EBBA ID: 35999

 
The Trappan'd Taylor: / OR, / A Warning to all Taylors to beware how they Marry. / Shewing how a Begger-wench being insinuated into a house of Bawdery, was suddenly transformed out / of Rags into silks, flanting it each day with Gallants, (yet passing for a Maid.) A Taylor living hard by, / fell deep in love with her person, and afterwards married her, which was no sooner done, but the old / Bawd disrob'd her of the rich attire, and put on the Raggs which she brought with her; to the great / discontent of our Mousieur Starveling.
Date Published 1674-1679 ?
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Imprint printed for F. Coles, T. Vere, [J. Wright, and] J. Clarke.
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Collection Beinecke Library - Michell-Jolliffe
Location Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Shelfmark 2000 Folio 6 245
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      Part 1
    Title The Trappan'd Taylor: / OR, / A Warning to all Taylors to beware how they Marry. / Shewing how a Begger-wench being insinuated into a house of Bawdery, was suddenly transformed out / of Rags into silks, flanting it each day with Gallants, (yet passing for a Maid.) A Taylor living hard by, / fell deep in love with her person, and afterwards married her, which was no sooner done, but the old / Bawd disrob'd her of the rich attire, and put on the Raggs which she brought with her; to the great / discontent of our Mousieur Starveling.
    Tune Imprint To the Tune of, How many Crowns and pounds have I spent, &c.
    First Lines I'Le sing a Son, and a dainty brave Song, / it's neither of Seaman nor Saylor;
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