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THE HONEST, PLAIN-DEALING PORTER
To sharke and shift from place to place, doth thee and all thy kin disgrace.
Tis base to beg, tis worse to steale, then if thou honestly doe deale.
Be not ashamed of thy lot,
For need will make the old wife trot.
M.P.
Printed at London for F. Coules, dwelling at the vpper end of the Old Baily.
R.P.G.
369
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