A collection of state songs, poems, &c. that have been publish'd since the Rebellion: and sung in the several mug-houses in the cities of London and Westminster, &c

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Page 74 - his Hat down o'er his Face, Nor ftarts, looks back, and mends his Pace. Or if he ramble to the Tower, He knows no Crime, and dreads no Power ; But thence returning, free as Wind, Smiles at the
Page 75 - Highlands e'er were feen ; Nor Ale and Brandy ever bred More pimpled Cheeks, or Nofe more red ; And yet, with both Hands in my Breaft, Carelefs I walk'd, nor fhun'd the
Page 75 - and Papers, No Word or Line fhall give me Vapours. Send me to Whigs as true and hearty As ever pity'd poor M
Page 73 - That trufts his honeft Deeds i'th' Light, Nor meets in dark Cabals, by Night, With Fools, who, after much Debate, Get themfelves hang'd, and fave the State,
Page 76 - Yet ftill my Loyalty I'll boaft, King GEORGE (hall ever be my Toaft ; Unbrib'd his glorious Caufe I'll own, And fearlefs fcorn each Traytor's Frown.
Page 16 - OUR Fathers of old took Oaths as their Wives, To have and to hold for the Term of their Lives; But we take the Oaths, like a Whore, for our
Page 123 - With Blafts of Northern Wind, Young Perkin lay deploring On Warming-pan reclin'd ; Wide o'er the roaring
Page 30 - ever, A brave Whig with one Hand, At GEORGE'S Command, Can make their
Page 86 - em they might all for mighty Honours look, For he that was before a Lord, was now become a
Page 30 - And a Stone, and a Brick, They equip their Roaring Crew for

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