciation of oneself or the other party as a mother.
[US]J.P. Stanley ‘Homosexual Sl.’ in AS XLV:1/2 56: daughter n Male homosexual brought into gay society by another.

3. (UK black/W.I., also dawta) any young woman, irrespective of relationship.

[WI]Francis-Jackson Official Dancehall Dict. 13: Dawta young woman: u. dawta, yuh a seh onel/girl, you’re looking good.

SE in slang uses

In phrases

daughter of frailty (n.)

a prostitute.

[UK]Satirist (London) 1 Jan. 3/1: [He] would have offered him his bed, but that [...] was then pre-engaged by one of the ‘daughters of frailty,’ who did not feel disposed to ‘turn out’ in order to enable Mr. M. to ‘turn in’.
daughter of joy (n.) [synon. Fr. fille de joie]

(US) a prostitute.

[UK]Fifteen Real Comforts of Matrimony 8: Do you think that person was not most severely and unmercifully used by a Daughter of Joy, that when he had bargain’d with her for a nights dalliance for twenty pounds, coming to tell the mony, and finding thrteen-pence-halfpenny wanting [etc].
[UK]Nocturnal Revels I 29: She fitted up a house in elegant stile; engaged some of the first-rate filles de joye in London; employed a Surgeon.
[US]L.A. Times 2 Feb. 26/3: The blithe and fleet-footed daughters of joy, who promenade the Powell-street pavements, exude the sensuous atmosphere of the ‘Arabian knights’.