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Folly in Print [R5763]

DMI number:
1752
Publication Date:
1667
Volume Number:
1 of 1
ESTC number:
R5763
EEBO/ECCO link:
http://gateway.proquest.com/openurl?ctx_ver=Z39.88-2003&res_id=xri:eebo&rft_id=xri:eebo:citation:13212608
Shelfmark:
EEBO
Place of Publication:
London
Genres:
Collection of 17th century verse and Collection of songs
Format:
Octavo
Content/Publication
First Line:
Amarillis why so coy
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pp. 1-3
Poem Title:
The Cotsal Sheapheards. To the Tune of Amarillis told her Swain.
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To'th Sea brave English men apace
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pp. 4-7
Poem Title:
The English Seamans Fortune, with a Dutch Ufro, at the burning of Scelling. To the Tune of Phillis though thy powerful Charms.
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First Line:
Of Mandeville I do not tell
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pp. 8-14
Poem Title:
Three merry Boyes of Kent. To the Tune of an old song, beginning thus I rode from England into France. Or to the Tune of Sir John Sucklings Ballad.
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First Line:
Joan Towser am I call'd
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pp. 14-22
Poem Title:
The Hampshire Mayd, or the Wenches Progress... To the sweet tune of Samuel Rosye, or the Kings Clown.
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First Line:
How vain are all our best delights
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p. 22
Poem Title:
The Perspective of Mortality.
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First Line:
Though I be no Logician
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p. 22-23
Poem Title:
To a Detraction from the Authour.
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First Line:
What Fate averse doth Damon guide
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pp. 23-24
Poem Title:
Upon the Fatall years of 1665 and 1666.
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First Line:
How happy hadst thou Reymund been
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pp. 24-25
Poem Title:
To the Authours wife, in time of the Sickness, when he was beyond the Seas.
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First Line:
Afflictions plough the Heart of man
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pp. 25-26
Poem Title:
POEM.
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First Line:
Dead is the mirrour of her Sex the Stem
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pp. 26-27
Poem Title:
An Elegie on Mistriss Anne Leonard, daughter to Sir Moulton Lambert.
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And now her Angel Soul in Heaven hath place
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p. 27
Poem Title:
Alluding to the names of Leonard and Lambert.
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To do well is a Princely thing
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pp. 27-28
Poem Title:
ESSAYES.
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First Line:
Nature corrupt and knowledge blind
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pp. 29-30
Poem Title:
The Cause of Paganism at first in the world.
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A Heathen Emperour doth teach
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pp. 30-32
Poem Title:
Upon a wife saying of Marcus Auralius Antoninus.
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First Line:
The ignorant and wilfull wordlings say
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p. 32
Poem Title:
ESSAY.
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First Line:
He that considers winde and rain
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pp. 33-34
Poem Title:
Upon the Proverbe.
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How happy were thou Affrica
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pp. 34-35
Poem Title:
Upon the Rebell Moores in Affrica, now Mahometans.
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First Line:
Infants desiring hurtful things
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pp. 35-41
Poem Title:
A Description of the Ages of mans life, and their Inclinations and defects.
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First Line:
Since Cupid thou art grown so kind
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pp. 41-43
Poem Title:
A SONG. To the Tune of, Since Fortune thou art so kind.
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First Line:
Whither Art or natures grace
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p. 43
Poem Title:
A jealous Lady reproaching her Servant that he courted new Faces, since her own, not the best, yet she was well proportion'd, thus answers.
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First Line:
Bruno intreats Albana tell
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pp. 44-46
Poem Title:
From a Person in love with a young Lady who had marryed an old Man.
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First Line:
The Round-heads drink a health
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pp. 47-48
Poem Title:
A Catch made before the KINGS coming to Worcester with the Scottish Army.
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First Line:
Teach me Bellisa what to doe
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pp. 48-49
Poem Title:
A SONG. To the Tune of My Dear and only Love take heed.
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First Line:
Cupid is an idle toy
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pp. 49-50
Poem Title:
SONG.
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First Line:
Drowsie Lover rowse thy soul
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pp. 50-51
Poem Title:
A Song on a Scornful Mistriss.
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Diego is speechless cannot live
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p. 51
Poem Title:
AN EPIGRAM. On two at Enmity with one another.
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First Line:
How happy is that Government
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p. 51
Poem Title:
To the same accusing him for Flattery.
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First Line:
Come Tom let's drink a rowsing glass
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pp. 52-53
Poem Title:
A CATCH, To the Tune of, Old Poets Hipocrene Admire.
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First Line:
Tis much
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pp. 53-54
Poem Title:
Another to the same Tune.
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First Line:
For Wine
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pp. 54-55
Poem Title:
Another to the same Tune.
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First Line:
As steams do circulating creep
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p. 56-57
Poem Title:
To an absent Friend.
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First Line:
She comes like full-ear'd harvest now
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p. 56
Poem Title:
To a fair great-bellyed Lady come to lye In in [sic] London.
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First Line:
Yee wights which on the Forrest fringe
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p. 57
Poem Title:
To friends in the Country, who kept Lent, dwelling neer a Forrest of the Kings. To the Tune of, Chevy Chase.
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First Line:
Damon the Shepherd with the flock
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pp. 58-59
Poem Title:
Pastoral Song complaining of falshood.
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First Line:
The poor abused Bagg-piper
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p. 58
Poem Title:
A Catch.
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First Line:
A pox upon all dice and carding
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p. 59
Poem Title:
Another.
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First Line:
Farewel false fair one
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p. 59
Poem Title:
To the Tune of, A Scotch Ditte.
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First Line:
What Will why Wat come Tom leave playing
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p. 59
Poem Title:
Catches, To the Tune of A Boat, A Boat, Haste to the Ferry.
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First Line:
A health a health to our bright Dutchess
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p. 60
Poem Title:
Another.
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Dear I must doe
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p. 60
Poem Title:
A Song in Dialogue.
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First Line:
George here's to Miss with Hans-in-kelder
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p. 60
Poem Title:
Another.
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More wine more wine come drawer fill
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p. 60
Poem Title:
Another.
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First Line:
Say fairest Nymph what wouldst thou see
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pp. 61-62
Poem Title:
On a Lady standing on a River-bank, seeing her shadow in the water.
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First Line:
Evil to the Evil thinker
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p. 62
Poem Title:
Subscription to a Letter in verse.
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First Line:
Fictitious beauties who presume
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pp. 62-63
Poem Title:
On a Scornful and Censorious Lady.
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The Papist cannot take one oath
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pp. 63-64
Poem Title:
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First Line:
I Am no subject unto Fate
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pp. 64-65
Poem Title:
A Song set by Mr. Hill.
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Gods Sacrament he comes no neer
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pp. 65-67
Poem Title:
Upon Prince Rupert his intended voyage to Guiny.
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First Line:
New Hangmen new Hangmen new Hangmen new
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p. 65
Poem Title:
A CATCH: To the Tune of, New Oysters.
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First Line:
I am not poor though wantiug still
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p. 67
Poem Title:
To my Lord Bellasyse then in Tangier.
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I Bless an Holy ever bless
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pp. 67-68
Poem Title:
John Bellasyse Anagram. I Bless an Holy.
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True Anagram His Noble Sayle
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pp. 68-69
Poem Title:
John Bellasyse Anagram. His Noble Sayle.
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Bees is all honey Anagram
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pp. 69
Poem Title:
John Bellasyse Anagram. Bees is all Hony.
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First Line:
Thy walls O Tangier foot and horse
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pp. 70-72
Poem Title:
To the Tune of Phillis though thy powerful Charms.
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First Line:
To Sally is a Souldiers act
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p. 70
Poem Title:
On Sir Henry Bellasyse Sonne to my Lord John Bellasyse Anagram. By her Seen Sally.
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First Line:
Who draws most blanks the most gets in
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pp. 72-75 [82-85]
Poem Title:
To Lottery of Love;
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Yee happy and free men of Tangier
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pp. 72-73
Poem Title:
To the Tune of How happy and free is the Plunder.
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First Line:
Stand who comes there 'tis I she said
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pp. 73-74
Poem Title:
On two jealous lovers.
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First Line:
Come there are George who cluck and sit
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p. 75
Poem Title:
On a censorious barren Lady to a Friend.
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When Mawd the Empress traivail'd France
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p. 75
Poem Title:
On Mother Cony the Bawd.
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First Line:
I am not sick and yet take physick
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pp. 76-77
Poem Title:
To a Friend upon some Ladies who were curious to see the Authors Letters into the Country, to condemn them.
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Let none pass by who came this way
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pp. 76-79 [86-89]
Poem Title:
Englands rejoycing for Londons Re-building. To the Tune of Faire fall the Muses who in well tun'd verse, or a joyful sight to see.
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First Line:
Reymund thou hast surviv'd a warre
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pp. 77-78
Poem Title:
To a Spanish Lady in S. Lugar.
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Arithmetick misplac'd since Charls the second
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pp. 78-79
Poem Title:
Upon the King and our Naval Enemies.
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Is meat so scarce amongst the Boors
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pp. 80-72[82]
Poem Title:
Upon the Dutch Mutton-Mongers on the Coast of Suffolk, and other parts pilfering of Turnips.
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First Line:
Come neer my lusty Lovers
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pp. 82-86 [92-96]
Poem Title:
The description of a rare beauty of a Lovers Fancy. To an old Tune.
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First Line:
Of Love whose power and might
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pp. 86-88 [96-98]
Poem Title:
To an old Tune.
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First Line:
Fair maids who are so coy
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pp 79-82 [89-92]
Poem Title:
The Forrest Lovers.
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First Line:
He that hath business and makes love
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p. 90 [100]
Poem Title:
Doctor Donnes Couplet.
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Doctor Donne
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First Line:
He that makes love his business
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p. 90 [100]
Poem Title:
The Version.
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First Line:
I am a contented man
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pp. 90-93 [100-103]
Poem Title:
The wise contented Cuckold, To an old Tune.
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First Line:
In place where claps are called Geese
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pp. 94-96 [104-106]
Poem Title:
A Ballad to some Friends in the Country.
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First Line:
The whining lover seldome gets a prize
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p. 86 [96]
Poem Title:
The new mode of Love.
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First Line:
There was a Maid of Berbyshire
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pp. 96-99 [106-109]
Poem Title:
The Darbyshire Maid.
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First Line:
Your verses I receiv'd
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p. 89 [99]
Poem Title:
Her Ingenious her Answer so modestly delivered. Answer.
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Could I as well as wish present
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pp. 100-101
Poem Title:
To my Lord Bellasyse in Tangier, upon a New-years day.
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New Roysters new Roysters new Roysters new
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p. 90 [100]
Poem Title:
A CATCH. To the Tune of, New Oysters.
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First Line:
Ye wicked Fishmongers and Butchers repent
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pp. 101-104 [111-114]
Poem Title:
A Ballad, To the Tune of the Song in the play of Bartholomew Fair. Youth, Youth, thou hadst better been starv'd at thy Nurse.
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This wonder of the Norther starre
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pp. 104-107 [114-117]
Poem Title:
The Day-starre of the North.
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There dwels a Maid in Doncaster
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pp. 107-110 [117-120]
Poem Title:
The Northern Lass to the same Person, To a new Tune.
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I sing of no Ladies who dance in the Court
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pp. 110-113 [120-123]
Poem Title:
The Parson of Rumford, or a merry maying, To the Tune of, Away to Twiford, away, away.
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What sawcy mungrel slaves are those
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pp. 114-115 [124-125]
Poem Title:
Carolus, A Carolo, Carolo Magno Major. Upon his Highness the Duke of York, his Victory, at Sea over the Dutch.
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Now Tom if Suckling were alive
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pp. 116-121 [126-131]
Poem Title:
A Ballad on a Friends wedding, to the Tune of Sir John Sucklings Ballad.
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Amity is a sacred flame
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pp. 121-124 [131-134]
Poem Title:
Of Amity and Friendship.
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