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The Resource A loyal subjects admonition, or, a true song of Brittains Civil [sic] wars. : Some with blind zeal, religion did professe, murder'd their lawful king, oh wickenesse scripture nor chronicle they could not bring, to shew what subjects ever judged their king. King Charls [sic] beheaded was wee understand, proud rebels they did live upon his land, but now these rebels are disperst [sic] and gone, few honest men I think for them make moan. If any man be angry at this song, what 're he thinks hee'd [sic] best to hold his tongue. To the tune of General Moncks right march, that was sounded before him from Scotland to London, or the highlanders march

A loyal subjects admonition, or, a true song of Brittains Civil [sic] wars. : Some with blind zeal, religion did professe, murder'd their lawful king, oh wickenesse scripture nor chronicle they could not bring, to shew what subjects ever judged their king. King Charls [sic] beheaded was wee understand, proud rebels they did live upon his land, but now these rebels are disperst [sic] and gone, few honest men I think for them make moan. If any man be angry at this song, what 're he thinks hee'd [sic] best to hold his tongue. To the tune of General Moncks right march, that was sounded before him from Scotland to London, or the highlanders march

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A loyal subjects admonition, or, a true song of Brittains Civil [sic] wars. : Some with blind zeal, religion did professe, murder'd their lawful king, oh wickenesse scripture nor chronicle they could not bring, to shew what subjects ever judged their king. King Charls [sic] beheaded was wee understand, proud rebels they did live upon his land, but now these rebels are disperst [sic] and gone, few honest men I think for them make moan. If any man be angry at this song, what 're he thinks hee'd [sic] best to hold his tongue. To the tune of General Moncks right march, that was sounded before him from Scotland to London, or the highlanders march
Title
A loyal subjects admonition, or, a true song of Brittains Civil [sic] wars.
Title remainder
Some with blind zeal, religion did professe, murder'd their lawful king, oh wickenesse scripture nor chronicle they could not bring, to shew what subjects ever judged their king. King Charls [sic] beheaded was wee understand, proud rebels they did live upon his land, but now these rebels are disperst [sic] and gone, few honest men I think for them make moan. If any man be angry at this song, what 're he thinks hee'd [sic] best to hold his tongue. To the tune of General Moncks right march, that was sounded before him from Scotland to London, or the highlanders march
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Summary
  • bb
  • A ballad about the English civil War
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Cu-RivES
Citation location within source
  • J39B
  • ESTCR234037
Citation source
  • Wing (CD-ROM, 1996)
  • ESTC (RLIN)
Location of originals duplicates
Bodleian Library,
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Adam Matthew Publications
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  • Charles
  • Broadsides
  • Great Britain
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A loyal subjects admonition, or, a true song of Brittains Civil [sic] wars. : Some with blind zeal, religion did professe, murder'd their lawful king, oh wickenesse scripture nor chronicle they could not bring, to shew what subjects ever judged their king. King Charls [sic] beheaded was wee understand, proud rebels they did live upon his land, but now these rebels are disperst [sic] and gone, few honest men I think for them make moan. If any man be angry at this song, what 're he thinks hee'd [sic] best to hold his tongue. To the tune of General Moncks right march, that was sounded before him from Scotland to London, or the highlanders march
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Publication
Note
  • Date of publication from Wing
  • Verse - "Great controversie hath been in England,"
  • Filmed copy at Adam Matthew's set Women Advising Women: Part 5: Women's writing and advice, c1450-1720, reel 3, Douce Ballads 2[207], filmed with title on recto side of page and imprint on verso side of page; cropped and torn at foot, with loss of text
  • Reproduction of original in the Bodleian Library
Accompanying material
Listing and guide to the microfilm collection (57p.)
Dimensions
  • obl. 1/2°.
  • 35 mm.
Extent
  • 1 sheet ([1] p.)
  • 1 reel
Other physical details
  • ill. (woodcut)
  • microfilm
Reproduction note
Microfilm.
System control number
  • 2480289-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)2480289
  • (Sirsi) AMP2072
  • (OCoLC)63661974
Label
A loyal subjects admonition, or, a true song of Brittains Civil [sic] wars. : Some with blind zeal, religion did professe, murder'd their lawful king, oh wickenesse scripture nor chronicle they could not bring, to shew what subjects ever judged their king. King Charls [sic] beheaded was wee understand, proud rebels they did live upon his land, but now these rebels are disperst [sic] and gone, few honest men I think for them make moan. If any man be angry at this song, what 're he thinks hee'd [sic] best to hold his tongue. To the tune of General Moncks right march, that was sounded before him from Scotland to London, or the highlanders march
Publication
Note
  • Date of publication from Wing
  • Verse - "Great controversie hath been in England,"
  • Filmed copy at Adam Matthew's set Women Advising Women: Part 5: Women's writing and advice, c1450-1720, reel 3, Douce Ballads 2[207], filmed with title on recto side of page and imprint on verso side of page; cropped and torn at foot, with loss of text
  • Reproduction of original in the Bodleian Library
Accompanying material
Listing and guide to the microfilm collection (57p.)
Dimensions
  • obl. 1/2°.
  • 35 mm.
Extent
  • 1 sheet ([1] p.)
  • 1 reel
Other physical details
  • ill. (woodcut)
  • microfilm
Reproduction note
Microfilm.
System control number
  • 2480289-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)2480289
  • (Sirsi) AMP2072
  • (OCoLC)63661974

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