Aquamusæ: or, Cacafogo, cacadæmon, Captain George Wither wrung in the withers. Being a short lashing satyre, wherein the juggling rebell is compendiously finely firked and jerked, for his late railing pamphlet against the King and state, called Campo-musæ. By John Taylor

John Taylor Oxford : , Printed in the fourth yeare of the grand rebellion. 1645

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