The benefit of marriage. Or, The married mans good fortune, with his counsel to young batchelors. Who having tasted of that sweet content which wedlock doth afford, is fully bent to praise good women, giving them their due, yet speaks no more then what he knowes is true. Young men draw near, and buy this song, I pray, which being done, then bear it hence away, and to your sweet-hearts send it in a letter, 'twill be a means to make them love you better. To the tune of, The young mans advice
printed for E. Andrews, at the White Lion near Pye Corner,
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