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Loyal Poems and Satyrs Upon the Times [ESTC R10358]

DMI number:
1728
Publication Date:
1685
Volume Number:
1 of 1
ESTC number:
R10358
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Full Title:
Loyal Poems | AND | SATYRS | Upon the TIMES, | Since the beginning of the | [g]Salamanca Plot,[/g] | Written by several Hands. | [rule] | Collected by [i]M. T.[/i] | [rule] | Absolom [i]and[/i] Achitophel. | [epigraph] | [rule] | [i]LONDON,[/i] | Printed for [i]John Smith[/i] Bookseller in [i]Russel-Street[/i] | near [i]Covent-Garden,[/i] 1685.
Epigraph:
[i]Plots true or false are necessary things, | To set up Common-Wealths, and Ruin Kings.[/i]
Place of Publication:
London
Format:
Octavo
Bibliographic details:
NCBEL 335 (1685)
Other matter:
PREFATORY: 1) Letter of dedication 'To the most Illustrious, most Honourable, & most Loyal, The Lords and Gentlemen of the Loyal Club, At the Dog in Drury-Lane.' pp. A2r-A3r. 2) Poem 'The Loyal Club', pp. A3v-A4r 3) Contents p. A4v.
Related People
Publisher:
John Smith
Confidence:
Confident (50%)
Comments:
Composer:
Matthew Taubman
Confidence:
Absolute (100%)
Comments:
On title page 'Collected by M.T.'
Content/Publication
First Line:
Hail royal synod sons of loyalty
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pp. A3v-A4r
Poem Title:
The Loyal Club.
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First Line:
Though scribbling factions are so saucy grown
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pp. 1-3
Poem Title:
The Poets Address to the King.
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First Line:
If wanting wings one may ascend the skies
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pp. 4-6
Poem Title:
The Excellency of Monarchy. A Panegyrick.
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First Line:
Thanks high and mighty one by whom kings reign
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pp. 7-9
Poem Title:
On His Majesties Recovery At Windsor.
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First Line:
The precious gem called loyalty grows scarce
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pp. 10-12
Poem Title:
The Succession.
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First Line:
A prison or the isle are much the same
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p.13
Poem Title:
A Paradox Against Liberty, Written by the Lords, during their Imprisonment in the Tower.
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First Line:
Look up base croaking zealots of the age
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pp. 21-4
Poem Title:
The last Speech of Sir Edmundbury Godfrey's Ghost.
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First Line:
Brave Colledg is hanged the chief of our hopes
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pp. 24-7
Poem Title:
On the Death of the Protestant Joyner.
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First Line:
Right honourable | Imperious Bedlow and his Oaten friend
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pp.28-30
Poem Title:
Innocence Unveil'd: Or, A Poem On the Acquittal of the Lord Chief Justice Scrogs.
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First Line:
We dogs and lions by their voices know
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pp. 30-4
Poem Title:
Advice to the Painter's Adviser.
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First Line:
Well for a careful foresight sober wit
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pp. 34-40
Poem Title:
The Hypocritical Christian: Or The Conventicling Citizen.
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First Line:
The busy town grew still and traitorous Whigs
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pp. 40-3
Poem Title:
On the Loyal Apprentices Feast.
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First Line:
Thus tis to stand condemned by rigorous fate
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pp. 44.7
Poem Title:
On Old Doctor Wild New Poem To His Old Friend, upon the New Parliament.
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First Line:
Come on ye scribbling rebels of the age
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pp. 48-1
Poem Title:
Scandal Proof, or an Heroick Poem On the Renowned Champions of the Good Old Cause, Impudent Dick Janeway, and the rest of the Factious Tribe.
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First Line:
Farewell great villain and unpitied lie
Page No:
pp. 52.4
Poem Title:
Fitz-Harris His Farewell to the World, or a Traytors Just Reward.
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First Line:
Good Heraclitus lets have no quarrel
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pp. 55-6
Poem Title:
The Meal Tubb Plot.
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First Line:
From deepest dungeon of eternal night
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pp. 57-9
Poem Title:
A Dialogue Between the Ghosts of the two last Parliaments at their Interview Fuimur Troes Westminster Ghost's Advice.
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First Line:
Hail great prophetic spirit who could see
Page No:
p. 60
Poem Title:
Nitimur in Vetitum Oxford Ghost.
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First Line:
Vain empty nothing that were lately all
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pp. 61-4
Poem Title:
Westminster Ghost.
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First Line:
In dead of night when the pale moon
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pp. 64-70
Poem Title:
Tom, Thins Ghost
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First Line:
Is this thy glory now is this thy pride
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pp. 70-4
Poem Title:
Sejanus, or the Popular Favourite.
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First Line:
The sullen night worn threadbare when I lay
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pp. 75-77
Poem Title:
The Whig Caball.
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First Line:
As the other day Dick Harry Tom and I
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pp. 77-80
Poem Title:
The Presbyterian Club.
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First Line:
A presbyter is such a monstrous thing
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pp. 80-6
Poem Title:
The True Presbyterian Without Disguise.
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First Line:
What shall a glorious nation be overthrown
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pp. 87-90
Poem Title:
The Dissenter.
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First Line:
Continual hubbub and the noise of plot
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pp. 90-3
Poem Title:
The Sollicitous Citizen
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First Line:
After long practised malice in the south
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pp. 94-5
Poem Title:
Iter Bozeale.
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First Line:
Oh happy soil unhappily possessed
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pp. 96-8
Poem Title:
The Mad-Mens Hospital, or Presbyterian Itch.
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First Line:
Jack if you have one grain of sense
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pp. 99-102
Poem Title:
State Cases Put to Jack Presbyter.
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First Line:
From the tap in the guts of the honourable stump
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pp. 102-4
Poem Title:
The Geneva Litany.
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First Line:
Defend us from all popish plots
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pp. 105-7
Poem Title:
The Norwich Litany.
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First Line:
From a new modelled Jesuit in a Scotch bonnet
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pp. 108-10
Poem Title:
The Loyall Litany.
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First Line:
My tap is run then Baxter tell me why
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pp. 111-4
Poem Title:
The Last Will and Testament of Anthony King of Poland.
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First Line:
Mourn England mourn let not thy griefs be feigned
Page No:
pp. 115-9
Poem Title:
A Codecil To the Former Will Added in Holland where he Dyed January, 20th. 1682.
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First Line:
Greatest of men yet man's least friend farewell
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pp. 120-2
Poem Title:
Shaftsburys Farewell or The Association.
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First Line:
Yet once more peace turns back her head to smile
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pp. 123-6
Poem Title:
The Recovery.
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First Line:
So weapons prosper which are formed against heaven
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pp. 127-8
Poem Title:
On the Kings Deliverance at Newmarket.
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