EBBA 37661

British Library - Collection of 225 Ballads
 
THE / Nobe Mans Generous Kindness, / OR, / The Country-Mans Unexpected Happiness, / Giving a true Account of a Nobleman, who taking notice of the Poor / Man's Industrious Care and pains for the maintaining of his Charge, which was seven small Children, meeting him upon / a day, Discoursed with him, and inviting him and his Wife, with his Children, home to his House, and accordingly bestow- / ed upon him a Farm of Thirty Acres of Land, to be continued to him and his Heirs for ever.
Date Published 1672-1696 ?
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Imprint Printed for P. Brooksby, at the Sign of the Golden-Ball / in Pye=Corner.
License This may be printed, R.P.
Collection British Library - Collection of 225 Ballads
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.22.f.6.(157.)
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      Part 1
    Title THE / Nobe Mans Generous Kindness, / OR, / The Country-Mans Unexpected Happiness, / Giving a true Account of a Nobleman, who taking notice of the Poor / Man's Industrious Care and pains for the maintaining of his Charge, which was seven small Children, meeting him upon / a day, Discoursed with him, and inviting him and his Wife, with his Children, home to his House, and accordingly bestow- / ed upon him a Farm of Thirty Acres of Land, to be continued to him and his Heirs for ever.
    Tune Imprint To the Tune of, The two English Travellers.
    First Lines A Noble Man liv'd near a Village of late, / Hard by a poor Thresher, whose charge it was
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