The Muse of New-market, Or, Mirth and Drollery, Being Three Farces Acted Before the King and Court at New-market

The Muse of New-market, Or, Mirth and Drollery, Being Three Farces Acted Before the King and Court at New-market

Viz. The Merry Milkmaid of Islington, Or, The Rambling Gallants Defeated : Love Lost in the Dark, or the Drunken Couple : The Politick Whore or the Conceited Cuckhold

Unknown - 1680
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Publisher: London : Printed for Dan. Browne at the Black Swan and Bible without Temple-Bar, Dan. Major at the Hand and Scepter over against S. Dunstan’s Church in Fleetstreet, and James Vade at the Cock and Sugar Loaf near S. Dunstan’s Church in Fleetstreet, 1680
Branch Call Number: G.3977.78
Characteristics: [4], 61, [3] p. ; (4to)

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