The New Droll
Come lets drink, the time invites, / winter and cold weather, . . .
Last Line: to king, and every Member.
Poem Title: The new Droll.
Loyal Garland (1673) sig. B6r
THE | LOYAL GARLAND, | Containing choice Songs and Sonnets of | our late unhappy Revolutions. | [single horizontal rule] | Very delightful and profitable, both to this preſent, | and future Ages. | [single horizontal rule] | Publiſhed by S. N. A Lover of Mirth. | The fourth Edition, with Additions. | [device: garland with crown and busts, enclosing text: Fear God, Honor the | King, 1 Pet. 2. 17. | My ſon, fear thou the | LORD, and the King: | and meddle not with | them that are given to | change, Prov. 24.21.1 ] | London, Printed by T. Johnson, for T. Paſſenger at | Thre: Bibles on London-Bridge, 167.
References: Wing M79B
Textual Notes: 8°; A-H8 [$4 signed (-A1)]
Pagination: 64 leaves, pp. 
Contents: A1r title, A1v blank, A2r-v "[rule of type ornaments] | A Table of the Sonnets | contained in this Book.", A3r "[rule of type ornaments] | THE | LOYAL GARLAND.", A3r-H8v text
Running Titles:A2v "THE TABLE.", A3v-H8v "The Loyal Garland."
Notes: The text for this miscellany has largely been set in black letter. The date remains conjectural, as it has been obscured or cut off in the imprint of all existing copies. The identity of "S. N." (see also the 1686 edition) remains unknown. No editions previous to this have been located. Not treated in Case.
[1st ed. by Jan. 1667 not found.]