EBBA 21966

 
Poor Robin's Prophesie, or, The merry Conceited Fortune-teller. / Although the Poet makes no large Apology, / Some insight he may have into AssTrology, / Then buy this Song, and give your Judgment of it. / And then perhaps you'l say he's a Small Prophet, / For he can tell when things will come to pass, / That you will [s]ay is strange as ever was.
Date Published 1674-1679
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Imprint Printed for F. Coles, T. Vere, J. Wright, and J. Clarke.
License
Collection Magdalene College - Pepys
Page 4.304
Location Pepys Library
Shelfmark Pepys Ballads 4.304
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  Part 1
Title Poor Robin's Prophesie, or, The merry Conceited Fortune-teller. / Although the Poet makes no large Apology, / Some insight he may have into AssTrology, / Then buy this Song, and give your Judgment of it. / And then perhaps you'l say he's a Small Prophet, / For he can tell when things will come to pass, / That you will [s]ay is strange as ever was.
Tune Imprint Tune of, The Delights of the Bottle, &c.
First Lines ALL you that delight for to hear a new song, / Or to see the world turn'd topsie, turvy, e're long,
Refrain And Golden days come, when the Devil is blind. [with variations]
Album Page 1/2 sheet oblong folio, 200 x 277
Condition cropped top and bottom edges, creased and damaged surface, uneven inking
Ornament horizontal rule and cast fleurons