John Shirley, The Triumph of Wit (1688 and later editions)
No text freely available online as of: 08/01/14
Based on Richard Head, The Canting Academy (1673)
See Coleman1, pp. 65-69
The triumph of wit, or, Ingenuity display'd in its perfection. Being the newest and most useful academy, in three parts. Part I. Containing variety of excellent poems, pastorals, satyrs, dialogues, epigrams, anagrams, acrosticks, choice letters with their answers, ... and exactest collection of choice songs. Part II. Containing the whole art and mystery of love in all its nicest intreagues and curious particulars, ... with the description & anatomy of perfect beauty. Part III. Containing the mystery and art of wheedling and canting, with the original and present management thereof, and the ends to which it serves and is employed. Illustrated with poems, songs and various intreagues in the canting language, with the explanation, &c. To which is added, Instructions for dancing with musical notes.
J. S. (John Shirley), fl. 1680-1702.
[n.p.]: Printed for Nicholas Bodington at the Golden Ball in Duck-lane, 1688.
(Details from EEBO: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A60018.0001.001)