Tom Dalzell also wanted "pimp" for his SLANG OF SIN. From the Public

Ledger, 29 July 1836, pg. 2, col. 4:

A parcel of vagabond scamps, some 15 or 20 in number, hooted the

defendant, calling him by the opprobrious epthet of "pimp," they being

probably aware that he lived in a house of ill fame, or perhaps suspecting