EBBA ID: 34434

Houghton Library - Bute 3.39
 
DANGERFIELDs Dance. / Giving an Account of several Notorious Crimes by him Committed; VIZ. / He pretended to be a DUKE, / And feigned Himself to be MONMOUTH, / With several other PRANKS: For which he was Sentenced / To Stand in the Pillory, to be VVhip'd at the Carts Arse, and to be sent back to Prison.
Date Published 1685
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Imprint London, Printed by J.M. in the Year MDCLXXXV:
License This may be Printed, July 2. 1685. R.L.S. Entred according to Order.
Collection Houghton Library - Bute
Page 3.39
Location Houghton Library
Shelfmark EB65.A100.B675b v.3 no.B39
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Title DANGERFIELDs Dance. / Giving an Account of several Notorious Crimes by him Committed; VIZ. / He pretended to be a DUKE, / And feigned Himself to be MONMOUTH, / With several other PRANKS: For which he was Sentenced / To Stand in the Pillory, to be VVhip'd at the Carts Arse, and to be sent back to Prison.
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First Lines IT is no Wonder in this Crittick Age, / To see Offenders mounted on the Stage,
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