EBBA 32371

Huntington Library - Bindley (formerly Luttrell)
 
A New-years Guift to the TEMPLERS, / On that Eminent Lawyer / Sir Edmond Saunders, / His being Chosen Lord Chief-Justice of England. / When Ploting Knaves from Justice fly away, / Then Loyal Templers shall come into Play; / When Rogues, and Traytors, dare not shew their Face, / Then Honest men again shall come in place.
Date Published 1683
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Imprint Printed by Nat. Thompson at the entrance into the Old-Spring-Garden, near Charing-Cross.
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Collection Huntington Library - Bindley (formerly Luttrell)
Location Huntington Library
Shelfmark HEH 135981
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  Part 1
Title A New-years Guift to the TEMPLERS, / On that Eminent Lawyer / Sir Edmond Saunders, / His being Chosen Lord Chief-Justice of England. / When Ploting Knaves from Justice fly away, / Then Loyal Templers shall come into Play; / When Rogues, and Traytors, dare not shew their Face, / Then Honest men again shall come in place.
Tune Imprint To the Tune of, Joy to the Bridegroom.
First Lines OLd Tony's fled, from Justice gone, / And all his shamming Plots are done;
Refrain And to great Charles our Gracious King / In joyful consorts let us sing. [with variation]
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