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The politick maids device; or The maidens distrust in Cupid's play. : Here counsel is to all the rest, of maidens fair, to chuse the best; and let the worst of young-men stay a while, they are apt young maidens to beguile: but if maidens will be rul'd by she, she'l fit them in their own degree: and make them spend their breath and strength, he should be an honest man that gain'd a wench. The tune is, What shall a young-woman do with an old-man, or Digby's farewell. Preview this item
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The politick maids device; or The maidens distrust in Cupid's play. : Here counsel is to all the rest, of maidens fair, to chuse the best; and let the worst of young-men stay a while, they are apt young maidens to beguile: but if maidens will be rul'd by she, she'l fit them in their own degree: and make them spend their breath and strength, he should be an honest man that gain'd a wench. The tune is, What shall a young-woman do with an old-man, or Digby's farewell.

Publisher: [London] : Printed for J. Deacon, at the Angel in Guilt-spur street without Newgate, [between 1684 and 1696]
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Genre/Form: Broadsides
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
OCLC Number: 1066500213
Notes: Place and date range of publication suggested by Wing (2nd ed.).
In verse.
First line: All maidens come hither and hearken a while.
Printed in black letter in three columns.
Reproduction of original in: National Library of Scotland--Crawford Collections.
Description: 1 online resource (1 sheet ([1] p.) :) ill. (woodcuts)
Other Titles: Maidens distrust in Cupid's play
What shall a young-woman do with an old-man, or Digby's farewell.
Digby's farewell.

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