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Mock Songs and Joking Poems [R17804]

DMI number:
1760
Publication Date:
1675
Volume Number:
1 of 1
ESTC number:
R17804
EEBO/ECCO link:
http://gateway.proquest.com/openurl?ctx_ver=Z39.88-2003&res_id=xri:eebo&rft_id=xri:eebo:citation:12600545
Shelfmark:
EEBO
Place of Publication:
London
Genres:
Collection of 17th century verse, Collection of comic verse, and Collection of songs
Format:
Octavo
Content/Publication
First Line:
If e're I love agen Boyes
Page No:
pp. 1-2
Poem Title:
SONG. 1. The Resolute Gallant. Tune is, Farewel unkind one, since you so design, &c.
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First Line:
A Drunkard I am and a Drunkerd I'le dye
Page No:
pp. 2-132[3]
Poem Title:
SONG. 2. A Mock to a Lover I am, and a Lover I'le be. And to that Tune.
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First Line:
On the side of a Hill as I was Pissing
Page No:
pp. 4-5
Poem Title:
A Mock to, on the Bank of a Brook. And to that Tune.
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First Line:
I Will go to my Love where she lyes in the Park
Page No:
pp. 5-6
Poem Title:
SONG. 5. A Mock to, I will go to my Love where he lyes in the Deep. And to that Tune.
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First Line:
Come my bully-rock away
Page No:
pp. 6-7
Poem Title:
SONG. 4. A Drunken Mock, to come away my Daphne.
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First Line:
Poor Arinda in an Arbour lay sleeping
Page No:
pp. 7-8
Poem Title:
SONG. 5. On a Young Gentleman Kil'd in the last Engagement at Sea.
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First Line:
I Now will not fail
Page No:
pp. 8-21
Poem Title:
SONG. 6. Sir Grigory Cow T' on his Mistress, Madam Dowzabell. Tune of, To drive the Cold Winter away.
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First Line:
Young Ladies all come lissen a while
Page No:
pp. 21-29
Poem Title:
SONG. 7. Here follows Madam Dowzabells Retort to her Gallant, Sir Gregory Cowtu----. Tune of, and tis the Knave of Clubs bears all the sway.
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First Line:
I'le tell you a tale of my Love and I
Page No:
pp. 29-30
Poem Title:
SONG. 8. The Shepheard, and the Milkmaid; The Tune, the 4. figure Dance at Mr Youngs Ball.
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First Line:
My Lovely Philles
Page No:
pp. 30-31
Poem Title:
SONG. 9. A Shepheard to his Shepperdiss, and her answer.
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First Line:
My dearest Damon now
Page No:
pp. 31-32
Poem Title:
SONG. 10. Her answer.
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First Line:
Near to a Grove I chanc't to spy
Page No:
pp. 32-33
Poem Title:
SONG.11. The discontented Milk maid.
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First Line:
There is a place cal'd Cannons-row
Page No:
pp. 33-39
Poem Title:
SONG.12. On a House-warming Feast. [inc The Postscript.]
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First Line:
When first I saw my pretty Molly
Page No:
pp. 40-41
Poem Title:
SONG 13. The decayed Lady. The Tune: When Aurelia first I courted: Or, To the Gavot.
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First Line:
Prethee Damon why so pale
Page No:
pp. 41-42
Poem Title:
SONG 14. A Friends advice to the dispairing Lover.
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First Line:
Judeo commanded all the Verbes that they
Page No:
pp. 42-52
Poem Title:
SONG 15. The Battle of the Verbes.
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First Line:
Lay by your fighting
Page No:
pp. 52-54
Poem Title:
SONG 16. A Mock, to the Song cal'd Lay by your pleading. And to that Tune.
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First Line:
A Cobler is an excellent Surgeon
Page No:
pp. 54-56
Poem Title:
SONG 17. The praises of a Cobler. The Tune: And 'tis the Knave of Clubs bears all the sway.
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First Line:
In sixteen hundred and forty nine
Page No:
pp. 56-62
Poem Title:
SONG. 18. Upon the taking down of the Kings Armes in the Rumps time in the Year 1649.When instead of plucking down them, on the Gate of the Physick-garden in Oxford: they were such excellent Heralds, that they pluckt down the Earl of Danby's Armes
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First Line:
Tom to the Tavern away let us run
Page No:
pp. 63-64
Poem Title:
SONG 19. A Mock to Joan, to the May-pole away let us run. And to that Tune.
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First Line:
A Glasier is more excellent Surgeon
Page No:
pp. 64-67
Poem Title:
The praise of the Glasiers-Trade. The Tune is: My Dame Jaon has pawn'd her Kettle.
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First Line:
It was upon the twenty ten
Page No:
pp. 67-70
Poem Title:
SONG 21. On the Squibs and Crackers, thrown on the Lord Major's day.
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First Line:
A Chamber-Maid was got with Child
Page No:
pp. 70-71
Poem Title:
SONG 22. On a Lady, and her Chamber-maid.
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First Line:
Lye still Aminta for the Light
Page No:
pp. 72-74
Poem Title:
SONG 23 A Dialogue between a Gentleman and his Mistris.
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First Line:
I Sing of great Diseases all
Page No:
pp. 74-77
Poem Title:
SONG 24. The Diseases about the Town. The Tune: The Gun.
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First Line:
Those dull and Sottish Fools I hate
Page No:
pp. 77-78
Poem Title:
SONG 25. A perswasive against Doating Love. The Tune is: As Alexander I must Reign, and I must Reign alone.
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First Line:
Far-well my dear Puggy my Pullet my Low-bell
Page No:
pp. 79-80
Poem Title:
[no title]
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First Line:
When first I saw my Phillis face
Page No:
pp. 80-82
Poem Title:
SONG. 27. This over dispairing Lover. The Tune is: Bory Versaille.
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First Line:
I Chanc'd of late to see a Ball
Page No:
pp. 82[83]-85
Poem Title:
SONG 29. On a late Ball at Inn-holders Hall.
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First Line:
I Ne're will Love agen
Page No:
pp. 82-82[83]
Poem Title:
SONG 28. A Caveat to young Ladies. The Tune: Miss Mundays Cellabrane, made by Mr. Smith.
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First Line:
Tobacco I love and Tobacco I'le take
Page No:
p. 85
Poem Title:
SONG 29. A Mock to a Lover I am, and a Lover I'le be, in the praise of Tobacco: And to that Tune.
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First Line:
I'm in Love says Noll
Page No:
pp. 86-89
Poem Title:
SONG 31. The Suddain Wedding. The Tune is: The Gun-fleet.
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First Line:
When first these eyes of mine saw my Undoer
Page No:
pp. 89-90
Poem Title:
SONG 32. The disdained Lover.
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First Line:
Dear Phyllis seem a little coy
Page No:
pp. 90-91
Poem Title:
SONG 33. An Answer to a Song cal'd, Fairest Creature tell me true, shall my sighs never moe thee? And to that Tune.
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First Line:
It was i'th time of holy Lent
Page No:
pp. 91-92
Poem Title:
SONG 34. On two Women furiously fighting at a Town in Kent: the one being named Bear, and the other Wolf.
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First Line:
Some pretty Country Girls there were
Page No:
pp. 93-95
Poem Title:
SONG 35. A Song on the Dance called the Morris, danced at Mr. Youngs Ball, at Brewers Hall in London, April the 13. 1674. And to the Morris Tune.
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First Line:
Some pretty young Ladies
Page No:
pp. 95-96
Poem Title:
SONG 36. The little Childrens figure-Dance, at the same Ball: And to that Tune.
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First Line:
Fye Phillis fye what love a Man
Page No:
pp. 97-98
Poem Title:
SONG 37. A Dialogue between two Sisters.
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First Line:
Ich a no more to Bristow Town
Page No:
pp. 99-101
Poem Title:
SONG 38. The West Country-mans song. The Tune is: I'le no more to Malton go, nor I'le no more to Rippon.
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First Line:
Ism_na I do not admire
Page No:
pp. 101-102
Poem Title:
SONG 39. The Platonique Lover.
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First Line:
I Have a flame within my breast
Page No:
pp. 102-103
Poem Title:
SONG 40. On a Gentlemen that was in Love with two Mistrisses at once.
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First Line:
Come my Lads that love Canary
Page No:
pp. 103-104
Poem Title:
SONG 41. A Drinking Song
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First Line:
My Grandsire s a brave Fellow
Page No:
pp. 104-106
Poem Title:
SONG 42. A Song of a whole Family, that were great Lovers of Bacchus.
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First Line:
Pretty Peggy grant to me
Page No:
pp. 107-108
Poem Title:
SONG. 43. A Mock Song to Cellamina of my heart, none shall e're bereave me: And to that Tune.
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First Line:
There was a Jerking Master
Page No:
pp. 108-111
Poem Title:
SONG 44. On a whipping School-master. The tune is: Old Tom a Bedlam.
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First Line:
O All ye Powers that Rule above
Page No:
pp. 111-113
Poem Title:
SONG 45. A Mock to a Song called, since Fortune thou art grown so kind: And to that Tune.
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First Line:
Fair Saint farwel to thee I'le pay
Page No:
p. 114
Poem Title:
SONG 46. A Gentleman on his Mistriss latey forced into the Country.
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First Line:
Pale like the Prisoners trembling at the Barr
Page No:
pp. 115[117]-118
Poem Title:
AN ELEGY. On Sir Edward Sprague.
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First Line:
When first my Lucasta my heart did surprise
Page No:
pp. 115-116
Poem Title:
SONG 47. In praise of his beautiful Mistriss.
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First Line:
Love is a sickness full of woes
Page No:
p. 116
Poem Title:
SONG 48. A Complaint against Love.
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First Line:
Love is a passion every one must have
Page No:
p. 115 [117]
Poem Title:
SONG 49. A Song by a Person of Quallity.
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First Line:
Hence flatt'ring Mourners you whose hyred Eyes
Page No:
pp. 118-119
Poem Title:
On Epitaph on the same.
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First Line:
Let the Bowl pass free
Page No:
pp. 119-120
Poem Title:
SONG. 50. A Match at Drinking.
Attribution:
Attributed To:
Alexander Brome
First Line:
A Very pretty Girl was forc'd to Wed
Page No:
pp. 120-123
Poem Title:
SONG 51. The Foolish kind Husband.
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First Line:
Come my Molly
Page No:
pp. 123-125
Poem Title:
SONG 51. A Dialogue between a Gallant, and his Mistriss. To the Tune: Of the new French Dance called Backnal.
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First Line:
My dear Elinda I now must go
Page No:
pp. 125-126
Poem Title:
SONG 52. The faithful Lover. To the Tune: O my Clarissa thou cruel fair.
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First Line:
My dearest Baby prethee sleep
Page No:
pp. 126-127
Poem Title:
SONG 53. The forsaken Maid. To the Tune: Of Balloo.
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First Line:
How hard is a Wench to be gotten
Page No:
pp. 127-128
Poem Title:
SONG 54. A Mock to, how hard is a heart to be cur'd.
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First Line:
Stay Boyes stay we'l have no Canary
Page No:
p. 128
Poem Title:
SONG 55. A Mock Song, to fly Boyes to the Cellar Bottom.
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First Line:
Sharp was the Air and cold was the Ground
Page No:
pp. 129-130
Poem Title:
SONG 57. A Mock to, Calm was the Evening and cleer was the Skye.
Attribution:
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John Dryden
First Line:
Why so proud you saucy Jade
Page No:
p. 129
Poem Title:
SONG. 56. A Mock to, Why so pale and wand fond Lover.
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First Line:
Adieu fond World and all thy wiles
Page No:
p. 131
Poem Title:
SONG. 58
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First Line:
How bonny and brisk how pleasant and sweet
Page No:
p. 132
Poem Title:
SONG 59.
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First Line:
I Pass all my hours with a dingy old Punk
Page No:
p. 132[3]-4
Poem Title:
SONG 3. A Mock, to I pass all my hours in a shady old Grove. And to that Tune.
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First Line:
Moll I nere yet knew thy mind
Page No:
p. 133
Poem Title:
SONG. 60. A Mock Song to Cellamina of my heart, none shall ever bereave me. And to that Tune.
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First Line:
Tis the end of Debauchery the beginning of pleasure
Page No:
p. 134
Poem Title:
SONG 61. A Mock to that against Marriage, called out of pure, and arrant Devotion.
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First Line:
Let's away from the Tavern and not be so mad
Page No:
p. 135
Poem Title:
SONG 62. A Mock to, Let's laugh and be merry.
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First Line:
Pox take your humours Maddam don't believe
Page No:
pp. 135-136
Poem Title:
SONG 63.
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First Line:
Long since fair Clarinda my passion did move
Page No:
pp. 136-137
Poem Title:
SONG. 64.
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First Line:
What a Riddle is Love if thouht on aright
Page No:
p. 137
Poem Title:
SONG. 65.
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First Line:
When on my sick-bed Languish
Page No:
pp. 137-138
Poem Title:
SONG. 66.
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First Line:
Philander and Sylvia a gentle soft pair
Page No:
p. 138
Poem Title:
SONG 67.
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First Line:
Fair C_lia too fondly contemns those delights
Page No:
p. 139
Poem Title:
SONG 68.
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First Line:
Why should'st thou say Arinda I
Page No:
pp. 139-140
Poem Title:
SONG 69. The Gadding Gallant. To the Tune of, She lay all naked in her bed.
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First Line:
I Sing of Sciences which fate
Page No:
pp. 141-142
Poem Title:
SONG 70. Tune is, And 'tis the knave of Clubs bears all the sway.
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