EBBA ID: 35795

 
An easie way to Tame a SHREW. / OR THE / Young Plow=man's Frollick, / He that a Shrew would gladly Tame, / Example take here by the same; / As in this Ditty you may find, / Fair words doth please a Womans mind: / And all good Wives where e're you be, / Pray listen well to this Ditty; / To please you all I know not how, / But yet I say, God speed the Plow.
Date Published 1672-1696 ?
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Imprint Printed for P. Brooksby, at the Golden-Ball / near the Hospital-gate, in West-Smithfield.
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Collection Beinecke Library - Michell-Jolliffe
Location Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Shelfmark 2000 Folio 6 131
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    TitleAn easie way to Tame a SHREW. / OR THE / Young Plow=man's Frollick, / He that a Shrew would gladly Tame, / Example take here by the same; / As in this Ditty you may find, / Fair words doth please a Womans mind: / And all good Wives where e're you be, / Pray listen well to this Ditty; / To please you all I know not how, / But yet I say, God speed the Plow.The second part, to the same Tune. / SHEWING, / How the Old Man married his Daughter to this Young-man. / And how the Young-man dealt with his Cross-grain'd Wife, / Yet after liv'd a sweet Contented Life.
    Tune ImprintTo a Delightful New Tune; Or, The Collier of Croydon had Coles to sell.to the same Tune.
    First LinesBE merry all you that be here, / here present in this place,I have a daughter, the old man said, / my Heir and only child,
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