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For if we catch thee failing once,
What made thee venture to betray,
Didit thou not love her then? Speak true. No more" (quoth he) than I love you. i
How wouldnt th' haveus'd her and her Mony? First
, turn d her up to Alimony, as And laid her Dowry out in Lawren To null her Jointure with a Flaw, Which I before-hand had agreed T' have put on purpose, in the Deed; 30 And bar her Widow's Making-over sw les T a Friend in Trust; ör private Eover 20
What made thee pick and chuse her out,
That which makes Gamsters play with thofe Who have least Wit, and most to lose,
But didst thou fcourge thy Veffel thus;
I see you take me for an Afs :
Why didst thou forge chofe shameful Lies, Of Bears and Witches in Disguise ?
That is no more than Authors give
Which when 'tis natural aud true,
Why didft thou chuse that cursed Sin, irro
Because it is the thriving'st Calling,
What made thee break thy plighted Vows?
And hang, and scorn ye all, before,
you have more Tricks
Quoth he, If you will give me leave!
'Tis true, quoth he, we ne'er come there, A. Because w' have lee em out by tho Year, 1 oT
Truly, quoth he, jou can't imaginea
Quoth be, I am refolu'd to bemu
And therefore first desire to know
What makes a Knave a Child of God,
What renders beating out of Brains
What's tender Conscience?Tisa Botch
What makes y'encroach upon our Trade, And damn all others ?
What's Orthodox and true believing Against a Conscience ? ----A Good Living.
What makes Rebelling against Kings A Good Old Cause?--Adminiftrings. '
What makes all Doctrines plain and clear?-About Two hundred Pounds a Year.
And that which was proy'd true before, Prove false again?--Two hundred more.
What makes the breaking of all Oaths A holy Duty ?--Food and Cloaths.
To be paid.