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by Keen, Maurice, 1933-2012.Available in ProQuest Ebook Central - Academic Complete.
by Coffin, Tristram Potter, 1922-2012.Available in ProQuest Ebook Central - Academic Complete.
by Pollard, A. J.Available in ProQuest Ebook Central - Academic Complete.
Imprint 2007Available in ProQuest Ebook Central - Academic Complete.
The fanaticks barber or, A new cut for non-conformists Being a true relation of the parson that was lately gelt at Chelmsford in Essex, being taken in bed with another mans wife. Very proper to be sung in all corporations of this nation. All the town shan't save thee.
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A pleasant dialogue betwixt two vvanton ladies of pleasure; or, The Dutchess of Porsmouths woful farwel to her former felicity. One lady she couragiously stands in her own defence; the other now doth seem to b[ow,] her colours are display'd, assuredly none can deny, the words she speaks is sence: she is content, her mind is but, still to maintain her trade. Tune of, Tan tarra rara, tan tivee.
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Nevvs from Hide-Parke: or A very merry strange passage which happened betwixt a north-country gentleman, and a very gaudy gallant lady of pleasure, whom he took up in the parke, and conducted her (in her own coach) home to her lodgings, and what chanced there, if you'l venture attention, the song will declare. To the tune of, the Crost couple.
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The honour of Bristol. Shewing how the angel Gabriel of Bristol, fought with three ships, who boarded us many times, wherein we cleared our decks, and killed five hundred of their men, and wounded many more, and made them flye into Cales, where we lost but three men, to the honour of the angel Gabriel of Bristol. To the tune of, Our noble King in his progress.
by L. P. fl. 1625-1680?Get full text
A new ballad. The triumph of justice. Being the last speech and confession of nine malefactors, and betrayers of the lives and liberties of the good people of England. But few examples here are made of such as have our laws betray'd: the rest that have as ill deserv'd, for the next sessions are reserv'd. To the tune of Packington's pound.
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