Wit never ought, till it be bought

Publication Date1686
Remainder& then it is stark nought, Or the spendthrifts recantation. That spent his means in such a wastful fashion he sold his land & goods & let his mony fly, come fill us in ten dozen what care I he neither cares for children nor for wife so long as mony could be got he lives that life, now at the last that he has spent his store he does repent his wastful life before; he works & takes great pains now all his life, for to maintain his children and his wife; he desires that he an example be to all and every one take warning by his fall The tune of the Bad husband's folly, or, Come hither my own sweet duck
Extent1 sheet ([1] p.)
PublisherPrinted for J. Conyers, at the Black-Raven the first shop in Fetter-Lane next Holborn. Where all chapmen may be furnished with all sorts of small books and ballads


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