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The Dutch rogue, or, Gusman of Amsterdam [...]. Done out of Nether-Dutch (London: sold by Sam. Smith and Hen. Rhodes, 1683).

The Dutch rogue, or, Gusman of Amsterdam, traced from the cradle to the gallows. Being the life, rise, and fall, of D. de Lebechea a decayed merchant. Containing, many eminent cheats, notorious villanies, and audacious enterprizes, with their various events. Illustrated with many copper cuts. Done out of Nether-Dutch. Published: London: printed and are to be sold, by Sam. Smith, at the Princes-Arms in St. Paul's Church-yard; and Hen. Rhodes, next door to the Bear-Tavern, near Bride-lane in Fleet-street, 1683.


frontispiece entitled "Diomedes, the Dutch rogue"/ [12] "To the reader" signed: S.P./ 275/ [1] p. Text, running title: "The life, rise, and fall of the decay'd merchant"/ plates: ill. 12mo.


{L: RB.23.a.6803}

History of Publication

Source: Leven, op- en ondergang van den verdorven koopman (1682).link