EBBA 36596

British Library - Luttrell Ballads
 
OATES / WELL THRESH'T. / Being a Dialogue of Country-make / Betwixt a Farmer, and his Man-Boy, Jack. / The Good Man, who has lost much by the Grain, / Hears Presbyter-Jack to Plead for it in vain.
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Imprint LONDON, Printed for R.H. in the Year, 1681.
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Collection British Library - Luttrell Ballads
Page 3.125
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.5.(125.)
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      Part 1
    Title OATES / WELL THRESH'T. / Being a Dialogue of Country-make / Betwixt a Farmer, and his Man-Boy, Jack. / The Good Man, who has lost much by the Grain, / Hears Presbyter-Jack to Plead for it in vain.
    Tune Imprint The Tune, Which no Body can deny, &c. / The Burden must be Twice Repeated.
    First Lines OUr Oates, last Week not worth a Groat, / Have, Sir, (which all do wonder at)
    Refrain Which no Body can deny, Sir. [with variation]
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    Ornament
    Notes Printed on the recto and verso of a single sheet.