EBBA ID: 30084

British Library - Roxburghe 1.136-137
 
A Godly Song, entituled, A farewell to the VVorld, made by a / Godly Christian, named Thomas Byll, being the Parish Clerke of West- / Pelton, as he lay vpon his Death-bed, shewing the vanitie of the World, and / his desire to be dissolued.
Date Published 1601-1640 ?
Author Thomas Byll
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Imprint London printed for Henry Gossen.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 1.136, 1.137
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.7.136-137
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TitleA Godly Song, entituled, A farewell to the VVorld, made by a / Godly Christian, named Thomas Byll, being the Parish Clerke of West- / Pelton, as he lay vpon his Death-bed, shewing the vanitie of the World, and / his desire to be dissolued.The Soules Petition at Heauen Gate; / Or, the Second Part of the Clerke of West-Felton, being Thomas Byll.
Tune ImprintTo the Tune of, Fortune my Foe.To the same Tune.
First LinesBEhold O Lord a Sinner in distresse, / Whose heart is vext with inward heauinesse;O God which framedst both the earth and skye, / With speed giue ears vnto my wofull crye,
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