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Alluding ANDREW MARVEL army ballad bishops brave Brewer call'd Cavaliers Charter Church City Clarendon House Court crampt crippl'd the Crown Cromwell cryes of Westminster Devil doth Duchess of Portsmouth Duke of York Dutch e'er Earl endeavor to pull England factions Fairfax fear Fools and Knaves friends goe the cryes grace hath hope House Hyde Jack Jesuits John Wray King Charles King's Kingdom Knaves land laws lero let us endeavor Libera Lilli London Long Parliament Lord Mayor nation ne'er never o'er Ordinance Parliamentary plague plot poor Pope Popery Popish Popish Plots pray Presbyterians Prince pull the Cloak Puritans religion restore rogamus Roundheads Royal Royalists Rump Says old Simon Scots Sectarian Saints Sing hey song sword thee there's things thou wilt Titus Tower town Trainbands treason truth turn'd Twas twelve Parliament Twill Tyburn unto voted Whigs whilst Whitehall wilt be pleas'd wise
Page 140 - I' th' rump of man, of such a virtue, No force in nature can do hurt to ; And therefore, at the last great day, All th' other members shall they say, Spring out of this, as from a seed All sorts of vegetals proceed : From whence the learned sons of art, Os sacrum, justly style that part.
Page 197 - THE DUCHESS OF PORTSMOUTH'S PICTURE. "September 1682. " Who can on this Picture look, And not strait be wonder-struck That such a speaking dowdy thing Should make a beggar of a King, Three happy nations turn to tears, And all their former love to fears ; Ruin the great, and raise the small, Yet will by turns betray them all ? Lowly born and meanly bred, Yet of this nation is the head; For half Whitehall make her their court, Tho' th'other half make her their sport.
Page 11 - The man in the moon May wear out his shoon, By running after Charles his wain ; But all's to no end, For the times will not mend, Till the king enjoys his own again.
Page 201 - Tribute due and just, Still spent and spilt for Subjects good. If such Kings are by God appointed, The Devil may be the Lord's Anointed...
Page 113 - Here's a roll of the states tobacco, If any good fellow will take it ; No Virginia had e'er such a smack-o, And I'll tell you how they did make it : 'Tis th...
Page 276 - Lilli, &c. We'll hang Magna Charta and dem in a rope. Lilli, &c. For de good Talbot is made a lord, Lilli, &c. And with brave lads is coming aboard : Lilli, &c. Who all in France have taken a sware, Lilli, &c. Dat dey will have no protestant heir.
Page 116 - And here are his dray, and his slings ; Here are Hewson's awl, and his bristles ;£ With diverse other odd things : And what is the price doth belong To all these matters before ye ? I'll sell them all for an old song, And so I do end my story.
Page 200 - Then, Charles, beware of thy Brother York, Who to thy Government gives Law; If once we fall...
Page 172 - Tis newly printed, and newly come forth. 'Twas made of a Cloak that fell out with a gown, That crampt all the kingdom, and crippl'd the crown.
Page 163 - My coyne is spent, my time is lost, And I this only fruit can boast, That once I saw my king. But this doth most afflict my mind: I went to court in hope to find Some of my friends in place; And walking there, I had a sight Of all the crew, but, by this light ! I hardly knew one face.