EBBA 30899

British Library - Roxburghe
 
The Sorrovvful Ladies Complaint, / Relating how a Damosel Lamenteth the loss of her Lover, who behaved himself very Valiantly in a late / Engagement at Sea, but at last was unfortunately Slain. / This Story is known both far and wide, / To Holland's wonder, England's Pride; / Come therefore every Loyal Heart,
Date Published 1673
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Imprint London, Printed for Philip Brooksby, at the Hospital-gate, / in West=smith-field.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 2.434, 2.435
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.8.434-435
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TitleThe Sorrovvful Ladies Complaint, / Relating how a Damosel Lamenteth the loss of her Lover, who behaved himself very Valiantly in a late / Engagement at Sea, but at last was unfortunately Slain. / This Story is known both far and wide, / To Holland's wonder, England's Pride; / Come therefore every Loyal Heart,The second Part,
Tune ImprintTo the Tune of, The Earl of Sandwich farewel.to the same Tune.
First LinesONe morning I walk'd by my self on the shoar, / When the Tempest did sing and teh Waves they did roar,MY Love lies now in his watry Grave, / And hath nothing to shew for his Tomb but a Wave,
RefrainOf ah! ah! ah! my Love's dead, / There is not a Bell / But a Triton's shell, / To ring, to ring, to ring my Love's knell. [with variation]Ah, ah, ah, my Love's dead, / There is not a Bell, but a Trytons shell, / To ring, to ring, to ring my Loves knell. [with variation]
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