Honesty in distress : but reliev'd by no party. A tragedy, As it is Acted on the Stage, &c. Act I. Scene A Palace. Honesty alone. Lady and Attendance. Honesty begins her Suit. Lady turning to her Servants. Lady's Woman. Footman to Honesty at going off. Honesty alone. Act II. Scene Westminster-Hall, with the Court Sitting. Enter Honesty among the Lawyers. One Lawyer to Another. Lawyer turning to Honesty. Honesty sneaks off, and Speaks aside. Attorney to Brother Snap: Honesty is Whisper'd in the Ear by a Ruin'd Client. Act III. Scene The City. Honesty Begging along the City. A Precise Apothecary to his Man. Honesty (aside.) Victualler to the Bar-Keeper and his Servants. Honesty (aside.) A Grocer to his next Neighbour a Hosier. Honesty enters the Exchange. Enter'd Persuant to the Late Act of Parliament

Main Author: Ward, Edward
Format: eBook
Published: London printed, and sold by Mary Edwards, in Nevels-Alley, in Fetter-Lane 1710, [1710]
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:Anonymous. By Edward Ward. - English Short Title Catalog, T100633. - Foxon, W87. - Price from imprint: Price Six Pence. - Reproduction of original from British Library
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