Samuel Rid

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Samuel Rid, known by the nom de plume S. R., was the author of The Art of Jugling or Legerdemaine (1612), an apparent sequel to Martin Markall, Beadle of the Bridewell (1608 or 1610), which, although sometimes attributed to Samuel Rowlands, Rid is also likely to have authored.[1][2] Martin Markall recounts a history of rogues and Gypsies in England,[3] while the second book describes the legerdemain practiced by those two loosely aligned groups.[4]

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  1. ^ Mayall, David (Oct 9, 2003). Gypsy Identities 1500-2000: From Egipcyans and Moon-men to the Ethnic Romany. Routledge. p. 69. 
  2. ^ Reynolds, Bryan (Apr 1, 2003). Becoming Criminal: Transversal Performance and Cultural Dissidence in Early Modern England (Google eBook). JHU Press. p. unnumbered. 
  3. ^ Aydelotte, Frank (2013). Elizabethan Rogues and Vagabonds (5th ed.). Routledge. p. unnumbered. 
  4. ^ "Gypsies in England". Notes and Queries (London: George Bell). Eleventh (287): 326. April 28, 1855. 

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