EBBA 35141

Houghton Library - EBB65
 
A Narrative of the Popish-Plot, / Shewing the Cunning Contrivance thereof. / To the Tune of, Packington's Pound. / The Contents of the First Part. / How Sir Godfrey is kill'd, his Body they hide, / Which brought out in Chair, a Horseback does ride; / How Jesuits disguis'd our Houses do fire; / How subtly they Plot, and the King's death conspire; / Of divers great Lords drawn in, to their Bane, / An Irish Army, and Pilgrims from Spain.
Date Published 1681
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Imprint Printed for the Information of all Anti-Plotters, MDCLXXXI.
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Collection Houghton Library - EBB65
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TitleA Narrative of the Popish-Plot, / Shewing the Cunning Contrivance thereof. / To the Tune of, Packington's Pound. / The Contents of the First Part. / How Sir Godfrey is kill'd, his Body they hide, / Which brought out in Chair, a Horseback does ride; / How Jesuits disguis'd our Houses do fire; / How subtly they Plot, and the King's death conspire; / Of divers great Lords drawn in, to their Bane, / An Irish Army, and Pilgrims from Spain.The Second PART. / The Contents of the Second Part. / Of Arms under-ground for Horse and for Foot, / The King almost kill'd, but Gun will not shoot, / For which Pic'ring is whip'd. All of them swear / To be true to the Plot; yet Oates, not for Fear, / But Revenge, being turn'd away, and well bang'd, / Discovers them all; the Jesuits are hang'd.
Tune ImprintTo the Tune of, Packington's Pound.
First LinesGOod People, I pray you, give ear unto me, / A Story so strange you have never been told,THe Plot being thus subtly contriv'd, as you hear, / To God knows how many this * Secret th'impart;
RefrainThe truth of my Story if any man doubt, / W'have Witnesses ready to swear it all out.The [t]ruth of my Story, &c.
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Notes Printed on the recto and verso of one sheet.