EBBA 36759

British Library - Osterley Park
 
The Shooe=maker's Triumph: / BEING / A Song in Praise of the Gentle-Craft, shewing how Royal Princes, Sons of Kings, Lords, / and great Commanders, have been Shooe-makers of old, to the Honour of this ancient Trade; / as it was sung at a General Assembly of Shooe-makers, on the 25th of Octob. 1695, being St. Crispin.
Date Published 1683-1716 ?
Author Richard Rigby
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Imprint Printed for C. Bates, at the Sun and Bible in Pye-corner
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Collection British Library - Osterley Park
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.39.k.6.(34.)
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      Part 1
    Title The Shooe=maker's Triumph: / BEING / A Song in Praise of the Gentle-Craft, shewing how Royal Princes, Sons of Kings, Lords, / and great Commanders, have been Shooe-makers of old, to the Honour of this ancient Trade; / as it was sung at a General Assembly of Shooe-makers, on the 25th of Octob. 1695, being St. Crispin.
    Tune Imprint To the Tune of, The Evening Ramble, &c.
    First Lines I Sing in the Praise of Shooe-makers, / whose Honour no Person can stain,
    Refrain As Persons of honoured Fame and Renown; / Then let not their Glory be trampled down. [with variation]
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