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NEWS GOOD AND NEW
15   Row. Ludgate has1 nere a bankrupt
that can, but will not pay: The Counter nere a Prodigall,
that turnes the night to day, By vile disordered life,
which age doth after rue. Iohn. I neuer will beleeue this,
tis too good to be true.
16   This newes doth much amaze me,
the which you haue me told, And truely to beleeue it,
I dare not be too bold. I would that true it were,
as it to me is new. But I will not beleeue it,
tis too good to be true.
Printed for I. Trundle. 1 Textha.'s.
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