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He'll cashier all that can't be warranted.
2 whenches, doe you heare ? I tell you not a ffable ; all you that doe appeare, & be not warrantable,
heele Casheere !
Prostitutes discussed : 1. Nan Wright.
As for Nan: wright, though her dealings may com
pare h[er;] yett, for her parts below, theres not a woman ffairer
to the showe.
Litle Ales is found 7 yeeres to haue been a trader; yett Tom Todd wilbe bound, whom as they say did spade h[er,]
that shees sound.
Gardens neere the worss, though shee hath made her
Co[ney] as common as the Bursse; yett still shee hath they
in her pursse.
1 ? MS. Pray.-F.
2 The MS. has 4 lines in 2 henceforth.-F.
Boulton is put by, & Luce, among the infected ;
to be drye.
Pitts is to forbeare the trade, & soe is likwise :: Petterin
to a haire.
True itt is that Babe for yeeres may be a virgin;
for the scabb.
Southewells ! beare in mind, althoug they are ffalse prelocuth
you doe ffind.
10. Winlowe (with Nott).
winlowe is to young, to know the ffruits of wooinge
to to Longe.
11. Venetia Stanley.
Gallants, come not neare to braue VENETIA stanley 5 !
Hayseys, stoupé soe long, to Cupid for aquittance,
1 MS. be before.-F. 2 ? Pearint.-F. 3 MS. already.-F. 4 MS. ffiruits.-F. 5 Venetia, Daughter of Sir Edwa.
Stanley, was the Wife of Sir Kenelm
PANDERS COME AWAYE.
ce & lames, Cupid will have you armed; for with his hottest fflames he hath them soundlye warmed;
marke their names !
Nan: Iames is growne soe Coy, that no man
endure her; yett I haue heard some say, a barbers boy did cure her
of a toye.
15. Besse Broughton.
But with the wicked sire, that yett was neuer thought
by quenching of loues ffire, hath tane away Besse BROUGHTON
16. Jane Selbe.
Its3 ill that simix rydes, Iane selbe doth oppresse her ; with other more besides, vnlesse there were a dresser
of their hyds.
Beunkards, 4 how yee speed, tis shrewdly to be ffeared; yee cannott aske to reade, soe oft you haue beene seared
ffor the deede.
18. Foulgam 52
ffoulgam will appeale, from Cupid, as men gather,
hees her bayle.
Dodson is not ill, yeett hath shee beene a deale-her; the falt was in his skill, who knew not how to appease her
with his quill.
i Part of the line has been cut away from the MS. by the binder.-F.
% One stroke too few in the MS.-F.
8 ? MS. Itt.-F.
4 ? MS.: the e is oddly made; it may be Birmkards, the i not dotted.-F.
her husband saies shee[s] nought, I thinke an honest
by Lewdnesse may be brought, to be like others,
Ales Bradshaw is fforgott, the Cittye that ingrost her; 20. Ales but happy is his lott, that neuer did arrest her,
for shee is hott.
Cittye wiues, they say, doe occupye by Charter; City-wives, but Cupid grant they may,
that ware for-ware the dulge. barter
Ladyes name wee none, nor yett no Ladyes women Ladies, and your honors may begone; ffor Coesars loue will women,
I don't name you.
But because that some will not allow the order,
with a drum.
Thus farwell, yee whores, yee hackneys & yee harlotts! Farewell
harlots! come neare my walkes no more, but get you to your varletts
as before !
My hart shall ay disdaine, to thinke of such pore blisses; Ishauraave my lipps shall eke the same, to touch with breathing do with you, kisses
and I hope I don't offend,
Thus here ends my song, made only to be merrye: