EBBA 35529

Beinecke Library - Broadsides By6
 
The Parliament Routed: / OR, / Here's a HOUSE to be let. / I hope that England, after many Jarres, / Shall be at Peace, and give no way to Warres: / O Lord protect the Generall, that He / May be the Agent of our Unitie.
Date Published 1653
Author S. S.
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Collection Beinecke Library - Broadsides By6
Location Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Shelfmark BrSides By6 1653
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TitleThe Parliament Routed: / OR, / Here's a HOUSE to be let. / I hope that England, after many Jarres, / Shall be at Peace, and give no way to Warres: / O Lord protect the Generall, that He / May be the Agent of our Unitie.The second part,
Tune ImprintTo the Tune of Lucina, or, Merrily and Cherrily.to the same tune.
First LinesCHeare up kind Country=men, be not dismayd, / true newes I can tell ye concerning the Nation,THey voted, unvoted, as fancy did guide, / to passe away time, but increasing their treasure,
Refraintwelve Parliament men shall be sold for a peny. [with variation]but twelve Parliament-men shall be sold for a peny.
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