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The saint turn'd curtezan: or, A new plot discover'd by a precious zealot, of an assault and battery design'd upon the body of a sanctify'd sister, &c. Who in her husband's absence, with a brother did often use to comfort one another; till wide-mouth'd Crop, who is an old Italian, took his mare napping and surpriz'd her stallion: who 'stead of entertainment from his mistris, did meet a cudgelling not match'd in hist'ries. To the tune of the Quakers Ballad: or, All in the land of Essex.

Publication:
[London] : Printed for the use of the Protestant-Cobler in Pell-Mell, [1681?]
Format/Description:
Book
1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 30 cm.
Fingerprint:
r?t, otr, s,n. lss, (c) 1681 (Q)
Subjects:
Harris, Benjamin, d.1716? -- Anecdotes.
Harris, Ruth.
Form/Genre:
Broadsides -- England -- London -- 17th century.
Place of Publication:
England London.
Notes:
Place and date of publication from Wing.
In two parts.
On the radical printer, Benjamin Harris, discovering his wife Ruth's infidelity.
Printed in two columns.
Verse; begins "All in the zealous city,".
Penn Chronology:
1681?
Cited in:
Wing (2nd ed.), S359
Pforzheimer, 99
ESTC, R202035
Contributor:
Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
English Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
OCLC:
15606084
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