This gem from 1811 is available at Project Gutenberg, and is filled (obviously) with slang, swears and insults from days of yore.
ACTIVE CITIZEN. A louse.
ADAM’S ALE. Water.
DAIRY. A woman’s breasts, particularly one that gives
suck. She sported her dairy; she pulled out her breast.
PADDY. The general name for an Irishman: being the
abbreviation of Patrick, the name of the tutelar saint of that
SPIT. He is as like his father as if he was spit out of his mouth; said of a child much resembling his father.
SUCH A REASON PIST MY GOOSE, or MY GOOSE PIST. Said
when any one offers an absurd reason.
SUCK. Strong liquor of any sort. To suck the monkey;
see MONKEY. Sucky; drunk.
A print copy is over at Amazon, but it seems to me this text has some remix potential.
A few months old, but this piece from the Awl that I must have missed about Twitter (and other social media) and local slang is worth your time.