EBBA ID: 30422

British Library - Roxburghe 3.96-97
 
Love and Honesty: OR, The Modish Courtier. / What’s here to do? a pretty Modish song / Turn’d to a Ballad? in troth I think e’re long, / A fourth part of the Town will Poets be, / If that a line of Wit they can but see: / They must be medling and add further still, / And never leave till all that's sence they kill: / Yet if I Iudge aright, the vulgar sort / Are mightily beholding to them for't.
Date Published 1676
Author
Standard Tune
Imprint Printed for E. Oliver, at the Golden-Key, on Snow-hill, over-a-gainst St. Sepulchres-Church.
License With Allowance, Ro. L’Estrange, Feb. 8. 1676.
Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 3.96, 3.97
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.9.96-97
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  Part 1
Title Love and Honesty: OR, The Modish Courtier. / What’s here to do? a pretty Modish song / Turn’d to a Ballad? in troth I think e’re long, / A fourth part of the Town will Poets be, / If that a line of Wit they can but see: / They must be medling and add further still, / And never leave till all that's sence they kill: / Yet if I Iudge aright, the vulgar sort / Are mightily beholding to them for't.
Tune Imprint To a pleasant new Tune, called, The Duke of Monmouth’s Jigg.
First Lines A Curse on the zealous and ignorant crew, / Who languish all day,
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Condition
Ornament