The couragious plow-man, or, The citizens misfortune. Being an incouragement to all plow-men, to exercise themselves in their youth with a cudgel, that they may the better know how to handle a sharper weapon, if need require. I shall not stand the subject to repeat, because the verses do it so compleat, to hear how meekly the citizens came off, I think it cannot chuse but make you laugh; the parties here I must forbear to name, for fear the author chance to bear the blame. To the tune of, Dick and Nan, or, The tyrant.
Printed for F. Coles, T. Vere, J. Wright, and J. Clark,
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