|Description||" ... to the tune of Derry down : Published by Mr Thomas Harper of the ward of Farringdon Without; one of the candidates for the office of common councilman in that ward. Extracted verbatim from a work printed for and sold by him at 207, Fleet Street, entitled "The Constitution of Freemasonry, or Ahiman Rezon; to which is added a selection of Masonic songs, &c. revised, corrected, and improved, with additions, from the original of the late Lawrence Dermott, Esq. By Thomas Harper, deputy Grand-master. London: Printed by T. Burton, Little Queen Street, for the editor. 1801." Octavo. Song xxxiv. pages 175-179." First line reads: Pray lend me your ears, my dear brethren, awhile. A satire on Freemasonry: with a satirical account of a meeting of the inhabitants of Farringdon Without, held December 16th, 1820, printed on the verso. In two columns.