EBBA ID: 31846

University of Glasgow Library - Euing 138
 
Hells Master-piece discovered: / Or Joy and Sorrow mixt together. / Being a breife and true Relation of the Damnable Plot, of those invetrate Enemies of God, / and the King; who intended to a mixt our Joy for the Nativitie of Christ, with the / blood of the King, and his faithfull Subjects. / Being a fit Carrall for Royallist to sing, / That alwaies fear God, and honour the King.
Date Published 1660-1661 ?
Author C. H.
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Imprint London, Printed for Francis Grove dwelling on Snowhill.
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Collection University of Glasgow Library - Euing
Location University of Glasgow Library
Shelfmark Euing Ballads 138
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TitleHells Master-piece discovered: / Or Joy and Sorrow mixt together. / Being a breife and true Relation of the Damnable Plot, of those invetrate Enemies of God, / and the King; who intended to a mixt our Joy for the Nativitie of Christ, with the / blood of the King, and his faithfull Subjects. / Being a fit Carrall for Royallist to sing, / That alwaies fear God, and honour the King.The second Part,
Tune ImprintTo the Tune of, Sommer time.to the same Tune.
First LinesYOu Loyall Subjects all give eare, / unto my sad and joyfull Song;THis Devillish Plot was carried on, / tis thought in all the Kingdome round,
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