The lamentation of a bad market: or, Knaves and fools foully foyled, and fallen into a pit of their own digging: wherein their late errors are lamentingly laid down by one of the brethren of that function. Snatcht from their convention table, and published to the end, that against the next time the people shall be either so mad or foolish to believe them, or trust them, they may learn more wit, and proceed more gradually, and not so much to Phaetonize.
|Main Author:||One of the brethren of that function.|
|Corporate Author:||Early English Books Online.|
printed at the charge of John Lambert, Charles Fleetwood, Arthur Hesilrig, and ̲̲̲̲Hewson the Cobler, and are to be distributed to the fainting brethren,
Early English books online.
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