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Black-letter Broadside Ballads Of The years 1595-1639

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ROCHELLE HER YIELDING
The Nobles of this Land Protect with thy right hand,
that they may fructifie in good: And let those Christians true The right way still pursue,
oh let them stand as they haue stood, Let not thy flocke disturbed, Be by Tyrants curbed,
but like the Arke let it still swim, Among those raging billowes, Though with cares they fill vs,
let's not be dismaid for them.
M.P.
Printed at London for I. Wright.
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