EBBA 30102

British Library - Roxburghe
 
Impossibilities. / OR, / A matter of no thing, yet some thing youle finde / I know in the reading, will pleasure your minde, / Then heare it I pray, and when you have done, / You'le say that the thread is handsomely spunne.
Date Published 1611-1656 ?
Author Edward Ford
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Imprint London Printed for Edward Wright, dwel- / ling at Christs-Church gate.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 1.164, 1.165
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.7.164-165
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TitleImpossibilities. / OR, / A matter of no thing, yet some thing youle finde / I know in the reading, will pleasure your minde, / Then heare it I pray, and when you have done, / You'le say that the thread is handsomely spunne.The second part
Tune ImprintTo the tune of, I sigh, I sob, &c.to the same tune.
First LinesIMprimis, When men doe beginne, / To follow vertue, leaue off sinne:VV WHen men their chiefest care doe make, / To feed the poore for pitties sake:
RefrainThen you may say, and justly too, / The old world now is turned a-new. | Then you may say and not till then, / The world is full of honest men. [alternate stanzas]Then you may say, and not till then, / The world is full of honest men. | Then you may say, and justly too, / The old world now is turned a-new. [alternate stanzas]
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