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Ballad Work - Roud Number: V8827

Titles:
The manifestation of joy, Or, The loyal subjects grateful acknowledgement. Occasionally written upon the Publication of his majesties most Gracious declaration, Allowing Liberty of Conscience

First Lines:
Let England rejoyce and good subjects be glad

Subjects:
Charles II, king of England, 1630-1685

Themes:
Religious controversy - 17th century

Edition - Bod5002

Imprint Names:  [s.n.]

Imprint Locations:  [s.l.]

Date  1688

Imprint: Printed in the Year 1688

Notes:  Wood E 25(110) is another issue.


Ballad - Roud Number: V30153

Title: A new song of Lulla by, or, Father Peters's policy discovered

First Line: In Rome there is a most fearful rout

Tune: Green sleeves

Subjects:  James II, king of England, 1633-1701Petre, Edward, 1631-1699

Themes:  Religious controversy - 17th century

Harding B 39(131)

Notes:  Harding B 39(131) is a negative photocopy of another issue, the Huth (Harvard) copy. Negative photocopy of Huth II.41 (Harvard College Library).


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Edition - Bod567

Imprint Names:  [s.n.]

Imprint Locations:  [s.l.]

Date  [1688]

Ballad - Roud Number: V30629

Title: The explanation

First Line: Our priests in holy pilgrimage

Tune: Hey boys up go we

References:

ESTC: R213665

Themes:  Religious controversy - 17th century

Pamph. B 179(72)

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Wood 417(164)

Notes:  Wood 417(164); MS. annotation: published about S. Thom. day the Apost. 1688 [i.e. 21 Dec.]


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Edition - Bod3024

Imprint Names:  Coles, F.Vere, T.Wright, J.Clarke, J.

Imprint Locations:  LondonLondonLondonLondon

Date  between 1674 and 1679

Imprint: London, Printed for F. Coles, T. Vere, J. Wright, and J. Clarke

Notes:  Captions of illustrations: \"When all things act contrary\"; \"have at thy conny Jone\". The second illustration refers to the chapbook, \"The friar and boy, or the young piper's pleasant pastime\".


Ballad - Roud Number: V30305

Title: A new ballad, called, The Protestants prophesie

First Line: Come hearken to me whilst the truth I do write

Tune: When covetousness out of England will run

References:

ESTC: R218485

Themes:  Religious controversy - 17th century

Wood E 25(117)

Notes:  MS annotation below imprint: Jan. or Feb. 1688.


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Edition - Bod14434

Imprint Names:  Thackeray, W.Passinger, T.

Imprint Locations:  LondonLondon

Date  between 1686 and 1688

Imprint: Printed for W. Thackeray, and T. Passinger


Ballad - Roud Number: V8827

Title: The manifestation of joy, Or, The loyal subjects grateful acknowledgement. Occasionally written upon the Publication of his majesties most Gracious declaration, Allowing Liberty of Conscience

First Line: Let England rejoyce and good subjects be glad

Tune: The Countrey Farmer

Subjects:  Charles II, king of England, 1630-1685

Themes:  Religious controversy - 17th century

Firth c.23(57)

Notes:  Photograph of: Pepys Ballads II:247


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Edition - Bod23330

Imprint Names:  [s.n.]

Imprint Locations:  [s.l.]

Ballad - Roud Number: V34812

Title: A view of the religion of the town, or, A Sunday-morning's ramble

First Line: On Saturday night we sat late at the Rose

References:

ESTC: R226868

Themes:  Religious controversy - 17th century

Wood 417(163)

Notes:  MS note at bottom: published about the middle of Dec. 1688

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V8015

Titles:
Popery's downfal, and the Protestants uprising by the crowning of king William and queen Mary

First Lines:
Now now the papists all go down

Subjects:
William III, King of England, 1650-1702

Themes:
Revolution of 1688
Religious controversy - 17th century

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V5414

Titles:
The rambling Roman Catholick: or, The surpriz'd papist turn'd Protestant

First Lines:
I am a Roman Catholic, whom Protestants doth scorn

Subjects:
Petre, Edward, 1631-1699

Themes:
Revolution of 1688
Religious controversy - 17th century

Edition - Bod4933

Imprint Names:  Grove, F.

Imprint Locations:  London

Date  [1643]

Imprint: Printed at London for F. Grove dwelling on Snow hill


Ballad - Roud Number: V22777

Title: A warning to all priests and jesuites, by the example of two masse-priests which ... were hangd

First Line: Come you seducers all

Tune: A rich merchant man

References:

ESTC: R231668

Themes:  Religious controversy - 17th centuryExecutions - 17th century

Ashm. H 23(47)

Notes:  Torn upper left corner.


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Edition - Bod10602

Imprint Names:  Conyers, G.

Imprint Locations:  London

Date  [c.1689]

Imprint: Printed for G.C. on Ludgate Hill


Ballad - Roud Number: V8015

Title: Popery's downfal, and the Protestants uprising by the crowning of king William and queen Mary

First Line: Now now the papists all go down

Tune: Hey boys up go we

Subjects:  William III, King of England, 1650-1702

Themes:  Religious controversy - 17th centuryRevolution of 1688

Firth c.23(70)

Notes:  Photograph of: Pepys Ballads II:316


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Edition - Bod10628

Imprint Names:  Deacon, J.Blare, J.Brooksby, P.Back, J.

Imprint Locations:  LondonLondonLondonLondon

Date  between 1683 and 1696

Imprint: Printed for P. Brooksby, J. Deacon, J. Blare, J. Back


Ballad - Roud Number: V5414

Title: The rambling Roman Catholick: or, The surpriz'd papist turn'd Protestant

First Line: I am a Roman Catholic, whom Protestants doth scorn

Tune: A begging we will go

Subjects:  Petre, Edward, 1631-1699

Themes:  Religious controversy - 17th centuryRevolution of 1688

Firth c.23(41)

Notes:  Negative photograph of: Pepys Ballads II:295


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Edition - Bod568

Imprint Names:  [s.n.]

Imprint Locations:  [s.l.]

Date  [1688]

Ballad

Title: Private occurrences; or, The transactions of the four last years, written in imitation of the old ballad of Hey brave Oliver, Ho brave Oliver

First Line: A Protestant muse, yet a lover of kings

References:

ESTC: R14171

Subjects:  Monmouth, James Scott, duke of, 1649-1685James II, king of England, 1633-1701William III, King of England, 1650-1702Petre, Edward, 1631-1699

Themes:  Politics and government - 17th centuryReligious controversy - 17th centuryRevolution of 1688

Pamph. B 179(73)

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Wood 417(167)

Notes:  Wood 417(167); MS. annotation giving date of printing \"In the beginning of Dec. 1688\" and identifying the persons alluded to: Edward Petre, James, Earl of Monmouth, Forde Grey, Sir John Shorter, and Sir John Robartes


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Edition - Bod10637

Imprint Names:  Kell, R.

Imprint Locations:  London

Date  1693

Imprint: London, Printed for Rich. Kell, in West-Smithfield, 1693


Ballad - Roud Number: V35101

Title: The modern fanatical reformer: or, The religious state- tinker

First Line: I'm born of English flesh and blood

Tune: Liggan water

Themes:  Politics and government - 17th centuryReligious controversy - 17th century

Firth c.23(46)

Notes:  Negative photograph of: Pepys Ballads V:117


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Edition - Bod18727

Imprint Names:  Clarke, J., Jr.

Imprint Locations:  London

Date  1683

Imprint: Printed for J.C. junior 1683


Ballad - Roud Number: V32796

Title: The Whiggs lamentation, for the tap of sedition

First Line: Lament you Whiggs, you presbyter priggs

References:

ESTC: R219503

Themes:  Politics and government - 17th centuryReligious controversy - 17th century

Wood 417(118)

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Harding B 39(97)

Notes:  Harding B 39(97) is a photograph of Wood 417(118).


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Ballad Work - Roud Number: V3428

Titles:
The ballad of the cloak: or, The cloaks knavery
The ballad of the cloak, or The cloaks knaverie
The ballad of the cloak: or, The cloak's knavery

First Lines:
Come buy my new ballet

Subjects:
Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658

Themes:
Politics and government - 17th century
Commonwealth and protectorate, 1649-1660
Religious controversy - 17th century
Civil war, 1642-1649

Edition - Bod5558

Imprint Names:  Coles, F.Vere, T.Wright, J.

Imprint Locations:  LondonLondonLondon

Date  between 1663 and 1674

Imprint: London, Printed for F. Coles, T. Vere, and J. Wright

Notes:  The second and third illustrations bear the initials: \"R.I.\"


Ballad - Roud Number: V29777

Title: The matchless shepheard, overmatcht by his mistress. Or, The solid shepheards satyrical song against his schismatical mistress

First Line: Fain would I, if I might by any means obtain

Tune: Fain would I if I could

Authors:  Price, Laurence, 1628-1680

Themes:  Commonwealth and protectorate, 1649-1660Civil war, 1642-1649Politics and government - 17th centuryReligious controversy - 17th century

4o Rawl. 566(36)

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Edition - Bod24021

Imprint Names:  White, J.

Imprint Locations:  Newcastle

Date  between 1711 and 1769

Imprint: Newcastle upon Tyne: Printed by John White


Ballad - Roud Number: V3428

Title: The ballad of the cloak: or, The cloak's knavery

First Line: Come buy my new ballet

Tune: Packington's pound

References:

ESTC: R232414

Subjects:  Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658

Themes:  Commonwealth and protectorate, 1649-1660Civil war, 1642-1649Politics and government - 17th centuryReligious controversy - 17th century

Douce Ballads 3(12a)

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