Westminster drollery. being a compleat collecion of all the newest and choicest songs and poems at court and both the theaters, and never printed before

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Published by Printed for William Gilbert ... and Thomas Sawbridge ... in London .

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Subjects:

  • English wit and humor.,
  • English poetry -- Early modern, 1500-1700.,
  • Ballads, English.

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Statementby the author of the first part.
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1271:10.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[2], 132 p.
Number of Pages132
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16707504M

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Westminster-Drollery. Or, A Choice COLLECTION Of the Newest SONGS & POEMS BOTH AT Court and Theaters. BY A Person of Quality. Westminster drolleries, both parts, of; being a choice collection of songs and poems, sung at court & theatres: with additions made by "A person of quality." Now first reprinted from the original ed.

Prelude --Editorial introduction to the Westminster drolleries:--Westminster drollery, or a choice collection of the newest songs & poems both at court and theaters / by a person of quality --Westminster drollery.

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Westminster-drollery, or, A choice collection of the newest songs & poems both at court & theaters. [Person of quality.;] Full text available as part of Early English books online.

OCLC Number: Notes: The second part has special t.p.: Westminster drollery, the second part: being a compleat collection of all the newest and choicest songs and poems at court and both. Full text of "Westminster drolleries, both parts, of; being a choice collection of songs and poems, sung at court & theatres: with additions made by 'A person of quality.'Now first reprinted from.

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Boston, Lincolnshire: B. Roberts,Very good (+). "Westminster Drolleries". Both parts,; being a Choice Collection of Songs and Poems Sung at Court and Theatres. "Merry Drollery Author: J. Woodfall EBSWORTH. As a ministry of Westminster Theological Seminary our mission is to serve the church by curating, promoting, and distributing biblically faithful books to God's people.

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Your money will be used to provide additional shelving, enhanced technologies, and make more books. Full text of "Merry drollery compleat, being jovial poems, merry songs, &c., collected by W.N., C.B., R.S., & J.G., lovers of wit, both parts;, Now. Shop Westminster College Apparel, Textbooks, Merchandise and Gifts at the Griffins Bookstore.

Flat-Rate Shipping. Other books of the same year offended worse against morals: for example, the earliest edition known to us of Wit and Drollery, with the extremely “free” facetiæ of Sportive Wit, or Lusty Drollery.

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Honest Hodge & Ralph holding a sober discourse in answer to a late scandalous and pernicious pamphlet called A dialogue between the Pope and the phanatick by Person of quality. Choyce Drollery () Sportive Witt () Wit Resto'd () Merry Drollery Supplement () Antidote Against Melancholy () Treatise Against Drunkennesse () The New Academy of Complements () Westminster Drollery () Covent Garden Drollery.

London drollery, or, The wits academy [microform]: being a select collection of the newest songs, lampoons, and airs alamode: with several other most ingenious peices [sic] of railery, never before.

They are to be found in Westminster Drollery (), in a ballad of “Johnny and Jenny,” which has evidently been attached to the melody. The “burden” shows it must have been set to the old. Book Description. This annotated bibliography constitutes a thoroughly revised and more easily readable study of Behn's publications, of those edited or translated by her, of publications that included her.

Get this from a library. Mock songs and joking poems, all novel: consisting of mocks to several late songs about the town: with other new songs and ingenious poems much in use at court, and both theaters. [Author of Westminster drollery.].

Phillis, for shame, let us improve (Westminster Drollery) Pish, modest sipper, to't again (New Academy of Compliments) Poor Celia once was very fair (Flatman) Pretty nymph, why always blushing (Wit's Cabinet) Shall we die (Westminster Drollery. Adams certainly cannot be the author of the delightful song, ‘Pan, leave piping, the gods have done feasting’ (sometimes called ‘The Green Gown,’ or ‘The Fetching Home of the May’), for the words of that song were composed, according to the best authority, not later than (vide Westminster Drollery.

‎Aphra Behn () is historically recognized as the first woman to make a living through writing; her plays, novels, poems and pamphlets have met with fresh notoriety since the 20th century. Her work. Hickesâ s Oxford Drollery (), published sixteen years after M u a r u m Delkiae, provided a fresh model for the popular drolleries of the â s and started the fad for place-name titleslO that produced Westminster Drollery and Windsor Drollery inCovent Garden Drollery inHolborn Drollery, London Drollery.

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// Works of Aphra Behn, Vol. 6;, p The lyrics of the song "Westminister Drollery, ,"by Aphra Behn are presented. First Line: THAT Beauty I. Anonymous, Westminster Drollery, The Second Part, first part A Collection of Poems, Written upon several Occasions, By Several Persons.

Never before in Print, includes poems attributed to. The Wits Paraphras’d was the second reprint of an earlier, seemingly more parochial collection of poems and balls entitled Norfolk Drollery (). This in turn was one of many such ‘drolleries’, e.g.

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