EBBA 30557

British Library - Roxburghe
 
The Couragious Plow-man, or, The Citizens Misfortune. / Being an incouragement to all Plow-men, to exercise themselves in their Youth with a Cudgel, / that they may better know how to handle a sharper weapon, if need require. / I shall not stand the Subject to repeat, / Because the Verses do it so compleat, / To hear how meekly the Citizens came off, / I think it cannot chuse but make you laugh; / The Parties here I must forbear to name, / For fear the Author chance to bear the blame.
Date Published 1674-1679
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Imprint London, Printed for F. Coles, T. Vere, J. Wright, and J. Clark
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Page 2.83
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.8.83
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  Part 1
Title The Couragious Plow-man, or, The Citizens Misfortune. / Being an incouragement to all Plow-men, to exercise themselves in their Youth with a Cudgel, / that they may better know how to handle a sharper weapon, if need require. / I shall not stand the Subject to repeat, / Because the Verses do it so compleat, / To hear how meekly the Citizens came off, / I think it cannot chuse but make you laugh; / The Parties here I must forbear to name, / For fear the Author chance to bear the blame.
Tune Imprint To the Tune of, Dick and Nan, Or, The Tyrant.
First Lines THere was a brave Citizen / walkt forth of late,
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