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The Belgick boar. A new song, to the old tune of Chevy-Chase.

London : [s.n.], printed in the year MDCXCV [1695] Great Britain England London.

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The Catholick ballad: or, An invitation to popery, upon considerable grounds and reasons. To the tune of, Eighty eight.

Walter Pope, -1714.

[London] : s.n, [1689] Great Britain England London.

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To the brazen-head.

[London] : s.n, [1688?] Great Britain England London.

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A new Presbyterian ballad, to the old tune of, The clean contrary way.

[S.l] : [s.n.], Printed in the year, 1683.

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A litany for the fast.

[London?] : s.n, [1682?] Great Britain England London.

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The Oxford alderman's speech to the D. of M. when His Grace made his entrance into that city, about Sept. 1680.

[London?] : s.n, [1681] Great Britain England London.

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New verses concerning the plot, Londons fire, & Godfreys murder. Given into his Majesties hand, the second of September last, by E.R. Whereto is added the papists attempts upon Justice Arnold, Mr. Thomkins, and lately on Sr. William Waller. Which also may be sung to the tune, Stone walls cannot a prison make, &c.

J Taylor, (John)

London : [s.n.], printed in the year 1680. Great Britain England London.

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Innocence unveil'd: or, A poem on the acquittal of the Lord Chief Justice Scroggs.

[London] : s.n, [1680] Great Britain England London.

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A nevv-years gift: being a poem dedicated to the lasting memory of that worthy and learned Dr. Titus Oats, the first discoverer of the Popish Plott, to destroy the sacred person of his Majesty, and to extirpate the Protestant religion.

[London] : [s.n.], Anno Dom. 1680. Great Britain England London.

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