A new dialogue between Dick of Kent, and Wat the Welch-man. [microform] : Filled up with many pretty conceits, written and printed on purpose to make folks merry in time of sadnesse

By Laurence Price. This new conceited book will move delights, and serve to passe away some dolesome dayes, also the tedious melancholy nights, for in the same is many a pretty phrase. No harm at all is in't but mirth and joy, then buy it first, then bear't with you away.
London, : Printed for John Andrews at the White Lyon in the Old-Baily., 1654.
Physical description
[4], 10, [2] p.
Thomason Tracts ; 191:E.1487[4].

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