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Black-letter Broadside Ballads Of The years 1595-1639

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CONTENTS
A STATUTE FOR SWEARERS AND DRUNKARDS (1624). (Pepys, 1, 214)
189
A MERRY NEW CATCH OF ALL TRADES (1624?). (Pepys, 1, 164)
196
NEWS OUT OF EAST INDIA (1624). (Pepys, 1, 94)
200
A PLEASANT NEW BALLAD, BOTH MERRY AND WITTY, THAT SHEWETH THE HUMOURS OF THE WIVES IN THE CITY (1625?). (Pepys, 1, 376)
207
THE TWO WELSH LOVERS (1625?). By Martin Parker. (Pepys, 1, 270)
212
NEWS GOOD AND NEW, TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE (1625?). (Pepys, 1, 210)
217
THE CRIES OF THE DEAD (1625 ?). (Pepys, 1,116)
222
A PROVERB OLD, YET NE'ER FORGOT, 'TIS GOOD TO STRIKE WHILE THE IRON'S HOT (1625?). By Martin Parker. (Pepys, 1, 386)
229
THE WIVING AGE (1625?). By Martin Parker. (Pepys, 1, 384)
234
THE CUNNING AGE (1626?). By John Cart. (Pepys, 1, 412)
239
THE CHEATING AGE (1626?). By William Cooke. (Pepys, 1, 158)
244
THE LIFE AND DEATH OF MR GEORGE SANDYS (1626). (Pepys, 1, 128)
248
JOHN SPENSER, A CHESHIRE GALLANT, HIS LIFE AND REPENTANCE (1626?). By Thomas Dickerson. (Pepys, 1, 114)
256
NOBODY'S COUNSEL TO CHOOSE A WIFE (1626 ?).
(Pepys, 1, 382)
263
EVERY MAN'S CONDITION (1627?). By Ll. Morcan. (Pepys, 1, 220)
270
THE TRAGEDY OF DR LAMB (1628). By Martin Parker. (Pepys, 1, 134)
276
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