The merry Dutch miller and new invented windmill. Wherewith he undertaketh to grind all sorts of women, as the old, decreped, wrinkled, blear-ey'd, long-nosed, blind, lame, scolds, jealous, angry, poor, drunkerds whores, sluts; or all others whatsoever. They shall come out of his mill, young, active, pleasant, handsome, wise, loving, vertuous and rich; without any deformity, and just suteable to their hunbands humours. The rich for money, and the poor for nothing. Composed dialogue wise, for the recreation of all those that are inclined to be merry, and may serve to pass away an hour in a cold winter night (without any great offence) by a good fire side.
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printed by E. Crowch, for F. Coles, T. Vere, and J. Wright,
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