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An easie way to tame a shrew. Or The young plow-man's frollick. : He that a shrew would gladly tame, example take here by the same; as in this ditty you may find, fair words doth please a womans mind: and all good wives where e're you be, pray listen well to this ditty; to please you all I know not how, but yet I say, God speed the plow. To a delightful new tune; or, The collier of Croydon had coles to sell.

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[London] : Printed for P[hilip]. Brooksby, at the Golden-Ball near the Hospital-gate, in West-Smithfield., [between 1670-1696]
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1 online resource (1 sheet ([1] pages)) : illustrations (woodcuts)
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Early English books online
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Other Title:
Easie way to tame a shrew
Young plow-man's frollick
Subjects:
Ballads, English -- 17th century.
Notes:
Verse: "Be merry all you that be here ..."
Place, date of publication, and publisher's name from Wing.
Reproduction of original in the Harvard University, Houghton Library.
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1999- (Early English books online) Digital version of: (Early English books; Tract supplement ; A2:3[87]) s1999 miun s
Cited in:
Wing (CD-ROM, 1996) E110
Early English books tract supplement interim guide EBB65H[87]
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