EBBA 30819

British Library - Roxburghe
 
OXFORD in Mourning, / For the Loss of the Parliament. / OR, / London's loud Laughter at her late flattering her self with Excessive Trading. / A Pleasant New SONG. / Now Tapsters, Vinters, Sales-men, Taylors, all / Open their Throats, and for their losses bawl: / The Parliament is gone, their hopes now fail, / Pall'd is the Wine, and Egar grow the Ale: / Now Rooms late let for twenty Crowns a Week, / Would let for twelve-pence, but may Lodgers seek; / London Rejoyces who was sad before, And in like Coin does pay off Oxfords score.
Date Published 1681
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Page 2.384
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.8.384
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Title OXFORD in Mourning, / For the Loss of the Parliament. / OR, / London's loud Laughter at her late flattering her self with Excessive Trading. / A Pleasant New SONG. / Now Tapsters, Vinters, Sales-men, Taylors, all / Open their Throats, and for their losses bawl: / The Parliament is gone, their hopes now fail, / Pall'd is the Wine, and Egar grow the Ale: / Now Rooms late let for twenty Crowns a Week, / Would let for twelve-pence, but may Lodgers seek; / London Rejoyces who was sad before, And in like Coin does pay off Oxfords score.
Tune Imprint To the Tune of, Packington's Pound; Or, Digby's Farewel.
First Lines LOndon now smiles to see Oxford in Tears, / Who lately derided and scoff'd at her fears;
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