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Honesty in distress, but reliev'd by no party : Giving an account how she went to court but was scorn'd & slighted ; next she went to Westminster-hall, which set the lawyers in an uproar ; then she went to the city making her complaint to the linen-draper and apothecary, grocer and hosier, baker and butcher, vintner and ale-draper, pawn-broker and tally-man, usurer and miser, but found no relief. Then she went to the Exbhange amongst the merchants, but they sent her to the priests, & said it was enough for them to teach ; therefore they had no relief for her ; so poor honesty being fighted by all, died a miserable death for want of relief. Preview this item
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Honesty in distress, but reliev'd by no party : Giving an account how she went to court but was scorn'd & slighted ; next she went to Westminster-hall, which set the lawyers in an uproar ; then she went to the city making her complaint to the linen-draper and apothecary, grocer and hosier, baker and butcher, vintner and ale-draper, pawn-broker and tally-man, usurer and miser, but found no relief. Then she went to the Exbhange amongst the merchants, but they sent her to the priests, & said it was enough for them to teach ; therefore they had no relief for her ; so poor honesty being fighted by all, died a miserable death for want of relief.

Author: Edward Ward
Publisher: [London?] : Printed and sold in Grub-street, [1710?]
Series: Eighteenth century collections online.
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Genre/Form: Poems
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Ward
OCLC Number: 509618521
Notes: A prose adaptation of the work by Edward Ward.
Reproduction of original from Cambridge University Library.
Description: 1 online resource (12 pages).
Series Title: Eighteenth century collections online.
Other Titles: Honesty in distress.

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