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f . 193b.

106. "LeBonhomme Vintimille," 1731;
air, "Le Cap de Bonne Esp6rance."
f . 194.

107. "Courts, tous, a I'Etable," 1731;
air, " Laiss^s paitre." f. 195.

108. " Pr61at, que la faim toujours
presse," 1731 ; air, " Badin^s."
f . 196b.

109. "Des miracles sans Equivoque,"
1731 ; air, " R6veill6s vous." f. 196b.

110. " Pr^s de I'innocente Cadiere,"
1731 ; air, " Comme v'la qu'est fait."
f. 197.

111. " Venez 6couter, vieux paillard,"
1731; air, "Biriby." f. 198.

112. "Non, ce n'est qu'a Toulon,"
1731; air, "Marche des Bostangis."
f. 199b.

118. "Girard consideraut," 1731; air,
" La Curiosite." f. 200.

114. "Or ecoutes avec hor[r]eur,"
1731 ; air, "Les pendus." f. 200b.

115. " Tu recevras, ma ch^re," 1731;
air, " Le Confiteor." f. 201b.

116. "Mon cher Girard," 1731; air,
"Badines." f.205.

117. "Ch6s les J^suites de Toulon,"
1731 ; air, " Les Rochelois." f. 206b.

118. "Pere Girard," 1731; air, "Du
haut en has." f. 207b.



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119. "Si le devoir," 1731; air, "Les
formulaires." f. 210b.

120. "Que S' Paris a ses malade.s,"
1731; air, " Petite fronde." f. 213.

121. "Or ecout6s, petits et grands,"
1731. f.213b.

122. "Pour un moment," 1731; air,
" Du haut en bas." f . 215.

123. "Les J6smtes, nos bons amis,"
1731 ; air, " Joconde." f . 215.

124. " Si quelque infirme," 1731 [1732] ;
air, "Les Bourgeois de Chartre."
f . 216.

125. " Vn jour la jeune Fancbon,"
1781 ; air, " Ah, qu'un amant."
f. 220.

126. "Charmantes Sceurs," 1731; air,
"Lairela." f. 221.

127. " Que deviendra done votreEglise,"
1731 [1729]; air, "Les Pellerins."
f. 222.

128. "Rien n'est de foy," 1731; air,
" Branle de Metz." f. 224b.

129. " Eh, i30urquoy done," 1731.
f. 229b.

130. "Or ecout^s, petits et grands,"
1731; air, " Les pendus." f. 232b.

131. "Or ecoutes, grands et petits,"
1731 ; same air. f . 234.

132. ' ' La Bouchu pour cent mil Ecus,"
1731 ; air, " Alleluya." f. 2.36b.

133. " Le Compliment que vous fasia"
(sic), 1731; air, "Vn visionnaire."
f. 237.

134. "Belle et charmante Reine,"
1731; air, " M. de S' Etienne." f.237b.

135. " Ven6s gouter, tendre Jeunesse,"
1731 ; air, " Les Pellerins." f. 238.

136. "Or sus, que je vous instruise,"
1731 ; air, " Branle de Metz." f. 238b.

137. "Pour S' Medard," 1731; air,
" En revenant de S' Denis." f. 241.

138. " Docteurs, accept^s done la
Bulle," 1731 ; air, " Et zon zon zon."
f. 248b.

139. " Monsieur de la Parisiere," 1731 ;
air, " Le Branle de Metz." f. 250.

140. "Paris au party fidele," 1781
[1734]; air, " Les Romoneurs " (sic).
f.251.

141. " Daguesseau ne veut point," 1731;
air, " L'allure." f. 252b.

142. " Chantons par un nouveau
Couplet," 1731 ; same air. f. 255.

143. " Le peuple est sot," 1731. f. 255b.



144. " Dans I'art de gouverner," 1731.
f . 256.

145. "Notre arch^vesque est a Con-
flans," 1731; air, "On dit que vous
av6s des rats." f. 256b.

146. " Si Villars avoit les attraits,"
1731; air, "Monsieur, en v^rit6."
f. 259.

147. "Roy n6 pour la Chasse," 1781;
air, " Laire laV' f. 259b.

148. "Certes, c'est jouer tros [sic) gros
jeu," 1731 ; air, "Les Triolets." f. 260.

149. "Tufaisla pleureuse," 1731 ; air,
" 9a que je te mette." f. 263.

150. " Grace au poete Pellegrin," 1732 ;
air, "Alleluya." f . 263b.

151. "Vous qui de I'^quitable Astr6e,"
1732 ; air, "Les Rabelais " f. 265.

152. "Themis, de tes arrets," 1732.
f. 268.

153. " Le Roy qui est votre maitre,"
1732 ; air, " Les ramoneurs." f. 268b.

154. " Le Roy, pour plaire a Fleury,"
1732; air, "La bonne avanture."
f. 269.

155. "Que le Parlement ait raison,"
1732 ; air, " Le Confiteor." f. 270.

156. "En vaccance (sic) Ton voit assis,"
1732; air, "Vous m'entend^s bien."
f . 272b.

157. "Nous ne manquerons plus,"
1732 ; air, "Les Rochelois." f. 273.

158. "En 1732"; air, " Les pendus."
f . 273b.

159. "Apreslamort du grand Louis,"
1732; air, " sur ' Leri tanlalery.' "
f. 274.

160. " Sur lesailes de la victoire," 1732.
f . 276.

161. " Petit lieutenant de police,"
1732 ; air, " Petite Fronde." f. 276b.

162. "II est encore au monde," 1732;
air, "Laisses paitre." f. 277.

168. "C'est ainsi qu'en Furie," 1732
[1734] ; air, " C'est au Jardui de ma
tante." f.278.

164. "Ce matin ches Gradot," 1732
[1734] ; air, " L'allure." f. 280.

165. "II faut vous faire part." This
and nos. 166-174 are sung to the same
tune as no. 164, and in King's MS.
335 (ff. 161b-173b) form part of that
song. f. 281.

166. " Sgais tu du Parlement." f. 282.

167. " Le Roy dit a Fleury." f. 283.



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168. " Le Pape sur velin." f. 284b.

169. " Monarque Souverain." f . 287b.

170. " Le Cardinal Blondin." f . 288b.

171. " Le Roy ne brille point." f . 289b.

172. " D'un Ministre sans Foy."
f . 290b.

173. "Plus maigre que I'infante."
f. 300b.

174. "Vous partes done demain."
f . 301b.

175. "Puisque Gesvres," 1732 [1734];
air, " Vousm'entend^sbien." f . 306b.

176. " L'on doit a Mr. Boin," 1733
[1734]; air, " Chant6s, petit Colin."
f. 307.

177. "Le Parlement est de retour,"
1733; air, " Biribi." f . .308b.

178. " On dit que le Parlement," 1733
[1734]; air, "Robin Turelure."
f . 309b.

179. "Quand le Cur6 de S' Sulpice,"
1733 [1734]; air, "Petite Fronde."
f . 311b.

180. " Ce Due, qui d'un oeil," 1733
[1734] ; same air. f . 312.

181. "D6plorons la decadence," 1733;
air, " Ay6s piti6, mesdames." f. 312b.

182. "D'un Roy prot6g6 des Cieux,"
1733 [1734]; air, "Le jardinier."
f . 314b.

183. " Pour g6n6ral de nos Combats,"
1733; air, "Les Rochelois." f. 317.

184. " Qu'un Criminel 6vite le Tr6pas,"
1733 [17.84]; air unnamed [" Voila
ce qui in'6tonne "]. f. 317.

185. " Du nouveau saint," 1733 [1734] ;
air, " Servantes, quitt^s vos paniers."
f . 321b.

186. Que Stanislas," 1733 ; air,
"Menuet du Cbar" ("Chat" in
King's MS. 337, f. 46). f. 328.

187. "Momus sur difierens Etats,"

1733 ; air, "La Montaubau." f. 324.

188. "On parle qu'un certain Robin,"
1733; air, "Biribi." f . 326.

189. "Quand on veut m^dire," 1734;
air, " Partes d'abord." f. 328b.

190. " Princesse, avec votre beaute,"
1734; air, "Servantes, quitt^s vos
paniers." f. 330b.

191. "Petits et grands, chacun va
voir," 1734; air, " L'op^ra de Cam-
pagne." f. 331.

192. " Quand I'auteur de la nature,"

1734 ; air, " Regne, amour." f. 332.



193. "O vous, belle jeunesse," 1734;
air, " Charmante Gabrielle." f. 384.

194. "Payes vos Creanciers," 1734;
air, " Quand sur le mont Ida." f . 335.

195. "Voicy I'histoire," 1734; air,
"Biribi." f . 335b.

196. " Dav^jan se moque de moy,"
1734; air, "Marche des Mousque-
taires." f. 337.

197. " Marchons, braves soldats," 1734 ;
same air. f. 337b.

198. "Fleuve rapide," 1734; air,
" Dans le bel age." f. 339.

199. "Trompettes, taises vous," 1734;
air, " Sainte Margueritte." f . 342.

200. "Berv^ick, notre bon general,"
1734; air, " Pourmonter a I'assaut."
f . 344.

201. "Que Cupidon suive partout,"
1734; air, "Voila ce qui m'etonne."
f. 347.

202. "Messieurs nos G6n6raux," 1734 ;
air, " Grand Due de Savoye." f. 848.

203. "Le feu dans son sang," 1734;
air, " Morguienne de vous." f . 349b.

204. " Epitre de la Mariette, actrice de
I'op^ra, au Prince de Carignan . . .
Pot poury," 1735 [1734], beg.
" Reviens, cher amant"; air,
" Aimable vainqueur." Included
also are : " Ah, qu'il est sage " (f. 352),
and " Ingratte, c'est sans retour "
(f.352b). fE. .351-352b.

205. " Or dcout^s, petits et grands,"
1735 [1734] ; air, " Les pendus."
f. 353.

206. " Broglie, fameux general," 1735
[1784]; air, "Joconde." f . 857b.

207. " Destin, quel est done ton
Caprice," 1735 ; air, " Petite Fronde."
f . 367.

208. " Iris dans un Couplet galland,"
1785 ; air, " Joconde." f. 367b.

209. " Messieurs les AUemands," 1735 ;
air, " Grand due de Savoye." f. 368.

210. " Messieurs vos g^n^raux," 1735 ;
same air. f. 871.

211. " Prince, est-ce pure hypocrisie,"
1735; air, "Petite fronde." f. 372b.

212. " Quand D Orleans dans sa
maison," 1735 ; air, " Les Rochelois."
f. 873.

213. "On a beau dire du mal," 1735
[1734]; air, "Les Feuillantines."
f . 373b.



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214. " Bien loin de trouver ridicule,"
1735 [1734]; air, "Petite Fronde."
f. 375.

215. " bien heureux W Paris," 1735
[1734] ; air, " II faut I'envoyer a
I'Ecole." f.376.

216. " Le digne Filsdu Herode " [1734] ;
air, " Voicy le jour solennel." f. 377.

217. " LafleurdesEnfansduParnasse,"

1735 [1734] ; air, " R6veillds vous,
belle." f . 877b.

218. "Noailles, partes," 1785 [1734];
air, " Grand Due de Savoye."
f. 380.

219. " Prince, il te faut par charity,"
1785 ; air, " Landerirette." f. 383.

220. " Trembl6s, trembles, fiers AUe-
mands," 1735 ; air, " Les triolets."
f . 385.

221. " R^gne, Mars," 1735 ; air, " Regne,
amour." f. 386.

222. "Danchetet Campra," 1735; air,
"J'ay, sans y penser." Tbis song
refers to tbe Opera " D^idamie et
Acbille," composed in tbat year by
Campra. f. 887.

223. " De la Constitution," 1735 [1734] ;
air, " Aye, aye, amye Jannette."
f . 387b.

224. " Est il mort," 1735 [1734] ; air,
" Oil s'en vont ces guays Bergerds."
f. 888.

225. " Vn Partisan des plus connus,"
1735; air, " Biriby." f. 389.

226. " L'amour sous son Etendart,"
1736 ; air, " Voila la difference."
f . 391b.

227. " La Herault dit a Savalet," 1736 ;
air, " Joconde." f . 392b.

228. " Pour un Cocu que de fracas,"

1736 ; air, " Laire la." f. 398.

229. " Qu'en tout Pais il soit des
M^nelas," 1786; air, "Voila ce qui
m'^tonne." f . 895b.

280. " Contre I'Empereur j'ay servy,"
1736; air, " Je ne s<;ay pas ecrire."
f. 896.

281. " Chauvelin, remplissant son
sceau," 1737; air, "Les pendus."
f. 396b.

232. " Le Ministre Chauuelin," 1737 ;
air, " Turlurette." f. 898.

233. " H61as, pourquoy s'etonner,"

1737 ; air, " Les Rochelois." f. 398b.

234. "Quoy! PourlaTouchedisparue,"



1787 [1736] ; air, " Les Pterins.'
f . 399.

235. "Enfin, mon amy," 1737; air,
" Biriby." f. 399b.

236. " Ce fut de Feurier le vingt," 1737
air, " Alleluya." f . 400.

237. "D'Amelot la noble prestance,'

1787 ; air, " Petite Fronde." f . 402b,

238. " Le Roy Stanislas," 1737 ; air,
"Ronde." "f . 403.

239. " Quand, priv6 des biens de la
terre," 1787 ; air, " Reveilles vous
belle." f.405b.

240. " Or 6cout6s, petits et grands,'
1737 ; air, " Les Pendus." f. 406b.

241. " Pancrace Pellegrin," 1737; air
" La Bequille." f. 417.

242. "La Reine Elisabeth," 1787
same air. f . 417b.

243. "Quevotre sort est doux," 1737
same air. f. 418.

244. " On dit que la Beaujeu," 1737
same air. f . 419b.

245. "Impromptu Goguenard," 1737
same air. This song refers to tbe
Opera "Castor et Pollux" [by J. B
Rameau, 1737]. f . 420b.

246. "Vn grave magistrat," 1737
same air. f . 423.

247. "Le procureur du Roy," 1737
same air. f. 423b.

248. " Ce n'est plus Barnabas," 1737
same air. f. 424b.

249. " Sur le S' d'aujourd'huy," 1737
same air. f. 425.

250. "Notre Monarque enfin," 1737
same air. f. 425b.

251. "La petite Moras," 1787; same
air. f . 426.

252. "Malheur a celuy qui se fonde,"

1788 ; air, " Petite Fronde." f. 426b.
258. "Or 6cout6s, petits et grands,"

1788 ; air, "Les pendus." f. 427b.

254. "J'ignore les feux que j'inspire,"
1788 ; air, " Grimaudin." f. 480.

255. "La nuit de la naissance," 1738;
air, "Les dons dons." f. 431b.

256. "Que les yeux teudres," 1738;
air, " Les Billets doux." f. 438.

257. "C'est un charmant pais," 1788 ;
air, "L'amour la nuit et le jour."
f . 488b.

258. "Etre faux," 1738; air, "Les
Rochelois." f. 446.

259. " De notre Roy pour tenter la



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VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



tendre jeunesse," 1738; air, " Du
haut en bas." f. 446b.

260. " Courtenvaux seroit ass6s aima-
ble," 1738; air, " Tu croyois, en
aimant Colette." f. 447.

261. " De I'amour le tendre Langage,"
1788 [1735]; air, "Petite Fronde."
f . 447b.

262. "Bas, fier, impertinent," 1738;
air, "La Curiosity." f. 448.

263. "En vain, Princesse," 1738; air,
" Voicy le jour solemnel." f. 448b.

264. "Mechant, escroc, et poltron,"
1738; air, "Turlurette." f . 449.

265. "L'Esprit et la Gentillesse," 1738
[1735] ; air, " Le Cap de bonne Esp6-
rance." f. 449b.

266. " Avec un tein[t] par trop fard6,"
1738; air, "On ne doit point avoir
peur." f. 450.

267. "De I'Esprit, du Talent," 1738;
air, " Les Rochelois." f. 450b.

268. "Le bon ministre de la France,"
1738 ; air, " Les P^lerins." f. 451b.

269. "Pour le Chapeau personne en
France," 1738; air, " R6veill6s vous,
belle." f. 452.

270. "Si Ton spavoit," 1738; air,
"Mais." f.452b.

271. "Le Cardinal d'Auvergne," 1738;
air, " Le Mississipy." f. 453.

272. "Avec une belle figure," 1738;
air, " Tout roule aujourd'huy."
f . 454b.

273. " Toujours pour Monsieur le
Long," 1738; air, "Les Feuillan-
tines." f . 456b.

274. "Aubry sans peine," 1738; air,
" Les Triolets." f. 457.

275. " Amy, tu crois," 1739; air, "Ma
raison s'en va." f. 458.

276. " Que n'ay je de S' Evremont,"
1739 [1737] ; air, "Joconde." In
King's MS. 337 it is sung to the air,
"Lizette est faitte pour Colin."
f. 459.

277. "Rohan, le bruit court," 1739;
air, " Les Rochelois." f. 460.

278. "Del'objet le plus parfait," 1739
[1740]; air, " Par bonheur." f. 460b.

279. " Aimable veuve," 1739 [1740] ; air,
" Les Billets doux." f. 462b.

280. "Que le Bourdelois s'evertue,"
1739; air, " R^veill^s vous, belle."
f. 463.



281. "Des fiers Autrichiens," 1740.
f. 463b.

282. "Qui sera de I'Empereur succes-
seur," 1740 [1741]; air, " Le jour
solemnel." f. 464.

283. "Cassini et Maupertuis," 1740;
air, " Voila la difference, f. 465b.

284. "Courtenvaux, tu cours a la
gloire," 1740 ; air. Petite Fronde."
f . 466.

285. "Richelieu, Mazarin, Fleury,"
1740 ; air, " Joconde." f . 466b.

286. " Quand on voit Chaulnes," 1740 ;
air, "Les Rochelois." f. 467.

287. "De la promotion," 1740. f. 467.

288. " On voit partir en diligence," 1740
[1741]; air, " Les Pellerins." f. 468b.

289. " Grand Cardinal, la voix pub-
lique," 1741. f. 469b.

290. " Sur ton imprudence," 1741 ; air,
" Reveilles vous, belle." f. 471.

291. "Fleury, pour remplir la place,"
1741 ; air, " A la Foire." f. 471b.

292. "Choisy doit etre chants," 1741;
air, " Fanfare de Dampierre." f. 472.

298. "Dans un Char," 1741; air,
"L'allure." f. 473.

294. " Quelle Deit6 dans ces lieux,"
1741; air, "Les Rochelois." f. 474.

295. " Que dit on de I'abb^ Lubrique,"
1741; air, "Petite Fronde." f . 474.

296. "Nimphe a ce Char pompeux,"
1741 [1742]; air, "La Bequille."
f. 474b.

297. "Tout le monde vous rit au n6s,"
1741; air, "Faite[s] d6crotter vos
souliers." f. 474b.

298. "Battes, tambours," 1741; air,
"MarchedesMousquetaires." f. 476b.

299. "Reine, ton sort fatal," 1741
[1743] ; air, " La Bequille." f. 477b.

300. "Contre les accidens," 1741.
f . 477b.

301. "Du Concile d'Ambrun," 1741.
f . 478.

302. " Quelle fouUe d'objets," 1741.
f. 478b.

303. "Quel siecle, juste Ciel," 1741.
f . 480b.

804. "De par la Chambre," 1741.
f. 481b.

305. " Toy, qui fais saintement le me-
tier," 1741. f. 482b.

306. "Le College de Dijon," 1741; air,
" Boire a son tour." f . 483b.



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:307. " Spectre mouvant," 1741. f.485.

308. " Fille de ces heros," 1741. f. 486.

309. "Ecout^s la relation," 1741; air,
" Biriby." f. 488b.

310. "Cygit, sous ce marbre funebre,"
1741. ' f. 490b.

-311. " L'Attila des mauvais rimeurs,"

1741. f.491.
-312. "Anglois, que I'orgueiiil (sic)

seul," 1741. f. 492.
-313. "Le grand Vernon," 1741; air,

"Mais." f. 492b.

314. "Messieurs, ouvr^s bien les yeux,"
1741 ; air, "Les triolets." f. 493.

315. "Qu'ou est a plaiudre," 1741
[1743] ; air, "Les Rochelois." f. 496b.

-316. "Du Turc I'ambassadeur," 1741
[1742] ; air, " La B6quille." f. 497.

317. "Viensvite, ma Comm^re," 1741
[1742]; air, " Or nous dites, Marie."
f. 497b.

318. "Ma Foy, Monsieur L'ambassa-
deur," 1741; air, "Les Rochelois."
f. 498.

-319. "A mou mary je suis fidelle,"

1741 [1742]; air, "Reveilles (sic)
vous, belle." f. 498.

320. "Le h^ros le plus vertueux," 1741
[1742] ; air, "Que j'estime mon cber
voisin." f. 498b.

321. ' ' Femmes et fiUes de Paris," 1741 ;
air, " Biriby." f . 498b.

322. " Bacha tant attendu," 1741 ; air,
"Marches des Bostangis." f. 499.

323. " Bellejsle par ses pacquets,"
1742; air, "Ma piute et ma mie."
f. 500.

324. "Le Roy d6core du grand nom,"

1742 ; air, " Alleluya." f. 500b.
-325. " Fouquet comptoit a la pairie,"

1742 ; air, " Les pendus." f. 501.

326. " Quoy, j'aurois pu vous amuser,"
1742; air, "Nous jouissons." f. 501b.

327. "On dit qu'un ambassadeur,"
1742 ; air, " La pure verity." f. 502b.

328. " Bellejsle enrache (sic) su-
borneur," 1742; air, "Les Rochelois."
f. 503.

329. " Vn Prince, mineur a trente
ans," 1742. f. 503b.

330. " Cceur farouche," 1742. f. 504b.
■331. " Chantons, chantons joyeuse-

ment,"1742; air, " Alleluya." f.505b.

332. "Ah, France jnfortun^e," 1742;

air, " Laiss6s paitr6s " (sic), f. 506b.



333. " Ou, Diable, pren6s vous, Louis,"
1742; air, " Le Confiteor." f. 507b.

384. " Si le difficile est le beau," 1742 ;
air, "Les pendus." On the com-
poser "[Jean Philippe] Rameau."
f. 508.

335. "Au temps jadis ou fleurissoit
Turenne," 1742. f. 508.

336. " Par les Conseils del'Eminence,"
1742; air, "Petite Fronde." f . 509b.

337. "Quand on fit Fouquet IMaiechal,"
1742 ; air, " Biriby." f. 509b.

338. " Comme un nouveau foudre de
guerre," 1742; air, " Petite Fronde."
f . 512b.

339. " Or 6coutes, petits et grands,"
1742 ; air, " Les pendus." f.512b.

340. "S6gur, qui commande," 1742;
air, " Grand Due de Savoye." f. 513b.

341. "Fouquet, mon amy," 1742; air,
"Dupont, mon amy." f. 515.

342. "Notre grand G6n6ral, Fouquet,"
1742 ; air, " reguingue." f. 515b.

343. " Monsieur Orry est en Baviere,"
1742; air, "Que n'aim^s vous."
f.516.

344. "Fouquet le Coche conduira,"
1742 ; air, " Alleluya." f . 516b.

345. " Soit Gouverneur ou Mar^chal,"
1742; air, " Petite Fronde." f. 517.

346. "Reine, ne vous 6tonn6s pas,"
1742 [1739]; air, "Vous m'entend^s
bien." f. 517b.

347. '•' Apren6s le sort rigoureux," 1742 ;
air, " Les pendus." f. 519.

348. "Louis duroyaumeestle maitre,"
1742. f. 521.

349. " Chantons une Ritournelle,"
1742; air, "Les Ramoneurs." f.524b.

350. "Louis, que vous aves d'Esprit,"
1742 ; air, ' ' Alleluya." f . 525b.

351. "La Mailly se fond toute en
pleurs," 1742 [1743]; air, "Voila ce
que c'est d'aller au bois." f. 526.

352. " Dialogue," beg. ' ' Comment done ?
Qu'ai je apris," 1742 ; air, " C'est une
Excuse." f. 527b.

353. "Or ecoutes, petits et grands,"
1742 ; air, " Les pendus." f . 528b.

354. "Le Lit de justice," 1742; air,
"Joconde." f. 541.

355. "Trois Cardinaux," 1742; same
air.' f. 541.

356. " Le d6sordre est icy complet,"
1742; air, "Via ceque c'est." f.541b.



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VOCAL MUSIC— SECULAR.



357. " Le Maurepas est chancelant,"
1742 [1739] ; same air. f . 543.

358. " Tous nos Pranpois," 1742; same
air. f . 544.

359. "Le Royaume est surson d^clin,"
1742 ; air, " Laire la." f. 544b.

360. " J'aimons, tretons Broglie," 1742;
air, " Grand Due de Savoye." f. 547.

361. "Quand Belleisle sortit," 1742;
air, " Vn abb6 dans un Coin." f. 547b.

362. " Si vous vous trouv^s par
malbeur," 1742; air, " Joconde."
f. 548.

363. "Au dieu Mars," 1742 ; air, " Pe-
tite Fronde." f. 548.

364. "On dit qu'on reprocbe a Tan-
cin,"1742; air, " Joconde." f.548b.

365. " De soeur en sceur," 1742; air,
' ♦ Petite Fronde." f . 548b.

366. "S'ils ont de la Religion," 1742;
air, " Via ce que c'est." f. 549.

367. " Des notables de France," 1742 ;
air, " Laisses paitre." f. 549.

368. "Notre Roy Ludovicus," 1742;
air, " Oil s'en vont." f. 549b.

369. "Quelle est la troupe qui s'avance,"
1742; air, "Noel, pour I'amour de
Marie." f. 550.

370. " Mon Peuple, vous fiites 6tonn6,"
1742 ; air, " Le Confiteor." f. 551b.



371. " Bonjour, Sire Due de Savoye,"
1742 ; air, " Les lampons." f. 552b.

372. "Je suis un Missionnaire," 1743.
f . 553b.

373. "Adieu done, pere Bridaine,"
1743; air, "Le systeme," or "St.
Paul du 3- Etage." f. 559.

374; "Vn Changement subit," 1743;
air, " Tout passe." f. 560.

375. "Au Commissaire," 1743; air,
"LaBaronne." f. 561b.

376. " La Deseve fait la rebelle," 1743 ;
air, " Y allons done." f. 562b.

377. " Y allons done, vieille Eminence,"
1748 ; same air. f . 564b.

378. " Eh ! Pourquoy done, vieux Car-
dinal," 1743; air, " Le Confiteor."
f . 566.

379. " II a toujours de biaux Monsieux,"
1743; air, "Les fanatiques." f . 566.

380. " Cher Tancin, ne vois tu pas,"'
1743 ; air, " Le jardinier." f. 566b.

381. " L'an mil sept cent quarenta
trois," 1743 ; air, " AUeluya." f. 568.

382. "Le Cardinal est a Issy," 1743 t
air, " Les Pendus." f. 570b.

383. " Centre une belle," 1743 [1739] ;
air, " La Baronne." f. 571.

384. "Voiey les Francois," 1743; air^
" Voicy les Dragons." f. 571b.



Additional 14180, ff. lb, 197, 201.

Paper ; a.d. 1745 (?), etc. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 278.

Compositions for a single voice, with a bass for harpsichord and (in
nos. 2, 3) a flute part, in score, by Johann Adolf Hasse.



1. " Ecco, r ora fatal" : cantata, 1745.
ff . lb-6.

2. " Sospiri, del mioseno volate " : aria.



f . 197.
3. " Passa da pene in pane": ada.
f . 201.



Additional 14223, ff. 86, 86b, 89, 92.

Paper ; about 1747, etc. Oblong folio. See also above, p. 284.

Songs for a soprano voice, with a bass (figured in no. 2) for harpsi-
chord, in score. They are, with the exception of no. 3, anonymous, and
in the same hand. Probably autograph.



1. "Misero Pellegrino." f . 86.

2. " Pouera Pellegrina." f. 86b.

3. " Bella Rosa d'Amore." " [? Gero-



nimo] Cordelia," 1747. f. 89.
4. " Ecco, r acqua." f. 92.



SONGS.



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King's 330-337, passim.

Paper ; after 1749. Quarto. See also above, p. 277.

" Recueil de Chansons choisies en Vaudevil[l]es, pour seruir a
I'Histoire Anecdote depuis 1600 jusqu'a .... 1749." Eight volumes.
The melodies are given without accompaniment. As almost all the
songs and their tunes are included in Egerton MSS. 814-817, the
detailed catalogue of them is not repeated here ; any variations in the
dates assigned to them are indicated in the description of the Egerton
MSS. (see above, pp. 528-556) ; the initial words, as well as the names
of the tunes, are given in Index I. The songs included here, but not
in the Egerton collection, are : —



King's 330. " Saint Maigrin " [? 1652].
No name is given to the tune (which
does not appear to be in Eg. 814-817).
f . 107.

King's 331. " Pour suiure les maximes "
[1682 ?]. f. 112b.

King's 332, 1. "Vne Troupe galante,"
1696; air, "Tous les Bourgeois de
Chartres." f . 26b.

2. "Maitre Lully"[? Louis Lully, son
of the composer J. B. Lully], 1696 ;
air, " Vous m'entendez bien." f. 43.

3. " Ne renuoyez pas Pelletier," 1696;
air, " Jean de Vert." f. 49b.

King's 333. " Quiconque a fait cette
chanson" [1706?]; air, " Les Feuil-
lantines." f. 105b.

King's 335. " Enfin, Comtesse toufce
aimable," 1724 ; air, " R^ueilles vous,
belle." f. 198b.

King's 336, 1. " Grand Roy, nous auons
aviure," 1725; air, "Ton Humeur."
f.8b.

2. "A La Fosse, disoit Bissy," 1726;
air, " Joconde." f. 11.

3. "Valeureuse Amazone" [?1726].
f . 22b.

4. ' ' Reprends, V6nus " ; air, ' ' Fy done,
Julien." f. 129.

5. "Vn Jesuite, voyant " ; air, "La
Curiosite." f. 137.

•6. " Pens6s vous rdduire." f. 143.

7. "II est encore au monde"; air,
" Laiss6s paitre." f. 146b.

8. "DuSerieuxde Melpomene" [1731?];
air, "La petite uieille surannee."
f. 180b.



King's 337 (tunes at the end of the
volume).

1. "La Trompet[t]e sonne," 1734;
air, "Partes {sic) d'abord." f. 45b.

2. " Voicy matiere nouvelle," 1734 ; air,
"Ton humeur." f. 97.

3. " Joyeuse, Cailus, Maugiron," 1734;
air, "Biribis." f . 103b.:

4. " J'ay f bier," 1735 ; air, " Voila

comme rhom[m]e n'est jamais con-
tent." if. 109b, 187b.

5. "Si vous voulez compter fleurette,"
1735; air, " Chacun a son tour."
f.lll.

6. " Le chef des poli(;ons," 1738; air,
" La Bequille." f. 115.

7. "Cemignon," 1741; air, "Joconde."
f. 125b.

8. "Dialogue," beg. "Que je vols
d'abbus" (sic), 1741; air, "La con-
fession." ff. 128b, 185b.

9. " Adieu, Tambours," 1742 ; air, " Les
Mousquetaires." f . 138b.

10. " Or 6coutez, grands etpetits," 1742;
air, " Les Biribis." f. 141.

11. "Quoy, dira-t-on rien," 1742; air,
" De tous les Capucins." f. 147.

12. "Or 6coutez, Peti[t]s et Grands,"
1742 ; sung to several tunes, including
the following new ones, " Tient {sic),
serrez (?) ma pipe." f. 154 ; — " J'auray



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