The honest VVelch-cobler, : for her do scorne to call her selfe the simple Welch-cobler: although her thinkes in all her consciences, if her had as many as would stand betweene Paules and Sharing-Crosse that her have not so much wit as her prother cobler of America yet her thinke her may have as much knavery; and though her have not so much Creek, which her holds to be heathenish; nor Hebrew, which her holds to be Shewish language; nor Latine, which is the language of Rome, yet her shall endever her selfe to reliver her selfe in as cood tialect as her can for her hait plood, for the petter understanding of all her friends and kindred, whether comro or siss, wherein her shall find variety of councells, profitable instructions, seasonable cautions, to prevent tangers that may come upon all her countrymen here; her also shall find some truth, little honesty, some wit, and a creat teale of knaverie. /

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Author / Creator:Shone, Shinkin ap.
Uniform title:Honest Welch cobler.
Imprint:[London] : Printed by M. Shinkin, printer to S. Taffie, and are to be sold at the signe of the Goat on the Welch Mountaine., 1647.
Description:8 p.
Series:Thomason Tracts ; reel 60:E.379[4]
Subject:Welsh wit and humor -- Early works to 1800.
Format: Microform E-Resource Book
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Varying Form of Title:Honest Welch-cobler
Notes:Shinkin ap Shone is a pseudonym.
Place of publication from Wing.
Annotation on Thomason copy: "March 11th 1646"; the 7 in imprint date crossed out.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Wing (2nd ed.) S3436A.
Thomason E.379[4].
Available electronically as part of Early English books online.
Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms International, 1977. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (Thomason Tracts ; 60:E.379[4]).

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