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malin," 1699; air, " Le Gonfiteor."
f. 137.

82. "Racine, cet homme excellent,"
1699 ; air, " Les Rochelois." f. 139.

83. " Qu'au Roy chacun rende grace,"
1699; air, " Le cap de bonne Espe-
rance." f. 141b.

84. ' ' La Ferte, tu fais bien la farouche,"

1699 [1697]; air unnamed ["Si
d'unefievre"]. f. 143.

85. " Notre archeveque nouveau,"
1699 ; air, " Robin Turelure."
f. 143b.

86. "Du Comte d'Hostimplon," 1699;
air, " Ne m'entend^s vous pas."
f . 145b.

87. "0 Mars, que veux tu," 1699.
f. 150.

88. "On croyoit tout mort," 1699.
f. 150b.

89. " Prince flamand," 1699. f. 151.

90. " Qu'il chante Campra" (sc. Andr6
Campra, the composer), 1699; air,
" Aimable Vainqueur." f. 151b.

91. " Le bout de m"' D'Argenson," 1699 ;
air, " Les triolets." f. 153.

92. "Chamillard veut," 1699 [1700];
air, "Ah, que la paresseuse automne."
f. 153b.

93. "On dit que Phoebus," 1700; air,



"Joconde." On Gampra's opera,
"H6sionne." f. 154.

94. " Goeslin, tu ne t'y prends pas mal,"
1700 ; same air. f. 156b.

95. " Rapatat dans son manoir," 1700;
air, " La bonne aventure." f. 158.

96. " Vaine et sotte," 1700 ; air, "Petite
Fronde." f . 158b.

97. " Grand Roy, veux tu que tes
Edits," 1700; air, "Le Gonfiteor,"
f. 160b.

98. "Gertaine Princesse," 1700; air,
" Les Rochelois." f. 162.

99. " Le Chevalier de Ghatillon," 1700 ;
air, " Lairelanlaire." f. 163.

100. "Le Sieur Dancourt," 1700 ; air,
"La bonne aventure." f. 166b.

101. "Que dit on de mon Op^ra" [sc.
"Thisbe," by — Danchet),1700 ; air,
"Oil s'en -vont ces guays Bergers."
f. 167.

102. " On dit que le premier des foux,"
1700. f. 167b.

103. "On dit que Monsieur de Man-
toue," 1700. f. 169b.

104. " Le Fils de Gabrielle," 1700; air,
" Charmante Gabrielle." f. 170.

105. "Sous le Regno de Louis," 1700;
air, " Robin turelure." f. 170b.

106. "A la fin la mort I'a mordu,"
1700; air, "Biriby." f. 171.

107. "De Caumartin I'arrogante Se-
quelle." 1700 [1701]; air, "Mais."
f. 172b.

108. "Peuples, ven^s 6couter," 1700;
air, " Voicy le jour Solemnel." f. 173.

109. ' ' Dieu, protecteur de ce Royaume,"
1700 [1701]; air, "Petite Fronde."
f. 177b.

110. " Princesse, le monde est surpris,"
1700 ; air, " Joconde." f. 178b,

111. "Le soldat d'ltalie," 1700 [1701],
f. 179.

112. " Monsieur Laurent," 1700 [1701] ;
air, " reguingu6." f. 179b.

113. "Suzanne dans le Bain," 1700;
air, " L'amour nuit et jour." f. 182.

114. "Deux bons peres," 1700; air,
" Et bon, bon ! Que le vin est bon."
f . 182b.

115. "Mon pere, j'entends dire," 1700
[1701] ; air, " Or nous dites, Marie."
f . 183.

116. "Or 6cout6s, noble assistance,"
1701 ; air, "Pierre Bagnolet." f. 187.



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117. "Vn Jour qu'il ne faisait pas
beau," 1701; air, " Les pendus."
f. 190.

118. "Pour avoir au Dieu de I'ainour,"

1701 [1702] ; air, " Joconde." f. 192b.

119. "Heureux Cbamillart," 1702 ; air,
" Aimable Vainqueur." f. 202.

120. " J'etions (sic) tous tristes," 1702;
air, " Les Pell^rins." f. 203.

121. " Si Perrault vouloit avouer,"
1702; air, "Joconde." f. 204b.

122. " L' Arcliiduc se met en campagne,"
1702; air, " Quand Iris prend plaisir."
f. 205b.

123. "Malgr6 tous vos grands projets,"
1702; air, " Robin Turelure." f . 206.

124. "Ainsy, quoiqu'on en puisse
dire," 1702; air, " Petitte Fronde."
f . 206b.

125. "Ne charges pas tant ce Bar-
deau," 1702; air, "Le Confiteor."
f . 207.

126. "Hollandois, vous voulez," 1702;
air, "Les Rochelois." f. 207b.

127. "D^s que la riche flotte," 1702;
air, " Les Bourgeois de Chatres."
f. 208b.

128. " Au S' Jour du grand Vendredy,"
1702; air, "Les Triolets." f. 214b.

129. "Mes amis veuleut," 1702; air,
" Branle de Metz." f . 216b.

130. "Oui, je tiens la Cbose certaine,"
1702; air, "Petitte Fronde." f. 218b.

131. " On a pris notre G6n6ral," 1702 ;
air, " Joconde." f. 219b.

132. " Or ecout^s, braves Francois,"

1702 ; air, " Le Confiteor." f. 221b.

133. "Villeroi, dans votre malheur,"
1702 ; air, " Les Rochelois." f. 225.

134. "Eugene 6tant arrive," 1702 ; air,
" Robin Turelure." f. 227b,

135. " Notre G6n6ral," 1702 ; air,
"Aimable Vainqueur." f. 229.

136. "En nous enlevant ViUeroy,"
1702 ; air, " Les Triolets." f. 231.

137. " Le Prince Eugene, dit on," 1702 ;
air, " Les Lampons." f. 236.

138. "II etoit dans les destinies," 1702 ;
air, " Quand Jris." f. 238b.

139. "Que dit Louis," 1702 ; air, " re-
guingu^." f . 239.

140. " Eugene sert I'Empereur," 1702 ;
air, ' La Medisance." f. 240.

141. "Par un attentat," 1702; air,
" Landerirette." f. 241,



142. " Quand ce fameux g6n6ral," 1702 ;
air, " La Bonnaventure." f. 243.

143. "Voicy les Francois," 1702; air,
" Voicy les Dragons." f. 244b.

144. " Sacredi6 ! La nouvelle est
bonne," 1702; air, "R^veillez vous."
f. 245.

145. "Pendant cette nuit," 1702 ; air,
" L'autre nuit j'apper(?us." f. 246.

146. "Lemar^chal de Catinat," 1702;
air, " Vous m'entendez bien." f . 246b,

147. "La Tete tourne au Prince
Eugene," 1702; air, "Pierre Bagno-
let." f. 248.

148. " Partout j'entends les Grivois,"
1702 ; air, " Lampons." f . 248b.

149. "Eugene a pris Villeroy," 1702;
air, " Joseph est bien Marie." f. 250b.

150. "Eugtee va expres prendre
Cremone," 1702; air, "Mais."
f. 251.

151. "Villeroy dedans Cremone," 1702 ;
air, " Le Charivary." f. 251b.

152. "Eugene a manqu6 de foy," 1702 ;
air, " Le Jardinier." f. 253.

153. "Que va faire dans ce Clocher,"

1702 ; air, " Biriby." f. 253b,

154. "Villeroy, le Prince Eugene,"
1702; air, " Branle de Metz." f . 257.

155. "Eugene pendant la nuit," 1702;
air, "Lonla." f . 258.

156. " Que Marly toujours I'occupe,"
1702; air, "Pourvu que j'aye du
vin." f.259.

157. "Qu'esp6rez vous," 1703 [1704];
air, " Joconde." f.260,

158. "A vous. Messieurs les gros fer-
miers," 1703 ; same air. f . 260b,

159. "Notre Cousin, le Savoyard,"

1703 ; same air, f. 263.

160. "Les Partisans sont aujourdhui,"
1703 ; same air. f . 263b.

161. "Vn vieux Gentilhomme," 1703;
same air. f. 265.

162. "Que Villars soit un fanfaron,"
1703 ; same air. f . 265b.

163. "Que le petit Due," 1703; air,
" Petitte Fronde." f. 266.

164. "Pourquoi, grand Due," 1703;
air, "Mais." f. 267b.

165. "Votre Ordre militaire," 1703;
air, " Or nous dittes, Marie." f. 268b.

166. " DuNormand abb6 de S' Pierre,"
1703; air, " R^veillez vous." f. 269.

167. " Le Savoyard par trahison," 1703



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[1700] ; air, "Vousni'entendez bien."
f. 270b.

168. " Ramoneurs que I'indigence,"
1703; air, "Les Ramoneurs." f. 271b.

169. "Parmy cette troupe," 1703; air,
" Petitte Fronde." f. 275b.

170. "Notre Roy Ludovicus," 1703;
air, " Ou s'en vont ces gais Bergers."
f . 277.

171. "Dis moi, cher Cartigny," 1703.
f. 277b.

172. " De I'objet le plus bizarre," 1703 ;
air, " Branle de Metz." f. 278b.

178. "De CcBuvre au lit," 1704; air,
"La Bonne aventure." f. 281b.

174. " CcEuvre sur la plaine," 1704 ; air,
" Petitte Fronde." f. 282b.

175. "De Goeuvre, ce grand g6n6ral,"
1704 ; air, " Les Rochelois. f.284b.

176. "Goeuvre a vogue sur la Cote
d'Affrique,"1704; air, "Mais." f.286.

177. "L'amitie du Roy," 1704; air,
" Les Triolets." f. 286b.

178. ' ' Au milieu de tant de Conquetes,"
1704 ; air, " Quand Iris." f. 287.

179. "Le grand Mar^chal de Tallard,"
1704 ; air, " Biriby." f. 287b.

180. "Mes amis veulent pour rire,"
1704 ; air, ' ' Branle de Metz." f . 291.

181. "Le Gendre du grand h^ros,"
1704 ; air, " Voicy le Jour solemnel."
f. 293.

182. " Quand je fus marine," 1704 ; air,
" Les Bourgeois de Ghatres." f. 295.

183. "Quand Joseph 6pousa Marie,"
1704; air, " R6veill6s voua." f. 295b.

184. "On ne peut plus se marier,"
1704 ; air, " Laissez paitre." f. 296b.

185. "De ton Depart," 1704; air,
"Mais." f. 297b.

186. "Le grand Due de Bretagne,"
1704; air, "Le Bois de Boulogne."
f. 298.

187. Dialogue, beg. " ^a ! Boutons has
notre fardiau," 1704; air, "Les
Fanatiques." f. 300b.

188. " Que fait la Gouvernante," 1704 ;
air, " Or nous dittes, Marie." f . 303b.

189. "L'Ecriteau devant," 1704; air,
"Ronde." f.305.

190. " Malbourough, fier de la fortune,"
1705; air, "Quand Iris." f.306.

191. "Vive de la France le sang
pr6cieux," 1705 ; air, " Lanturelu."
The words of the first two verses



appear to date from 1688 (see King's
MS. 331, f. 130b). f.307.

192. " Paul P61isson," 1705. f. 308b.

193. "Je ne m'appelle point Rohan,"
1705. f . 309.

194. " Dans ce palais enchants," 1705 ;
air, "Jardinier, ne vols tu pas." f. 310.

195. "Princesse,quiattaqu6stoujours,"
1705; air, "Que j'estime mon cher
voisin." f.310b.

196. " On entend en tons lieux," 1705 ;
air, " Joconde." f . 311b.

197. "Massillon, ton cas va fort mal,"
1705 ; same air. f. 312b.

198. "S(?avezvous qui, "1705; air, " Le
Confiteor." f. 314b.

199. " Dans le cours de mon hymende,"
1705 ; air, "Petitte Fronde." f . 315b.

200. " Nous versames," 1705; air, " Jar-
dinier, ne vois tu pas." f. 316b.

201. "Notre grand Roy," 1705; air,
" Ton relon ton." f. 318b.

202. "La M6nardeaux," 1705; same
air. f . 319b.

203. "Ilaconquis,"1705; air, "Mais."
f. 322.

204. "Si le Roy pr^fere Turen[n]e,"
1705 ; air, " Quand I'hyver a glace."
f. 323b.

205. "Lorsque le Dieu Mars," 1705;
air, "Quand le p6ril est agr^able."
f. 324b.

206. "Le fameux h^ros," 1705; air,
" Guillot est mon amy." f. 325b.

207. " Tous les marchands," 1705 ; air,
"Riveillez vous." f.326.

208. " Vous avez, vieille Princesse,"
1705; air, " Le Branle de Metz."
f. 326b.

209. " Le bon p^re de la Ghaise," 1705 ;
f . 327.

210. " Fanchon porte le Dieu du vin,"
1705. f . 327b.

211. "Ecout6s, gens de Montpellier,"
1705 ; air, " Les Rochelois." f. 328.

212. "Petit homme vain," 1705. f.328b.

213. " Quand on voit ce gargon," 1705 ;
air, " Petitte Fronde." f. 329.

214. " Haguenau est done aux abois,"
1705 ; air, " Biriby." f. 329b.

215. " Politique Massillon," 1705 ; air,
" Robin Turelure." f. 335b.

216. " Apres avoir tat6 du Galcul in-
tegral," 1705. f. 336.

217. "Monsieur le Due de Luxem-



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bourg," 1705; air, "Les triolets."
f. 337.

218. "SurleRhin,"1705; air, "Quand
le P^ril." f. 338.

219. " Des bout6s de notre Monarque,"
1705 ; air, " Petite Fronde." f. 338b.

220. "Venez, adorable Cond6," 1705;
air, " Joconde." f.341.

221. "Si c'est la Crainte," 1705; air,
" Le Confiteor." f. 343b.

222. "Dans ta belle Epitre," 1705;
air, " Margot sur la Brune." f. 345b.

223. " Apres tout pourquoi s'6tonner,"

1705 ; air, " Le Confiteor." f. 346.

224. "L'est elle ou ne Test elle pas,"
1705 ; same air. f. 347b.

225. "Gens de Cour," 1705; air, " Oii
etes vous all6s." f. 350.

226. " Revenez, grand monarque," 1705;
air, " Or nous dites, Marie." f. 351b.

227. " Gens du bel air," 1705. f. 352b.

228. "D'uu tein[t] brun," 1705; air,
" Qu'il est doux." f. 353b.

229. " Chez mon Cadet de fr^re," 1705.
f. 354b.

230. " Que Ton Spouse," 1705 [1667] ;
air, " Joconde. f. 355.

231. " Tous nos souhaits, 1705; air,
" Les Rochelois." f. 355b.

232. "A la Tourbes" [1705-1706?].
f . 356b.

233. "Que sans 6gard," 1706; air,
" Petitte Fronde." f. 357.

234. "Vous en donnez," 1706; same
air. f. 357b.

235. "Courage, moncher d'Aubusson,"

1706 ; air, " Joconde." f. 359.

236. " D'Alcionne," 1706; same air.
On M. Marais' Opera of that name,
f . 360b.

237. " Sainte Hermine," 1706 ; air,
" Belle Brune." f. 362.

238. " Villeroy, Tallard et Tess6," 1706 ;
air, "Confiteor." f . 362b.

289. " Le Proverbe a grande raison,"
1706 ; air, " Biriby." f. 365b.

240. " Dittesnous qu'elle (sic) opinion,"
1706 ; same air. On the Opera
" Omphale," by [A. C] Destouches
[1701?]. f. 366.

241. "Cher Camarade," 1706; same
air. f. 368.

242. "Noailles, Prelat habile," 1706;
air, "Les Bourgeois de Chatres."
f . 369.



243. "Les Petits P^res Augustins,"
1706 ; air, " Le bon branle." f. 371.

244. " L'Ant6christ_arrive," 1706 ; same
air. f. 375.

245. "Adorable divinity," 1706; same
air. f. 376b.

246. "Quel spectacle nouveau," 1706;
air unnamed (different from that in
King's MS. 333, f. 65b). f. 382.

247. " La Sourdis," 1706. f. 383.

248. "Le Roy de France est bien
puissant," 1706 ; air, " Landerirette."
f. 383b.

249. "Th6obon se d^sesp^re," 1706.
f. 384.

250. "Ligni^re.cefameuximpie," 1706;
air, " Quand le p6ril." f. 384b.

251. " La Princesse de mes fesses,"
1706. f. 385.

252. " Moins politique," 1706. f. 387.

253. " Terrat fait mal," 1706. f. 388.

254. " La Jonquille," 1706 ; air, "Adieu,
paniers." f. 388b.

255. "Arrest6s done, brave Marquis,"
1706 ; air, " Les Rochelois." f. 389.

256. "Chacunparle,"1706; air, "Robin
Turelure." f. 389b.

257. "Je quitte Rome," 1706; air,
" Laire la." f. 391b.

258. "Nassau, vous avez la victoire,"
1706 ; air, " Petitte Fronde." f. 392.

259. "Que craignez vous," 1706; air,
" Sommes nous pas trop heureux."
f . 392b.

260. "Pourquoi, grand Prince," 1706;
air, " Je veux qu'on sonne." f. 393.

261. " Le Prince d'Orange Nassau,"
1706 ; air, " Marche du Prince d'O-
range." f. 394.

262. "Pour Guillaumele Conqu6rant,"
1706 ; air, " Les Triolets." f. 395.

263. " Si Boufflers jamais ne som-
meille," 1706 ; air, " Petitte Fronde."
f. 395b.

264. " Le bonheur qui t'accompagne,"
1706; air, " Je ne s^aurois." f. 396.

265. " Je ne m'etonne nuUement,"
1706; air, " Les Rochelois." f . 396b,

266. ' ' De Foix a quarente (sic) cinq ans,"
1706; air, "Joconde." f. 397.

267. "Luxembourg pour tracasser,"
1706 ; air, " Voicy le jour solemnel."
f . 397b.

268. "Monsieur le premier president,"
1706 ; air, " Laire la." f. 398b.



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541



269. "D'Epinois, ce laid Magot," 1706.
f . 400.

270. " De la troisi^me race," 1706; air,
" d'Amisodart," as in vol. i, f . 369b
(above, p. 273). f. 400b.

271. " L'archeveque, a ce qu'on dit,"
1706 ; air, "La M^disance." f. 406.

272. "Tant que Canillac sut du Men,"
1706; air, "Le Confiteor." f . 407b.

273. "Quand je vois la Vaubecourt,"
1706 ; air, " Souvenez vous en." f. 408.

274. " La Montbazon," 1706 ; air,
' ' R6veiUez vous." f . 408b.

275. "Ah, que j'aime le frere," 1706;
air, " Petitte Fronde." f. 410b.

276. "La Rue a fait un beau pan6-
girique," 1706 ; air, "Mais." f.411.

277. "Le Gros et gras Reims," 1706;
air " Le Confiteor." f. 412.

278. "La Cour n'a plus le gout si fin,"
1706 ; air, " Les Triolets." f. 413.

279. " La Chamilly," 1706. f . 413b.

280. " La Pouss6," 1706. f . 414.

281. "De Mars tu porte[s] le visage,"
1706 ; air, "Petite Fronde." f. 414b.

282. "L'on dit que la Montaubant,"
1706 ; air, " La M^disance." f.415.

283. "Martinet est insupportable,"
1706 ; air, " Quand le p6ril." f. 416.

284. "Deux auteurs," 1706; air,
" R6veillez vous." f . 416b.

285. "Notre Pape est Napolitain,"

1706 ; air, " Le Confiteor." f. 417.

286. "Votre nom, belle S' Quintin,"
1706; air, "Vous m'entendez bien."
f. 417b.

287. "Le Chevalier de Chaulnes,"
1706. f. 418.

288. "De Crainte du Deluge," 1706;
air, "Flon, flon." f . 419.

289. " Nangis disoit a Rambure," 1706 ;
air, "Mais." f.419b.

290. "La Grancey," 1706; air, " Lon
la." f. 420.

Egerton 816. Vol. iii.

1. "Grand Ennemy du Mardy gras,"

1707 ; air, " Les Rochelois." f. 2.

2. "La Rue a, dit on," 1707; air,
"Lairela." f.2b.

3. "Ac616brer la prouesse," 1707; air,
" Le Branle de Metz." f. 4.

4. "Monseigneur le Due d'Orl^ans,"
1707; air, "Lairela." f . 10.

5. "Victor, plein de Confiance," 1707;



291. " Moy, qui de tout fait mon profit,"
1706 ; air, " Les formulaires."
f. 420b.

292. " Harlay, ce nainistre Barbon,"
1706 ; air, " Lampons." f. 422.

293. " M^un cheque," 1706; air, "Lea
Triolets." f. 422b.

294. " Vn Magistrat fort habile," 1706 ;
air, "Le Cap de bonne Esp6rance."
f. 423.

295. " Hollandois, je ne puis souifrir,"
1706 ; air, " Joconde." f. 423b.

296. "Quand tu pris Barcelonne,"
1706. f. 424.

297. " Contre Savoye," 1706 ; air,
" Voicy le jour solemnel." f. 425.

298. ' ' De Ramilly b6nissons la deffaite,"
1706; air, "Les foliea d'Espagne."
f . 425b.

299. "Villeroy, voulant combattre,"
1706; air, "Roude." f. 426b.

300. "Savoyards allemands," 1706;
air, " Les Cloches." f. 430b.

301. "Pour faire un march6," 1706;
air, "Petitte Fronde." f. 432.

302. " Croy6s moi, disoit Roussillon,"

1706 ; air, " Joconde." f. 432b.

303. "Au Carnaval," 1707; same air.
f . 433b.

304. "Prince, sans consulter I'Enfer,"

1707 ; air, " Monsieur de la Palisse."
f . 435b.

305. "P6cheurs et gens du monde,"
1707 ; air, " gu6, lon la." f. 436.

306. " Sgavez vous bien que 1' Anti-
christ," 1707 ; air, " Biriby." f.440.

307. " Pourquoi, severe Cardinal,"
1707; air, "Le Confiteor." f . 440b.

308. "La Cascade est bien parfaite,"
1707 ; air, "Branle de Metz." f. 441b.

309. "Feras tu des sottises," 1707; air,
"Les Dondons." f . 442.

310. " Touch6 de I'Exc^s de nos maux,"
1707 ; air, " Joconde." f. 442b.



air, "Branle de Metz." f. lib.

6. "Voulez vous sgavoir I'histoire des
coquettes," 1707 ; same air. f . 16.

7. "Me voila done, dit la Dubreiiil,"
1707 ; air, " Le bon Branle." f. 20.

8. "La Savary parle," 1707; air,
"Joconde." f.22b.

9. "Le Traducteur Long[u]epierre,"
1707 ; air, " Charivary." f.24.



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10. " Malbouroug fit a Ramilly," 1707 ;
air, " Le bon Branle." f. 25b.

11. " Les tabourets de nos Duchesses,"

1707 ; air, " Petitte Fronde." f. 26.

12. "Tess6, le Fils," 1707; same air.
f.27.

13. "L'oiseux Catinat," 1707; air,
" Aimable Vainqueur." f . 27b.

14. " On dit qu'un amant jeune," 1707 ;
air, " Or dites nous." f. 28b.

15. "Tout est flamb6," 1708; air,
" Les Triolets." f. 30.

16. "De Cayeux avec Matignon,"

1708 ; air, " Le Condi tor." f. 31.

17. "Jeune Louis," 1708; air, "Mais."
f . 31b.

18. " Dieux 1 Comme le Due de Bour-
gogne," 1708; air, " Vertudienne."
f.32.

19. "Enfin, apres bien de Discours,"
1708; air, " Le Bois de Boulogne."
f . 33b.

20. "A Lisle, sur les tenaillons," 1708 ;
air, " Le bon Branle." f. 35b.

21. "Rome eut jadis deux Fabius,"
1708 ; air, " Le Confiteor." f. 36b.

22. "Le bonhomme est stupide," 1708.
f . 37b.

23. "Pour r^compenser Chamillard,"
1708 ; air, " Le Confiteor." f. 38b.

24. "Pour la centi^me fois," 1708;
air, " Ne m'entendez vous pas."
f . 40b.

25. " Qu'avez vous fait devant Toulon,"
1708; air, "Biriby." f . 43b.

26. " N'agissez pas comme Ennemis,"
1708 ; same air. f . 54b.

27. "Messieurs les Petits Peres," 1708 ;
air, " gue, Ian la." f. 56b.

28. "Tout le Canon," 1708; air,
" Petite Fronde." f. 57.

29. " Grand Prince, en qui nous avons
mis," 1708; air, " Joconde." f. 59.

30. "Partes, jeune et vaillant h6ros,"
1708 ; air, "Jean de vert." f. 61b.

31. "Mentor, on fait c6der ta voix,"
1708; air, "Biriby." f.63.

32. " Notre Prince Magot," 1708. f . 64.

33. "Pot Pour[r]y," 1708; beg. " Mes
amis veulent pour rire " ; introducing
the following new tunes : — ' ' Et allons,
ma Tourtourelle " (f . 65) ; "Pierrot
reviendra tantot " (f. 69b) ; and
"Blaise, en revenant" (f. 71b).
ff . 64b-74b.



34. "La Femme du grand g^n^ral,"
1708; air, "Biriby." f. 76.

35. "Presses votre Equipage," 1708;
air, " Laissez paitre." f. 75b.

36. "On dit que c'est la Maintenon,"
1708; air, "Biriby." f. 77b.

37. "Ah, Dieux! Quel affreux change-
ment," 1708; air, " Le Confiteor."
f.78.

38. "Quitt^s votre Camp," 1708; air,
" Les Rochelois." f. 79b.

39. "Ah, f . . .e, que vous importe,"

1708 ; air, "Le Cap de bonne Esp6r-
ance." f. 82.

40. ' ' Ah, que j'aime La Fontaine," 1708 ;
same air. f. 82b.

41. "Messieurs les Malplaquets s'en
vont," 1708; air, "Ma fiUe, je vous
aime." f.84.

42. "Ton vieil 6poux," 1708; air, "Les
Folies d'Espagne." f. Sib.

43. "Sully, Armand," 1708; air, "Le
Confiteor." 85b.

44. "Tury d'un air noir," 1708; air,
" Le bois de Boulogne." f. 86.

45. "La nuit de la Naissance," 1708;
air, " Les Bourgeois de Chatres."
f. 87.

46. "Que pr^s de Wendendal," 1708;
air, " Je le crois bien." f. 96.

47. "A Colbert, ministre habile," 1708 ;
air, "Ton humeur est, Cath^reine."
f. 100b.

48. "H61as, pauvre ChamiUard," 1709;
air, " Le bois de Boulogne." f. 101b.

49. "Que je jouerois bien au Berlan,"
1709; air, "Lairela." f. 104.

50. "Qu'est done devenu ce tems,"
1709. f. 105b.

51. "En exercjant votre vangeance,"
1709 ; air, " Petite Fronde." f. 106.

52. " Animez (sic) de I'Esprit d'Ignace,"
1709 ; air, " Quand Iris prend plaisir."
f . 108.

53. "D'Argenson, fameux General,"

1709 ; air, " Les Rochelois." f. 108b.

54. " Demarets pretend ignorer," 1709 ;
air, " Joconde." f. 112.

55. "Malgr6 toute la deffence," 1709;
air, "II faut que je file." f. 113b.

56. " Oublious tout le mal," 1709; air,
" Le bon Branle." f. 114.

57. "II faut aujourd'hui que ma muse."
1709 ; air, ' ' Le Parlemeut est a
Pontoise." f. 119.



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58. "J'ai fait une perte," 1709; same
air. f. 120b.

59. "Vn Roy par la victoire," 1709;
air, " Charmante Gabrielle." f. 121b.

60. "Que je plains Monseigneur de
Memes," 1709. f. 122b.

61. "Nos voisins dela les Monts,'
1709; air, " Robin Turelure." f . 123

62. "A la Cour ainsy qu'a la ville,'

1709 ; " Petitte Fronde." f. 124b.

63. " Choississ6s de bons G6n6raux,'
1709; air, "Le bon branle." f. 125

64. " Sans regarder derriere toy"; air
"Biriby." f. 125b.

65. " Vous me demandez des nouvelles,'
1710; air, "Reveillez vous, belle.'
f. 126.

66. "Apres le retour de Torcy," 1710
air, " Biriby." f. 128b.

67. "Que, Diable, voulez vous qu'on
fasse," 1710; air, "Petite Fronde.'
f. 132.

68. " Que Boindrin de son haut caquet,'
1710 ; air, ' ' Que I'amant qui devient.'
f. 133b.

69. "Fats, assembles chez de Villiers,"
1710 ; same air. f. 139.

70. "Au Meurtre, au Guet," 1710; air
" Le Confiteor." f . 143.

71. " Outr6 du trop libre sermon,'

1710 ; air, ' ' Joconde." f . 145.

72. " De nos Rentes pour nos pdch^s,'
1710 ; air, "Les Rochelois." f. 145b

73. "Philippes, regno en repos," 1710
air, " Le Jardinier." f. 147b.

74. " Dans le cboix de nos G6n6raux,'
1710 ; air, "Biriby." f. 148b.

75. "En Flandres nous avons dans6,'
1710; air, " Le bon branle.'
f. 151.

76. "Pour vous, Mesdames de Paris,'
1710 ; same air. f. 152.

77. "Je me mocque de Desmarets,'
1710; air, "Ma fiUe, je vous aime.'
f. 156.

78. "L'amoureux Tircis," 1710; air
"Joconde." f. 156b.

79. "Amis, saisissons nous," 1710; air
" Vous qui vous moquez." f. 157b.

80. "Si ma Philis donne au Roi,'
1710. f. 158b.

81. "Le Soir de la veille des Rois,'
1710; air, "AUeluya." f. 159b.

82. " Le Gac6 est chass6 " [1710] ; air
" Les Cloches." f. 161b.



83. " Vendome, tout couvert de gloire,"
1711 ; air, "Petite Fronde." f. 162.

84. "Amis, laissons enarriere" [1710 a]
1711; air, " Branle de Metz." f. 163b.

85. "De Villars la vie s^avez vous,"

1711 ; air, " Lonlanla derirette."
f. 164b.

86. Dialogue, beg. " Lorsque je fus
blessi^," 1711; air, " Ne m'entendez
vous pas." f. 168b.

87. "Nous allons comme au bal," 1711 ;
same air. f. 169.

88. "G'est a ce coup," 1711; air,
"Biriby." f. 170b.

89. " On voit ce h^ros nouveau," 1711 ;
air, "Voicy le jour solemnel." f.l75b.

90. "Vendome ne dort point icy"
[1711]; air, " Monsieur de la Palisse."
f. 176b.

91. "Eugene, entrant en Campagne,"
1712; air, "Prend, ma Philis." f. 177,

92. "Villars, ce n'est point votre fait,"

1712 ; air, " Le Confiteor." f. 178.

93. "II n'est plus de Capitaine," 1712;
air, " Le Charivary " ("Vive les
Gueux" in King's 333, f.54b).
f. 180.

94. " Vn jour le Prince Eugene," 1712 ;
air, "0 gu6 Ian la Ian laire." f. 181.

95. "Eugene, ta gloire," 1712: air,
" Petitte Fronde." f. 183b.

96. " Que pretends tu faire a Denain,"
1712 ; air, "Joconde." f. 184.

97. "Eugtee sous ses Etendarts,"
1712 ; air, " Ronde." f. 185b.

98. "Voulez vous scjavoir les regrets,"
1712; air, " Landerirette." f . 187.

99. "Eugene, malgr6 sa deffaite,"
1712 ; air, "Adieu, Paniers." f. 188b.

100. " Je crois que, descendu des
Cieux," 1712 ; air, " Joconde," f. 189.

101. "Monsieur I'abb^ de Polignac,"
1712 ; air, " Biriby." f. 191b.

102. " Vn general d'importance," 1712 ;
air, " Branle de Metz," f. 202.

103. ' ' Eugene, grand remply de gloire,"
1712; air, " Quand le peril est agre-
able." f.204b.

104. "Reven6s,aimableBergere," 1712;
air, "J'entends deja le bruit des
armes." f. 205.

105. " Tout portrait doit icy paroitre,"
1712 ; air, " Tout mortel." f. 207b.

106. " Helas ! J'en ay point vu," 1712 ;
air, " Les marais." f . 209.



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107. " Quel spectacle indecent," 1712;
air, " Quel spectacle charmant."
f. 211.

108. "II faut sur un ton lamentable,"



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