|Title:||A straunge foot-post vvith a packet full of strange petitions. After a long vacation for a good terme.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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A straunge foot-post vvith a packet full of strange petitions. After a long vacation for a good terme.
Printed at London: By E[dward] A[llde] dwelling neare Christ-Church, 1613.
"To the reader" signed: Anthony Nixon.
With a title-page woodcut.
Printer's name from STC.
Signatures: A2 B-G4.
Reproduction of a photostat of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
To the Reader.
A STRANGE FOOTE-POST, WITH A PACKET full of madde Petitions.
The harlot passeth by them.
The Baude commeth to the Harlot.
The Spendall passeth along.
The Sergeant attends on him.
The countrey Client passeth along.
The Hostler followeth him.
The old Seruingman passeth along.
An old Seruingman, a young beggar.
The widdow with the old Seruingman.
The maide gotten with childe commeth along.
The Parriter rideth after the maide with childe.
The reiected louer walketh along.
The countrey Schoolemaister commeth to the Louer.
The old woman married to a yong man commeth next.
The Clarke commeth to the old woman.
The yong woman commeth married to an old man.
The Cuckold passeth along.
The olde Souldier commeth along.
The Prentise cometh along.
The Mal-content walketh along.
The poore Scholler walketh by.
A PROSOPOPAEI A OR IMAGINED ANSWER TO THE FORMER PETITIO∣ners. by Dame Fortune