EBBA 30404

British Library - Roxburghe
 
Londons Glory, and Whittingtons Renown / OR, / A Looking-Glass for Citizens of LONDON. / Being a Remarkable Story, how Sir Richard Whittington (a poor Boy bred up / in Lancashire) came to be three times Lord Mayor of London in three several / Kings Reigns, and how his rife was by a Cat, which he sent for a Venture be- / yond Sea. Together with his Bountiful Gifts and Liberality given to this / Honourable City: And the vast Sums of Money he lent the King to maintain / the VVars in France. And how at a great Feast to which he invited the / King, the Queen, and the Nobility, He Generously Burnt the Writings, / and freely forgave his Majesty the whole Debt.
Date Published 1640-1674 ?
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Imprint London, Printed for R. Burton at the Horse-shoe in West Smithfield.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 3.58, 3.59
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.9.58-59
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  Part 1
Title Londons Glory, and Whittingtons Renown / OR, / A Looking-Glass for Citizens of LONDON. / Being a Remarkable Story, how Sir Richard Whittington (a poor Boy bred up / in Lancashire) came to be three times Lord Mayor of London in three several / Kings Reigns, and how his rife was by a Cat, which he sent for a Venture be- / yond Sea. Together with his Bountiful Gifts and Liberality given to this / Honourable City: And the vast Sums of Money he lent the King to maintain / the VVars in France. And how at a great Feast to which he invited the / King, the Queen, and the Nobility, He Generously Burnt the Writings, / and freely forgave his Majesty the whole Debt.
Tune Imprint Tune of, Dainty come thou to me.
First Lines BRave London Prentices, / come listen to my Song,
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