The gowlin: or, a pleasant fancy for the spring Being a brisk encounter betwixt a Scotch leard, and a buxome begger-wene he captivated was at the first sight, not with her gay attire, but beauty bright: he woo'd and won her for to serve his will, yet he's a leard, and she a begger still. To a new play-house tune: or, See the gowlin my Jo, &c. With allowance.
Printed for F. Coles, T. Vere, J. Wright, and J. Clarke,
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