EBBA ID: 30679

British Library - Roxburghe 2.216-217
 
The honest Tradesmans Honour Vindicated. / OR, / The Bragadocia quel'd, / As in this Ditty out is held, / OR, / A merry Dialogue between a Swash Blade / And an Artist of London to vindicate trade: / With merry jibes, jears and frumps, / To drive melancholy men / out of their dumps, / Pend to make them merry when / Melancholy doth possess the brain.
Date Published 1670-1677 ?
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 2.216, 2.217
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.8.216-217
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TitleThe honest Tradesmans Honour Vindicated. / OR, / The Bragadocia quel'd, / As in this Ditty out is held, / OR, / A merry Dialogue between a Swash Blade / And an Artist of London to vindicate trade: / With merry jibes, jears and frumps, / To drive melancholy men / out of their dumps, / Pend to make them merry when / Melancholy doth possess the brain.The second Part,
Tune ImprintThe tune is, General Monk was a Noble man, &c.to the same Tune.
First LinesI Am a gallant Blade indeed, / and gay Apparel wear,YOu Tradesman at your work do moyl, / whilst we to mirth incline sir:
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