London's glory: or, The history of the famous and valiant London-'prentice giving an account of his birth, his brave exploits in his childhood, his coming to London, and being put apprentice to a Turky merchant; the story of his love to his master's daughter; and how, going to Turky, he slew a tygar, and rescued the Great Turk's daughter; after that, killed two lions, prepared to devour him; and, gaining the Princess's love, brought her to England, marrying her in great splendor; with many other memorable things, to the honour of the famous city of London, and the whole English nation. Adorned with songs, love-letters, and verses; all very pleasant and delightful for young men and maids.
printed by W.O. and sold J. Deacon, in Giltspur-street,
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