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61. " Que tu nous cause[s] de tour-
ment," 1649. f . 88.

62. "Je veux croire que ton P^re,"
1649; air, " Gravelines." f.90.

63. " De tous les Princes de la terre,"
1649 ; same air. f . 90b.

64. " Dans la Place Royale," 1649 ; air,
" Le fameux Diogene." f. 92.

65. " Monsieur de Ravigny," 1649 ; air,
" Le petit Marais." f. 93.

66. " J'ose vous suplier," 1649. f, 93b.

67. "Pour aller a la Potence," 1649;
air, " Doguin disoit a Bichonne."
f.94.

68. " Dans le Parlement," 1649. f. 96b.

69. " L'Eminence de la France," 1649.
f . 97b.

70. " Le (sic) Reine a dit en sortant de
laville,"1649; air, "Lesformulaires."
f.98.

71. " Or adieu done, mes Camarades,"
1649 ; air, " Gravelines." f. 99.

72. "A Dieu, la France," 1649; air,
" Petite Fronde." f.lOO.

78. " Si Monsieur ne me veux (sic) plus
voir," 1649; air, " Le Coniateor."
f . 101b.

74. " Cardinal, vous etes de race de fol,"
1649 ; air, " Lanturelu." f . 102.

75. "Chantons tous haut Godeamus "
(sic), 1649 [1650]; air, " AUeluya."
f. 103b.



76. " Comtesse de Crussol," 1649 [1650] ;
air, " Le Cantique de S'"= Margueritte."
f. 105.

77. "La Moussaye," 1650; air, "Petite
Fronde." f. 107.

78. " Cet homrae gros d'Har-

court," 1651. f. 114.

79. " Ah, Dieu, le joly Triolet," 1651 ;
air, " Les Triolets." f. 114b.

80. "Vn Mort causoit notre rejouis-
sance," 1651 ; air, " Mais." f. 115.

81. "II n'est point trop d6termin6,"
1651 ; air, " Le Confiteor." f. 116.

82. " Mazarin, plie ton pacquet," 1651 ;
air, "Les Triolets." f. 117b.

83. " Le Cardinal Mazarin, cet homme
de prudence," 1651; air, " Zeste et
Zeste." f. 118.

84. "Grand Roy, quelle est ton in-
justice," 1651 [1650]; air, "R6veillez
vous, belle." f. 118b.

85. "Je suis ce pauure Garcjon," 1651
[1650]. f. 119.

86. "Mazarin ce Bourgerou," 1651.
f . 120.

87. " Oui, vous eti6s de la partie," 1652 ;
air, "Petite Fronde." f. 120b.

88. "Or nous dites, la Beaume,"
1652; air, "Or nous dites, Marie."
f. 121.

89. "Or 6cout6s, pauure Frani^ois,"
1652 ; air, " Les Rocbelois." f. 121b.

90. "Rare exploit de la Noblesse,"
1652 ; air, " Les Enfarin^s." f. 124.

91. " Entre deux Draps." f. 125.

92. " B s, il vous faut quitter

Paris," 1652; air, "Les triolets."
f . 126.

93. "II court un grand bruit," 1652;
air, " Petite Fronde." f. 126b.

94. "Reven6s, Monseigneur le Car-
dinal," 1652. f. 129b.

95. "Bourgeois, a cette fete," 1652;
air, " Laissez paitre vos Betes."
f . 130.

96. "On a vu venir Charost," 1652;
air, "Les Feiiillantines." f. 131.

97. "Pour la Champr6 on feroit bien
un Crime," 1652; air, "Oui da."
f. 133.

98. "Plus de tendresse," 1652. f. 134.

99. "Chatillon, gardes vos ap[p]as,"
1652. f. 134b.

100. "Valenc6 par son vieil Eclat,"
1652. f . 136b.



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101. " Admirons tous I'Enfance," 1652.
f . 138.

102. " Tu charmes tous," 1652. f. 139b.

103. "Le Roy des Penons," 1652.
f. 140.

104. "Le Mazarin 6tonn6," 1652.
f . 140b.

105. "Je ne comprends pas," 1652.
f.l41.

106. " En vain, beaut^s," 1652. f. 141b.

107. '• LePech^n'estplusqu'unefable,"
1652; air, "R^veillez vous, belle."
f. 142.

108. "Amans infortun^s," 1652; air,
" L'antidote." f. 143.

109. "Je nieurs comme j'ay vecu,"
1652. f. 144.

110. "Vous etes horreur," 1652. f. 145.

111. "Quand la Baume fait serment,"

1652. f . 145b.

112. "Vous qui dans les faveurs des
belles," 1652. f. 146.

113. "Nouveau Germanicus," 1652.
f. 147.

114. " C'est la Princesse Louise," 1653.
f. 148.

115. "Vous demandes qu'elle (sic) est
ma peine," 1653. f. 149.

116. "Que tout le monde seconde,"
1658; air, "Quand je suis a la Ta-
verne." f. 149b.

117. "Tuteur des Roys de la Prance,"

1653. f. 150b.

118. "Vous me trait^s ainsy qu'une
Tigresse," 1653. f. 151b.

119. "La princesse de Conty," 1653;
air, " Sur le Pont Breton." f. 152.

120. " Le Marquis de Boeuvron," 1653.
f . 152b.

121. " A la Cour et dans les Gazettes,"
1653. f. 153.

122. " Chatillon, le favory," 1653.
f . 154.

123. " Si tous les Cocus ressembloient a
Montbrun," 1653. f. 154b.

124. "Raisin (sic) encore," 1653.
f. 157b.

125. " Depech^s, Mr. Le Tellier," 1653 ;
air, " Les triolets." f. 158b.

126. "Ce fut par xm Lundy matin,"
1653 ; air, " Lovart." f . 160b.

127. " Apres avoir bien cherche," 1653 ;
air, " Dans un Couvent." f. 161b.

128. " Ecout6s, beUe Princesse," 1654 ;
air, " S« Paul du 3' Etage." f. 163b.



129. "Le Cardinal et Dom Louis,"
1654 ; air, " Bon, bon 1 Que le vin est
bon." f.l65.

130. "II est party, le Seigneur Jule,"
1654; air, "R^veillez vous, belle."
f . 167b.

131. "Ap[p]rouv6s un Dessein," 1654.
f. 168.

132. "Moy, Barillon," 1654; air, "Les
formulaires." f. 168b.

133. " Fuyes cette Morality," 1654 ; air,
" La Duchesse." f. 169.

134. " Guercby, tu ravis tout le
monde," 1655; air, "Petite Fronde."
f. 171.

135. "La Rochefoucault," 1656; air,
" Le Confiteor." f. 172b.

136. " Du temps du Roy Guillemot,"
1656. f. 173b.

137. "Mazarin et Courcelles," 1656.
f. 174.

138. "Lavardin, Gorde, et Gourdin,"
1656 ; air unnamed [' ' Quand la mer
rouge"], f. 174b.

139. " Mettons sur le Tombeau," 1656 ;
air, " Le Prince Belzebuth." f. 175.

140. " Ab, quelle (sic) est laide," 1656.
f. 175b.

141. " Cessez, vieille Marquise," 1657;
air, " Laiss6s paitre." f. 176.

142. "Les Garnitures k la Candalle,"
1658 ; air, " Petite Fronde." f. 177.

143. " Ce n'est point au Marquis Mi-
chault," 1658; air, "Le Confiteor."
f. 178.

144. "Beaufort est dans le Donjon,"
1658 ; air, " Zeste et Zeste." f. 178b.

145. "Quand je vous dis que la nuit,"
1658. f . 179.

146. " La Fert6, Sennetere," 1658.
f . 179b.

147. " Le Conte de Guiche," 1658; air,
" Les Saucourt." f . 181b.

148. " Montglas vit en ange," 1658 ; air,
" Contre-verit^." f. 183b.

149. "Les intrigues de Saucourt,"
1659; air, "Les Feiiillantines."
f. 188b.

150. "La pauure Brissac," 1660; air,
"Lairela." f. 193.

151. "Ce fut un Lundy Vigile," 1660.
f. 194b.

152. "Le pauure Comte de Guiche,"
1660; air, " Le Cap de bonne Espe-
rance." f. 198.

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153. "Oiii, je le dis et le r6pete," 1660;

air, " Petite Fronde." f. 198b.
164. " Louvigny, ton air gracieux,"

1660 ; air, " Joconde." f. 200.

155. "Quand on est nonette," 1660;
air, " Margot sur la brune." f. 200b.

156. "La Guiche disoit a Marsan,"
1660; air, "Le Confiteor." f . 204.

157. " Lancelot Turpin," 1661 ; air,
"Lancelot." f. 208.

158. "Jean Gorbinillon," 1661; same
air. f . 211b.

159. "D'une Constance extreme," 1661.
f.214.

160. ' ' Pendant que nous sommes en
Flandre," 1661. f.214b.

161. "Quelle nature porte Tb6obon,"

1662 ; air unnamed [by J. B. LuUy].
f . 216.

162. "La Desgory," 1662; air, " Les
Roquentins." f. 216b.

163. " G'est icy I'hotel de Mis^re," 1662.
f. 217.

164. " Nommer un ange votre Philis,"
1662. f. 218.

165. "L'Espagnol d6sesp6r6," 1662.
f. 218b.

166. " Que la nature est impuissante,"
1662; air, "R6veill6s vous, belle."
f. 219.

167. " Le Pasteur qui nous gouverne,"
1662; air, " Le Cap de bonne Esp6-
rance." f. 220.

168. " Notre archeveque de Paris,"

1663 ; air, " Le Confiteor." f. 223.

169. " Enfin Iris " ; same air. f. 22.3b.

170. " D'une trop parfaite Sant6 " ;
same air. f. 224.

171. "Th6obon brutalis6," 1663; air,
" Laiss6s paitre." f. 225.

172. " Gu6ris toy, si tu peux," 1663.
f. 226.

173. " Le vaillant Due de Beaufort,"
1664 ; air, " Le Jardinier." f. 227.

174. "Pour les Blondins," 1664; air,
" Les formulaires." f . 232.

175. "Monsieur H6rault," 1664; air,
" Laiss6s paitre." f . 240b.

176. "A la venue de Noel," 1664.
f. 249.

177. "Les Marquis ne vous plaisent
pas," 1664 ; air, " Le Confiteor."
f . 252.

178. " Serois-je bien votre Cousin,"
1664 ; same air. f . 255.



179. " Dieux, que d'amants dans Vin-
cennes," 1664. f. 255b.

180. " Souverain juge de la police,"
1664. f. 256.

181. " Gardes vous," 1664. f. 256b.

182. " Sept jours de la semaine," 1664 ;
air, " A la noce de Jeanne." f. 257.

183. " Si a la S' Martin," 1664. f. 258b.

184. "Icy-dessous git Mazarin," 1664;
air, "Les Rochelois." f . 259b.

185. " Condd ]"e ne puis plus me taire,"
1665; air, " Petite Fronde." f . 260b.

186. " Qu'ont fait Messieurs de la
Sorbonne." 1665 ; air, " R(§veill63
vous, belle." f. 261.

187. "Chantons de La Fayette," 1666;
air, " La Gaillarde." f. 264.

188. " Quiconque auroitvu," 1666 ; air,
" Ut queant Laxis." f. 266b.

189. " Lon Ian la," 1666. f. 268.

190. " Je me fais un plaisir extreme,"
1666 ; air unnamed [Au roi, par M°"
de la Valliere]. f.268b.

191. " Votre Epoux est de glace," 1666 ;
air, " Belle et charmante brune."
f . 269.

192. "Aimable Dupontel," 1666; air,
" Dessus le Mont Ida." f. 272.

193. " J'aimeray toujours Bellebat,"
1606. f. 273.

194. " Retires moy des places d'Alsace,"
1666; air, "D'un pauvre Cceur sou-
lag^s le martire." f. 273b.

195. ' ' Delivr^s moy, Seigneur, de longue-
marche," 1666 ; same air. f. 274.

196. " A Dieu, ma femme," 1666 ; air,
" Monsieur de la Palisse est mort."
f.275.

197. " Le Vicomte dit de Louvois,"
1666 ; air, " Le Confiteor." f. 275b.

198. " Cher S' Pavin," 1666. f. 281.

199. "Ninon, passe tous tes jours au
Jeu," 1666. f.281b.

200. "Je suis Guen6gaud de Yille-
mouse," 1666; air, " L'autre nuit
j'aperQUS en songe." f. 282.

201. " Chantons tous en ce jour," 1667.
f . 288.

202. " Tous les jeunes gens de la Cour,"
1667 ; air, " Joconde." f. 288b.

203. " Messieurs, qui ven6s de la
Cour," 1667; air, " Le Confiteor."
f. 312.

204. " Or nous dites, de Luynes," 1667 ;
air, " Or nous dites, Marie." f. 314b.



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205. " De Foix se contente," 1667 ; air,
" Saucourt." f. 318b.

206. " Que D^odatus est heureux,"
1667 ; air, " AUeluya." f. 323b.

207. " La Grande putain dupais," 1667.
f . 827b.

208. "Du Chevalier aimable Duchesse,"

1667 [1668] ; air, " A peti[t]s Coups,
mon cher Camarade." f. 328.

209. " Je deteste comme paste I'ordrs
du Roy," 1667 [1668]. f. 328b.

210. " Sort^s de la Bastille," 1667 ; air,
" Laiss6s paitre." f. 329.

211. " Monseigneur I'Eveque d'Autun,"

1668 ; air, " Le Conditor." f. 329b.

212. " Depuis six mois," 1668 ; air,
" Les formulaires." f. 330b.

213. " On connoit dans chaque pro-
vince," 1668; air, "Petite Fronde."
f. 332b.

214. " Vous av6s niepris6 Boileau,"
1668 ; air, " Le Confiteor." f. 333.

215. " Je vais incessam[m]ent vous
voir," 1668; air, "La Duchesse."
f. 334.

216. " Sire le Roy, qui commandes en
Prance," 1668 [1669] ; air, " Les for-
mulaires." f. 335.

217. " A Rome on voit," 1668 ; air,
"Les Marais," or "La Duchesse."
f. 337.

218. "II court un grand bruit," 1669.
f. 339.

219. " Ton tein[t] n'a rien qui ressemble
a I'aurore," 1669. f. 340b.

220. " L'on dit que la Valli^re," 1669 ;
air, " Mon pr^cepteur." f. 341b.

221. "L'attelage du soleil," 1670; air,
" Le Traquenard." f. 342b.

222. " Je suis ravy que le Roy," 1670;
air, " Les formulaires." f. 346.

223. "A vous parer," 1670 [1669].
f. 346b.

224. " M^' de Franquetot," 1670 ; air,
" Je suis ny bon soldat." f. 347b.

225. "Aimable Danchet," 1670; air,
" Aimable Vainqueur." The song
refers to the opera " Anchise," by a
composer of the name of Danchet.
f. 348.

226. " Tu viens, Cr6qui, de sauver la
Champagne," 1670 [1669]. f. 349.

227. "Rend6s vous, 6 beaut^s," 1670
[1669]. f. 350.

228. " Nous portonsdesfontanges," 1670



[1669]; air, " Le Prince d'Orange."
f. 350b.

229. "Laiss6s baiser vos filles," 1670
[1669] ; air, " Laiss6s paitre." f. 351.

230. " Croy6s vous, belle Roquelaure,"
1670 [1669]; air, "Petite Fronde."
f. 354.

231. "Vous n'av63 eu pendant votre
Jeunesse," 1670 [1669]; air, "La
Coquille." f. 355b.

232. "Par le Bruit que fit la re-
nomm^e," 1670 [1669] ; air, " Quand
I'opera." f. 356.

233. *'C'est los Balbas6s," 1670; air,
" C'est le Dieu des Eaux." f. 356b.

234. " Quand Florimond," 1670. f.357.

235. " De souper ce soir avec vous,"
1670; air, " Joconde." f. 358.

236. "Vn grand bal s'aprete," 1670;
air, " Notre Cabale." f. 360.

2.37. " Ne vous en deplaise," 1670
[1671] ; air, " Margot sur la Brune."
f. 361.

238. " Nous courons par la Campagne,"
1670 [1671]. f. 363b.

239. " Admirons, mon Compare," 1671.
f . 364b.

240. "La D'Armenonville," 1671; air,
" La Baguette." f. 365b.

241. "Vous qui m'appell6s fou," 1671.
f. 366.

242. " Si tu Contente[s] la Rambure,"
1671. f. 367b.

243. " Qui la croira, cette Strange
nouvelle," 1671. f. 368.

244. " Turenne a gagn6 le Combat,"
1671. f. 368b.

245. "Que ces bois sont beaux," 1671;
air, " Les Rochelois." f. 372b.

246. " II faut renoncer a I'amour,"
1671 ; same air. f . 374b.

247. "HoUandois, votre Cas va mal,"
1672 ; air, " Le Confiteor." f. 376.

248. " La Chaise est toujours Con-
fesseur," 1672 [1671]; air, "Lam-
pons." f. 380.

249. "Vit on de Nimphe plus gen-
tille," 1672; air, "La Coquille."
f. 380b.

250. " On dit que Bosuvron," 1672 ; air,
" Laisses paitre." f. 381b.

251. "La Chaise a dit," 1672 [1673];
air, "Vous m'entend6s bien." On
Jean Baptiste Lully. f. 384.

252. " L'arri^re-ban est commend^,"



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1672 [1674]; air, " A la venue de
Noel." f. 385b.

253. "Au Bal de Mademoiselle," 1673
[1675] ; air, " Doquin disoit." f. 386b.

254. " En hyvers I'abb^ de Grammont,"

1673 [1675]; air, " Daye dan daye."
f. 387b.

255. " Boileau soutient dans ses ecrits,"
1676 [1675]; air, "Le Confiteor."
f. 391.

256. " Reveilli^s vous, belle endormie,"
1676. f. 392b.

257. " Depuis Janvier," 1676 ; air, " Les
Rochelois." f. 394.

258. "Le Marechal de Luxembourg,"
1676 ; air, " Le Confiteor." f. 395.

259. "Pourquoy, severe President,"
1676 ; air, " Joconde." f. 396.

260. "Eut on cru que la Barentin,"
1676 ; air, "Jean de Vert." f. 398.

261. " Sus, Francois, qu'ou se range,"
1676. f. 399b.

262. "Que cea grands donneurs d'Eau
benite," 1676; air, "J'entends d6ja
le bruit des armes" (different tune in
King's MS. 331). f. 400b.

263. " Luxembourg marche," 1676 ; air,
" N'auray-je jamais un amant."
f. 401b.

264. "Paix, Salins," 1676; air, "Les
folies d'Espagne." f. 403.

265. " Conty d'abord," 1676 ; air, " Vous
qui vous mocqu^s." f. 404.

266. " Dites nous, ma ch^re Tam-
bonne," 1677 ; air, " Le Cap de Bonne
Esperance." f. 404b.

267. "On dit que de la Couronne,"
1677; air, " Les Charivarys." f.411b.

268. "J'entends d6ja le bruit," 1778 (sc.
1678). f. 412b.

269. "Vieille Quintin, 1678 [1679]:
air, " Adieu, paniers." f. 413.

270. " Quand on rosse Varenge villa,"
1678 ; air, " Petite Fronde." f. 413b.

271. "Notre archeveque de Paris"
(different from no. 168), 1679; air,
" Vous m'entendez Men " f . 414b.

272. "Ch6m6rault dit," 1679; air, "Le
branle de Metz." f. 416.

273. " Venant de Versailles," 1680 ; air,
"Lanterlu." f. 419.

274. "Ne frequentons point le Devin,"
1680 ; air, "Joconde." f. 420.

275. "AUons a la feste," 1681; air,
" Notre Caballe." f . 420b.



276. " Voir dans I'amoureux Combat,"
1681 [1682] ; air, " Les Feiiillan-
tines." f. 423b.

277. "Vn Pr61at la rend folle," 1681
[1682]; air, "Lesflonflon." f. 424b.

278. "Prend ton Tambour," 1681; air,
"Provenpal." f. 425b.

279. "Quitt^s la grande ville," 1681;
air, " Laiss6s paitre." f. 426.

280. "Villeroy,jecoufesse,"1681; same
air. f. 427.

281. "On n'a jamais vu dans Paris,"
1682; air, " Laire la." f. 427b.

282. " Or nous dites, Duchesse," 1682 ;
air, " Or nous dites, Marie." f. 429.

283. "Louis est a Fontainebleau," 1682 ;
air, " Les Rochelois." f. 429b.

284. "Pour bien dlever vos Enfans,"
1683 ; air, " Le Confiteor." f.431b.

285. "C'est une jeune fille," 1683; air,
" Griselidis." f. 4.32b.

286. " D'ou vient, cbers Cabalistes,"
1683 [1684]; air, "Or nous dites,
Marie." f. 437.

287. "Les Maris qu'on met en Chan-
son," 1684; air, "Les Rochelois."
f . 439.

288. "Depuis qu'en Italie," 1684; air,
" Le Prince d'Orange." f. 440.

289. "Les Colbert," 1685 [1684]; air,
" Petite Fronde." f.442.

290. "Le Gobin de Luxembourg," 1686
[1687] ; air, " Va t'en voir s'ils vien-
nent." f. 442b.

291. "Seras toujours eprise," 1687; air,
" Je ne spaurois." f. 443.

292. "Juge, quitte ta place," 1687.
f . 444.

293. "II ne paroit rien," 1687: air,
"Grimaudin." f. 445.

294. "Si Luxembourg aux Ennemis,"
1687; air, "Quand je quitteray."
f . 446.

295. "Tais^s vous, Boileau," 1688
[1687]. f. 446b.

296. " A la Cour quel malheur," 1688 ;
air, " Zon Zon." f. 447.

297. "Montgont dit en soupirant,"
1688; air, "Ma m^re, mari^s moy."
f. 448.

298. " Le Roy Jacques est deposs6d6,"
1688; air, " Landerirette." f. 449.

299. "Montgond, La Mothe, et Sou-
ternon," 1688; air, " Le Conditor."
f. 449b.



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535



300. "Potpour[r]y par le Marquis
d'Heudicourt . , . sur le Pr6vost de
Sourches, 1688 " ; beg. " Quoy ! Sans
cesse." f. 450.

301. " Messieurs, voicy des Couteaux,"
1688 ; air, " Tic et taque." f. 450b.

302. "Or dcout^s, petits et grands,"
1688 : air, " Le Conditor." f. 451b.

303. " Bour[r]u Jans^niste," 1688; air,
"Lanturlu." f . 453.

304. "Pourquoy, chagrine Saintet^,"
1688 ; air, " Jocoude." f . 455b.

305. "Quand je veux rimer a Guil-
laume," 1688; air, " Petite Fronde."
f . 456b.

306. " Saint Ruth, Chalais," 1688 ; air,
" Les Rochelois." f. 457b.

307. "Dechir^s vos Cornettes," 1688;
air, " Ronde du ' Concert ridicule.' "
f . 459.

308. "Ah, que Monseigneur est charm-
ant," 1688 ; air, " Ronde." f. 459b.

309. "Ilssont a bas, les pauures Moli-
nistes," 1688; air, "Ton relonton."
f . 460b.

310. "Vous que je chante," 1688.
f. 461b.

311. "Goutons les plaisirs d'amour,"
1688 ; air, " Le Jardinier." f. 463b.

312. "Pour donner le Bal a Waldek,"
1688. f . 464b.

313. "Duras, ce grand Capitaine," 1688;
air, " Le Branle de Metz." f. 4G5b.

314. "Pour un Ministre des plus



grands," 1688; air, "Jean de Vert."
f . 466b.

315. "Terrat se dit de quality," 1688;
air, "Les Rochelois." f. 470b.

316. " Pr61ats, Abb^s, pr^par^s vous,"
1689; air, " Tranquilles Coeurs."
f . 472.

317. " Tres pieux Monarque de France,"
1689 ; air, " Petite Fronde." f. 474.

318. "Pour faire enrager Chamilly,"
1689 ; air, " Joconde." f. 475.

319. " D'alluy s'en va dans Orleans,"

1689 ; air, " Le Confiteor." f. 475b.

320. " Profit6s mieux. Monsieur Col-
bert," 1689; air, "Les Rochelois."
f. 476b.

321. " Colbert prendra dans I'Ecosse,"
1689; air, " Le Cap de bonne Esp6-
rance." f. 478.

322. " Pour briller sur la sc^ne," 1689;
air, " Les Flons, Flons." f. 478b.

323. " Valdek se bat a merveille," 1689
[1690]; air, "Le Branle de Metz."
f . 480b.

324. " Luxembourg, Catinat," 1689
[1690] ; air, "Les Cloches." f. 482. '

325. " Cet homme 6toit Italien " [1690] ;
air, " Alleluya." f. 482b.

326. "Nous allons, femmes et filles,"

1690 ; air, " Les Ramoneurs." f. 483.

327. "Quand on vous deffit " (sic), 1690 ;
air, " Morgu[i]enne de vous." f. 485.

328. "A Cologne, dans les Chapitres,"
1690 ; air, "Petite Fronde." f. 487b.



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1. "A Colbert le Luxurieux," 1690;
air, " Joconde." f. 2.

2. "Maurice disoit a Louvois," 1690;
air, " Le Confiteor." f . 5.

3. "Monsieur le Pr6vost des march-
ands," 1690; air, "Les Rochelois,"
f.7.

4. "Le Due de Savoye," 1690; same
air. f. 9.

5. "Quand Valdek apercjut I'arm^e,"
1690 ; air, ' ' Pierre Bagnolet." f . 9b.

6. "Voulez vous 6viter," 1690; air,
" Jean de Vert." f. lib.

7. " ciel, quel est notre malheur,"
1690 ; air, " H^las, brunette," or
"Tout est perdu, mes amis." f. 13.

8. "Trois fripons," 1690. f. 14.

9. " Devant Vienne," 1690. f . 15.



10. "Dieux, quelle difference," 1690.
f. 16b.

11. "Duras dans sa Chaise," 1691.
f. 16.

12. "Duras dit, fi6s vous a moy,"
1691 ; air, "Les triolets." f. 16b.

13. " Partons, mes chers amis," 1691.
f.l7.

14. "Si Caunis a seu se deffendre,"
1691 ; air, " Quand Iris prend plaisir
a boire." f. 17b.

15. "L'onapar icy fait bruit," 1691;
air, "Lampons." f. 18.

16. "Or 6cout6s la belle histoire,"
1691; air, "R6veill6s vous, beUe."
f . 18b.

17. " Quand on voit cette rouge trogne , ' '
1692 ; air, " Petite Fronde." f. 23.



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18. " Si tu n'as pas," 1692 ; air, " Tran-
quilles Coeurs." f. 24.

19. "Pourvu que ma Silvie," 1692;
air, " Plonfion." f . 24b.

20. "Ma foy, Nassau," 1692; air, " Jo-
conde." f. 28.

21. " Gouverneur, vous avi^s grand
tort " : described as " Dialogue entre
le Prince d' Orange et le Comte
de Barban9on," 1692 ; same air.
f . 29b.

22. "Louis, disoit on, estoit vieux,"
1692 ; air, " Le Confiteor." f. 31b.

23. "Flamans, a votre Secours," 1692;
air, " De Monpot je vous en repond."
f.33.

24. "Bergers et berg^res," 1692; air,
"Ronde." f. 36b.

25. "Calvin outr6," 1692; air, " Les
folies d'Espagne." f. 39.

26. "Pour etre des fermes du Roy,"

1692 ; air, " Joconde." f. 39b.

27. "Messieurs, vous av6s la Loub^re,"

1693 ; air, "Petite Fronde." f. 40.

28. "Monsieur de Vendome," 1693;
air, " La Pelle." f.41.

29. " C'est notre premier President,"
1693 ; air, "Les Rochelois." f. 41b.

30. "Personne en ce pais-cy," 1693;
air, " De Monpot." f . 44.

31. "N'as tu pas vu ce h6ros," 1693
[1694] ; air, " Voicyle jour solennel."
f. 46b.

82. "Repren^s le President," 1694.
f. 51b.

33. "L'incorrigible Capistron," 1694;
air, "Le Confiteor." f. 52.

34. "Grand Roy, par ces revers,"
1695 ; air, " Petite Fronde." f. 54.

35. " Favoris du Parnasse," 1695. f.55.

36. "Guillaume s'en va," 1695; air,
" Bergers et Bergeres." f. 57.

37. "Quand sur I'Ada," 1695; air,
" Les Rocbelois." f . 60.

88. "Ge n'est pas la mine," 1695; air,
"Lanturelu." f.61.

39. " Ecout6s, grands et petits," 1695 ;
air, "Noel." f, 61b.

40. "Non, ce n'6toit que par I'Ep^e,"
1696. f. 64.

41. "Quand Charles Sept," 1695; air,
"Joconde." f. 65.

42. "La prudence de Villeroy," 1695;
air, "Que j'estime mon cher voisin."
f . 65b.



43. " L'amour me presse," 1695; air,
" Mayeux de Bretagne." f. 66.

44. "Tant que vous futes libertin,"
1695 ; air, " Landerirette." f. 67b.

45. "Quand Villeroy vit les Soldats,"

1695 ; air, " Le Confiteor." f. 68.

46. "Dedans Bordeaux," 1695; air,
"Lonla." f.69.

47. " On va faire des mar^chaux," 1695 ;
air, " Jean de Vert." f.70b.

48. " Qu'auroit fait Noyon," 1696 ; air,
" Le Confiteor." f.72b.

49. "II me ressouviens" {sic), 1696;
air, "Morguienne de vous." f. 75.

50. "Villeroy, malgr6 les Gazettes,"
1696; air, " Adieu, paniers." f . 75b.

51 . " On dit partout que la Paix," 1696 ;
air, " La m^disance." f. 76.

52. "Le Mar^chal dit a Guiscard,"
1696 ; air, " Le Confiteor." f . 76b.

53. "Grand Medina Sidonia," 1696;
air, " Joconde." f. 77.

54. "Pour bien chommer la fete,"

1696 ; air, "Don don." f. 78.

55. " Lorsque le beau Chevalier,"
169[6?] ; air, " Jardinier, ne vois tu
pas." f. 107b.

56. "Vous av6s tort, Monsieur," 1697
[1696] ; air, " Petite Fronde." f. 108b.

57. " Princesse, en perdant vos appas,"

1696 ; air, " Joconde." f . 109.

58. "Grand Louvois," 1696; air, "Le
Confiteor." f. 110b.

59. "Quand on eut ap[p]ris," 1696;
air, " R6veill6s vous." f. 111b.

60. " Soyes enfin la bien venue," 1696 ;
same air. f. 116.

61. "0 Messager fidelle," 1696; air,
"Or nous dites, Marie." f. 116b.

62. " Ne disons mot de Villeroy," 1696 ;
air, "Lampons." f. 119.

63. "D'Harlay, Cailli^re et Crdcy,"
1696; air, "Ronde." f. 120.

64. "D'Harlay, Cr6cy, et Cailli^re,"

1697 ; air, " Charivary." f. 121.

65. " Ce n'est pas la Taille charmante,"
1697 ; air, " Petite Fronde." f. 122.

66. " Est il un Poete," 1697; air,
"Joconde." f. 122b.

67. "La Tour, ce grand Directeur,"
1697 ; air, " Robin Turelure." f. 123.

68. "Richelieu, vous voul6s plaire,"
1697 ; air, " Branle de Metz." f. 126.

69. "On dedaigne k la Cour," 1697
[1698]. f. 128b.



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70. "Au Dauphin irrit6," 1697 [1698].
f. 129.

71. "Sire, voire bonue ville," 1697
[1698]; air, " Le cap de bonne
Esperance." f. 129b.

72. " La Montauban," 1697 [1698] ; air,
"Joconde." f. 130.

73. " Ta Cour, est il vray," 1697 [1699].
f. 131.

74. "L'Eternel va sous ta loy," 1697
[1699]; air, "La bonne avanture."
f. 131b.

75. "Quelle (sic) est grasse,"1697 [1699] ;
air, " Prend, ma Philis." f. 132b.

76. "On dit que le Parlement," 1697
[1699]; air, " C'est la pure verity."
f. 133.

77. " On voit dans la Rue," 1698. f. 135.

78. " Le Marquis de La Lande," 1698 ;
air, " H^las, la pauvre fiUe." f. 135b.

79. " D'Harlay, de Crecy, de Cailliere,"

1698 ; air, " Petite Fronde." f. 136.

80. " Pourquoy,chers amis, "1699; air,
"Joconde." f. 136b.

81. "Mon Dieu, que le monde est



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