Hells master-piece discovered: or Joy and sorrow mixt together. Being a breife [sic] and true relation of the damnable plot, of the invetrate [sic] enemies of God, and the King; who intended to a mixt our joy for the nativitie of Christ, with the blood of the King, and his faithfull subjects. Being a fit carrall for Royallist to sing, that alwaies fear God, and honour the King. To the tune of, Summer time

London : Printed for Francis Grove ..., 1660?

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