EBBA 37452

British Library - Bagford
 
Michaelmas Term: / The Cittizens Kind Welcome to Country-men that from all / parts of the Land como hither about their needlesse occasions (needful I mean) with a de- / scription of the seasons and manners of the people therein imployed.
Date Published 1655-1658 ?
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Imprint Printed for F. Coles, J.W. T. Vere W. Gilbertson.
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Collection British Library - Bagford
Pages 2.103 Page Verso, 2.104
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.40.m.10.(107.)
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     Part 1Part 2
    TitleMichaelmas Term: / The Cittizens Kind Welcome to Country-men that from all / parts of the Land como hither about their needlesse occasions (needful I mean) with a de- / scription of the seasons and manners of the people therein imployed.The second Part,
    Tune ImprintTo the tune of the Rambling Clerke.To the same tune.
    First LinesCOme hither my Muse if that thou be'st cold, / And warm thy self well with Promethian Fire,THe three peny Ordinaries are so full throng'd, / that there you can scarce get one bit of meat,
    RefrainI bid them all welcome to Michaelmas Term. [with variation]while Lawyers eat Rost meat in Michaelmas term [with variation]
    Condition
    Ornament
    Notes Cut apart and pasted onto two facing album sheets.