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What's he that doth the Bishops hate,
And counts their Calling Reprobate,

'Cause by the Pope propounded; And thinks a zealous Cobler better, Than learned her in every Letter?

O! such a Rogue's a Round-head.

III What’s he that doth High-Treason fay, As often as his Tea and Nay,

And wish the King confounded; And dares maintain that Mr. Pin Is fitter for a Crown than him?

O! such a. Rogue's a Round-head.

IV.
Wlat's be that if he chance to hear ,
A little piece of Common-Prayer,

Doth

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Doth think his Conscience wounded
Will go five Miles to Preach and Pray,
And meet a Sister by the way?
O! such a Rogue's a Round-head.

V.
What's he that met a Holy Sifler,
and in a Haycock gently kiss'd her,

O! then his Zeal abounded;
'Twas underneath a fhady Willow,
Her Bible serv'd her for a Pillow?

And there he got a Round-head.

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TURNCOAT.

To the Tune of, London is a fine Town.

By Mr. SAMUEL BUTLER,

Author of Hudibras.

1.
I
Lov'd no King since Forty One,

When Prelacy went down,
A Cloak and Band I then put ong
And preach'd against tlıç Crown.

Chorus

Chorus.
A Turncoat is a cunning Man,

That Cants to admiration,
And prays for any King to gain
The Peoples Approbation.

II.
I few'd the Paths to Heav'n untrod,

From Pop'ry to refine 'ein,
And taught the People to serve God,
As if the Devil were in 'em.

Chorus.
A Turncoat, &c.

III.
When Charles return'd into our Land,

The English Church Supporter,
I shifted off my Cloak and Band,
And so became a Courtier.

Chorus.
A Turncoat, &c.
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IV.
The King's Religion I profest,

And found there was no harm in't;
I cogg'd and flatter'd, like the rest,
Till I had got Preferment.

Chorus
A Turncoat, &c.

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I taught my Confcience how to cope

With Honesty or Evil;
And when I rail'd against the Pope,
I fided with the Devil.

Chorus.
A Turncoat is a cunning Man,

That Cants to admiration,
And prays for any King to gain

The Peoples Approbation.

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