The Thirde & Last Part of Conny-Catching: With the New Devised Knauish Art of Foole-Taking. The like Cosenages and Villenies Neuer before Discouered. A Dispvtation between a Hee Conny-Catcher and a Shee Conny-Catcher

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To all Gentlemen, Marchants, Apprentises, and Countrey Farmers health.

GENTLEMEN, Countrey men, and kinde friends, for so I value all that are honest and enemies of bad actions, although in my bookes of Conny-catching I haue discouered diuers formes of cosonings, and painted out both the sacking and crosbyting lawes, which strumpets vse, to the destruction of the simple, yet willing to search all the substance, as I haue glauncst at the shadow, & to enter into the nature of villanie, as I haue broacht vp the secretes of vice, I haue thought good to publish this Dialogue or disputation, betweene a hee Conny-catcher, and a shee Conny-catcher, whether of them are most preiuditiall to the Common-wealth, discoursing the base quallities of them both, and discouering the inconuenience that growes to men, through the lightnes of inconstant wantons, who being wholy giuen to the spoyle, seeke the ruine of such as light into their companie. In this Dialogue, louing Countrymen, shall you finde what preiudice ensues by haunting of whore-houses, what dangers grows by dallying with common harlottes, what inconuenience followes the inordinate pleasures of vnchast Libertines, not onely by their consuming of their

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