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A merry dialogue between Thomas and John : In the praise, and dispraise of women, and wine. Thomas against the women doth contend, but John most stoutly doth their cause defend, young and old, read these lines that ensue, you'l all confess that which I write is true, I know no reason, but that without despute, this may as well be printed, as sung to lute. To a gallant delightful new tune, well known amongst musitioners, and in play-houses. Called, Women and wine. Preview this item
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A merry dialogue between Thomas and John : In the praise, and dispraise of women, and wine. Thomas against the women doth contend, but John most stoutly doth their cause defend, young and old, read these lines that ensue, you'l all confess that which I write is true, I know no reason, but that without despute, this may as well be printed, as sung to lute. To a gallant delightful new tune, well known amongst musitioners, and in play-houses. Called, Women and wine.

Publisher: [London] : Printed for J. Williamson, at the Sun and Bible, in Cannon street, neer London-stone, [1670 or later]
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
OCLC Number: 766882409
Notes: Verse - "Thomas. Some women are like to the wine, "
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Place and date of publication from Wing.
Description: 1 online resource (1 sheet ([1] p.)) : ill.

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