The Wandering Jew's Chronicle
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1 WHen William, Duke WHen William Duke WHEN William Duke WHen William Duke WHEN William duke WHEN William, Duke [..] of N[..]rrmandy, Normandy, Normandy Normandy, Normandy N[..]rmandy,
2 With all his Normans With a[..]l his Normans With all his Normans [..] ans galantly, gallantly, gallantly gallantry
3 This this Kingdom kingdom kingdome Kingdome did subdue; subdue: subdue, subdue. [..]subdue;
4 Full fifteen Full fffteen [..]as, Years of Age I years of age I was, w[..]s,
5 And whate'er And what e're And what e'er And whate're And what ere [..]o since has hath his come to pass, pass
6 I can report I can Report [..] for it true. true true:
7 I can remember since he went [..] can remember since he went; i can Remember since he went, I can remember since he went, [..]
8 From London for to conquer Kent: From London Kent, for to Conquer [...]om London for to conquer Kent, From London for to Conquer Kent. From London for to conquer Kent From London for to conquer Kent, From London for to conquer Kent, From London for to conquer Kent; [..]t, :
9 Where where Where walking [..]d, in with a walking Walking Wood, Wood. Wood; wood, wood Wood
10 The Men of Kent The men of Kent [..]he Men of Kent The Men of Kent The men of Kent [..]im, compassed Compassed encompassed did compass encompass'd him, him
11 And he for [..]d he for [..]m Aye confirm'd to aye confirm'd to aid confirm'd on ay confirmed to ay confirm'd to them, them
12 King Edward's Laws for Good. King Edwards Laws for good. King Edwards Laws for good King EDWARDS Laws for good. King Edward's Laws for good. King Edward's Laws for good, King Edward's laws for good. King Edwards laws for good. King Edward's laws for good, [..]d ,
13 I [..]w, Likewise I Likewise, I [..]kewise I likewise Likewise I. William Rufus knew, William Rufus knew WILLIAM RUFUS knew, William Rufus knew,
14 And saw And say [..]ew the Arrow the arrow that which him slew, him slew
15 Hard by a hard by a [..] Forest Side: Forrest side: Forest side, Forest side: Forest Side; Forest side; forest side. forest side, forest-side. forrest side:
16 I well could I well cou'd And I can [..] tell you You you, if I If I list, List, wist,
17 Or better tell you if I Or better tell You if I And better tell you if I Or better tell you, if I [..] wist, wist; list,
18 Who next to him did ride. who next to him did ride. Whom next to him did ride. Who next to him did Ride, Who next to him did ride, [..]
19 First Henry, First Henry First HENRY, First Henry, [..]w aye, I, ayes I ay ay, and Stephen knew, Stehpen kn[..]w, STEPHEN knew, Stephen too, Stephen knew
20 Whom Who When no Man there man there M[..]n there one there man here but I did but i did view, view; [..]view,
21 I saw i saw [..]ad; them him Crown'd, and Dead: Crown'd and dead: Crown'd and dead. Crown'd and Dead: crown'd and dead! crown'd and dead; crown'd and dead: crown'd and dead crown'd and dead. Crown'd and dead;
22 I can remember well also I can remember well also, i can Remember well also, And can remember well also [..]
23 The Second The second [..]ow, Henry's Henry's HENRY'S Henries royal Royal Show; show, Show, Shew, show
24 The Day that day the Day The day [..] that when he was wed. he was Wed. he was wed,
25 I likewise was at i likewise was at [..] Woodstock Woodstock-Bower, Woodstock Woodstock-bower, Bower, Bower; Bow'r, bower, bowre, bower,
26 And I saw that the sweet and famous & comely [..] Flower, flower, flower Flower
27 Queen Eleanor Queen Elinor Queen Elenor Queen ELENOR Queen Eleanor Queen Elenor so [..] did so spight: spight spight. spight, spight; spite; spite.
28 I found i found [..]in, the Clew the Clue the clue the clew that clew of Thread thread threed again, again.
29 After that worthy Knight was After that Worthy Knight was After that worthy knight was slain; slain, slain. slain [..]slain,
30 'Twas ‘twas 'twas It was [..]ite. blue, green, blue, green, blew, green blue, Green, Blue, green, red, red and red, and Red, & green, and white. White. white
31 I saw King Richar[d] in his I saw King Richard in his I saw King RICHARD in his I saw King Richard in his I saw king Richard in his Shirt, Shirt shirt, s[..]irt shirt
32 Pull out a furious Lion's Lyons Lyon's lion's Lions Heart, heart, heart
33 Whereby his Strength was whereby his strength was whereby his Strength was Whereby his strength was try'd: try'd; try'd. tried, try'd,
34 I saw King John, when as the I saw King John when as the I saw King JOHN when as the I saw King John, when as the I saw king John, when as the I saw King John when as the Monk Monk, Monk. Munk monk Munk,
35 Gave him the Poison which Poyson which Poison, which poison as poyson which poison which he drunk, Drunk, drunk; drank. drank;
36 And and then forsooth thenforsooth he dy'd. died, died. dy'd
37 I mark'd the Barons mark'd the Barrons mark'd tbe Barons saw the barons markt the Barons when they sent when they sent,
38 For the French Dauphin, French Doulphin, FRENCH Dauphin French Dauphin French Dauphin, French Dauphin, French Dolphin, F[..]ench Dauphin. French Dauphin, French dauphin French Dalphin, with Intent with intent with intent, with intent.
39 To put Third Henry to put third Henry to put third HENRY To put Third Henry to put Third Henry To put third Henry to put third Henry down: down. down; down; down, by: by.
40 I saw the Earl of Leicester I saw the Earl of Leicester i saw the Earl of LEICESTER I saw the earl of Leicester stout, stout bent,
41 (Call'd, (Call'd Call'd Called Simon SIMON Simon Munford) Munford MUNFORD) Mountford) Montford) Mounford) with his Tent with his Tent, with his tent, with his tent
42 Besiege besiege [..] fair London Town. London Town. LONDON TOWN. London town. London-town. L[..] Tow[..].
43 And I have the First Edward seen, And I have the first Edward seen, And i have the first EDWARD seen, And I have the First Edward seen, And I have the first Edward seen, And I have the first Edward seen And I have the First Edward seen,
44 Whose Legs legs Lges I i thought think still thought to have had been been,
45 A Yard a Yard a yard A yard and or more in Length: more in length: more in length. more in Length; more in length;
46 I W[..]th With with him I i into Scotland went, into SCOTLAND went; into Scotland went, into Scotland went
47 And back again incontinent, incontinent. in contentment, incontinent
48 Which which he subdu'd hee subdued he subdued by Strength. strength. strenth. strenght.
49 I knew i knew Carnarvon's Minion dear, Carnarven's Minion dear, Carmarvan's Minion dear, CARNARVON'S Minion Dear. Carmarthen's minion dear, Carnarven's Minion dear Carnarvonon's minion dear, Canarvans minion deer, Carnarvonon's minion's dear, Carnarvon's minion dear,
50 And I saw the Fall of saw the fall of saw the Fall of Mortimer, Mortimeer, Mortimer, Mortimer Mortimer.
51 With all the with all the Barons Barrons barons Wars: Wars. Wars; wars wars: wars.
52 I likewise And likely i likewise was in Armour to have been in Armor in armour sent sent, spent
53 To At Burton Burton Battle Battel battle battel upon Trent, upon Trent. upon TRENT, upon Trent,
54 Where I where I Where i receiv'd Receiv'd received these Scars scars. Scars. Scars, skars. scars,
55 Third Edward, and his Third Edward and his Third EDWARD and his Third Edward and his valiant Valliant Son, Son son, son
56 By whom by whom great such Feats feats of of Arms arms were done, were don was done were done was done, were done;
57 I i [..] saw on Cressy Plain; Cressy Plain: Cressy Plain. Cresly P!ain. Cresses Plain; Cressy Plain, Crosley plain Cressey plain, Cross[..]ey plain. Crosley-plain. Cressy Plain
58 Which Day, when day when Day when day, when days when days Bows bows and Arrows & arows and arrows & Arrows keen keen, keen
59 Grew scant, scant sant, with mighty Stones I with mighty stones I with mighty stones i ween, wen ween, ween
60 Were were Where many Frenchmen French men Frenchmen FRENCHMEN French Men French-men French-men French- men slain. slain slain,
61 I knew Wat i knew WAT I knew Wat I knew Wat Tyler, and Tyler and Tylor and TYLER, and Tyler & Tyler, and Tyler and Jack Straw, JACK STRAW, Jack Straw,
62 And I i I the th[..] Mayor of London saw, Mayor of London saw, mayor of LONDON saw Mayor of London saw Mayor of London saw. mayor of London saw,
63 In in Smithfield, which him Smithfield which him Smithfield, which he Sm[..]ield which him Smithfield which he Smithfield, which him Smithfield with him Smith-field which him slew: slew. slew? slew; slew,
64 I was at i was at I was at Pomfret Castle, Pomfret Castle Pomfret Castle Pomphfret Castle, Pomfret-castle Pomfret Castle. when when,
65 The Second The second The Second Richard there Richard he RIGHARD there Richard there was slain, was slain.
66 Whose Death whose death whose Death Whose death e'er e're ere since I rue. since i rue. since I rue: since I rue,
67 I i I saw mark'd when Henry Bolingbrook, Henry Bullingbrook Henry Bulinbrook, HENRY BOLINGBROOK, Henry Bolingbrook Henry Bolingbroke Henry Bull[..]ngbrook, Holingbroke Henry Bullenbrook Holingbroke, Henry Bolinbroke Henry Bullingbrook,
68 The Crown and The crown and the Scepter Sceptre septre sceptre scepter on him took; took took,
69 When Which which he became full so right well: well. well;
70 I I saw mark'd when Henry when Henry when HENRY Hotspur Hotsur Hotspur HOTSPUR he, he
71 And many Lords lord Lord lords at Salisbury, Shrewsbury, Shrewsbury, Salisbury Salisbury. Shrewsbury Salisbury,
72 Were were where Was Where slain in Battle fell. Battel fell. Ba[..]tle fell. Battle, fell. Battle fel[..]. battle fell. battel fell. Battle fe[..].
73 I i I saw the brave knew that great saw that brave victorious Prince, Victorious Prince, victorious prince. victorious Prince victorious prince,
74 Whose Death I (whose death I Whose Death i Whose death I (Whose death I Whose death I have bewail'd e'er since, have bewail'd e're since) have bewail'd e'er since have bewail'd e'er since. have bewail'd e're since, have bewail'd ere since) have bewailed e'er since. hsve bewail'd e're since, have bewail'd e're si[..]
75 Henry the Fifth, I Henry the fifth I Henry the Fifth I HENRY the fifth i Henry the Fifth, I Henry the fifth I Henry the fifth I mean: mean mean; mean, mean. meant;
76 And I can give you And I can give You And i can give you And I can give you a good just Report, report, Report report ,
77 How many French at How many French at Agincourt, Agen-Court, Agen Court, Agincourt, Agin Court, Agen Court, Agencourt Agincourt
78 Were were Was Where where in one Battle battel battle Battel slain. slain Slain. slain;
79 I saw the i saw the I saw the White and Red rose White, & Red-Rose white and Red Rose white and Red-Rose White and Red-Rose white and red Rose white and red nose white and red rose Wh[..]e, and Red-Rose fig[..] White, and Red-Rose Knight. Knight, Knight Knights, knight, fight
80 And Warwick WARWICK Warwick Warick Warick Great, in Armour bright, great in Armour bright Great in Armour bright, great, in Armour bright, great in Armour bright, great in armour bright, great in armour bright great in armour bright. ,
81 In the in the Sixth Henry's Reign: sixth Henry's Reign: sixth Henry's Reign; sixth HENRY'S Reign: Sixth Henry's Reign: sixth Henry's reign; Sixth Henry's Reign; sixth Henry's reign, fifth Henries raign sixth's Henry's reign. Sixth Henry's reign. sixth Henrys Reign: sixth Henry's Reign:
82 And I present was that very Hour, present was that very hour, present was that very hour present was that very hour.
83 When Henry H[..]nry HENRY Henry was in London Tower, London Tower, London Tow'r, London Tower LONDON Tower, London Tower. London-tower
84 By by crook'd Back'd Crook'd-back Crook back'd Crook'd Back'd crook'd Back crook-back Crookt-backt Crook-back'd Crook'd Back'[..] crook'd-back Richard Richard R[..]hard slain.
85 I i And I in the Goldsmith's the Gold-smiths a Goldsmith's the goldsmith's a Gold-smith a Gold-smith's a Gold-smiths Shop shop have I've seen, seen seen.
86 Fourth Edward's famous Concubine; Fourth Edwards famous Concubine, Fourth Edward's Famous Concubine, Fourth EDWARD's famous Concubine; Fourth Edward's famous Concubine; Fourth Edward's famous Concubine, Fourth Edward's famous Concubine, Fourth Edward's famous concubine; Fourth Edwards famous Concubine Fourth Edward's famous concubine. Fourth Edward's famous concubine, Fourth Edwards famous Concubine,
87 Whose Name was whose name was whose Name was Whose name was sweet [..]ir Sweet fair Jane Shore: Jane Shore. Jane Shore; Jane Shore; Jane Shore,
88 I i I saw mark'd when Richard's Richar[..] Richard's Richards Richards Cruelty, cruelty, Cruelty cruelty
89 Did put Put her to her unto heto great gr[..]t Misery; misery, Misery, Misery: misery.
90 And I was and I was and i was And I was griev'd therefore. grie[..] therefore. griev'd therefore, grieved sore. grieved therefore. grieved therefore, griev'd therefore
91 Also I i I also likewise was at Bosworth Field, Bosworth field, Bosworth Field, Bosworth Field Bosworth Field, Bosworth Fleld, Bosworthfield Bosworth field, Bosworth field.
92 Well armed Arm'd there with Spear there with spear and & Shield, shield Shield shield. shield,
93 Meaning to try my Force; meaning to try my force: meaning to try my Force, meaning to try my Force: Meaning to try my force; meaning to try my force; Meaning to try my force: Meaning to try my force.
94 Where Richard Where Richard losing loosing Life and Crown, life and Crown Life and Crown life and crown, life and crown.
95 Was naked born to bourn to bore to borne to born te Leicester Town, Leicester Town, Leicester town Leicester town, Leicester Town Leicester town.
96 Upon a upon a Collier's Colliars Colliers collier's Horse. horse. Horse, horse,
97 To the Seventh Henry then I was To the seventh Henry then I was To the seventh Henry then I was, To the Seventh Henry then I was, To the Seventh Henry then I was To the seventh Henry then I was To the Seventh Henry then I was To the seventh Henry then I was,
98 A Servant, as it came to pass; A Servant, as it came to pass, A Servant as it came to pass, A servant as it came to pass, A servant, as it came to pass, A servant, as it came to pass
99 To serve him at his Need: to serve him at his need; To serve him at his Need; to Serve him at his Need, to serve him at his Need: To serve him at his need: to serve him at his need: To serve him at his need; To serve him at his need.
100 And while I did in Court remain, and while i did in Court Remain. And while I did in court remain. And while I did in court remain, And while I did in Court remain,
101 I saw in the I saw in the Eighth Henry's Reign, eighth Henry's Reign, Eight Henry's reign, eighth Henry's Reign Eighth Henry's Reign, Eight H[..]nry's Reign, eighth Henry's reign. eighth Henries raign Eighth Henry's reign, Eight Henry's Reign, eighth Henrys Reign,
102 Full many great full many great Men men Man bleed. bleed,
103 I was i was I as [..] was I as a Soldier Souldier soldier souldier bold with him, within, with him
104 O'er O're O[..]r Neptune's curled Neptunes curled Neptune's curled Breast breast Brest brest did swim did swim, did swim.
105 Unto the unto the Realm realm Relm realms Reolm of France: of France. of France of France; of France; of France,
106 I i help'd helpt helped to Ransack to ransack Bullogin Town, Bulloign Town, Bulloign Town, Bulloign Town Boulogne Town, Bulloign town, Bulloin Town Boulougne town, Bulloign-town, Bul'oin Town,
107 And many Places of Renown, And many places of Renown, and many places of Renown, And many Places of renown, And many places of renown. And many places of renown, And many places of Renown.
108 Yet yet Home home hoome I i I came by Chance. came by chance. came bechance. came by chance, come by chance,
109 I knew i knew the first Sixth sixth Sixth Edward Edward of a Child, Child. child, childe
110 Whose Countenance was Whose countenance was very meek and very milde, mild, mild mild.
111 A a hopeful Prince he hopefull Prince he hopeful prinee he hopeful Prince hee hopeful prince he was: was; was, was was. :
112 I i knew saw Queen Mary in her Queen Mary in her queen Mary in her Queen Mary in Her Reign, reign, raign
113 Put Protestants to mickle to Mickle to muckle to mick!e [..]o mickle Pain, pain, pain: pain;
114 And re-set up and re-set up and reset up And reset up And re:set up the [..]he Mass. Mass, mass.
115 And and But to my Comfort (to my comfort) to my comfort have I i have seen seen, seen; seen.
116 Elizabeth, Elizabeth Elizabeth Elizabeth, that Maiden Queen, that Maiden-Queen, the Maiden Queen, that maiden queen,
117 Queen Queen Mary's only Maries only Mary's only Maries onely Sister: Sister; sister, sister: Sister, sister.
118 Though Tho' she reign'd four and reigned Reign'd four and reign'd four & raign'd four and reigned four and reign'd four-and-forty forty Years, years, Years years
119 Her Subjects Her subjects her Subjects shew'd well shewed shew'd Well shewed well by their there Tears, tears, tears Tears
120 That they that they too to soon had miss'd did miss had mist had mis'd had [..]t her. her
121 I saw King i saw King I saw king James come Iames come James come James came from the North, from the north from the north, from the North, from the North
122 Like to [..]o a Star that a star that shineth sheneth forth, forth
123 To glad to glad the the People's Sight: peoples sight: Peoples Sight. People's sight: Peoples sight; People's sight; peoples sight. peoples sight, people's sight. Peoples sight:
124 He brought a He brought a he brought a Salve salve slave to cure heal our Wound, wound wounds. Wound wound. wound, wounds,
125 And made and made Great Britain great Brittain Great Britain Great-Britain Great-Britain great Britain, great Britain Great Brittain safe and & sound, sound sound.
126 Through Equity through equity through Equty through Equity To Equity Thro' equity and Right. and right. and Right and Right,
127 He Hee was was, in Troth in troth indeed in Truth in troth, in truth a Prince of Peace, a Prince of Peace. a prince of peace, a Prince of peace a Prince of peace,
128 And made all former Jars to cease, And made all former jars to cease and made all former Jars to cease, And made all former jars to cease,
129 'Twixt English Men ‘twixt English-men 'twixt English Men 'twixt English Men, Betwixt Englishmen 'twixt English Men 'Twixt Englishmen ‘twixt English men, ‘twixt English Men 'twixt English-men and Scots: and Scots. and Scots and Scots: and Scots, and Scots; and Scots; and Scots,
130 The English Men English-men English Men Englishmen English men English-men sung merry Sonnets, sung merry sonnets, sung merry Sonnets ,
131 The Scots they The Scots they the Scots And th' scotch The Scots did The Scots then lads threw throw up their blew Bonnets Bonnets, bonnets, Bonets, bonnets bonnets.
132 For for Joy joy joys of their good Lots. of their good lots. of their good lots:
133 In Scotland born, in England nurst, In Scotland born, in England Nurst, In Scotland born in England Nurst, in Scotland born, in England Nurst, In Scotland born, in England nurs'd, In Scotland born, in England nurst, From him by lineal right did spring In Scotland born, in England nurst. In Scotland born in England nurst, In Scotland born in England nurst
134 Was Pious Princely Was pious princely Was Pious Princly Was Pious Princley This happy Charles the First, Charles the first, Charles the First, CHARLES the First, Charles the first, Charles our Royal King Charles the Firss, Charls the first, Charles the [..]
135 Who had who had and now to Wife Queen Mary: Wife Queen Mary; Wife Queen Mary, Wife Queen Mary, wife queen Mary. make conclusion wife Queen Mary. wife Queen Mary: Wife Queen Mary
136 But by the Rage of But by the rage of But by the I wish him and his Rebels Hate, Rebels hate, Rebels Heat, Party heat, Rebels Heate, rebel's hate, gracious Queen rebels hate,
137 Murther'd He Murder'd Murdered Murthred Murthered and And martyr'd at Martyr'd at martyr'd was before Princely off-spring may marty'd at martyr'd at's own Marty'd at his be Gate, Gate gate, seen
138 This good King did this good King did This good king did until earths dissolution. miscarry. miscary, miscarry
139 King Charles Charles CHARLES Charls the Second the second, the second the Second, that who had spent had spent,
140 Many long Years in years in Banishment, Banishment Bannishment, Banishment: bonishment, banishment. banishment,
141 And and 'scap'd scap'd ‘scap'd with Life so nearly; with life so nearly with Life so nearly, with life so nearly. with life so nearly, with life so nearly:
142 By Miracles miracle miracles Miracle and Means unknown, and means unknown and means unknown,
143 I Sits i Was I saw saw in placed plac'd plac'n upon on the Royal brightness of his royal Throne, Throne throne,
144 Where he where he did doth shine most clearly. clearly, cl[..]arly. clearly
145 I saw Queen Katherine i saw I likewise knew [..] saw his Royal betrothed royal Brother James, Wife Brother James, brother James brother James, wife, Wife,
146 Who was The Lady who was led on to such Extreams, of his Love and Life, led on by such extreams; led on to such Extreams; led on to such Extremes, [..]ed on to such Extreams, Led on by such extreams: Led on by such extremes, led on by such extremes,
147 Which made is likewise which which made As made the Nation weep: now come hither the Nation Weep. the Nation weep, the Nation weep; the nation wep. the nation weep. now come hither:
148 I saw his Coronation-day, And may their bodies now increase, I saw his Coronation Day, i saw his Coronation-Day, I saw his Coronation-Day, I saw his Coronation-Day I saw his Coronat[..]on-day, I saw his coronation day, I saw his Coronation day, I saw his Coronntion-day, I saw his coronation-day, And may their bodies both encrease
149 And how he did the Scepter sway, In love and children, joy and peace, And how he did the Sceptre sway, and how he did the Scepter sway, And how he did the sceptre sway, And now he did the sceptre sway, And how he did the scepter sway, In Love and Children, Joy, and Peace, In Love and Children, joy, and Peace,
150 Which which long he could not keep. as they live together. he could not keep,
151 Lord Chancellor Lord chancellor I i saw likewise, saww likewise saw likewise present was that very Morn
152 When he did Rule and Tyrannize, when he did Rule by Tyrannize How he did rule and tyrannize, When he did Rule and Tyranize, When he did rule and tyrannize When he did rule and tyrannize, When as the Prince of Wales was born, When he did rule and tyrannize.
153 By by With By an being the Arbitary Power: Arbitary Power; arbitary Power: Arbitrary Power: arbitrary Power; arbitary power: abitary power. Tenth of June, arbitrary power;
154 And I was and i was in In the Council-room, the Council Room, the Counsel-Room, the Council-Room, the Council-Room the council room, Sixteen Hundred Eighty Eight, the council-room
155 When Peters he was pleas'd to doom When Peters he was pleas'd to Doom, when Peters he was pleas'd to doom, When Jeffrys he was pleas'd to doom When Peter's he was pleas'd to doom When Peter he was pleas'd to doom When Poter he was pleased to doom. But this day prov'd Unfortunate, When Peters he was pleas'd to doom
156 The Bishops to the Tower. The Bishops in the Tower. thee Bishops to the tower. the Bishops to the Tower. The Bishops to the Tow'r. the Bishops to the Tower. The bishops to the tower. it put all out of Tune. The bishops to the Tower.
157 I i was saw present was present King William that very Morn, that very Morn. that very Morn that very morn, that very morn cross the Seas,
158 When when To give the Pretender he was born, Pretender he was born, Chevalier he was born, pretender he was born Land and Nation Ease,
159 Being being Being on Which was with a the Tenth of June; the Tenth of June. the tenth of JUNE; the Tenth of June, the Tenth of June, the tenth of June, most glorious Fleet;
160 In Sixteen Hundred in sixteen hundred In sixteen hundred In sixteen hundred and I saw him cross Eighty Eight: Eighty Eight, Eighty-eight, eighty eight, to Ireland, eighty eight.
161 But this Day prov'd unfortunate, But this Day prov'd Unfortunate, but this Day proved Unfortunate: But this Day prov'd unfortunate; But that they prov'd unfortunate, But this D[..]y prov'd Unfortunate, But this day prov'd unfortunate. But this day proved unfortunate With a right valiant armed Band, But this day prov'd unfortunate,
162 It put all it put all It put all Things making his Foes retreat. out of Tune. out of Tune. out of tune out of tune.
163 I i saw King William cross saw King William cross saw king William cross the saw King William cross the have his Royal Consort seen, see king William cross the saw King William cross the the Seas, seas, seas.
164 To give the Land and Nation Ease, to give the Land and Nation ease, To give the Land and Nation Ease; To give the land and nation ease, To give the land and nation easo, Mary our most Religious Queen,
165 With a most glorious Fleet: With a most glorious Fleet. with a most Glorious Fleet. with a most glorious Fleet: With a most glorious Fleet; with a most glorious Fleet; With a most gloriou fleet. With a most glorious fleet. in all her courtly Train;
166 I saw i saw him cross to Ireland, him Cross to Ireland, him go to Ireland him cross to Ireland, her Royal Funeral,
167 With a right With a Right with a right With a And how the valiant armed Band, Valliant armed band: valiant Armed Band: valiant armed band showers of Tears did fall, valiant armed band,
168 while Making his Foes retreat. Making his Foes Retreat. making his Foes retreat, making his Foes retreat. Making his forces retreat. Making his forces retreat, Subjects did complain, Making his foes retreat.
169 I i have his Royal Consort seen, have his Royal consort seen have his royal consort seen, see the Duke of Glouc'ster's Birth,
170 The Mary, our most Religious Queen, Mary our most Religious Queen, Mary our most religious Queen, Mary, , our most Religious Queen Mary our most Religious Queen, Mary, our most religious queen, Mary, our most religious Queen, Glory, Triumph, Joy and Mirth,
171 In all her Courtly Train: In all her Courtly Train. in all her Courtly train. in all her Courtly Train: With all her courtly Train; in all her courtly Train; In all her courtely train. In all her eourtly train. which was on that great Day: In all her courtly train. in al[..] her courtly Train;
172 I i saw her see her see his Royal royal Funeral, Funeral, funeral, Mother's Tears,
173 And how and how And When in the Showers of showers of Show'rs of bitter Blossom of Tears did fall, teers did fall, Tears did fall; tears that fell. tears that fell, his Years, tears did fall,
174 While Subjects did complain. While Subjects did complain while subjects did complain. while Subjects did complain. Whilst Subjects did complain. whi[..]e Subjects did comp[..]ain. While subjects did complain, Whiie subject did complain Death snatch'd him hence away. While subjects did complain.
175 I i saw the Duke of Gloucester's Birth, see the Duke of Gloucester's Birth, see the Duke of Glouc'ster's birth saw the Duke of Glouc'ster's Birth, saw the Duke of Glo'ster's Birth, see the Duke of Glouc'ster's Birth, saw the duke of Gloucester's birth saw the Duke of Gloucester's birth, saw King William when he dy'd, saw the duke of Gloucester's birth,
176 Who was The Glory, Triumph, The Glory, Triumph the Glory, triump, What glorious Triumph, The glory, triumph The glory triumph, the Land The glory, triumph, Joy Joy, joy and Mirth, and triump, & Mirth, and mirth, and Nation's Guide,
177 Which was on There was on which was on a Scourge to That was on this that that was on this France and Spain: great Day; great Day, great Day: great day. great day,
178 I i saw his Royal Mother's Tears, see his Royal Mother's Tears, see his royal Mother's tears saw his royal mother's tears. saw his royal mother's tears, saw Queen Anne come to the Throne,
179 When in the Blossom of his Years, When in the B[..]ossom of his Years, When in the blossom of his years When in the b!ossom of his years, Whose royal Favours are well known:
180 Death snatch'd Death snatch'd him Death snath'd him long may she hence away. soon away. Live and Reign. hence away:
181 I i saw see King king William, William wil!iam William when he when he dy'd, died died, died
182 Who was the Land and Nation's Guide, Who was the Land and Nations guide, who was the Land and Nations Guide Who was the Land and Nation[']s Guide, Who was the land and nation's guide, Who was the Land and Nation's Guide
183 A Scourge to France and Spain: A Scourge to France and Spain. a scourge to France and Spain. a Scourge to France Spain; and A Scourge to France and Spain; a Scourge to France Spain: and A scourge to France and Spain. A scourge to France and Spain, A scourge to France and Spain:
184 I saw see s[..]w Queen queen Anne Anne Ann come to the Throne, come to the Throne come to the throne come to the throne,
185 Whose whose Royal Favours royal Favour Royal Favours royal Favours roya[..] Favours royal favour royal favours she made known, she made known she made known;
186 During Do ring during her glorious Reign. her glorious reign, her glorious Reign: her Glorious Reign. her glorious reign. her glorious reign
187 I i saw her saw see her Commons, Commons commons, Lords, Lords lords Lotds and Peers, Peers peer, peers,
188 Who paid who paid Pay a Tribute of sad Tears, a tribute of sad tears, a Tribute of sad Tears,
189 Before before Upon her Royal Tomb. her Royal tomb: her royal Tomb. her royal tomb: her royal tomb, her royal tomb.
190 I i saw see King George King George king George pass thro' come to pass through the Town. the Town, the town,
191 All For all to possess the Royal Crown, to possess the royal Crown to possess the royal Crown, to possess the royal crown; to possess the Royal crown: to possess the royal crown,
192 And govern in and Govern in and govern in her hrr Room. room. room,
193 I i likewise see saw King him king the take George First George George his Prince when course first the each he Second come, Crown'd second come day, came; second come,
194 With loud With Men with loud I saw Huzza's to Britain's Throne, and Angels compast round, huzza's to Britain's throne, Huzza's to Britain's Throne, And how he did the Sceptre sway, likewise his Royal Dame, huzza's to Britain's thrown.
195 And glorious Caroline; A joyful happy Day; and Glorious Caroline, and glorious Caroline; Until Death came in fine; whose charming Beauty shine And glorious Caroline. And glorious Caroline,
196 Like bright Aurora, sweet and gay, I present was before his Death, Like bright aurora sweet and Gay Like bright Aurora, sweet and gay, I saw King George the second come, Like bright Aurora sweet and gay, I saw king George the third ascend, I saw King George the Third ascend,
197 That chases all dim Clouds away, And saw likewise his latest Breath, that chases all dim clouds away, With bold Huzzas to Btitain's Throne, That Chases all dim Clouds away, To Britain's thrown the wars to end To Britain's throne the wars to end, That chases all dull cares away,
198 The Joy of Woman-kind. When in Death's Arms he lay, the Joy of women kind the Joy of Women-kind. With glorious Caroline. With France and Spain. With France and Spain, The joy of woman-kind.
199 I saw their numerous Progeny, I saw King George the Second crown'd, i see their numerous progeny Like bright Aurora chaste & gay, I saw two Royal Infants dear, I saw Charlotte, George's pride, I saw King George the Fouth whose wise decrees I saw their numerous progeny,
200 Protects the good The Likewise the That And Walk and never fails Pledges of Prosperity, his Queen, encircl'd round, Pledges of Posterity driveth all dull Cares away, did their pretty Prattle hear, to Church both side by side, to please. pledges of prosperity,
201 For many Years to come; The like scarce e'er was knonw. for many Years to come for many Years to come: The joys of Women kind; the like scarce e'er was known. With a glorious train. Just in himself he honours Englands throne For many years to come.
202 In Westminster Tho' blamed I saw the I saw their i see the I mark'd ths I saw I saw them for follies which King and Queen Royal Issue Fair, numerous Progeny, King George join'd, are not his king and queen when when he was own crown'd Crown'd, crown'd, crow[..]
203 With Men While Acclamations with Men Long may he live, With men and fill'd And Angels compass'd round; the Air, angels compass'd round Angels compass'd round: The blessings of Prosperity, return again most kind – every virtue prove, angels compass'd round, Angels compass'd ro[..]
204 Long may long may And they he Grace the Throne. grace the throne. grace the Throne. reign! reign triumphant on his Subject's love.
205 I saw the third of George's come, Queen Caroline oppressed with foes on every side
206 And lovely Charlotte in her bloom, Boldly she stems, base Calumny's foul tide,
207 Long may they live and reign With conscious innooence, surmounts the storm
208 The Nation's Glory and And their Pride, reigns in every heart to virtue warm.
209 And ever be their faithful Guide;
210 And now Amen! Amen!
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1 WHen William, Duke WHen William Duke WHEN William Duke WHen William Duke WHEN William duke WHEN William, Duke [..] of N[..]rrmandy, Normandy, Normandy Normandy, Normandy N[..]rmandy,
2 With all his Normans With a[..]l his Normans With all his Normans [..] ans galantly, gallantly, gallantly gallantry
3 This this Kingdom kingdom kingdome Kingdome did subdue; subdue: subdue, subdue. [..]subdue;
4 Full fifteen Full fffteen [..]as, Years of Age I years of age I was, w[..]s,
5 And whate'er And what e're And what e'er And whate're And what ere [..]o since has hath his come to pass, pass
6 I can report I can Report [..] for it true. true true:
7 I can remember since he went [..] can remember since he went; i can Remember since he went, I can remember since he went, [..]
8 From London for to conquer Kent: From London Kent, for to Conquer [...]om London for to conquer Kent, From London for to Conquer Kent. From London for to conquer Kent From London for to conquer Kent, From London for to conquer Kent, From London for to conquer Kent; [..]t, :
9 Where where Where walking [..]d, in with a walking Walking Wood, Wood. Wood; wood, wood Wood
10 The Men of Kent The men of Kent [..]he Men of Kent The Men of Kent The men of Kent [..]im, compassed Compassed encompassed did compass encompass'd him, him
11 And he for [..]d he for [..]m Aye confirm'd to aye confirm'd to aid confirm'd on ay confirmed to ay confirm'd to them, them
12 King Edward's Laws for Good. King Edwards Laws for good. King Edwards Laws for good King EDWARDS Laws for good. King Edward's Laws for good. King Edward's Laws for good, King Edward's laws for good. King Edwards laws for good. King Edward's laws for good, [..]d ,
13 I [..]w, Likewise I Likewise, I [..]kewise I likewise Likewise I. William Rufus knew, William Rufus knew WILLIAM RUFUS knew, William Rufus knew,
14 And saw And say [..]ew the Arrow the arrow that which him slew, him slew
15 Hard by a hard by a [..] Forest Side: Forrest side: Forest side, Forest side: Forest Side; Forest side; forest side. forest side, forest-side. forrest side:
16 I well could I well cou'd And I can [..] tell you You you, if I If I list, List, wist,
17 Or better tell you if I Or better tell You if I And better tell you if I Or better tell you, if I [..] wist, wist; list,
18 Who next to him did ride. who next to him did ride. Whom next to him did ride. Who next to him did Ride, Who next to him did ride, [..]
19 First Henry, First Henry First HENRY, First Henry, [..]w aye, I, ayes I ay ay, and Stephen knew, Stehpen kn[..]w, STEPHEN knew, Stephen too, Stephen knew
20 Whom Who When no Man there man there M[..]n there one there man here but I did but i did view, view; [..]view,
21 I saw i saw [..]ad; them him Crown'd, and Dead: Crown'd and dead: Crown'd and dead. Crown'd and Dead: crown'd and dead! crown'd and dead; crown'd and dead: crown'd and dead crown'd and dead. Crown'd and dead;
22 I can remember well also I can remember well also, i can Remember well also, And can remember well also [..]
23 The Second The second [..]ow, Henry's Henry's HENRY'S Henries royal Royal Show; show, Show, Shew, show
24 The Day that day the Day The day [..] that when he was wed. he was Wed. he was wed,
25 I likewise was at i likewise was at [..] Woodstock Woodstock-Bower, Woodstock Woodstock-bower, Bower, Bower; Bow'r, bower, bowre, bower,
26 And I saw that the sweet and famous & comely [..] Flower, flower, flower Flower
27 Queen Eleanor Queen Elinor Queen Elenor Queen ELENOR Queen Eleanor Queen Elenor so [..] did so spight: spight spight. spight, spight; spite; spite.
28 I found i found [..]in, the Clew the Clue the clue the clew that clew of Thread thread threed again, again.
29 After that worthy Knight was After that Worthy Knight was After that worthy knight was slain; slain, slain. slain [..]slain,
30 'Twas ‘twas 'twas It was [..]ite. blue, green, blue, green, blew, green blue, Green, Blue, green, red, red and red, and Red, & green, and white. White. white
31 I saw King Richar[d] in his I saw King Richard in his I saw King RICHARD in his I saw King Richard in his I saw king Richard in his Shirt, Shirt shirt, s[..]irt shirt
32 Pull out a furious Lion's Lyons Lyon's lion's Lions Heart, heart, heart
33 Whereby his Strength was whereby his strength was whereby his Strength was Whereby his strength was try'd: try'd; try'd. tried, try'd,
34 I saw King John, when as the I saw King John when as the I saw King JOHN when as the I saw King John, when as the I saw king John, when as the I saw King John when as the Monk Monk, Monk. Munk monk Munk,
35 Gave him the Poison which Poyson which Poison, which poison as poyson which poison which he drunk, Drunk, drunk; drank. drank;
36 And and then forsooth thenforsooth he dy'd. died, died. dy'd
37 I mark'd the Barons mark'd the Barrons mark'd tbe Barons saw the barons markt the Barons when they sent when they sent,
38 For the French Dauphin, French Doulphin, FRENCH Dauphin French Dauphin French Dauphin, French Dauphin, French Dolphin, F[..]ench Dauphin. French Dauphin, French dauphin French Dalphin, with Intent with intent with intent, with intent.
39 To put Third Henry to put third Henry to put third HENRY To put Third Henry to put Third Henry To put third Henry to put third Henry down: down. down; down; down, by: by.
40 I saw the Earl of Leicester I saw the Earl of Leicester i saw the Earl of LEICESTER I saw the earl of Leicester stout, stout bent,
41 (Call'd, (Call'd Call'd Called Simon SIMON Simon Munford) Munford MUNFORD) Mountford) Montford) Mounford) with his Tent with his Tent, with his tent, with his tent
42 Besiege besiege [..] fair London Town. London Town. LONDON TOWN. London town. London-town. L[..] Tow[..].
43 And I have the First Edward seen, And I have the first Edward seen, And i have the first EDWARD seen, And I have the First Edward seen, And I have the first Edward seen, And I have the first Edward seen And I have the First Edward seen,
44 Whose Legs legs Lges I i thought think still thought to have had been been,
45 A Yard a Yard a yard A yard and or more in Length: more in length: more in length. more in Length; more in length;
46 I W[..]th With with him I i into Scotland went, into SCOTLAND went; into Scotland went, into Scotland went
47 And back again incontinent, incontinent. in contentment, incontinent
48 Which which he subdu'd hee subdued he subdued by Strength. strength. strenth. strenght.
49 I knew i knew Carnarvon's Minion dear, Carnarven's Minion dear, Carmarvan's Minion dear, CARNARVON'S Minion Dear. Carmarthen's minion dear, Carnarven's Minion dear Carnarvonon's minion dear, Canarvans minion deer, Carnarvonon's minion's dear, Carnarvon's minion dear,
50 And I saw the Fall of saw the fall of saw the Fall of Mortimer, Mortimeer, Mortimer, Mortimer Mortimer.
51 With all the with all the Barons Barrons barons Wars: Wars. Wars; wars wars: wars.
52 I likewise And likely i likewise was in Armour to have been in Armor in armour sent sent, spent
53 To At Burton Burton Battle Battel battle battel upon Trent, upon Trent. upon TRENT, upon Trent,
54 Where I where I Where i receiv'd Receiv'd received these Scars scars. Scars. Scars, skars. scars,
55 Third Edward, and his Third Edward and his Third EDWARD and his Third Edward and his valiant Valliant Son, Son son, son
56 By whom by whom great such Feats feats of of Arms arms were done, were don was done were done was done, were done;
57 I i [..] saw on Cressy Plain; Cressy Plain: Cressy Plain. Cresly P!ain. Cresses Plain; Cressy Plain, Crosley plain Cressey plain, Cross[..]ey plain. Crosley-plain. Cressy Plain
58 Which Day, when day when Day when day, when days when days Bows bows and Arrows & arows and arrows & Arrows keen keen, keen
59 Grew scant, scant sant, with mighty Stones I with mighty stones I with mighty stones i ween, wen ween, ween
60 Were were Where many Frenchmen French men Frenchmen FRENCHMEN French Men French-men French-men French- men slain. slain slain,
61 I knew Wat i knew WAT I knew Wat I knew Wat Tyler, and Tyler and Tylor and TYLER, and Tyler & Tyler, and Tyler and Jack Straw, JACK STRAW, Jack Straw,
62 And I i I the th[..] Mayor of London saw, Mayor of London saw, mayor of LONDON saw Mayor of London saw Mayor of London saw. mayor of London saw,
63 In in Smithfield, which him Smithfield which him Smithfield, which he Sm[..]ield which him Smithfield which he Smithfield, which him Smithfield with him Smith-field which him slew: slew. slew? slew; slew,
64 I was at i was at I was at Pomfret Castle, Pomfret Castle Pomfret Castle Pomphfret Castle, Pomfret-castle Pomfret Castle. when when,
65 The Second The second The Second Richard there Richard he RIGHARD there Richard there was slain, was slain.
66 Whose Death whose death whose Death Whose death e'er e're ere since I rue. since i rue. since I rue: since I rue,
67 I i I saw mark'd when Henry Bolingbrook, Henry Bullingbrook Henry Bulinbrook, HENRY BOLINGBROOK, Henry Bolingbrook Henry Bolingbroke Henry Bull[..]ngbrook, Holingbroke Henry Bullenbrook Holingbroke, Henry Bolinbroke Henry Bullingbrook,
68 The Crown and The crown and the Scepter Sceptre septre sceptre scepter on him took; took took,
69 When Which which he became full so right well: well. well;
70 I I saw mark'd when Henry when Henry when HENRY Hotspur Hotsur Hotspur HOTSPUR he, he
71 And many Lords lord Lord lords at Salisbury, Shrewsbury, Shrewsbury, Salisbury Salisbury. Shrewsbury Salisbury,
72 Were were where Was Where slain in Battle fell. Battel fell. Ba[..]tle fell. Battle, fell. Battle fel[..]. battle fell. battel fell. Battle fe[..].
73 I i I saw the brave knew that great saw that brave victorious Prince, Victorious Prince, victorious prince. victorious Prince victorious prince,
74 Whose Death I (whose death I Whose Death i Whose death I (Whose death I Whose death I have bewail'd e'er since, have bewail'd e're since) have bewail'd e'er since have bewail'd e'er since. have bewail'd e're since, have bewail'd ere since) have bewailed e'er since. hsve bewail'd e're since, have bewail'd e're si[..]
75 Henry the Fifth, I Henry the fifth I Henry the Fifth I HENRY the fifth i Henry the Fifth, I Henry the fifth I Henry the fifth I mean: mean mean; mean, mean. meant;
76 And I can give you And I can give You And i can give you And I can give you a good just Report, report, Report report ,
77 How many French at How many French at Agincourt, Agen-Court, Agen Court, Agincourt, Agin Court, Agen Court, Agencourt Agincourt
78 Were were Was Where where in one Battle battel battle Battel slain. slain Slain. slain;
79 I saw the i saw the I saw the White and Red rose White, & Red-Rose white and Red Rose white and Red-Rose White and Red-Rose white and red Rose white and red nose white and red rose Wh[..]e, and Red-Rose fig[..] White, and Red-Rose Knight. Knight, Knight Knights, knight, fight
80 And Warwick WARWICK Warwick Warick Warick Great, in Armour bright, great in Armour bright Great in Armour bright, great, in Armour bright, great in Armour bright, great in armour bright, great in armour bright great in armour bright. ,
81 In the in the Sixth Henry's Reign: sixth Henry's Reign: sixth Henry's Reign; sixth HENRY'S Reign: Sixth Henry's Reign: sixth Henry's reign; Sixth Henry's Reign; sixth Henry's reign, fifth Henries raign sixth's Henry's reign. Sixth Henry's reign. sixth Henrys Reign: sixth Henry's Reign:
82 And I present was that very Hour, present was that very hour, present was that very hour present was that very hour.
83 When Henry H[..]nry HENRY Henry was in London Tower, London Tower, London Tow'r, London Tower LONDON Tower, London Tower. London-tower
84 By by crook'd Back'd Crook'd-back Crook back'd Crook'd Back'd crook'd Back crook-back Crookt-backt Crook-back'd Crook'd Back'[..] crook'd-back Richard Richard R[..]hard slain.
85 I i And I in the Goldsmith's the Gold-smiths a Goldsmith's the goldsmith's a Gold-smith a Gold-smith's a Gold-smiths Shop shop have I've seen, seen seen.
86 Fourth Edward's famous Concubine; Fourth Edwards famous Concubine, Fourth Edward's Famous Concubine, Fourth EDWARD's famous Concubine; Fourth Edward's famous Concubine; Fourth Edward's famous Concubine, Fourth Edward's famous Concubine, Fourth Edward's famous concubine; Fourth Edwards famous Concubine Fourth Edward's famous concubine. Fourth Edward's famous concubine, Fourth Edwards famous Concubine,
87 Whose Name was whose name was whose Name was Whose name was sweet [..]ir Sweet fair Jane Shore: Jane Shore. Jane Shore; Jane Shore; Jane Shore,
88 I i I saw mark'd when Richard's Richar[..] Richard's Richards Richards Cruelty, cruelty, Cruelty cruelty
89 Did put Put her to her unto heto great gr[..]t Misery; misery, Misery, Misery: misery.
90 And I was and I was and i was And I was griev'd therefore. grie[..] therefore. griev'd therefore, grieved sore. grieved therefore. grieved therefore, griev'd therefore
91 Also I i I also likewise was at Bosworth Field, Bosworth field, Bosworth Field, Bosworth Field Bosworth Field, Bosworth Fleld, Bosworthfield Bosworth field, Bosworth field.
92 Well armed Arm'd there with Spear there with spear and & Shield, shield Shield shield. shield,
93 Meaning to try my Force; meaning to try my force: meaning to try my Force, meaning to try my Force: Meaning to try my force; meaning to try my force; Meaning to try my force: Meaning to try my force.
94 Where Richard Where Richard losing loosing Life and Crown, life and Crown Life and Crown life and crown, life and crown.
95 Was naked born to bourn to bore to borne to born te Leicester Town, Leicester Town, Leicester town Leicester town, Leicester Town Leicester town.
96 Upon a upon a Collier's Colliars Colliers collier's Horse. horse. Horse, horse,
97 To the Seventh Henry then I was To the seventh Henry then I was To the seventh Henry then I was, To the Seventh Henry then I was, To the Seventh Henry then I was To the seventh Henry then I was To the Seventh Henry then I was To the seventh Henry then I was,
98 A Servant, as it came to pass; A Servant, as it came to pass, A Servant as it came to pass, A servant as it came to pass, A servant, as it came to pass, A servant, as it came to pass
99 To serve him at his Need: to serve him at his need; To serve him at his Need; to Serve him at his Need, to serve him at his Need: To serve him at his need: to serve him at his need: To serve him at his need; To serve him at his need.
100 And while I did in Court remain, and while i did in Court Remain. And while I did in court remain. And while I did in court remain, And while I did in Court remain,
101 I saw in the I saw in the Eighth Henry's Reign, eighth Henry's Reign, Eight Henry's reign, eighth Henry's Reign Eighth Henry's Reign, Eight H[..]nry's Reign, eighth Henry's reign. eighth Henries raign Eighth Henry's reign, Eight Henry's Reign, eighth Henrys Reign,
102 Full many great full many great Men men Man bleed. bleed,
103 I was i was I as [..] was I as a Soldier Souldier soldier souldier bold with him, within, with him
104 O'er O're O[..]r Neptune's curled Neptunes curled Neptune's curled Breast breast Brest brest did swim did swim, did swim.
105 Unto the unto the Realm realm Relm realms Reolm of France: of France. of France of France; of France; of France,
106 I i help'd helpt helped to Ransack to ransack Bullogin Town, Bulloign Town, Bulloign Town, Bulloign Town Boulogne Town, Bulloign town, Bulloin Town Boulougne town, Bulloign-town, Bul'oin Town,
107 And many Places of Renown, And many places of Renown, and many places of Renown, And many Places of renown, And many places of renown. And many places of renown, And many places of Renown.
108 Yet yet Home home hoome I i I came by Chance. came by chance. came bechance. came by chance, come by chance,
109 I knew i knew the first Sixth sixth Sixth Edward Edward of a Child, Child. child, childe
110 Whose Countenance was Whose countenance was very meek and very milde, mild, mild mild.
111 A a hopeful Prince he hopefull Prince he hopeful prinee he hopeful Prince hee hopeful prince he was: was; was, was was. :
112 I i knew saw Queen Mary in her Queen Mary in her queen Mary in her Queen Mary in Her Reign, reign, raign
113 Put Protestants to mickle to Mickle to muckle to mick!e [..]o mickle Pain, pain, pain: pain;
114 And re-set up and re-set up and reset up And reset up And re:set up the [..]he Mass. Mass, mass.
115 And and But to my Comfort (to my comfort) to my comfort have I i have seen seen, seen; seen.
116 Elizabeth, Elizabeth Elizabeth Elizabeth, that Maiden Queen, that Maiden-Queen, the Maiden Queen, that maiden queen,
117 Queen Queen Mary's only Maries only Mary's only Maries onely Sister: Sister; sister, sister: Sister, sister.
118 Though Tho' she reign'd four and reigned Reign'd four and reign'd four & raign'd four and reigned four and reign'd four-and-forty forty Years, years, Years years
119 Her Subjects Her subjects her Subjects shew'd well shewed shew'd Well shewed well by their there Tears, tears, tears Tears
120 That they that they too to soon had miss'd did miss had mist had mis'd had [..]t her. her
121 I saw King i saw King I saw king James come Iames come James come James came from the North, from the north from the north, from the North, from the North
122 Like to [..]o a Star that a star that shineth sheneth forth, forth
123 To glad to glad the the People's Sight: peoples sight: Peoples Sight. People's sight: Peoples sight; People's sight; peoples sight. peoples sight, people's sight. Peoples sight:
124 He brought a He brought a he brought a Salve salve slave to cure heal our Wound, wound wounds. Wound wound. wound, wounds,
125 And made and made Great Britain great Brittain Great Britain Great-Britain Great-Britain great Britain, great Britain Great Brittain safe and & sound, sound sound.
126 Through Equity through equity through Equty through Equity To Equity Thro' equity and Right. and right. and Right and Right,
127 He Hee was was, in Troth in troth indeed in Truth in troth, in truth a Prince of Peace, a Prince of Peace. a prince of peace, a Prince of peace a Prince of peace,
128 And made all former Jars to cease, And made all former jars to cease and made all former Jars to cease, And made all former jars to cease,
129 'Twixt English Men ‘twixt English-men 'twixt English Men 'twixt English Men, Betwixt Englishmen 'twixt English Men 'Twixt Englishmen ‘twixt English men, ‘twixt English Men 'twixt English-men and Scots: and Scots. and Scots and Scots: and Scots, and Scots; and Scots; and Scots,
130 The English Men English-men English Men Englishmen English men English-men sung merry Sonnets, sung merry sonnets, sung merry Sonnets ,
131 The Scots they The Scots they the Scots And th' scotch The Scots did The Scots then lads threw throw up their blew Bonnets Bonnets, bonnets, Bonets, bonnets bonnets.
132 For for Joy joy joys of their good Lots. of their good lots. of their good lots:
133 In Scotland born, in England nurst, In Scotland born, in England Nurst, In Scotland born in England Nurst, in Scotland born, in England Nurst, In Scotland born, in England nurs'd, In Scotland born, in England nurst, From him by lineal right did spring In Scotland born, in England nurst. In Scotland born in England nurst, In Scotland born in England nurst
134 Was Pious Princely Was pious princely Was Pious Princly Was Pious Princley This happy Charles the First, Charles the first, Charles the First, CHARLES the First, Charles the first, Charles our Royal King Charles the Firss, Charls the first, Charles the [..]
135 Who had who had and now to Wife Queen Mary: Wife Queen Mary; Wife Queen Mary, Wife Queen Mary, wife queen Mary. make conclusion wife Queen Mary. wife Queen Mary: Wife Queen Mary
136 But by the Rage of But by the rage of But by the I wish him and his Rebels Hate, Rebels hate, Rebels Heat, Party heat, Rebels Heate, rebel's hate, gracious Queen rebels hate,
137 Murther'd He Murder'd Murdered Murthred Murthered and And martyr'd at Martyr'd at martyr'd was before Princely off-spring may marty'd at martyr'd at's own Marty'd at his be Gate, Gate gate, seen
138 This good King did this good King did This good king did until earths dissolution. miscarry. miscary, miscarry
139 King Charles Charles CHARLES Charls the Second the second, the second the Second, that who had spent had spent,
140 Many long Years in years in Banishment, Banishment Bannishment, Banishment: bonishment, banishment. banishment,
141 And and 'scap'd scap'd ‘scap'd with Life so nearly; with life so nearly with Life so nearly, with life so nearly. with life so nearly, with life so nearly:
142 By Miracles miracle miracles Miracle and Means unknown, and means unknown and means unknown,
143 I Sits i Was I saw saw in placed plac'd plac'n upon on the Royal brightness of his royal Throne, Throne throne,
144 Where he where he did doth shine most clearly. clearly, cl[..]arly. clearly
145 I saw Queen Katherine i saw I likewise knew [..] saw his Royal betrothed royal Brother James, Wife Brother James, brother James brother James, wife, Wife,
146 Who was The Lady who was led on to such Extreams, of his Love and Life, led on by such extreams; led on to such Extreams; led on to such Extremes, [..]ed on to such Extreams, Led on by such extreams: Led on by such extremes, led on by such extremes,
147 Which made is likewise which which made As made the Nation weep: now come hither the Nation Weep. the Nation weep, the Nation weep; the nation wep. the nation weep. now come hither:
148 I saw his Coronation-day, And may their bodies now increase, I saw his Coronation Day, i saw his Coronation-Day, I saw his Coronation-Day, I saw his Coronation-Day I saw his Coronat[..]on-day, I saw his coronation day, I saw his Coronation day, I saw his Coronntion-day, I saw his coronation-day, And may their bodies both encrease
149 And how he did the Scepter sway, In love and children, joy and peace, And how he did the Sceptre sway, and how he did the Scepter sway, And how he did the sceptre sway, And now he did the sceptre sway, And how he did the scepter sway, In Love and Children, Joy, and Peace, In Love and Children, joy, and Peace,
150 Which which long he could not keep. as they live together. he could not keep,
151 Lord Chancellor Lord chancellor I i saw likewise, saww likewise saw likewise present was that very Morn
152 When he did Rule and Tyrannize, when he did Rule by Tyrannize How he did rule and tyrannize, When he did Rule and Tyranize, When he did rule and tyrannize When he did rule and tyrannize, When as the Prince of Wales was born, When he did rule and tyrannize.
153 By by With By an being the Arbitary Power: Arbitary Power; arbitary Power: Arbitrary Power: arbitrary Power; arbitary power: abitary power. Tenth of June, arbitrary power;
154 And I was and i was in In the Council-room, the Council Room, the Counsel-Room, the Council-Room, the Council-Room the council room, Sixteen Hundred Eighty Eight, the council-room
155 When Peters he was pleas'd to doom When Peters he was pleas'd to Doom, when Peters he was pleas'd to doom, When Jeffrys he was pleas'd to doom When Peter's he was pleas'd to doom When Peter he was pleas'd to doom When Poter he was pleased to doom. But this day prov'd Unfortunate, When Peters he was pleas'd to doom
156 The Bishops to the Tower. The Bishops in the Tower. thee Bishops to the tower. the Bishops to the Tower. The Bishops to the Tow'r. the Bishops to the Tower. The bishops to the tower. it put all out of Tune. The bishops to the Tower.
157 I i was saw present was present King William that very Morn, that very Morn. that very Morn that very morn, that very morn cross the Seas,
158 When when To give the Pretender he was born, Pretender he was born, Chevalier he was born, pretender he was born Land and Nation Ease,
159 Being being Being on Which was with a the Tenth of June; the Tenth of June. the tenth of JUNE; the Tenth of June, the Tenth of June, the tenth of June, most glorious Fleet;
160 In Sixteen Hundred in sixteen hundred In sixteen hundred In sixteen hundred and I saw him cross Eighty Eight: Eighty Eight, Eighty-eight, eighty eight, to Ireland, eighty eight.
161 But this Day prov'd unfortunate, But this Day prov'd Unfortunate, but this Day proved Unfortunate: But this Day prov'd unfortunate; But that they prov'd unfortunate, But this D[..]y prov'd Unfortunate, But this day prov'd unfortunate. But this day proved unfortunate With a right valiant armed Band, But this day prov'd unfortunate,
162 It put all it put all It put all Things making his Foes retreat. out of Tune. out of Tune. out of tune out of tune.
163 I i saw King William cross saw King William cross saw king William cross the saw King William cross the have his Royal Consort seen, see king William cross the saw King William cross the the Seas, seas, seas.
164 To give the Land and Nation Ease, to give the Land and Nation ease, To give the Land and Nation Ease; To give the land and nation ease, To give the land and nation easo, Mary our most Religious Queen,
165 With a most glorious Fleet: With a most glorious Fleet. with a most Glorious Fleet. with a most glorious Fleet: With a most glorious Fleet; with a most glorious Fleet; With a most gloriou fleet. With a most glorious fleet. in all her courtly Train;
166 I saw i saw him cross to Ireland, him Cross to Ireland, him go to Ireland him cross to Ireland, her Royal Funeral,
167 With a right With a Right with a right With a And how the valiant armed Band, Valliant armed band: valiant Armed Band: valiant armed band showers of Tears did fall, valiant armed band,
168 while Making his Foes retreat. Making his Foes Retreat. making his Foes retreat, making his Foes retreat. Making his forces retreat. Making his forces retreat, Subjects did complain, Making his foes retreat.
169 I i have his Royal Consort seen, have his Royal consort seen have his royal consort seen, see the Duke of Glouc'ster's Birth,
170 The Mary, our most Religious Queen, Mary our most Religious Queen, Mary our most religious Queen, Mary, , our most Religious Queen Mary our most Religious Queen, Mary, our most religious queen, Mary, our most religious Queen, Glory, Triumph, Joy and Mirth,
171 In all her Courtly Train: In all her Courtly Train. in all her Courtly train. in all her Courtly Train: With all her courtly Train; in all her courtly Train; In all her courtely train. In all her eourtly train. which was on that great Day: In all her courtly train. in al[..] her courtly Train;
172 I i saw her see her see his Royal royal Funeral, Funeral, funeral, Mother's Tears,
173 And how and how And When in the Showers of showers of Show'rs of bitter Blossom of Tears did fall, teers did fall, Tears did fall; tears that fell. tears that fell, his Years, tears did fall,
174 While Subjects did complain. While Subjects did complain while subjects did complain. while Subjects did complain. Whilst Subjects did complain. whi[..]e Subjects did comp[..]ain. While subjects did complain, Whiie subject did complain Death snatch'd him hence away. While subjects did complain.
175 I i saw the Duke of Gloucester's Birth, see the Duke of Gloucester's Birth, see the Duke of Glouc'ster's birth saw the Duke of Glouc'ster's Birth, saw the Duke of Glo'ster's Birth, see the Duke of Glouc'ster's Birth, saw the duke of Gloucester's birth saw the Duke of Gloucester's birth, saw King William when he dy'd, saw the duke of Gloucester's birth,
176 Who was The Glory, Triumph, The Glory, Triumph the Glory, triump, What glorious Triumph, The glory, triumph The glory triumph, the Land The glory, triumph, Joy Joy, joy and Mirth, and triump, & Mirth, and mirth, and Nation's Guide,
177 Which was on There was on which was on a Scourge to That was on this that that was on this France and Spain: great Day; great Day, great Day: great day. great day,
178 I i saw his Royal Mother's Tears, see his Royal Mother's Tears, see his royal Mother's tears saw his royal mother's tears. saw his royal mother's tears, saw Queen Anne come to the Throne,
179 When in the Blossom of his Years, When in the B[..]ossom of his Years, When in the blossom of his years When in the b!ossom of his years, Whose royal Favours are well known:
180 Death snatch'd Death snatch'd him Death snath'd him long may she hence away. soon away. Live and Reign. hence away:
181 I i saw see King king William, William wil!iam William when he when he dy'd, died died, died
182 Who was the Land and Nation's Guide, Who was the Land and Nations guide, who was the Land and Nations Guide Who was the Land and Nation[']s Guide, Who was the land and nation's guide, Who was the Land and Nation's Guide
183 A Scourge to France and Spain: A Scourge to France and Spain. a scourge to France and Spain. a Scourge to France Spain; and A Scourge to France and Spain; a Scourge to France Spain: and A scourge to France and Spain. A scourge to France and Spain, A scourge to France and Spain:
184 I saw see s[..]w Queen queen Anne Anne Ann come to the Throne, come to the Throne come to the throne come to the throne,
185 Whose whose Royal Favours royal Favour Royal Favours royal Favours roya[..] Favours royal favour royal favours she made known, she made known she made known;
186 During Do ring during her glorious Reign. her glorious reign, her glorious Reign: her Glorious Reign. her glorious reign. her glorious reign
187 I i saw her saw see her Commons, Commons commons, Lords, Lords lords Lotds and Peers, Peers peer, peers,
188 Who paid who paid Pay a Tribute of sad Tears, a tribute of sad tears, a Tribute of sad Tears,
189 Before before Upon her Royal Tomb. her Royal tomb: her royal Tomb. her royal tomb: her royal tomb, her royal tomb.
190 I i saw see King George King George king George pass thro' come to pass through the Town. the Town, the town,
191 All For all to possess the Royal Crown, to possess the royal Crown to possess the royal Crown, to possess the royal crown; to possess the Royal crown: to possess the royal crown,
192 And govern in and Govern in and govern in her hrr Room. room. room,
193 I i likewise see saw King him king the take George First George George his Prince when course first the each he Second come, Crown'd second come day, came; second come,
194 With loud With Men with loud I saw Huzza's to Britain's Throne, and Angels compast round, huzza's to Britain's throne, Huzza's to Britain's Throne, And how he did the Sceptre sway, likewise his Royal Dame, huzza's to Britain's thrown.
195 And glorious Caroline; A joyful happy Day; and Glorious Caroline, and glorious Caroline; Until Death came in fine; whose charming Beauty shine And glorious Caroline. And glorious Caroline,
196 Like bright Aurora, sweet and gay, I present was before his Death, Like bright aurora sweet and Gay Like bright Aurora, sweet and gay, I saw King George the second come, Like bright Aurora sweet and gay, I saw king George the third ascend, I saw King George the Third ascend,
197 That chases all dim Clouds away, And saw likewise his latest Breath, that chases all dim clouds away, With bold Huzzas to Btitain's Throne, That Chases all dim Clouds away, To Britain's thrown the wars to end To Britain's throne the wars to end, That chases all dull cares away,
198 The Joy of Woman-kind. When in Death's Arms he lay, the Joy of women kind the Joy of Women-kind. With glorious Caroline. With France and Spain. With France and Spain, The joy of woman-kind.
199 I saw their numerous Progeny, I saw King George the Second crown'd, i see their numerous progeny Like bright Aurora chaste & gay, I saw two Royal Infants dear, I saw Charlotte, George's pride, I saw King George the Fouth whose wise decrees I saw their numerous progeny,
200 Protects the good The Likewise the That And Walk and never fails Pledges of Prosperity, his Queen, encircl'd round, Pledges of Posterity driveth all dull Cares away, did their pretty Prattle hear, to Church both side by side, to please. pledges of prosperity,
201 For many Years to come; The like scarce e'er was knonw. for many Years to come for many Years to come: The joys of Women kind; the like scarce e'er was known. With a glorious train. Just in himself he honours Englands throne For many years to come.
202 In Westminster Tho' blamed I saw the I saw their i see the I mark'd ths I saw I saw them for follies which King and Queen Royal Issue Fair, numerous Progeny, King George join'd, are not his king and queen when when he was own crown'd Crown'd, crown'd, crow[..]
203 With Men While Acclamations with Men Long may he live, With men and fill'd And Angels compass'd round; the Air, angels compass'd round Angels compass'd round: The blessings of Prosperity, return again most kind – every virtue prove, angels compass'd round, Angels compass'd ro[..]
204 Long may long may And they he Grace the Throne. grace the throne. grace the Throne. reign! reign triumphant on his Subject's love.
205 I saw the third of George's come, Queen Caroline oppressed with foes on every side
206 And lovely Charlotte in her bloom, Boldly she stems, base Calumny's foul tide,
207 Long may they live and reign With conscious innooence, surmounts the storm
208 The Nation's Glory and And their Pride, reigns in every heart to virtue warm.
209 And ever be their faithful Guide;
210 And now Amen! Amen!
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1 WHen William, Duke WHen William Duke WHEN William Duke WHen William Duke WHEN William duke WHEN William, Duke [..] of N[..]rrmandy, Normandy, Normandy Normandy, Normandy N[..]rmandy,
2 With all his Normans With a[..]l his Normans With all his Normans [..] ans galantly, gallantly, gallantly gallantry
3 This this Kingdom kingdom kingdome Kingdome did subdue; subdue: subdue, subdue. [..]subdue;
4 Full fifteen Full fffteen [..]as, Years of Age I years of age I was, w[..]s,
5 And whate'er And what e're And what e'er And whate're And what ere [..]o since has hath his come to pass, pass
6 I can report I can Report [..] for it true. true true:
7 I can remember since he went [..] can remember since he went; i can Remember since he went, I can remember since he went, [..]
8 From London for to conquer Kent: From London Kent, for to Conquer [...]om London for to conquer Kent, From London for to Conquer Kent. From London for to conquer Kent From London for to conquer Kent, From London for to conquer Kent, From London for to conquer Kent; [..]t, :
9 Where where Where walking [..]d, in with a walking Walking Wood, Wood. Wood; wood, wood Wood
10 The Men of Kent The men of Kent [..]he Men of Kent The Men of Kent The men of Kent [..]im, compassed Compassed encompassed did compass encompass'd him, him
11 And he for [..]d he for [..]m Aye confirm'd to aye confirm'd to aid confirm'd on ay confirmed to ay confirm'd to them, them
12 King Edward's Laws for Good. King Edwards Laws for good. King Edwards Laws for good King EDWARDS Laws for good. King Edward's Laws for good. King Edward's Laws for good, King Edward's laws for good. King Edwards laws for good. King Edward's laws for good, [..]d ,
13 I [..]w, Likewise I Likewise, I [..]kewise I likewise Likewise I. William Rufus knew, William Rufus knew WILLIAM RUFUS knew, William Rufus knew,
14 And saw And say [..]ew the Arrow the arrow that which him slew, him slew
15 Hard by a hard by a [..] Forest Side: Forrest side: Forest side, Forest side: Forest Side; Forest side; forest side. forest side, forest-side. forrest side:
16 I well could I well cou'd And I can [..] tell you You you, if I If I list, List, wist,
17 Or better tell you if I Or better tell You if I And better tell you if I Or better tell you, if I [..] wist, wist; list,
18 Who next to him did ride. who next to him did ride. Whom next to him did ride. Who next to him did Ride, Who next to him did ride, [..]
19 First Henry, First Henry First HENRY, First Henry, [..]w aye, I, ayes I ay ay, and Stephen knew, Stehpen kn[..]w, STEPHEN knew, Stephen too, Stephen knew
20 Whom Who When no Man there man there M[..]n there one there man here but I did but i did view, view; [..]view,
21 I saw i saw [..]ad; them him Crown'd, and Dead: Crown'd and dead: Crown'd and dead. Crown'd and Dead: crown'd and dead! crown'd and dead; crown'd and dead: crown'd and dead crown'd and dead. Crown'd and dead;
22 I can remember well also I can remember well also, i can Remember well also, And can remember well also [..]
23 The Second The second [..]ow, Henry's Henry's HENRY'S Henries royal Royal Show; show, Show, Shew, show
24 The Day that day the Day The day [..] that when he was wed. he was Wed. he was wed,
25 I likewise was at i likewise was at [..] Woodstock Woodstock-Bower, Woodstock Woodstock-bower, Bower, Bower; Bow'r, bower, bowre, bower,
26 And I saw that the sweet and famous & comely [..] Flower, flower, flower Flower
27 Queen Eleanor Queen Elinor Queen Elenor Queen ELENOR Queen Eleanor Queen Elenor so [..] did so spight: spight spight. spight, spight; spite; spite.
28 I found i found [..]in, the Clew the Clue the clue the clew that clew of Thread thread threed again, again.
29 After that worthy Knight was After that Worthy Knight was After that worthy knight was slain; slain, slain. slain [..]slain,
30 'Twas ‘twas 'twas It was [..]ite. blue, green, blue, green, blew, green blue, Green, Blue, green, red, red and red, and Red, & green, and white. White. white
31 I saw King Richar[d] in his I saw King Richard in his I saw King RICHARD in his I saw King Richard in his I saw king Richard in his Shirt, Shirt shirt, s[..]irt shirt
32 Pull out a furious Lion's Lyons Lyon's lion's Lions Heart, heart, heart
33 Whereby his Strength was whereby his strength was whereby his Strength was Whereby his strength was try'd: try'd; try'd. tried, try'd,
34 I saw King John, when as the I saw King John when as the I saw King JOHN when as the I saw King John, when as the I saw king John, when as the I saw King John when as the Monk Monk, Monk. Munk monk Munk,
35 Gave him the Poison which Poyson which Poison, which poison as poyson which poison which he drunk, Drunk, drunk; drank. drank;
36 And and then forsooth thenforsooth he dy'd. died, died. dy'd
37 I mark'd the Barons mark'd the Barrons mark'd tbe Barons saw the barons markt the Barons when they sent when they sent,
38 For the French Dauphin, French Doulphin, FRENCH Dauphin French Dauphin French Dauphin, French Dauphin, French Dolphin, F[..]ench Dauphin. French Dauphin, French dauphin French Dalphin, with Intent with intent with intent, with intent.
39 To put Third Henry to put third Henry to put third HENRY To put Third Henry to put Third Henry To put third Henry to put third Henry down: down. down; down; down, by: by.
40 I saw the Earl of Leicester I saw the Earl of Leicester i saw the Earl of LEICESTER I saw the earl of Leicester stout, stout bent,
41 (Call'd, (Call'd Call'd Called Simon SIMON Simon Munford) Munford MUNFORD) Mountford) Montford) Mounford) with his Tent with his Tent, with his tent, with his tent
42 Besiege besiege [..] fair London Town. London Town. LONDON TOWN. London town. London-town. L[..] Tow[..].
43 And I have the First Edward seen, And I have the first Edward seen, And i have the first EDWARD seen, And I have the First Edward seen, And I have the first Edward seen, And I have the first Edward seen And I have the First Edward seen,
44 Whose Legs legs Lges I i thought think still thought to have had been been,
45 A Yard a Yard a yard A yard and or more in Length: more in length: more in length. more in Length; more in length;
46 I W[..]th With with him I i into Scotland went, into SCOTLAND went; into Scotland went, into Scotland went
47 And back again incontinent, incontinent. in contentment, incontinent
48 Which which he subdu'd hee subdued he subdued by Strength. strength. strenth. strenght.
49 I knew i knew Carnarvon's Minion dear, Carnarven's Minion dear, Carmarvan's Minion dear, CARNARVON'S Minion Dear. Carmarthen's minion dear, Carnarven's Minion dear Carnarvonon's minion dear, Canarvans minion deer, Carnarvonon's minion's dear, Carnarvon's minion dear,
50 And I saw the Fall of saw the fall of saw the Fall of Mortimer, Mortimeer, Mortimer, Mortimer Mortimer.
51 With all the with all the Barons Barrons barons Wars: Wars. Wars; wars wars: wars.
52 I likewise And likely i likewise was in Armour to have been in Armor in armour sent sent, spent
53 To At Burton Burton Battle Battel battle battel upon Trent, upon Trent. upon TRENT, upon Trent,
54 Where I where I Where i receiv'd Receiv'd received these Scars scars. Scars. Scars, skars. scars,
55 Third Edward, and his Third Edward and his Third EDWARD and his Third Edward and his valiant Valliant Son, Son son, son
56 By whom by whom great such Feats feats of of Arms arms were done, were don was done were done was done, were done;
57 I i [..] saw on Cressy Plain; Cressy Plain: Cressy Plain. Cresly P!ain. Cresses Plain; Cressy Plain, Crosley plain Cressey plain, Cross[..]ey plain. Crosley-plain. Cressy Plain
58 Which Day, when day when Day when day, when days when days Bows bows and Arrows & arows and arrows & Arrows keen keen, keen
59 Grew scant, scant sant, with mighty Stones I with mighty stones I with mighty stones i ween, wen ween, ween
60 Were were Where many Frenchmen French men Frenchmen FRENCHMEN French Men French-men French-men French- men slain. slain slain,
61 I knew Wat i knew WAT I knew Wat I knew Wat Tyler, and Tyler and Tylor and TYLER, and Tyler & Tyler, and Tyler and Jack Straw, JACK STRAW, Jack Straw,
62 And I i I the th[..] Mayor of London saw, Mayor of London saw, mayor of LONDON saw Mayor of London saw Mayor of London saw. mayor of London saw,
63 In in Smithfield, which him Smithfield which him Smithfield, which he Sm[..]ield which him Smithfield which he Smithfield, which him Smithfield with him Smith-field which him slew: slew. slew? slew; slew,
64 I was at i was at I was at Pomfret Castle, Pomfret Castle Pomfret Castle Pomphfret Castle, Pomfret-castle Pomfret Castle. when when,
65 The Second The second The Second Richard there Richard he RIGHARD there Richard there was slain, was slain.
66 Whose Death whose death whose Death Whose death e'er e're ere since I rue. since i rue. since I rue: since I rue,
67 I i I saw mark'd when Henry Bolingbrook, Henry Bullingbrook Henry Bulinbrook, HENRY BOLINGBROOK, Henry Bolingbrook Henry Bolingbroke Henry Bull[..]ngbrook, Holingbroke Henry Bullenbrook Holingbroke, Henry Bolinbroke Henry Bullingbrook,
68 The Crown and The crown and the Scepter Sceptre septre sceptre scepter on him took; took took,
69 When Which which he became full so right well: well. well;
70 I I saw mark'd when Henry when Henry when HENRY Hotspur Hotsur Hotspur HOTSPUR he, he
71 And many Lords lord Lord lords at Salisbury, Shrewsbury, Shrewsbury, Salisbury Salisbury. Shrewsbury Salisbury,
72 Were were where Was Where slain in Battle fell. Battel fell. Ba[..]tle fell. Battle, fell. Battle fel[..]. battle fell. battel fell. Battle fe[..].
73 I i I saw the brave knew that great saw that brave victorious Prince, Victorious Prince, victorious prince. victorious Prince victorious prince,
74 Whose Death I (whose death I Whose Death i Whose death I (Whose death I Whose death I have bewail'd e'er since, have bewail'd e're since) have bewail'd e'er since have bewail'd e'er since. have bewail'd e're since, have bewail'd ere since) have bewailed e'er since. hsve bewail'd e're since, have bewail'd e're si[..]
75 Henry the Fifth, I Henry the fifth I Henry the Fifth I HENRY the fifth i Henry the Fifth, I Henry the fifth I Henry the fifth I mean: mean mean; mean, mean. meant;
76 And I can give you And I can give You And i can give you And I can give you a good just Report, report, Report report ,
77 How many French at How many French at Agincourt, Agen-Court, Agen Court, Agincourt, Agin Court, Agen Court, Agencourt Agincourt
78 Were were Was Where where in one Battle battel battle Battel slain. slain Slain. slain;
79 I saw the i saw the I saw the White and Red rose White, & Red-Rose white and Red Rose white and Red-Rose White and Red-Rose white and red Rose white and red nose white and red rose Wh[..]e, and Red-Rose fig[..] White, and Red-Rose Knight. Knight, Knight Knights, knight, fight
80 And Warwick WARWICK Warwick Warick Warick Great, in Armour bright, great in Armour bright Great in Armour bright, great, in Armour bright, great in Armour bright, great in armour bright, great in armour bright great in armour bright. ,
81 In the in the Sixth Henry's Reign: sixth Henry's Reign: sixth Henry's Reign; sixth HENRY'S Reign: Sixth Henry's Reign: sixth Henry's reign; Sixth Henry's Reign; sixth Henry's reign, fifth Henries raign sixth's Henry's reign. Sixth Henry's reign. sixth Henrys Reign: sixth Henry's Reign:
82 And I present was that very Hour, present was that very hour, present was that very hour present was that very hour.
83 When Henry H[..]nry HENRY Henry was in London Tower, London Tower, London Tow'r, London Tower LONDON Tower, London Tower. London-tower
84 By by crook'd Back'd Crook'd-back Crook back'd Crook'd Back'd crook'd Back crook-back Crookt-backt Crook-back'd Crook'd Back'[..] crook'd-back Richard Richard R[..]hard slain.
85 I i And I in the Goldsmith's the Gold-smiths a Goldsmith's the goldsmith's a Gold-smith a Gold-smith's a Gold-smiths Shop shop have I've seen, seen seen.
86 Fourth Edward's famous Concubine; Fourth Edwards famous Concubine, Fourth Edward's Famous Concubine, Fourth EDWARD's famous Concubine; Fourth Edward's famous Concubine; Fourth Edward's famous Concubine, Fourth Edward's famous Concubine, Fourth Edward's famous concubine; Fourth Edwards famous Concubine Fourth Edward's famous concubine. Fourth Edward's famous concubine, Fourth Edwards famous Concubine,
87 Whose Name was whose name was whose Name was Whose name was sweet [..]ir Sweet fair Jane Shore: Jane Shore. Jane Shore; Jane Shore; Jane Shore,
88 I i I saw mark'd when Richard's Richar[..] Richard's Richards Richards Cruelty, cruelty, Cruelty cruelty
89 Did put Put her to her unto heto great gr[..]t Misery; misery, Misery, Misery: misery.
90 And I was and I was and i was And I was griev'd therefore. grie[..] therefore. griev'd therefore, grieved sore. grieved therefore. grieved therefore, griev'd therefore
91 Also I i I also likewise was at Bosworth Field, Bosworth field, Bosworth Field, Bosworth Field Bosworth Field, Bosworth Fleld, Bosworthfield Bosworth field, Bosworth field.
92 Well armed Arm'd there with Spear there with spear and & Shield, shield Shield shield. shield,
93 Meaning to try my Force; meaning to try my force: meaning to try my Force, meaning to try my Force: Meaning to try my force; meaning to try my force; Meaning to try my force: Meaning to try my force.
94 Where Richard Where Richard losing loosing Life and Crown, life and Crown Life and Crown life and crown, life and crown.
95 Was naked born to bourn to bore to borne to born te Leicester Town, Leicester Town, Leicester town Leicester town, Leicester Town Leicester town.
96 Upon a upon a Collier's Colliars Colliers collier's Horse. horse. Horse, horse,
97 To the Seventh Henry then I was To the seventh Henry then I was To the seventh Henry then I was, To the Seventh Henry then I was, To the Seventh Henry then I was To the seventh Henry then I was To the Seventh Henry then I was To the seventh Henry then I was,
98 A Servant, as it came to pass; A Servant, as it came to pass, A Servant as it came to pass, A servant as it came to pass, A servant, as it came to pass, A servant, as it came to pass
99 To serve him at his Need: to serve him at his need; To serve him at his Need; to Serve him at his Need, to serve him at his Need: To serve him at his need: to serve him at his need: To serve him at his need; To serve him at his need.
100 And while I did in Court remain, and while i did in Court Remain. And while I did in court remain. And while I did in court remain, And while I did in Court remain,
101 I saw in the