The woman warrier: being an account of a young woman who lived in Cow-Cross, near West-smithfield; who changing her apparel entered her self on board, in quallity of a soldier, and sailed to Iceland, where she valliantly behaved her self, particularly at the siege of Cork, where she lost her toes and received a mortal wound in her body, of which she since dyed in her return to London. To the tune of Let the soldiers rejoice. Licensed according to order.
Printed for Charles Bates next to the Crown Tavern in West-smith field.,
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