Prostitution England Humour Early Works To 1800 : A dialogue between Mistris Macquerella, a suburb bawd, Ms Scolopendra, a noted curtezan, and Mr Pimpinello an usher, &c. : Pittifully bemoaning the tenour of the Act (now in force) against adultery and fornication.
Prostitution England London Humour : Strange & true nevves from Jack-a-Newberries six windmills, or, The crafty, impudent, common-whore (turned bawd) anatomised : and discovered in the unparralleld practises of Mris Fotheringham ... with five and twenty orders agreeed upon by consent of Mris Creswell, Betty Lawrence ... with divers others for establishing thereof / published by way of admonition to all persons to beware of that house of darkness ... by Peter Aretine, cardinall of Rome [pseud.]; Aretine, Peter.
Prostitution England London Humour Early Works To 1800 : The sisters of the scabards holiday: or, a dialogue between two reverent and very vertuous matrons, Mrs. Bloomesbury, and Mrs. Long-Acre her neare neighbour. : Wherein is discoursed how terrible, and costly the civill law was to their profession; and how they congatulate [sic] the welcome alteration.
Prostitution England Sermons : An account of the rise, progress, and present state of the Magdalen Hospital, for the reception of penitent prostitutes [electronic resource] : together with Dr. Dodd's sermons : to which are added, the advice to the Magdalens : with the psalms, hymns, prayers, rules, and list of subscribers.; Dodd, William,
Prostitution England Westminister London England : An appeal to the virtue and good sense of the inhabitants of St. Martin in the Fields [electronic resource] : and the other parishes ... on the subject of prostitutes walking the streets.; Smith, Frederick,