Kit Callot, called "the Queen of the Egypties", accompanied Giles Hather, King of the Gypsies and head of Regiment of Rogues in the north of England about 1528. These gypsies travelled in groups of more than a hundred men and women. They blacked their faces and practised legerdemain and fortune telling by palmistry, delighting the common people with their clothes.
- Martin Markall, Beadle of the Bridewell, London 1610, by "S.R." (usually identified as Samuel Rid)
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