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Heres Jack in a box, that will coniure the fox. Or, A new list of the new fashions now used in London. : Come who buyes Jaek [sic] in a box, that will cunjure the fox, and move them to delight ; it may serve as I may say, for to passe the time away, in the long winter night, to sit by a good fire, when the season doth require, your body to keepe warme: this booke of merriment, will yield you sweet content, and doe you no harme. This new merry booke was newly jnvented, but never before this time jmprinted. Preview this item
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Heres Jack in a box, that will coniure the fox. Or, A new list of the new fashions now used in London. : Come who buyes Jaek [sic] in a box, that will cunjure the fox, and move them to delight ; it may serve as I may say, for to passe the time away, in the long winter night, to sit by a good fire, when the season doth require, your body to keepe warme: this booke of merriment, will yield you sweet content, and doe you no harme. This new merry booke was newly jnvented, but never before this time jmprinted.

Author: L. P.
Publisher: London : Printed for Tho. Vere at the Angel without Newgate., 1657.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: L. P.
OCLC Number: 607050901
Description: 1 online resource (16 pages) : illustrations (woodcuts)
Other Titles: Heres Jack in a box, that will coniure the fox
New list of the new fashions now used in London
Responsibility: written by Laurence Price, in the moneth of October. 1656. Entered according to order.

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