Honesty in distress : but reliev'd by no party. A tragedy. As it is acted on the stage of the world. Act I. Scene the Palace. Honesty alone. Honesty and a Courtier. Honesty and a Lady. Honesty and a Footman. Honesty alone. Act II. Scene Westminster-Hall, with the Court sitting. Honesty among the Lawyers. The Lawyers Speeches concerning Honesty. Honesty and a ruin'd Client. Act III. Scene a City. Honesty begging along the City. Honesty and a Linnen-Draper. A precise Apothecary and his Man. Honesty and an Ale-House Keeper. Honesty and a Grocer. Honesty and a Hosier. Honesty and the Merchants. Honesty starved to Death. To which is added, A satyr against the corrupt use of money

Main Author: Ward, Edward
Format: eBook
Published: Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk printed by Thomas Baily and William Thompson, next Door to the Griffin, near the Market-Cross 1721, [1721?]
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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, T61784. - Foxon, W88. - Price from imprint: price Three-Pence. - Reproduction of original from British Library. - Signature B2 under "weave them
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