The doting old dad, or, The unequal match betwixt a rich muckworm of fourscore and ten, and a young lass scarce nineteen. When dads thus old, whose blood is cold, young damsels seeks to wed; for their neglect, they may expect horns grafted on their head. To the tune of, All trades. This may be printed, R.P.
Printed for P. Brooksby, at the sign [of] the Golden-Ball, near the Hospita[l] gate, in West-Smithfield.,
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