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Paul Brewster   Link to this

L&M footnote:
"He was M.P. for Scarborough and until this moment (May 1st 1660) a vociferous republican. He spoke first after the reading of the letter, 'all bathed in tears'"

Roger Miller   Link to this

Luke Robinson is mentioned in 'A Proper New Ballad On The Old Parliament; Or, The Second Part Of Knave Out Of Doors' to the tune 'Hei ho, my honey'

"Luke Robinson shall go before ye,
that snarling northern tyke;
Be sure he

Bill   Link to this

Chipps of the Old Block; or, Hercules
Cleansing the Aug├Žan Stable.
To the Tune of The Sword.

23
Luke Robinson that Clownado,
Though his heart be a Granado,
Yet a High-shooe with his hands in his Poke,
Is his most perfect shadow.

--Rump: or An Exact collection of the choycest poems and songs, 1662

Bill   Link to this

The RUMP Carbonado'd: or A New
BALLAD.
To the Tune of the Black-smith.

Luke Robinson wants both his Bristles and Aule
To stitch up his lame Legge, and help him to
craule, Who down-right hath halted betwixt God and Baal,
Which no body can deny.

Ibid.

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  • 1660