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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)The run-awyaes [sic] answer to a booke called, A rodde for runne-awayes. In vvhich are set downe a defense for their running, with some reasons perswading some of them neuer to come backe. The vsage of Londoners by the countrey people; drawne in a picture, artificially looking two waies, (foorth-right, and a-squint:) with an other picture done in lant-skipp, in which the Londoners and countrey-men dance a morris together. Lastly, a runne-awaies speech to his fellow run-awaies, arming them to meete death within the listes, and not to shunne him.Date of publication:
1625Author(s):Description:Dedication signed: B.V. S.O T.O. A.L. V.S. The first word in the title is printed xylographically. Place of publication and printer's name from STC. Answers: Dekker, Thomas. A rod for run-awayes (STC 6520). Signatures: ...This item contains 4 files (743.88 KB).Publicly Available