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Have you any work for a cooper? Or, A comparison betwixt a cooper's, and a joyner's trade, wherein their qualities are both display'd: but still the cooper, as you here may find, the joyner does excell in ev'ry kind. The tune, The fryar and the nun, &c
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Have you any work for a cooper
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ESTC R14845 ; Verse - "The cooper, and the joyner, are two famous trades:" ; The cooper = Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of Shaftesbury the joyner = Stephen Colledge
1 sheet (2 p.) ; (1/2 sheet)
Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of, 1671-1713--Controversial literature
Colledge, Stephen, 1635?-1681--Controversial literature
Political satire, English--Early works to 1800
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Ballads. (rbgenr)
Printed Books, Huntington Digital Library
Binding signed by J. Wright. ; Narcissus Luttrell's MS. notes, price, and date: 26 Sept. 1681 Wynne sale (1796) bookplate of James Bindley (sale, 1820) bookplate of Lord Ashburton (sale, 14-17 Nov. 1900:627 bought by Denham) bought by CSmH at Frederic Robert Halsey sale (Dec. 1915)

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