EBBA ID: 35423

Houghton Library - 25242.67 2.219
 
A World turn'd up-side down / OR, / Money grown Troublesome. / Shewing the vanity of youngmen, who spend their youthfull days in rioting and wantonness, which / is undoubtedly the High-way to want and Beggary, as you may plainly see in these following lines, wherein / the Extravagant doth not only lament his mispent time, but also gives advice to others, to prevent those mi- / series which befell him by his profuse spending till too late he sees his errour.
Date Published 1672-1696 ?
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Imprint Printed for P. Brooksby in West=Smithfield.
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Collection Houghton Library - 25242.67
Page 2.219
Location Houghton Library
Shelfmark 25242.67
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Title A World turn'd up-side down / OR, / Money grown Troublesome. / Shewing the vanity of youngmen, who spend their youthfull days in rioting and wantonness, which / is undoubtedly the High-way to want and Beggary, as you may plainly see in these following lines, wherein / the Extravagant doth not only lament his mispent time, but also gives advice to others, to prevent those mi- / series which befell him by his profuse spending till too late he sees his errour.
Tune Imprint Tune of, Packingtons Pound.
First Lines I Am a young blade that had money good store / But now by debauchery grown very poor
Refrain But by Whoring and Drinking I now am undone, / And now I am laugh'd at, by every one. [with variation]
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