The worth of a penny [electronic resource] : or, a caution to keep money. With the causes of the scarcity, and misery of the want thereof, consider'd under the following Heads, viz. the ... Causes why Men are without Money, and are Three ... I. Excess in Diet, Drinking, and Apparel. II. Gaming, and Recreations. III. Idleness and Improvidence, either in themselves, or their Servants. IV. The Character of a dejected Spirit for want of Money. V. The Misery of the Want of Money. VI. It compelleth to offend against Body and Soul. VII. The Vertue of Frugality, and the Definition of it. VIII. The Derivative of the Word Penny, and the Value of is. IX. The many good Uses that a Penny may be put to. X. Cautions to save Money in Diet, Apparel, and Recreations. XI. The English, of all Nations in Lurope, the most prosuse in their Expences. XII. Of good Husbandy in Apparel. XIII. Many excellent Examples of Moderation in it. XIV. Of Recreation, and the Benefits that are received by it. XV. Four excellent Cautions to be observ'd in Play, &c. .

Peacham, Henry, approximately 1576-approximately 1643.
Bury St Edmund's : printed and sold by Tho. Baily and W. Thompson, at the Printing-Office in St. Edmund's Bury, Suffolk, [1725?]
22,[2]p. ; 8⁰.
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Anonymous. By Henry Peacham the Younger.
With a final advertisement leaf.
Braces in imprint.
Price from imprint: price Three Pence.
Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements. s2009 miunns
Reproduction of original from British Library.
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English Short Title Catalog, T122249.
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