|Content Description||Text consists of fourteen 3-line verses plus refrain.|
Final verse in a different hand.
This poem is also called 'Queries'. The poem is a satire on the address to both Houses of Parliament made by Charles II and then by Heneage Finch, the Lord Chancellor, on 6 March 1679. The Tory reply to this satire is called 'The Answer' and begins 'I should be glad to see Kate going'.