|Title:||Alazono-Mastix: or The character of a Cockney:: in a satyricall poem. : Dedicated (as a New-years-gift) to the Apprentices of London. By Junius Anonymus, a London Apprentice.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Alazono-Mastix: or The character of a Cockney:: in a satyricall poem. : Dedicated (as a New-years-gift) to the Apprentices of London. By Junius Anonymus, a London Apprentice.
London: Printed by R.I., 1652.
Apprentices -- Humor -- England
London (England) -- Social life and customs
To the Heroicall and Magnani∣mous, the Apprentices of the City of LONDON.
The Character of a Cockney.