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Songs and music
|Named Person:||William Smith; James Rivington; Samuel Rhodes Fisher|
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
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|Notes:||Song in four parts; first line: Three Tories, in very foul weather. The three Tories are introduced in the first part (tune, The world is a well furnish'd table). In the following parts each sings a song. Second part: The broker (tune, Hosier's ghost). Third part: the printer (tune (God save the King). Fourth part: The Quaker (tune, Babes in the wood). According to Hildeburn, the persons lampooned are William Smith (the broker), James Rivington (the printer), and Samuel Rhodes Fisher (the Quaker).
Attributed to Francis Hopkinson in: Hastings, G.E. The life and works of Francis Hopkinson, 1926, p. 305.
Place of publication supplied by Shipton & Mooney. Date of publication from Hastings. Evans erroneously supplies 1777 as date of publication.
Text in two columns.
|Reproduction Notes:||Microfiche. [New York : Readex Microprint, 1985]. 11 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. First series ; no. 15366).|
|Description:||1 sheet ( pages)|
|Series Title:||Early American imprints., First series ;, no. 15366.|
|Other Titles:||World is a well furnish'd table (Tune)
Hosier's ghost (Tune)
God save the King.
Babes in the wood (Tune)