The young mans approbation against the wise fortune-teller. : Wherein he shows to all batchellors rare to chuse a wife that's civil by her hair, take not a red, nor a sandy do not chuse but flaxen or brown thy love will not abuse. Tune of, Corridons complaint. J. Wade.
- [London] : Printed by J. Lock for J. Clarke at the Bible and Harp in West-Smith-Feild, [1674?]
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