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Title: The Hangmans joy, or The traytors sorrow.: Being a very merry dialogue, between the hang-man, and the haltermaker. Together with some verses, found in the rolls of the pretended High Court of Justice. With an epitaph on those traytors, that murthered the king. Delightful and pleasant, with witty expressions, and if rightly understood.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The Hangmans joy, or The traytors sorrow.: Being a very merry dialogue, between the hang-man, and the haltermaker. Together with some verses, found in the rolls of the pretended High Court of Justice. With an epitaph on those traytors, that murthered the king. Delightful and pleasant, with witty expressions, and if rightly understood.
London: Printed for John Andrews, at the white-Lyon neer Py-Corner, [1660]
Subject terms:
Regicides -- England
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A87063.0001.001

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THE Hangmans Ioy. OR THE Traytors Sorrow. BEING, A very merry Dialogue, between the Hangman and the Halter-maker.