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Black-letter Broadside Ballads Of The years 1595-1639

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For many a proper man,
for to supply his lacke: Doth leape a leape at Tyburne,
which makes his neck to crack.
27 And to him that writ this song,
I giue this simple lot: Let euery one be ready,
to giue him halfe a pot. And thus I doe conclude,
wishing both health and peace, To those that are laid in their bed,
and cannot sleepe for fleas.
W. Turner.
At London printed for I.W.
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