EBBA 31881

University of Glasgow Library - Euing
 
A Loyal Subjects Admonition, or, a true Song of / Brittains Civil Wars. / Some with blind zeal, Religion did professe, / Murder'd their lawful King, oh wickednesse / Scripture nor Chronicle they could not bring, / To shew what subjects ever judged their King. / King Charls beheaded was wee understand, / Proud Rebels they did live upon his Land, But now these Rebels are disperst and gone, / Few honest men I think for them make moan. / If any man be angry at this Song, / What e're he thinks hee'd best to hold his tongue.
Date Published 1660?
Author Thomas Jordan
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Imprint London, Printed for F. Grove on Snow-hill.
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Collection University of Glasgow Library - Euing
Location University of Glasgow Library
Shelfmark Euing Ballads 160
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Title A Loyal Subjects Admonition, or, a true Song of / Brittains Civil Wars. / Some with blind zeal, Religion did professe, / Murder'd their lawful King, oh wickednesse / Scripture nor Chronicle they could not bring, / To shew what subjects ever judged their King. / King Charls beheaded was wee understand, / Proud Rebels they did live upon his Land, But now these Rebels are disperst and gone, / Few honest men I think for them make moan. / If any man be angry at this Song, / What e're he thinks hee'd best to hold his tongue.
Tune Imprint To the Tune of General Moncks right march, that was sounded before him from / Scotland to London, or the Highlanders march.
First Lines GReat controversie hath been in England, / but of the just cause there is few men do know,
Refrain but Monck hath confounded, / each prick-eard round-head, / Now let's be Loyal and true to our King,
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