EBBA ID: 30882

British Library - Roxburghe 3.237
 
Ill-gotten Goods seldome thrive, / Or, The English Antick. / For Dick, that was a Miller by his Trade, / Did thinke to be a swaggering roaring Blade, / He bought brave Clothes, and powdered all his haire, / But serv'd in's kind for medling with light ware.
Date Published 1647-1665 ?
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Imprint London, Printed for W. Gilbertson
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Page 3.237 Verso
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.9.237
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Title Ill-gotten Goods seldome thrive, / Or, The English Antick. / For Dick, that was a Miller by his Trade, / Did thinke to be a swaggering roaring Blade, / He bought brave Clothes, and powdered all his haire, / But serv'd in's kind for medling with light ware.
Tune Imprint The tune is, was every Young-man crost.
First Lines A Lustie Countrie Lad, / that lately came to Towne,
Refrain But Dick the Millers Sonne, / that powdered all his haire. / Alas he is undone, by medling with light ware.
Condition
Ornament
Notes Printed on the verso of EBBA 30880, entitled "Englands Monethly Observations and Predictions, for / the Yeare of our Blessed Saviour, 1653. Fore-told by those two Famous / Astrologers of our Age, Mr. William Lilly, and Mr. Culpeper."