The English Rogue Reviv'd.| [rule]| OR, THE| LIFE| OF| William Fuller,| Cheat-Master-General| OF| Great Britain.| WHEREIN| Is set forth a true Account of his mean Birth| and Parentage; his being put Prentice to a| Coney-Wool-Cutter in Shoe-Lane; his being a| false Evidence against several Persons, his Suf-|ferings in Bridewel, where he was Whipt, and| beat Hemp; his Exalation in the Pillory;| his Intrigues in the Kings-Bench Prison, and| all his most Notorious Cheats committed| both in Town and Country, as well as in Hol-|land: True Copies of his Original Letters,| written in a Villanous Style, to Cheat all Mankind; with his whole Tryal and Con-|viction for some late Cheats, at Justice-Hall| in the Old-Baily, on Saturday the 14th of Sep-|tember, 1717.| [rule]| LONDON: Printed by H. P. for John| Morphew, near Stationers-Hall. 1718.
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p.: "our Discourse".
Fuller, a butcher's son of Kent (he can also read and write), makes his living as a cheat. His loosing an eye at pilory, and his nose being seriously deformed in the course of events (things our hero notes with the indifference of any comical hero), does not stop his career. Even with his face deformed he can pose in the most respectable positions to commit his frauds.