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The merry hoastess: or, A pretty new ditty, compos"d by an hoastess that lives in the city

The merry hoastess: or, A pretty new ditty, compos"d by an hoastess that lives in the city

to wrong such an hoastess it were a great pitty, by reason she caused this pretty new ditty. To the tune of, Buff coat has no fellow

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Published by printed for John Andrews, at the White Lion near Pye-Corner in London .
Written in English

  • Ballads, English -- 17th century

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMerry hoastess, Pretty new ditty, compos"d by an hoastess that lives in the city
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 2123:536-537
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 sheet ([2] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15416686M

    prose_contemporary Richard Powers Gold Bug Variations. A national bestseller, voted by Time as the #1 novel of , selected as one of the "Best Books of " by Publishers Weekly, and nominated for a National Book Critics Circle Award-a magnificent story that probes the meaning of love, science, music, and art, by the brilliant author of Three Farmers on Their Way to a Dance. Samuel Harsnet, in his Declaration of Egregious Impostures, , mentions a 'merry catch,' 'Now God be with old Simeon' (for which see Rimbault's Rounds, Canons, and Catches of England), which he says was sung by tinkers 'as they sit by the fire, with a pot of good ale between their legs.'. And in The Merry Devill of Edmonton, , there is a comical story of how Smug the miller was singing.

    NIL. dict_files/ This class can parse, analyze words and interprets sentences. It takes an English sentence and breaks it into words to determine if it is a phrase or a clause. It can also counts the total number of words in a sentence, checks if a word is a palindrome and can generate a new sentence with almost the same meaning using synonyms and other grammar-specific rules. The City Improvements Act, obtained by Dr William Chambers when Lord Provost of Edinburgh in and again in , swept away hundreds of old buildings; and to it is due the disappearance of Leith Wynd, St Mary’s Wynd, Blackfriars Wynd, the Ancient Scottish Mint in the Cowgate, and other landmarks more or less familiar to our grandfathers.

    fortify the city, portended an invasion by the English, who, it was rumored, were to come up in ships from below, as in the days of Sir William Phipps with his army of New Englanders, the story of whose defeat under the walls of Quebec was still freshly remembered in the traditions of the Colony. "Never fear them!" said old Louis, the one-eyed. Ballads, Welsh -- 17th century. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Ballads, Welsh; Ballads -- 17th century; 17th century; Filed under.

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