EBBA ID: 30275

British Library - Roxburghe 1.400-401
 
There's nothing to be had without money, / OR / Hee that brings mony in his hand / Is sure to speed by sea or land, / But he that hath no coyne in s purse / His fortune is a great deale worse, / Then happy are they that alwayes haue / A penny in purse their credit to saue.
Date Published 1615-1640 ?
Author
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Imprint Printed at London for H.G.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 1.400, 1.401
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.7.400-401
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TitleThere's nothing to be had without money, / OR / Hee that brings mony in his hand / Is sure to speed by sea or land, / But he that hath no coyne in s purse / His fortune is a great deale worse, / Then happy are they that alwayes haue / A penny in purse their credit to saue.The second part.
Tune ImprintTo a new Northerne tune, Or the Mother beguil'd the Daughter.To the same tune.
First LinesYOu gallants and you swagring blades / Giue eare unto my ditty,THe famous abbey I haue seene / and haue the pictures view'd,
RefrainBut god a mercy penny.But god a mercy penny. [with variation]
Condition
Ornament