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The Second part to the same tune; or, An Answer to the lady of qualities popish ballad of the Popish Plot.bLike you my song, or like it not, I sing the down-fall of the Plot; The plotters characters I shew, The Devil by his paw you'l know. God bless our King, our Church preserve, Whilst traytors have what they deserve. To the tune of Packington's pound.

The Second part to the same tune; or, An Answer to the lady of qualities popish ballad of the Popish Plot.bLike you my song, or like it not, I sing the down-fall of the Plot; The plotters characters I shew, The Devil by his paw you'l know. God bless our King, our Church preserve, Whilst traytors have what they deserve. To the tune of Packington's pound.

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Date: 1679 or 1680?]
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Begins: "Since Hell is broke loose, and the press set a work."
A reply to "A ballad upon the Popish Plot" by Elizabeth Powis or John Gadbury (Wing G75).
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1 Broadside. ; 33 x 25 cm.
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Object ID: 11378435
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