EBBA 36600

British Library - Luttrell Ballads
 
TOM and WILL: / OR, / News from the Country. / Being a further NARRATIVE of the late POPISH PLOT. / TOM and WILL, (Two Country-Fellows) / Meeting by Chance one Day at Ale-House; / They sit them down, and o're a Pot, / They Learnedly discourse the PLOT. / Each vents his Thoughts, and tells his Story; / Little to POPE, or PAPISTS Glory. / And though they now and then Dis-joint / A Word or two, What's that to th'Point? / No Man, I guess, will at it grutch, / Since Doctors Grave have done as much. / But why should I fore-stall the Market? / Read it but o're, and do but mark it: / The Truth of All, you'll plainly see. / The Tune is --------- / Whoop Sir Domine.
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Imprint Printed in the YEAR, 1680.
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Collection British Library - Luttrell Ballads
Page 3.139
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.5.(139.)
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    TitleTOM and WILL: / OR, / News from the Country. / Being a further NARRATIVE of the late POPISH PLOT. / TOM and WILL, (Two Country-Fellows) / Meeting by Chance one Day at Ale-House; / They sit them down, and o're a Pot, / They Learnedly discourse the PLOT. / Each vents his Thoughts, and tells his Story; / Little to POPE, or PAPISTS Glory. / And though they now and then Dis-joint / A Word or two, What's that to th'Point? / No Man, I guess, will at it grutch, / Since Doctors Grave have done as much. / But why should I fore-stall the Market? / Read it but o're, and do but mark it: / The Truth of All, you'll plainly see. / The Tune is --------- / Whoop Sir Domine.The Second Part,
    Tune ImprintThe Tune is --------- / Whoop Sir Domine.To the same Tune.
    First LinesHEark thee Will, I'le tell thee some News; / it is so Good, I cannot chuse:VErily Tom, you well do show, / what I long time before did know;
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    Notes In manuscript underneath the imprint: "/79 11 March."