A new bull-bayting: or, A match play'd at the tovvn-bull of Ely. By twelve mungrills. Viz. 4 English 4 Irish 4 Scotch doggs. Iohn Lilburn, Richard Overton, Thomas Prince, and William Walwyn, to stave and nose. With his last will and testament, and several legacies bequeathed to the Iuncto, the Councel of State, and army. Too him my dogge; ha-loe there; now hee's down: bayted to death, and forfeit to the Crown.
|Main Author:||Overton, Richard, fl. 1646.|
|Corporate Authors:||Early English Books Online.|
Nod-nol [i.e. London] :
Printed at the sign of the [Bull] by the hill on the whim-wham side of the Beare-Garden, for the good of the State,
Early English books online.
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