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Magdalene College - Pepys 4.237
 
A [Pleas]ant New Song, in Praise of a [L]eather Bottel. / Sh[o]wing how Glasses and Pots [a]re laid asid[e], / And Flaggons and Nogins they cannot abide, / And let all-Wives do what they can, / 'Tis for the Praise and use of Man: / And this you may very well be sure. / The Leather-bottel will longest endure. / And I wish in Heaven his Soul may awell, / That first devised the Leather-Bottel.
Date Published 1678
Author John Wade
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Imprint Printed for F. Coles, T. Vere, I. Wright, J. Clarke, W. Thackeray, and T. Passenger.
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Collection Magdalene College - Pepys
Page 4.237
Location Pepys Library
Shelfmark Pepys Ballads 4.237
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TitleA [Pleas]ant New Song, in Praise of a [L]eather Bottel. / Sh[o]wing how Glasses and Pots [a]re laid asid[e], / And Flaggons and Nogins they cannot abide, / And let all-Wives do what they can, / 'Tis for the Praise and use of Man: / And this you may very well be sure. / The Leather-bottel will longest endure. / And I wish in Heaven his Soul may awell, / That first devised the Leather-Bottel.The second part,
Tune ImprintTo the Tune of, The Bottle-makers Delight.to the same tune.
First LinesGOd above that made all things, / the Heaven, thy Earth and all therein,THen what do you say to these black pots three? / true they shall have no praise of me,
RefrainAnd I wish in heaven his Soul may dwell, / That first devised the Leather-Bottle.And I wish in heaven his Soul may dwell, / That first devised the Leather-Bottle.
Album Page1/2 sheet oblong folio, folded, ?215 x 345
Conditioncropped right edge, torn top edge, creased, holed and damaged surface, uneven inking
Ornamentvertical rules