Youths safety: or, Advice to the younger sort, of either sex More valuable than gold. Laying open the wicked practices of the town-shifts, sharpers, sharks, beau's, sweeteners, rakes, intreaging town-jilts, to cheat, ruin and disgrace gentlemen, shop-keepers, apprentices, gentlewomen, servant-maids, &c. Serious reflections and good counsel, how they may know them, and avoid their snares. With their knavish-practices in gaming, and other matters worthy of note. By observation whereof, persons of either sex, may raise their fortunes. By J.W.
Sold by E. Whitlock, near Stationers-Hall,
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