Mirt[h] in abundance Set forth and made manifest in many jests, upon severall occasions, full of wit and truth. Contriv'd to relieve the melancholy, and rejoyce the merry; to expell sorrow, and advance jollity. All of them new and noble, free from rayling baudery, blasphemy, or incivility. Collected and set together by a lover of lawfull mirth, and true hearted society

London : printed for Francis Grove, neare the Sarazens-Head on Snow-hill, 1659

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