London, Printed for F. Coles, T. Vere, J. Wright, and J. Clarke
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\".
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
31A25552(+81): Index finger forwards, pointing, indicating (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
47I221: Herding, herdsman, herdswoman, shepherd, shepherdess, cowherd, etc.
48CC7525: One person playing wind instrument - CC - out of doors
11P31521: Monk(s), friar(s)
47I211: Bovine cattle
48C7351: Flute, aulos, tibia
25G(+223): Plants; vegetation (+ thorn, prickle)
84(FRIAR AND BOY): Tales and fairy tales (with TITLE)
54C4: Temptation; 'Tentatione' (Ripa)
31A231: Standing figure
46C1211: Carrying something in basket, bag, rucksack, etc.
43C1149: Return from the hunt
Shelfmark: Wood E 25(117)
Notes: MS annotation below imprint: Jan. or Feb. 1688.