Attributed to John Garfield, who was imprisoned after the Restoration for writing an obscene newsbook. Cf. Williams.
Text is headed by an added caption title.
Imprints include year of publication.
Note following title: "Discovering their diabolical practises at the half-crown chuck-office. With a more perfect list of the names of the crafty bawds, common whores, wanderers, pick-pockets, night-walkers, decoys, Hectors, pimps and trappanners."
Note above imprint: Delivered to the publisher hereof by a late Hector, several deep pyemen, and decayed gamesters amongst them.
Description based on: Num. 2 ([Decemb. 5] 1660); month and day from Thomason's Ms. date of purchase on the title page.
Issue number from head of title.
Nelson and Seccombe, 668
Williams, J. B. History of English journalism to the foundation of the Gazette, p. 146
Microfilm. No. 5 (1661) Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Publications ; Oxford, England : Bodleian Photographic Service. 1993. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.