EBBA 34666

Houghton Library - Huth EBB65H
 
The Two-Penny Whore; / In a Dialogue betwixt a Spend-thrift and a Whore. / Or, a Relation of a Two-penny Bargain. / Of a Spend-thrift proffering two pence to a Whore, / Having spent all but that on her before.
Date Published 1678-1688 ?
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Imprint London, Printed for W. Thackeray, T. Passinger, and W. Whitwood.
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Collection Houghton Library - Huth EBB65H
Page 2.271 Verso
Location Houghton Library
Shelfmark EBB65H
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Title The Two-Penny Whore; / In a Dialogue betwixt a Spend-thrift and a Whore. / Or, a Relation of a Two-penny Bargain. / Of a Spend-thrift proffering two pence to a Whore, / Having spent all but that on her before.
Tune Imprint The Tune is, He that has the most Money is the best Man.
First Lines A Lusty young Shaver, a vapouring Gallant, / That vainly had spent and consnm'd his estate,
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Notes Printed on the verso of EBBA 34665, "The true Lovers Happiness / Or, Nothing venture, Nothing have. / Shewing how an Apprentice made bold to court his Masters Daughter, got / her good will, and married her unknown to her Parents yet afterwards / her father seeing they loved each other so intirely, he gave them a con- / siderable portion of money to set up with, and now they live in a happy / condition; this may serve for a pattern for others. / Their complements to you I will rehearse / According as they are printed down in verse."