EBBA ID: 31849

University of Glasgow Library - Euing 141
 
Here is some comfort for Poor Cavaleeres: / OR, / The Duke of Yorks Speech to the Parliament of England, concerning his Fa- / thers old Souldiers; also, a brief Relation of the forty five sail of Ships that / have crost the Ocean with numerous company of English Gallants; Prince / Robert doth represent the Kings Royal person in Portugal. / They'l fetch a Queen with store of Indian Treasure / Will make old Cavies laugh beyond all measure.
Date Published 1660?
Author Thomas Jordan
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Imprint London, printed for F. Grove on Snow-hill.
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Collection University of Glasgow Library - Euing
Location University of Glasgow Library
Shelfmark Euing Ballads 141
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TitleHere is some comfort for Poor Cavaleeres: / OR, / The Duke of Yorks Speech to the Parliament of England, concerning his Fa- / thers old Souldiers; also, a brief Relation of the forty five sail of Ships that / have crost the Ocean with numerous company of English Gallants; Prince / Robert doth represent the Kings Royal person in Portugal. / They'l fetch a Queen with store of Indian Treasure / Will make old Cavies laugh beyond all measure.The second part
Tune ImprintTo a pleasant tune called Moncks March, or, Maids will say nay and take it.to the same Tune.
First LinesOLd Cavaleers / prick up your earsYOur wounds and scars / in Charles his Wars
RefrainYou that did fight, / for Charls his Right, / against the new inventions, / The Parliament / doth give consent / That you shall all have Pensions.You that did fight, &c.
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