The Discoveries of John Poulter

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Very proper to be read by every one, now Robberies and House-breaking are so frequent.

This Day is Published, Price only 6d.
The Discoveries of John Poulter, alias Baxter,
(who was apprehended for robbing Dr. Hancock of Salisbury, and thereupon discovered a most numerous gang of Villains) being a full account of all the Robberies he committed, and the tricks and frauds he practiced for the space of 5 Years.
Written wholly by HIMSELF.

To which he has added, for the service of the Public, to make all the amends in his power for his past offences, directions to secure Houses from being broke open. Useful cautions to Tradesmen and others who travel, to prevent their being robbed. How to prevent Horses from being stolen out of Grounds or Commons. With an exact account of the Manner in which Gamblers and other sharpers and horse-dealers, impose upon people at Fairs, &c.
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