Rare and good news for wives in city and country or, a pleasant vindication of the marry'd women; From the many Failings laid to their Charge, by their III humour'd Husbands; and the ways and means by which they may put a stop to their several Clamours: with an excellent Secret, to prevent the most Chollerick of Husbands from ever laying Hands on his Wife. Also, how a Wife may get the upper-hand of her Husband, and so far rule the Roast, that she may easily reclaim a bad Husband, to be very good and Obedient to her in all things she can desire.
printed for E. Sawyer, in Gracious-Street,
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|Item Description:||Reproduction of original from British Library.|
|Physical Description:||8p. ; 8⁰.|
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|Place of Publication:||Great Britain -- England -- London.|