You requested books with titles with the words "Wife, yet no Wife". (Exclude extended shelves)
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- The country-mans care in choosing a wife: or, A young batchelor hard to be pleased. A wife he'l have, yet will be sure to chuse one that he loves, the rest he doth refuse; and many sorts of maids, he by hath past, being all unfit for him; until at last upon a farmers daughter he doth pitch, that's a good huswife, vertuous, neat, and rich. Tune of, I'le have one I love, &c. Or, The yellow-hair'd laddy. ([London : s.n., 1672?]) (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- Guy Earlscourt's wife, or, Wedded yet no wife [electronic resource] / (New York : Street & Smith, c1900), by May Agnes Fleming (page images at HathiTrust)
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