EBBA 30831

British Library - Roxburghe
 
Religion made a Cloak for Villany / OR, / The Loyal Subjects Delight. / Who is neither VVHIGG nor TORY. / Being a most Pleasant New Play SONG. / Alas! what pitty is't, when thus we see / Religious Masques oft cover Villany; / Tory and Whigg contend for Loyalty, / When both alike do Envy Monarchy: / The Name of Jesuit, Fryar, and Monk's forgot, / 'Tis Whigg and Tory mannage all the Plot, / Under those Names, Rome and Genevea lurk, / And daily carry on their Cursed Work.
Date Published 1681-1684 ?
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 2.398, 2.399
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.8.398-399
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Title Religion made a Cloak for Villany / OR, / The Loyal Subjects Delight. / Who is neither VVHIGG nor TORY. / Being a most Pleasant New Play SONG. / Alas! what pitty is't, when thus we see / Religious Masques oft cover Villany; / Tory and Whigg contend for Loyalty, / When both alike do Envy Monarchy: / The Name of Jesuit, Fryar, and Monk's forgot, / 'Tis Whigg and Tory mannage all the Plot, / Under those Names, Rome and Genevea lurk, / And daily carry on their Cursed Work.
Tune Imprint To the Tune of, Now, now the Fight's done.
First Lines LEt Tories Curse on and the Wiggs let them Rage, / While both strive the Nation in Wars to ingage;
Refrain But those are good Subjects that from Clamour cease, / And pray for the King and the Nations long peace. [with variation]
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