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Broadside ballad entitled 'Epigram on Jock an' Tam'
J O C K A N' T A M.
Says temperate Tam to silly Jack,
" For me, I don't drink whisky now,
" For many a tippling house, my boy,
" And then, you know, the temperance boys
" But Jack, you know, a written pledge
" Thou'rt staggering, man, but take mine arm,
"Then come, dear scion of the Church,
Probable date published:
1835 shelfmark: L.C.Fol.178.A.2(216)