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JOHN JARRET
19   Be rul'd by your wife, that doth loue you full deare, And all ill society see you forbeare,
And of these children I pray haue a care, Begin a new course, I pray, with the yeare, Or else, sweet, &c.
20   There commeth no goodnes by following of queene[sp But ryotous drinking, and wasting of meanes. Who trusts to such harlots, on wickednes leanes, And may with the Prodigall feed vpon beanes. v
/ tell you, Iohn I arret, you'I breake, I tell you, Iohn I arret, you'l breake.
1 Margin clipped.
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