Oates well thresh't :; Being a dialogue of country-make betwixt a farmer and his man-boy Jack, the good man, who had lost much by the grain, hears Presbyter-Jack to plead for it in vain. The tune, Which no body can deny, &c. The burden must be twice repeated.; Oates well threshed - Colenda Digital Repository
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Oates well thresh't :; Being a dialogue of country-make betwixt a farmer and his man-boy Jack, the good man, who had lost much by the grain, hears Presbyter-Jack to plead for it in vain. The tune, Which no body can deny, &c. The burden must be twice repeated.; Oates well threshed

Title:
Oates well thresh't : Being a dialogue of country-make betwixt a farmer and his man-boy Jack, the good man, who had lost much by the grain, hears Presbyter-Jack to plead for it in vain. The tune, Which no body can deny, &c. The burden must be twice repeated. Oates well threshed
Date:
1681
Format:
1 sheet ([2] p.); 31 cm.
Identifier:
y.s: s,s; r.p, e,p; (c) 1681 (A); (OCoLC)ocm54145390; (OCoLC)54145390; (PU)5433381-penndb-Voyager
Publisher:
London : Printed for R.H., 1681.
Subject:
Popish Plot, 1678 -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800.; Political satire, English -- Early works to 1800.; PU; Broadsides; England; London; 17th century.
Personal Name:
Oates, Titus,
Geographic Subject:
England -- London.
Call Number:
Mapcase EB65 A100 681o3
Collection:
Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania); English Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)