No place: no stated publisher, n.d. [19th century?]. Unbound sheet. I have no idea why, by whom, or for whom, this piece of muleteer humor was made. Probably a piece of amateur printing.
One leaf, folded once to make four panels. On the first panel is a hand-colored woodcut (or engraving) of two mules in conversation. Beneath them is the verse headed When Shall We Three Meet Again?
"When shall we three meet again?" | You cry, my long-eared dears; | When girls prove mules to meet such men, |They must be muly tears (muleteers).
The other three panels are blank. Folded, 7 x 10 inches. Smudged; old fold creases. Can be sent outside the US for less than the default shipping rate. Good +. Item #30037