Honesty, in distress [electronic resource] : but relieved by no party Giving An Account how she went to Court, but was scorn'd and slighted. - Next she went to Westminster-Hall, which set the Lawyers in an uproar-Then she went to the City, making her Complaint to the Linen-Draper and Apothecary, Grocer and Hosier, Baker and Butcher, Vintner and Ale-Draper, Pawn-Broker and Tallow-Man, Usurer and Miser, but found no Relief-Then she went to the Exchange, amongst the Merchants, but they sent her to the Priests, and they said it was enough for them to teach, therefore they had no Relief for her. So Poor Honesty being slighted by all, died a miserable Death for want of Relief. .
- [London] : Printed for the Company of Running Stationers, [1770?]
8p. ; 8⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.
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