An Electro-mechanism Defines the Vulgar Term, FENCER
FENCER. A woman's privities. To have a man or woman; a small silly fellow in any punishment for being the name of a case, a large or starter of a salemon, or pipe and robbing the bear to the order. To put one's shop to a brigg on his adversary, one who has a break printed into a shot or bowland, and servants are said to be burgains for the rest of the posteriors.
An Electro-mechanism Defines the Vulgar Term, SAT
SAT. Money for a large name for a horse belonging to a man or waggons, who consists in back sails of any person refusing at the people of commons, with a horse in a patrietion of the two master or correction of the highway was formerly the price of some remofes or soundly fellow, a stick. To both at his bottom of a bayer. CANT.