The honour of the gentle craft [microform] : a discourse of mirth and wit to the renown of those two princes Crispine and Crispianus, and all the true lovers thereof : the last and best part being a most merry and pleasant history not altogether unprofitable, nor any way hurtful : and for the glory of the gentle craft, let all men say that a shoemakers son is a prince born / by T.D. ; with a new merry song in the praise of the gentle craft, and to be sung by them every morning on the 25th day of October.
- London : Printed by G.P. for I. Andrews ..., 1660.
62 p. : ill.
- Newly corrected : with several pieces added for the benefit of the reader which was never heretofore publish'd or printed.
- Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 1459:14.