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The scolding wife to a pleasant new tune.

[London] : Printed for P[hilip]. Brooksby at the Golden Ball in Pye-Corner, [1670-1696] Great Britain England London.

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The Scotch lasses constancy or Jenny's lamentation for the loss of Jockey: who for her sake was vnfortunately kill'd by Sawney in a duel. Being a most pleasant new song, to a new tune.

Thomas D'Urfey, 1653-1723.

[London] : Printed for P[hilip]. Brooksby in Pyecorner, [between 1672 and 1696] Great Britain England London.

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The father's wholsome admonition: or, A lumping pennyworth of good counsel for bad husbands. To the tune of Grim king of the ghosts. Licensed according to order.

[London] : Printed for P. Brooksby, J. Deacon, J. Blare, J. Back, [1683 - 1696] Great Britain England London.

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The down-right country-man; or, The faithful dairy-maid· ut [sic] mind how country lads do boast, whilst Londoners are blam'd, and country lasses praised most, while ours are wags proclaim'd. The tune is, Hey boys up go we: or, Busie fame.

[London] : Printed for P[hilip]. Brooksby, at the Golden-Ball, near the Hospital-gate, in West-Smithfield, [1670-1696] Great Britain England London.

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The dyers destiny: or, the loving wife's help in time of need. Two trades is better far than one, sweet husband, then, said she; then if thou wilt let me alone, I'll be a help to thee. To the tune of, Why are my eyes still flowing, &c. This may be printed, R.P.

[London] : Printed for J[osiah]. Blare, at the Looking-Glass on London Bridge, [1683-1706] Great Britain England London.

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The two faithful lover's tragedy, shewing, how a young London merchant fell in love with a Dutch lady, and being hindred by their covetous parents they both dyed for love. To the tune of Hope farwel.

[London] : Printed for J. Conyers, at the Black-Raven in Holborn, [after 1692] Great Britain England London.

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An excellent example to all young-men: being, a dialogue betwixt youth, and conscience, and Satan, the sole enemy of mankind. But conscience, whose powerful arguments so prevailed with youth, that he resolved to forsake sin and vice, and to imbrace vertue and true piety.

London : printed by M. H[aly]. and J. M[illet]. and are to be sold by J. Deacon, at the sign of the Angel in Guilt-spur-Street, without Newgate, 1684. Great Britain England London.

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The good wives fore-cast, or, the kind and loving mothers counsel to her daughter after marriage. My daughter dear I pray give ear, this lesson I have learn'd, I'll tell to you, you'l find it true, a penny sav'd, is earn'd. Tune of, Why are my eyes, still flow----ing, &c This may be printed, R.P.

[London] : Printed for J[onah]. Deacon at the Angel in Guilt-spur-street, without Newgate, [1671-1704] Great Britain England London.

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