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The Vulgar Tongue (Grose et al. 1811) / · Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue A dictionary of the slang of the British underworld produced in 1811. This was based on an earlier book by Francis Grose, which I have not found on-line. Francis Grose in turn may have used the 1736 dictionary of Theiving Slang which I have transcribed myself. Entries in the online edition of the 1811 dictionary have links back to the earlier work by Nathan Bailey in many cases. You might also be interested in The Antiquities of England and Wales which Captain Francis Grose also wrote. The title page of The Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue reads as follows: Lexicon Balatronicum A Dictionary of Buckish Slang, University Wit and Pickpocket Eloquence. The title, Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue, appears above the start of the definitions. I should note that Project Gutenberg also has a text transcription of this dictionary. I have not transcribed the Preface. Nearby:

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