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Black-letter Broadside Ballads Of The years 1595-1639

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A MERRY NEW CATCH OF ALL TRADES
20   Dissentions feede, the Parators neede, And Scoulds him money giue:
And if there were no swaggering Whore, The Pander could not Hue. The Pander, &c.
21   Thus all arise by contraries, Heauen send them crosses ten: Unlesse they all both great and small, Doe Hue and dye honest men,1
Doe Hue and dye honest men.
Printed at London for /. Trundle. 1 Text has a period.
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