Poverty History 18th Century : Anhang einiger Betrachtungen über Johann Macfarlands Untersuchungen die armuth betreffend [electronic resource] : und über den Gegenstand selbst, den sie behandeln : besonders über die Ursachen der armuth, den charakter der armen, und die anstalten sie zu versorgen / von Christian Garve.; Garve, Christian,
Poverty In Literature Early Works To 1800 : Jack Had-Lands lamentation, : that sold and made away his 'state, and spent his money early and late; and let his wife and children want, now he makes great moan and does repent; and desires all good-fellows where e're they be, to take warning of his poverty. He was cast in prison at that bout, his poor wife she helpt him out; she had small reason to do that thing but true love is a gallant thing; there is scarce a tap-house in London town. Will help a man when he is cast down. To the tune of, It is old ale that has undone me. This may be printed, R.P.
Poverty Poetry : A triple paradox : affixed to a counter-mure raised against the furious batteries of restraint, slander and poverty, the three grand engines of the world, the flesh, and the devil / by major George Wither ...; Wither, George,
Poverty Poetry Early Works To 1800 : A triple paradox: affixed to a counter-mure raised against the furious batteries of restraint, slander and poverty, the three grand engines of the world, the flesh, and the devil : By Major George Wither, who, now beleagured by their forces, throws out unto them this defiance. The said paradox maintains these particulars, that confinement is more safe than liberty, slander more advantageou[s] than praise, poverty more profitable than riches.; Wither, George,