EBBA 33872

National Library of Scotland - Crawford
 
The Night-VValkers; Or, / The Loyal HUZZA. / Since Treason never wanted a Pretence, / Sure Vertues chiefest Guard is Innocence, / But I'le not trust her with it at this time, / For fear I make my Innocence a Crime: / Imposing Man may Vertue backward draw, / Therefore I'le Guard her with a loud Huzza.
Date Published 1682
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Imprint Printed for P. Brooksby, near the H[o]s[pita]l[-]gate, in West-Smithfield: 1682.
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Collection National Library of Scotland - Crawford
Location National Library of Scotland
Shelfmark Crawford.EB.1211
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Title The Night-VValkers; Or, / The Loyal HUZZA. / Since Treason never wanted a Pretence, / Sure Vertues chiefest Guard is Innocence, / But I'le not trust her with it at this time, / For fear I make my Innocence a Crime: / Imposing Man may Vertue backward draw, / Therefore I'le Guard her with a loud Huzza.
Tune Imprint To the Tune of, On the Bank of a River, &c.
First Lines THe Town is our own, / when the Streets are all clear;
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