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"/  "To the reader" signed: S.P./ 275/  p. Text, running title: "The life, rise, and fall of the decay'd merchant"/ plates: ill. 12mo.
Source: Leven, op- en ondergang van den verdorven koopman (1682).