Études de philologie comparée sur l'argot et sur les idiomes analogues parlés en Europe et en Asie (Google eBook)

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Page 160 - L'ay esprouvé, et vous compteray bien, Si vous voulez, comme vint la besongne. J'avois un jour un vallet de Gascongne, Gourmand, ivrongne, et asseuré menteur, Pipeur, larron, jureur, blasphémateur, Sentant la hart...
Page 128 - Gens de bien, Ouvrez vos yeux, voyez, y at-il rien? — Non, dit quelqu'un des plus près regardans. — Et, c'est, dit-il, le diable, oyez-vous bien, Ouvrir sa bourse et ne voir rien dedans.
Page 464 - THE SCOUNDREL'S DICTIONARY OR, AN EXPLANATION OF THE CANT WORDS used by THIEVES, HOUSEBREAKERS, STREET ROBBERS, and PICKPOCKETS about Town. TO WHICH ARE PREFIXED Some CURIOUS D1SSERTAT1ONS on the ART of WHEEDLING, AND A Collection of their FLASH SONGS, with a PROPER GLOSSARY.
Page 128 - II leur desploie , et leur dit : Gens de bien , Ouvrez vos yeux; voyez, y at-il rien? Non , dit quelqu'un des plus près regardans.
Page 464 - To which is added, a Collection of Songs in the Canting Dialect, with a Dictionary explaining all the Burlesque and Canting Terms used by the several Tribes of Gipsies, Beggars, and other Clans of Cheats and Villains.
Page 461 - Post. Law. Ned Bro. Catch, and Blacke Robins Kindnesse. With the merry Conceits of Doctor Pinch-backe a notable Makeshift. Ten times more pleasant than any thing yet published of this matter. BLACK LETTER. Small 410. Fine Copy in full calf, ge London, Printed for Francis Williams, 1626.
Page 457 - The Groundworke of Conny-catching : the manner of their Pedlers-French, and the meanes to understand the same, with the cunning slights of the Counterfeit Cranke.
Page 459 - The Belman of London. Bringing to light the most notorious villanies that are now practised in the Kingdome.
Page xii - ... et quand les hubins la sentent, ils ne leur disent rien, au contraire , font fête à ceux qui la trollent. Et après , ils leur apprennent à faire dix mille tours , comme le porte le docteur Fourette , en son livre de la vie des gueux, où il rapporte plusieurs histoires, entre lesquelles est celle-ci : « Il y avait en un certain tourniquet , un gribis qui ne ADDITION AU DICTIONNAIRE.
Page 463 - HELL UPON EARTH; OR THE MOST PLEASANT AND DELECTABLE HISTORY OF WHITTINGTON'S COLLEDGE, OTHERWISE (VULGARLY) CALLED NEWGATE. Giving an Account of the HUMOURS of those COLLEGIANS who are strictly examined at the OLD BAILY, and take their highest Degrees near HYDE PARK CORNER. Being very useful to all Persons, either Gentle or Simple, in shewing them the Manner of the ROBBERIES and CHEATS, committed by Villains on the Nation: whereby they may be the more careful of being wronged by them for the future....

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