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The good-fellows counsel, or, The bad husbands recantation : proving by arguments both just and fit, that he which spends least money has most wit : to the tune of, Tan Tivye.

The good-fellows counsel, or, The bad husbands recantation : proving by arguments both just and fit, that he which spends least money has most wit : to the tune of, Tan Tivye.

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Good-fellows counsel
Date: [between 1680 and 1685]
Publisher: Printed for P[hilip]. Brooksby, next the Golden Ball by the Hospital-Gate in West-Smithfield,
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Description:
Verse - "I had no more wit, but was trod under feet,".
Includes the second part.
Place and publisher's name from Wing.
BEIN 2000 Folio 6 179: Mounted to 30 x 42 cm.
Physical Description:
1 sheet ([1] p.) : 2 ill. (woodcuts) ; 22 x 34 cm.
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Curatorial Area: Beinecke Library
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Object ID: 11175095
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