NOTES
1.
See Appendix V.
2.
Political State of Great Britain, iii. 13.
3.
Works of Matthew Prior, edited by Alfred R. Waller , 1907, ii. 380.
4.
Prince Eugène landed in England on January 5.
5.
British Museum, 162. m. 70 (13). Probably Arbuthnot, if not Swift, had some part in two other ballads of a similar kind published that year--An Excellent Old Ballad made at the Restoration of King Charles the Second, with a Second Part to the same Tune by a Modern Hand, and Whiggism laid open and The Loyal Churchman's Health. There had also been a ballad resembling these published previously-- Jack Presbyter Downfal: or, The Church in Glory, Occasion'd by the Dissolution of the Late Parliament.
6.
British Museum, C. 20. f. 2 (232) and 11602. i. 12(6).
7.
The Fable was not included in The Miscellanies published in conjunction with Pope, but appears in the edition of Swift Works published by Faulkner in 1735.
8.
It is announced in The Examiner of July 3, 1712, as lately published.
9.
The piece was originally published as a broadside, at a price of one penny, without printer's name. It was included in Swift's Works by Hawkesworth in 1765.
10.
The piece was included in Swift's Works by Nichols in 1776.
11.
By Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge on 27 June, 1927.
12.
Appendix VI.
13.
This piece appears in the Miscellanies of 1727. There are also attributed to the year 1712 an Epigram on Tom, whose fidelity to his wife was not lessened by her cudgelling him, and a lampoon on Mrs. Manley, the authoress of The New Atalantis. The former was

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