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The Brothers of the blade: answerable to the sisters of the scaberd. Or, A dialogue betweene two hot-spurres of the times, Serjeant Slice-man, alias Smell-smock of Coney-court in Chick-lane, and Corporall Dam-mee of Bell-alley neere Pick-hatch. : At their first meeting in the walkes in Moorefields, upon the returne of the one from the leaguer in the Low-Countries, and the late comming to London of the other from the campe in the North, at the disbanding of the army. Preview this item
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The Brothers of the blade: answerable to the sisters of the scaberd. Or, A dialogue betweene two hot-spurres of the times, Serjeant Slice-man, alias Smell-smock of Coney-court in Chick-lane, and Corporall Dam-mee of Bell-alley neere Pick-hatch. : At their first meeting in the walkes in Moorefields, upon the returne of the one from the leaguer in the Low-Countries, and the late comming to London of the other from the campe in the North, at the disbanding of the army.

Publisher: [London] : Printed for Thomas Bankes and Iohn Thomas, 1641.
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
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OCLC Number: 606661931
Description: 1 online resource (8 pages)
Other Titles: Brothers of the blade: answerable to the sisters of the scaberd
Dialogue betweene two hot-spurres of the times, Serjeant Slice-man, alias Smell-smock of Coney-court in Chick-lane, and Corporall Dam-mee of Bell-alley neere Pick-hatch

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