THE| LONDON JILT,| OR, THE| POLITICK WHORE| [rule]| The Second and Last Part.| [rue]| SHEWING| All the Artifices and Stra-|tagems which the Ladies of Plea-|sure make use of for the In-|treaguing and Decoying of Men;| Interwoven with several Pleasant| Stories of the Misses Ingenious| Performances.| [rule]| LONDON,| Printed for Hen. Rhodes, next door to the| Bear Tavern near Bride-lane in Fleet-street. 1683.
Attributed to Alexander Oldys by NUC pre-1956 imprints.
Source: D'Openhertige juffrouw, of d'ontdekte geveinsdheid. Mutato nomine de te fabula narratur (Leiden: Francois Vrouwaard, 1680).