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Ye weavers all of Spitalfields

DMI number:
13391
First Line:
Ye weavers all of Spitalfields
Last Line:
His lordships coat his lordships king
Poem Genre / Form:
Ballad and Sestet ababcc
Themes:
Jacobitism and Politics
Content/Publication
Title:
A pill to purge state-melancholy [N21236]
Page No(s):
pp.147-151
Poem Title:
An Excellent New Ballad, giving a full and true Relation how a Noble Lord was robb'd of his Birth-Day Clothes; and how the same afterwards appear'd, and were burn'd on the Pretender's own Back at Charing-Cross, February 6. 1713. To the Tune of, To you, fair Ladies, now at Land, &c.
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Title:
A pill to purge state-melancholy [N37590] [ECCO - Texas U] [Dublin edition]
Page No(s):
pp.147-151
Poem Title:
An Excellent New Ballad, giving a full and true Relation how a Noble Lord was robb'd of his Birth-Day Cloaths; and how the same afterwards appear'd, and were Burn'd on the Pretender's own Back at Charing-Cross, February 6. 1713. To the Tune of, To you, fair Ladies, now at Land, &c.
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Title:
A pill to purge state-melancholy [T144396]
Page No(s):
pp.147-151
Poem Title:
An Excellent New Ballad, giving a full and true Relation how a Noble Lord was robb'd of his Birth-Day Clothes; and how the same afterwards appear'd, and were burn'd on the Pretender's own Back at Charing-Cross, February 6. 1713. To the Tune of, To you, fair Ladies, now at Land, &c.
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