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Full text of "The overture, songs, airs, and chorusses, in the jubilee, or, Shakespear's garland as performed at Stratford upon Avon, and the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane : to which is added a cantata called Queen Mab, or, The fairies jubilee"

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On the Road such crofses,Sir, 
Cursing Jolts and tofses,Sir, 
Posting without Horses, Sir, 

This is, Sir, a Jubilee; 
Critics thus will say,Sir, 
I hope that you will stay, Sir, 
To see our Jubilee. 



Odes, Sir, without Poetry, 
Music without melody, 
Singing without Harmony, 

This is, Sir, a Jubilee; 
Critics thus will say,Sir, 
I hope that you will stay,Sir, 
To see our Jubilee. 



Holes tothrust your head in, Sir, 
Lodgings withoutRedding,Sir, 
Beds as if they'd lead in, Sir, 

.This is Sir, a Jubilee; 
Critics thus will say, Sir, 
I hope that you will stay,Sir, 
To see -our Jubilee. 



Blankets without SheetingSir, 
Dinners without Eating, Sir, 
.Not without much Cheating.Sir, 
This is Sir, a Jubilee; 
Critics thus will say, Sir, 
I hope that you will stay, Sir, 
To see our Jubilee, O the rare JuKIfe. 



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Ye curious Exotics whom Taste has brought here, 
To root out the Natives at Prices so dear. 

All shall yeild to the Mulberry tree &c. 
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With Learning and knowledge the wel letter 'd Birch, 
Supplies Law and Physic and Grace for the Church; 
But Law and the Gospel in Shakespear we find, 
And he gives the best Physic for Body and Mind. 

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Of the Fir we make fhips there are thousands that fight, 
But one only one like our Shakespear can write. . 
All shall yeild to the Mulberry tree Sic. 

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The fame of the Patron gives fame to the Tree, 
From him and his merits this takes its degree; 
Give Phcebus.and Bacchus,thelr Laurel and Vine, 
The Tree of our Shakespear is still more divine. 
All shall yeild to the Mulberry Tree &c. 



Let Venus delight in her gay Myrtle bowrs, 
Pomona in Fruit trees and Flora in flow'rs; 
The Garden of Shakespear all fancies will suit, 
With the sweetest of flow'rs & the fakest of fruit. 
All shall yeild to the Mulberry tree & c. 
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As the Genius of Shakespear outshines the bright day. 
More rapture than wine to the heart can convey; 
So the Tree which he planted by making his own. 
Has the Laurel,and Bays,and the Vine, oil in one. 
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Then each take a Relick of this hallowd Tree, 
From Folly and Fashion a charm let it be, 
Come fill to the Planter the Cup to the brim; 
To honor your Country do honor to him. 

All shall yeild to the Mulberry Tree &c . 



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Where Nature has lavish 'd her bounty,- 

Where much has been given and some to be spar'd 

For the Bard ofall Bards was a Warwickfhire Bard'. 

Warwickfhire Bard, never paird, 
For the Bard of all Bards was. a Warwickfhire Bard. 

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Our Shakespear compard is to no man, 
NorFrenchman,nor Grecian, nor Roman; 
Their Swans are all Geese to the Avon's sweet Swan, 
For the Man of all Men was a Warwickfhire Man, 

Avon's Swan, a Warwickshire Man, 
For the Man of all Men was a Warwickfhire Man, 



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Old Ben, Thomas Otway, Iohn Dryden, 
And half a score more we take pride in; 
Of famous Will Congreve,we boast too the fkill, 
But the Will of all Wills was a Warwickfhire Will . 
Warwickfhire Will,matchlefs still, 
* But the Will of all Wills was a Warwickfhire Will. 

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There never was sure such a creature, 

Ofall she was worth he rob'd Nature,* 

He took all her smiles and he took all her grief, 

For the Thief of all Thieves was a Warwickfhire Thief 

A Warwickfhire Thief,Hes the chief, 
For the Thief of all Thieves was a Warwickfhire Thief, 



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