The pleasant history of John VVinchcomb in his younger yeares called Jacke of Newberie, the famous and worthy clothier of England: declaring his life and love, together with his charitable deeds and great hospitality; and how hee set continually five hundred poore people at worke, to the great benefit of the common-wealth: worthy to be read and regarded. Now the ninth time imprinted, corrected, and inlarged, by T.D.
Printed by Robert Young, and are to be sold by Cuthbert Wright,
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