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Author: Agar, Ben, 17th cent.
Title: The lost sheepe is found: under a nevv disguisement of a yong-raw-scull'd vvit, &c. A bold adventure, a new way declared in a further imitation of more domestique boarders and schollers of the feminine gender, in vindication of a pious intention, and christian reliefe of a disconsolate husband, and three innocent young children, for the losse of an imperious revolted wife, and an ungratefull man-servant, lately departed together, or asunder, into the streights of Magellanica, or the West Indies, or some where else unknowne, to trade by their owne selfe wits or wills, in chaundry wares, or cotton-wooll, in flat opposition and dislike of so laudable and generous a designe, &c.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The lost sheepe is found: under a nevv disguisement of a yong-raw-scull'd vvit, &c. A bold adventure, a new way declared in a further imitation of more domestique boarders and schollers of the feminine gender, in vindication of a pious intention, and christian reliefe of a disconsolate husband, and three innocent young children, for the losse of an imperious revolted wife, and an ungratefull man-servant, lately departed together, or asunder, into the streights of Magellanica, or the West Indies, or some where else unknowne, to trade by their owne selfe wits or wills, in chaundry wares, or cotton-wooll, in flat opposition and dislike of so laudable and generous a designe, &c.
Agar, Ben, 17th cent.

London: printed, 1642.
Subject terms:
Desertion and non-support -- England
Child support -- England
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A75964.0001.001

Contents
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THE LOST SHEEP IS FOUND, UNDER A NEW DISGUISE∣ment of a young-raw-scull'd Wit, &c.
An humble Remonstrance to the Honourable house of Commons assembled in Parliament, for the fur∣therance and establishment of a necessary and lauda∣ble designe in hand for the publique good, but hi∣therto much hindered, molested, and impeached, by an ungracious Obstacle of an adulterate and shame∣lesse wife, &c.
The sundry and severall arguments particula∣rized in Prose and Meeter. viz.
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