Green’s Dictionary of Slang

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An account of a great & famous scoldling-match between four remarkable scolding fish-women of Rosemary-lane, and the like number of basket-women of Golden-lane, near Cripplegate, on Monday last, upon a wager for five guinea’s (London 1699)
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Anderson, Mona A River Rules My Life (Sydney 1963)
Anderson, Nels The Hobo (Chicago 1923)
Anderson, Robert Ballads in the Cumberland Dialect (Carlisle 1805)
Anderson, Sherwood Dark Laughter (New York 1925)
Anderson, Sherwood Winesburg, Ohio (New York 1937)
Anderson, Thomas Your Own Beloved Sons (London 1956)
Anderson, William C. Adam M-1 (London 1965)
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Anderson, William C. Penelope (New York 1963)
Anderson Intelligencer (Anderson Court House, SC 1860-1914)
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‘Andom, R.’ (pseud. Alfred W. Barrett) Neighbours of Mine (London 1912)
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Andrews, Miles Peter Belphegor (London 1778)
Andrews, Miles Peter Better Late than Never (London 1790)
Andrews, Miles Peter The Election (London 1774)
Andrews, Miles Peter Fire and Water! (London 1780) [London 1790]
Andrews, Miles Peter The Mysteries of the Castle (London 1795)
A Newgate Ex-prisoner A Warning for House-Keepers (London 1676)
A New plot newly discovered, by the help of the London belman, of wicked and hellish conspiracies against the peace of this kingdom ... with a term kept in hell by Don Belzebub to try causes in that principality (London 1685)
Angelou, Maya Gather Together In My Name (New York 1974)
Anglia (citations from article on Black English in southern US) (Germany)
Anhalt, Edward; Miller, J.P. The Young Savages (Hollywood, CA 1960)
‘An Indian Officer’ How I Spent My Two Years’ Leave (London 1875)
Annals of Sporting & Fancy Gazette (London 1822-8)
Annistor Star (Anniston, AL 1919-)
Annual Register (London 1758-)
Annual Register (London 1758-)
‘A-No. 1’ (pseud. Leon Ray Livingston) The Curse of Tramp Life (Erie, PA 1912)
‘A-No. 1’ (pseud. Leon Ray Livingston) From Coast to Coast with Jack London (Erie, PA 1917)
‘A-No. 1’ (pseud. Leon Ray Livingston) Here and there with A-No. 1 (Erie, PA 1921)
‘A-No. 1’ (pseud. Leon Ray Livingston) The Mother of the Hoboes (Erie, PA 1918)
‘A-No. 1’ (pseud. Leon Ray Livingston) The Snare of the Road (Erie, PA 1916)
Anonymous A Brown Dozen of Drunkards (London 1648)
Anonymous A Canting Academy, or, the Pedlar’s-French Dictionary 12th edn (London 1741)
Anonymous A Character of London-Village (London 1684)
Anonymous A Garland of New Songs (Newcastle, UK 1790–1815)
Anonymous A Gentleman Instructed (London 1704; 9th edn London 1732)
Anonymous A Knight’s Conjuring (London 1607)
Anonymous A Litany from Geneva (London 1682)
Anonymous A Merrie Dialogue between Band, Cuffe, and Ruffe (London 1615)
Anonymous A Merry Knack to Know a Knave (London 1594)
Anonymous A Merry Song Called Love in a Barn (London 1815)
Anonymous The Amorous Miller’s Garland (Newcastle, UK 1740)
Anonymous An Essay on the Art of Strangling (London 1791)
Anonymous A New Canting Dictionary (London 1725)
Anonymous A New Merry Letany (London 1647)
Anonymous Answer to the Fifteen Comforts of Matrimony (London 1706)
Anonymous Answer to the Fifteen Comforts of Whoring (London 1706)
Anonymous A Puff at the Guinea Pigs (London 1795)
Anonymous Arden of Feversham (London 1592)
Anonymous The Art of Meditation over an House of Office (London 1726)
Anonymous The Art of Pickpocketing (London c.1810–20) [Hastings, UK 1992]
Anonymous A Treatise upon Publicans (London 1780)
Anonymous A View of London and Westminster, or the Town Spy (London 1725)
Anonymous A Yorkshire Tragedy (London 1608) [see Sturgess, William (ed.)]
Anonymous The Bang-Up Songster (London 1834)
Anonymous The Banquet of Thalia, Or, The Fashionable Songsters Pocket Memorial (London 1788)
Anonymous Batchelar’s Jovial Fellows Collection of Songs (London 1810)
Anonymous Batchelar’s Vocal Bazaar (London 1830)
Anonymous The Benefit of Farting Explained (London 1722)
Anonymous Beppo in London (London 1819)
Anonymous The Bilker Bilk’d (London 1742)
Anonymous The Black Joke (London 1834)
Anonymous The Bog-House and Glass-Window Miscellany (London 1744)
Anonymous The Boke of Mayd Emlyn (London c.1520) [see Hazlitt, William C. (ed.) Vol. IV]
Anonymous Both Sides of the Gutter (Dublin 1789)
Anonymous The Brahamian Songster (London 1815)
Anonymous Broad Arrow Jack (London 1866)
Anonymous Bryant’s Songs from Dixie’s Land (New York 1861)
Anonymous Buck’s Delight (London 1770)
Anonymous The Button Hole Garland (Newcastle, UK 1750)
Anonymous Captain Clutterbuck’s Champagne (London 1862)
Anonymous The Catterpillers of this Nation Anatomized (London 1659)
Anonymous Champagne Charley Songster (New York 1867)
Anonymous Chap Book Songs (Limerick, Ireland c.1790)
Anonymous The Character of the Beaux (London 1696)
Anonymous Cheats of London Exposed (London 1770)
Anonymous Chickens Feed Capons (London 1731)
Anonymous Chloe Surpriz’d (Dublin/London 1732)
Anonymous The Citie Matrons (London 1654)
Anonymous The Cobbler of Canterbury (London 1590)
Anonymous The Cockchafer (London 1836)
Anonymous Cocke Lorelles Bote (London 1515) [London 1843]
Anonymous Collection of English Ballads and Chapbooks (London 1733)
Anonymous Colyn Blowbols Testament (London c.1510) [see Hazlitt, William C. (ed.) Vol. I]
Anonymous Comical History of Simple John (London 1785)
Anonymous The Comic Almanack (London 1835–43)
Anonymous Comic Songs (London 1878)
Anonymous The Comic Songster and Gentleman’s Private Cabinet (London 1836)
Anonymous Confessions of an English Hachish-Eater (London 1884)
Anonymous Confessions of Lady Beatrice (London c.1900)
Anonymous The Constable’s Hue and Cry (London 1700)
Anonymous The Covent Garden Jester 2nd edn (London 1785)
Anonymous The Cuckold’s Nest (London 1837–8)
Anonymous Cythera’s Hymnal, or, Flakes from the Foreskin (London 1870)
Anonymous Danger Overhead Junkie (York, UK 1997)
Anonymous The Delicious Chanter (London 1834)
Anonymous Derby Day (London 1864)
Anonymous De Trouble Begins at Nine (London/New York 1864) [see Williams, Henry Llewellyn (ed.) Darkey Drama 1]
Anonymous Dialogue Between a Married Lady and a Maid (London 1740)
Anonymous Dialogue Between a Yorkshire Alderman and a Salamanca Doctor (London 1683)
Anonymous Dialogue Between Mistress Macquerella a Suburban Whore (London 1650)
Anonymous The Donnybrook-Fair Comic Songster (New York 1863)
Anonymous The Dublin Comic Songster (Dublin 1841)
Anonymous The English Liberal Science, or, A New-found Art and Order of Drinking (London 1650)
Anonymous The Entertaining Companion (London 1770)
Anonymous Eve Revived (London 1684)
Anonymous The Extraordinary Trial of Miss Mary Ann Ticklewig (London 1818)
Anonymous Facetiae (London 1831) (including Margate)
Anonymous Facetiae Americana (New York 1925)
Anonymous Fanny Hill’s Bang-up Reciter (London 1835)
Anonymous The Farmer of Chappaqua Songster (New York 1872)
Anonymous The Female Wits (London 1697)
Anonymous The Fifteen Comforts of Being a Maid (London 1707)
Anonymous The Fifteen Comforts of Cuckoldom (London 1706)
Anonymous The Fifteen Comforts of Matrimony (London 1706)
Anonymous The Fifteen Plagues of a Maiden-Head (London 1707)
Anonymous Fights for the Championship (London 1855)
Anonymous Five Years’ Penal Servitude (by ‘One Who Has Endured It’) (London 1877)
Anonymous The Flash Casket (London 1836)
Anonymous The Flash Chaunter (London 1834)
Anonymous The Flash Dictionary (London 1821)
Anonymous Flossie: A Venus of Fifteen (London 1902)
Anonymous Forbidden Fruit (London 1898)
Anonymous Four for a Penny, or, Poor Robin’s Character of a Pawnbroker (London 1678)
Anonymous The Frere and the Boy ed. Thomas Wright (London c.1350) [London 1836]
Anonymous The Friar and Boy, or, The Young Piper’s Pleasant Pastime (London 1750)
Anonymous The Frisky Vocalist (London 1836)
Anonymous From Fetter Lane to Gravesend (London/New York 1870) [see Williams, Henry Llewellyn (ed.) Darkey Drama 5]
Anonymous Fun Alive O! A Capital Collection of Flash, Slang, Comic and Queer Songs (London 1833)
Anonymous The Gentleman’s Bottle Companion (Edinburgh 1760) [London 1768]
Anonymous The Gentleman’s Spicey Songster (London 1841)
Anonymous The Gentleman Steeple-Chaser (London 1841)
Anonymous The Genuine Trial of Charles Drew for the Murder of His Own Father (London 1740)
Anonymous Gesta Grayorum (London 1594) [London 1688]
Anonymous The Gossips Braule (London 1655)
Anonymous The Grant Songster (Chicago 1868)
Anonymous The Green Linnet (Dublin c.1820)
Anonymous The Groundworke of Conny-Catching (London 1592)
Anonymous Hamel, Obeah Man 2 vols. (London 1827)
Anonymous Hell upon Earth or [...] History of Whittington’s Colledge (London 1703)
Anonymous Hepster’s Dictionary for Cool Kats and Jolly Dollies (San Jose, CA 1954)
Anonymous Hickscorner (London 1512)
Anonymous History of Colonel Francis Charteris (London 1730)
Anonymous The History of Jack Horner (London 1750; Falkirk, UK 1823)
Anonymous The History of Jacob and Esau (London 1568) [London 1874]
Anonymous History of Jonathan Wild (London 1725)
Anonymous History of Peter and Betteries (Edinburgh 1785)
Anonymous History of the Human Heart, or, The Adventures of a Young Gentleman (London 1749)
Anonymous History of the Remarkable Life of John Sheppard (London 1724)
Anonymous Hogan-Moganides, or, the Dutch Hudibras (London 1674)
Anonymous Holborn Drollery (London 1673)
Anonymous The Horn Book: A Girl’s Guide to the Knowledge of Good and Evil (London 1899)
Anonymous Hue and Cry After Mercurius Democritus and the wandring-whore (London 1661)
Anonymous The Humorous Songster (London 1825)
Anonymous The Humours of a Coffee-House (London 1708)
Anonymous The Humours of Glasgow Fair (Glasgow 1828)
Anonymous The Icky-Wickey Songster (London 1837)
Anonymous I, Mobster; The Confessions of a Crime Czar (London 1952)
Anonymous The Insinuating Bawd (London 1700)
Anonymous The Interlude of Youth (London c.1557) [facsimile Manchester, UK 1980]
Anonymous Irish Ballads (Monaghan Dublin, c.1790)
Anonymous Irish Songster (Monaghan Dublin, c.1788)
Anonymous Jacke Juggler (London 1562) [facsimile London 1933]
Anonymous Jack Tar’s Songster (Philadelphia/New York 1851)
Anonymous ‘Jack the Giant Queller’ (London 1819)
Anonymous Jeronimo and the Warres of Portugall (London c.1590) [London 1605]
Anonymous The Jolly Comic Songster (Philadelphia/New York 1851)
Anonymous The Jolly Old Boys Comic Song Book (Glasgow 1876)
Anonymous The Jovial Companion (London c.1790)
Anonymous The Jovial Songster (London 1800)
Anonymous The Jovial Songster (Glasgow c.1802–9)
Anonymous The Killers; A Narrative of Real Life in Philadelphia (Philadelphia 1850)
Anonymous The Knowing Chaunter (London 1835)
Anonymous The Ladies Delight (London 1732)
Anonymous The Ladies’ Evening Book of Pleasure (London 1775)
Anonymous Laugh and Be Fat, or the merry jester (London 1733)
Anonymous The Laughing Songster (Glasgow 1877)
Anonymous The Lavender Lexicon (San Francisco 1964)
Anonymous Leaves from the Diary of a Celebrated Burglar and Pickpocket (New York 1865)
Anonymous Letters by an Odd Boy (New York 1866)
Anonymous The Life and Death of Gamaliel Ratsey ed. J.P. Collier ((London 1605) in Illustrations of Old English Literature Vol. III) (London 1866)
Anonymous The life and glorious actions of the most heroic and magnanimous Jonathan Wilde, generalissimo of the prig-forces in Great-Britain and Ireland. [...] With an explanation of the most usual terms of art in the canting dialect (London 1725)
Anonymous Life of Thomas Neaves (London 1729)
Anonymous The London-Bawd (London c.1700) [London 1705]
Anonymous Long Meg of Westminster (London 1582; London 1635)
Anonymous The Lottery Jest-Book (London 1777)
Anonymous The Lover’s Harmony (London 1840)
Anonymous The Lover’s Jubilee (London 1780)
Anonymous The Lover’s Pacquet (London 1733)
Anonymous Low Life Above Stairs (London 1759)
Anonymous Luke Caffrey’s Gost (to which is added Luke Caffrey’s Kilmainham Minit) (Limerick, Ireland c.1790)
Anonymous The Lummy Chaunter (London 1833)
Anonymous The Luscious Songster (London 1834)
Anonymous Lustful Memoirs of a Young and Passionated Girl (London 1904)
Anonymous Machine, or, Love’s Preservative (London 1744)
Anonymous The Man in the Moon, discovering a World of Knavery under the Sun, with sundry memorable Accidents and strange Proceedings etc. (Nos. 2, 4) (London 1660)
Anonymous Mankind (London 1465–71)
Anonymous The Man-Midwife Unmasqu’d (London 1738)
Anonymous Marly, or, A Planter’s Life in Jamaica (Glasgow/London 1828)
Anonymous Maroccus Extaticus (London 1595)
Anonymous Marriage of Wit and Science (London 1570)
Anonymous Memoires of Monsieur Du Vall (London 1670)
Anonymous Memoirs of an Oxford Scholar (London 1756)
Anonymous Memoirs of a Voluptuary (London 1905) [New Orleans 1906]
Anonymous The Memoirs of Lafitte: the Barritarian Pirate (Providence, RI 1826)
Anonymous The Merry Devil of Edmonton (London 1608)
Anonymous The Merry Maid of Islington (London 1680)
Anonymous The Merry Melodist (London 1820)
Anonymous Merry-Thought, or, The Glass-Window and Bog-House Miscellany (London c.1731)
Anonymous The Merry Tricks of Leper the Tailor (Glasgow 1807)
Anonymous Mess Songs & Rhymes and Songs of the RAAF 1939-45 (Australia 1945) [http://www.horntip.com]
Anonymous The Midnight Rambler; or, new nocturnal spy, for the present year. Containing a complete description of the modern transactions of London and Westminster, from the hours of nine in the evening, till six in the morning (London 1770)
Anonymous The Midnight Spy (London 1766)
Anonymous The Misfortunes of Simple Simon (London 1710) [London 1780]
Anonymous Misogonus (London 1577) [see Farmer, J.S. (ed.) Six Anonymous Plays]
Anonymous Mr Mathews’ Comic Annual (London 1830)
Anonymous Mrs. Cuddle’s Bed-Room Lectures (London c.1850)
Anonymous Mundus foppensis: or, the fop display’d (London 1691)
Anonymous Mundus Muliebris, or, The Ladies Dressing-Room Unlock’d (London 1690)
Anonymous Museum of Mirth (London 1828)
Anonymous The Musical Companion (London 1765)
Anonymous Nancy Dawson’s Cabinet of Songs (London 1842)
Anonymous Nancy Dawson’s Jests (London 1761)
Anonymous Navy at Home (London 1831)
Anonymous New and Diverting Dialogue, Both Serious and Comical that passed the other day between a noted Shoemaker and his Wife (London 1790)
Anonymous New Custom (London 1573)
Anonymous New London Jester (London 1780)
Anonymous The News (Glasgow 1828)
Anonymous News from Morefields, or, Wanton wag, or, Ione go to’t (London c.1590)
Anonymous New Swell’s Night Guide to the Bowers of Venus (London 1846)
Anonymous The New York Slang Dictionary (New York 1881)
Anonymous Nice Wanton (attrib. Thomas Ingelend) (London 1560)
Anonymous The Nightly Sports of Venus (London 1785)
Anonymous The Night-Walker of Bloomsbury (London 1683)
Anonymous The Night-Walkers Declaration (London 1676)
Anonymous Nimble and Quick (London 1792)
Anonymous The Nobby Songster (London 1842)
Anonymous Nunnery Amusements (London 1786)
Anonymous Old Hunks (London/New York 1870) [see Williams, Henry Llewellyn (ed.) Darkey Drama 5]
Anonymous Only True and Exact Calendar (London c.1775)
Anonymous The Parliament of Ladies (London 1647)
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Anonymous Parsley’s Lyric Repository (London 1789)
Anonymous The Passionate Morrice (London 1593) [London 1876]
Anonymous The Patriotic Songster (London 1805)
Anonymous The Pennyless Parliament of Thread-bare Poets (London 1608)
Anonymous Pleasant History of Poor Robin (London 1820)
Anonymous The Pleasures of a Single Life (London 1701)
Anonymous The Pleasures of Coition (London 1721) [London 1742]
Anonymous The Potent Ally, or, Succours of Merryland (Paris 1741)
Anonymous Practical Part of Love (London 1660)
Anonymous Pretty Doings in a Protestant Nation (London 1734)
Anonymous Prince of Wales’ Own Song Book (London 1862)
Anonymous The Quid (London 1832)
Anonymous The Rakish Rhymer, or, Fancy Man’s Own Songster and Reciter (London c.1864)
Anonymous The Rambler’s Flash Songster (London 1838, 1865)
Anonymous Randiana (London 1884)
Anonymous Ranger’s Impartial List of the Ladies of Pleasure in Edinburgh (attrib. James Tytler) (Edinburgh 1775)
Anonymous The Ranters Last Sermon (London 1654)
Anonymous Rare and Good News for Wives in City and Country (London 1706)
Anonymous Regular Thing, And No Mistake, or, a Prime Collection of Flash Chaunts (London 1833)
Anonymous The Return from Parnassus (London 1606) [facsimile London 1912]
Anonymous The Right Way to Peace (London 1647)
Anonymous The Ri-Tum Ti-Tum Songster (London 1837)
Anonymous Robin Goodfellow, His Mad Pranks and Merry Jests (London 1628)
Anonymous Romance of Lust (London 1873-6)
Anonymous Rootle-Tum Songster (New York 1868)
Anonymous Rump Poems and Songs (London 1662)
Anonymous The Rural Lover’s Delight (Part I) (London 1770)
Anonymous Sadopaideia (Brussels/Paris c. 1907)
Anonymous Sailor’s Vocal Repository (Portsea, UK 1815)
Anonymous Sam Weller’s Favorite Song Book (London 1837)
Anonymous San Diego Sailor (New York 1970)
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Anonymous Satan’s Harvest Home (London 1749)
Anonymous The Scoundrel’s Dictionary (London 1754)
Anonymous Scourge for Poor Robin (London 1678)
Anonymous The Second Maiden’s Tragedy (London 1611)
Anonymous The Secret History of M-- P-- (London 1749)
Anonymous The Secret Songster (London 1835)
Anonymous The Sexes Mis-Match’d (London 1741)
Anonymous The Sham Beggar (London 1756)
Anonymous The Shortest-Way with Whores and Rogues (London 1703)
Anonymous The Siliad (London 1873)
Anonymous The Sinks of London Laid Open (London 1848)
Anonymous The Sins of the Cities of the Plain, or, the Recollections of a Mary-Ann 2 vols. (London 1881)
Anonymous The Slang Dictionary (expanded edn of Hotten’s Slang Dictionary 1864–70) (London 1873)
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Anonymous The Slap-Up Chaunter (London 1833)
Anonymous Slops Shave at a Broken Hone (London 1820)
Anonymous The Snares of New York (New York 1879)
Anonymous Soldiers’ Stories and Sailors’ Yarns (London 1888)
Anonymous Songs for the Army (London 1870)
Anonymous The Songster’s Companion (London 1800)
Anonymous The Songster’s Favorite (London 1780)
Anonymous The Sparkling Songster (London 1838)
Anonymous The Spirit of Fun (Glasgow 1877)
Anonymous Spy on Mother Midnight (London 1748)
Anonymous The Story of a Lancashire Thief (London 1863)
Anonymous Swell!!! or, Slap-Up Chaunter (London 1833)
Anonymous The Swell’s Night Guide (London 1846)
Anonymous Sydney Slang Dictionary (Sydney 1880)
Anonymous The Tailors’ Strike (London/New York 1870) [see Williams, Henry Llewellyn (ed.) Darkey Drama 5]
Anonymous Teague-Root Display’d (London 1746)
Anonymous Tell-Trothes New-Yeares Gift (London 1593) [London 1876]
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Anonymous Times’ Whistle (London 1616)
Anonymous Timon (London c.1600) [see Dyce, Alexander (ed.)]
Anonymous The Tinker of Turvey (London 1630)
Anonymous Tom and Jerry, A Musical Extravaganza (Dublin 1822)
Anonymous Tom Cladpole’s Jurney to Lunnun (Hailsham, UK 1844)
Anonymous The Tom-Tit Collection of Intire New Songs (London c.1750)
Anonymous Tom Tyler and his Wife (London c.1551) [ed. J.S. Farmer London 1908]
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Anonymous Trial of Treasure (London 1567)
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Anonymous Whitecross and the Bench (London 1879)
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Anonymous The Whole Proceedings of Jockey and Maggy (Edinburgh 1823)
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Anonymous Windsor Drollery (London 1672)
Anonymous The Witchcraft of Love (London 1741)
Anonymous Wit of a Woman (London 1604)
Anonymous Wit’s Cabinet (London 1700)
Anonymous The Woman Turn’d Bully (London 1675)
Anonymous The Wonder (Edinburgh c.1800)
Anonymous Wyfe lapped in Morrelles Skin (London c.1520) [see Hazlitt, William C. (ed.) Vol. IV]
Anonymous The Yankee in London (New York 1809)
Anonymous Yokel’s Preceptor (London 1855)
Anonymous The Young Coalman’s Courtship to a Creel-Wife’s Daughter (Edinburgh 1786)
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‘Anstey, F.’ (pseud. Thomas Anstey Guthrie) (ed.) Mr Punch’s Model Music Hall (London 1892)
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