|Author:||M. P. (Martin Parker), d. 1656?|
|Title:||Harry VVhite his humour, so neare as may be set forth by M.P. In which is exprest, both earnest and jest: let honest men buy, and knaves let it lye: this is not for them, vvho vertue contemne[d].|
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2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Harry VVhite his humour, so neare as may be set forth by M.P. In which is exprest, both earnest and jest: let honest men buy, and knaves let it lye: this is not for them, vvho vertue contemne[d].
M. P. (Martin Parker), d. 1656?
Printed at London: [By T. Cotes?] for Thomas Lambert, at [the] signe of the Hors-shoo in Smithfield, 
|Alternate titles:||Harry White his humour Harry White his humour.|
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Signatures: A B4.
First and last leaves blank except for woodcut illustrations.
Imperfect; title page cropped slightly affecting text and imprint.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Harry VVhites humour.
An applause by L.P. Of the Author M.P.