EBBA 34483

Houghton Library - Huth EBB65H
 
Loyalty unfeigned, Or, / The true Protestants Admonition. / Being a Pleasant New SONG. / Two dangerous Rocks on either hand appear, / We now 'twixt Scilla and Caribdis steer, / Our Pilot's Care (you'l say) had need be great / It had so, for on each hand stands a Fate. / On either hand to Saile we suffer wrack, / Either to Starboard or the Larboard Tack, / Therefore in Wisdom he has thought it best / To Saile foreright, for there the danger's least.
Date Published 1682
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Imprint Printed for P. Brooksby in VVest Smithfield
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Collection Houghton Library - Huth EBB65H
Page 2.173
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Title Loyalty unfeigned, Or, / The true Protestants Admonition. / Being a Pleasant New SONG. / Two dangerous Rocks on either hand appear, / We now 'twixt Scilla and Caribdis steer, / Our Pilot's Care (you'l say) had need be great / It had so, for on each hand stands a Fate. / On either hand to Saile we suffer wrack, / Either to Starboard or the Larboard Tack, / Therefore in Wisdom he has thought it best / To Saile foreright, for there the danger's least.
Tune Imprint To the Tune of, Busie Fame, Young Pheon, or, The Fathers Exhortation.
First Lines HOld fast thy Sword & Scepter Charles / sad Times may else come on
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