EBBA 32548

Huntington Library - Miscellaneous
 
The Second Part to the same Tune; / OR, / An Answer to the Lady of Qualities POPISH BALLAD of the POPISH PLOT. / Like you my Song, or like it not,/ I sing the Down-fall of the PLOT; / The PLOTTERS Characters I shew, / The Devil by his Paw you'l know. / God bless our KING, our CHURCH Preserve, / Whilst TRAYTORS have what they deserve.
Date Published 1679-1680
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Collection Huntington Library - Miscellaneous
Location Huntington Library
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Title The Second Part to the same Tune; / OR, / An Answer to the Lady of Qualities POPISH BALLAD of the POPISH PLOT. / Like you my Song, or like it not,/ I sing the Down-fall of the PLOT; / The PLOTTERS Characters I shew, / The Devil by his Paw you'l know. / God bless our KING, our CHURCH Preserve, / Whilst TRAYTORS have what they deserve.
Tune Imprint To the Tune of PACKINGTON'S POUND.
First Lines SInce Hell is broke loose, and the Press set a work, / By Jesuit, by Jew, by Christian, and Turk;
Refrain Each Mome, and each Sot, / Now talks of the Plot, [with variations]
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