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The cloath-worker caught in a trap, or, A fool and his mony soon parted : being a true relation of a cloath worker, dweelling [sic] in Thames-street who was wished by an old woman to a maid near Pauls church-yard, perswading him she had money at use, being a meer plot of the maiden and she to cheat him of his money, knowing him to be none of the wisest, cheated him of forty pound : if you will know them give good ear, the merriest jest that e'er you did hear : the tune is, How now jocky whither away. Or the tyrant.

The cloath-worker caught in a trap, or, A fool and his mony soon parted : being a true relation of a cloath worker, dweelling [sic] in Thames-street who was wished by an old woman to a maid near Pauls church-yard, perswading him she had money at use, being a meer plot of the maiden and she to cheat him of his money, knowing him to be none of the wisest, cheated him of forty pound : if you will know them give good ear, the merriest jest that e'er you did hear : the tune is, How now jocky whither away. Or the tyrant.

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Cloath-worker caught in a trap
Date: [1670]
Publisher: printed for W. Thackeray. T. Passenger, and W. Whitwood,
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Description:
Verse - "Good people I'll tell you now of a fine jest,".
Date of publication from Wing.
BEIN 2000 Folio 6 254: Mounted to 30 x 42 cm.
Physical Description:
1 sheet ([1] p.) : 3 ill. ; 22 x 35 cm.
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