EBBA ID: 31159

British Library - Roxburghe 2.564
 
The loyal and true hearted subjects good will to King and / Common-wealth. / For all the Merchants that with Lead doth trade, / And Minors, I these Verses here have made, / For their sweet pleasure mirth, and great delight, / I took the pains these Verses to indite, / But my good will to King and Country here / To all true subjects plainly shall appear.
Date Published 1664-1688 ?
Author Thomas Houghton
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Imprint Printed for Thomas Passenger at the three bibles on London-bridge.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Page 2.564
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.8.564
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  Part 1
Title The loyal and true hearted subjects good will to King and / Common-wealth. / For all the Merchants that with Lead doth trade, / And Minors, I these Verses here have made, / For their sweet pleasure mirth, and great delight, / I took the pains these Verses to indite, / But my good will to King and Country here / To all true subjects plainly shall appear.
Tune Imprint To the Tune of, The Dukes wish, or ile ask no more.
First Lines MInors of Minervals where e're you be / You Lead Merchants that Trade by Sea
Refrain And i'de ask no more. [with variation]
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