<<The>> Great honor of a valiant prentice being an account of his matchless manhood and brave adventures done in Turkey, and how he came to marry the King's daughter, &c. = To the tune of All you that love good fellows, &c : To the tune of All you that love good fellows, &c

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Bibliographic Details
Place, Publisher, Year S.l. Printed and sold [by Thomas Fleet] at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill, Boston [1748?]
Pages1 sheet([1] p.) 30 x 22 cm
LanguageEnglish
Additional InformationBristol, B1386. - First line: Of a worthy London prentice my purpose is to speak. - Ford, W.C. Broadsides, 875. - Printed in three columns. - Shipton & Mooney, 40458. - The New-York Historical Society copy is printed on the back of one of the Spanish indulgences bought and re-sold by Thomas Fleet in 1748, as advertised in the Boston evening-post, Nov. 7, 1748
Microform version available in the Readex Early American Imprints series
Online Accesshttps://nl.sub.uni-goettingen.de/id/aas03036932?origin=/collection/eai1
GBV - Early American imprints (ZDB-1-EAI)