The north country-taylor caught in a trap or, A fool and his money soon parted. : Being a merry composed ditty of a taylor that went up to London to seek his fortune, but he meeting with one of the city mobs, who made him believe she was a maid, but two of her companions gul'd him of thirty pound, and got all his cloaths, and gave him a few rags in their room: and like a fool he went home as he came. To the tune of Dun Vaul's delight, or, Love without measure

London : Printed for R. Burton at the Horse-shooe in West-Smith-field, 1674

Reference details