EBBA 30947

British Library - Roxburghe
 
Sir Thomas Armstrong's Farevvel: / Who for High-Treason (conspiring against the Life of the King, and his Royal Brother, and the subversion / of the Government;) was on the 14th. day of Iune, 1684. condemned to be Drawn, Hang'd, and Quarter'd; / and was accordingly executed at Tyburn, on the 20th. of the said Month, in the view of many Spectators.
Date Published 1681-1684
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Imprint Printed for J. Wright, J. Clark, W. Thackery, and T. Passenger.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Page 4.29
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.10.29
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TitleSir Thomas Armstrong's Farevvel: / Who for High-Treason (conspiring against the Life of the King, and his Royal Brother, and the subversion / of the Government;) was on the 14th. day of Iune, 1684. condemned to be Drawn, Hang'd, and Quarter'd; / and was accordingly executed at Tyburn, on the 20th. of the said Month, in the view of many Spectators.The Second Part,
Tune ImprintTune of, Digbys Farewel: Or, Packingtons Pound.to the same Tune.
First LinesFArewel Worldly Pleasures and fading delight, / For now all my days must be turn'd into night,My Crimes are so great and so heinous indeed; / That the thoughts of them now make my soul for to bleed;
RefrainA poor, and distressed, unfortunate Knight. [with variation]Oh pitty a poor and unfortunate Knight. [with variation]
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