The tongue combatants, or A sharp dispute between a comical couragious country grasier, and a London bull-feather'd butchers twitling, twatling, turbulent, thundering, tempestuous, terrifying, taunting, troublesome, talkative tongu'd wife. With The comical humours of the joviall London gossips, in a dialogue between a maid a wife and a widdow, over a cup of the creature.
Printed for Andr. Thorncome, at the Dog and Glove on London-Bridge.,
|Series:||Early English books online.
|Item Description:||"The comical humours of the joviall London gossips" is In verse.|
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Imperfect: faded print.
Reproduction of original in: The National Library of Scotland.
|Physical Description:||1 online resource (, 22,  p.)|