EBBA 30989

British Library - Roxburghe
 
Tragical HISTORY of King LEAR, and his three Daughters / First, Shewing how he gave the two Eldest the full and whole Possession of his Crown. Second, How he banish'd the Youngest his Court and / Presence, who fled into France, and married the French King. Third, How his two eldest Daughters, in some Time after, took away his Attendance, and / turn'd him out of Court, when being destitute, he travelled into France, where his youngest Daughter relieved him, raised an Army to restore him to the Pos- / session of his Crown, in the Attempt of which she was kill'd in the Field of Battle, and her Father immediately died with Grief for the Loss of his Daughter.
Date Published 1710?
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Page 3.275
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Shelfmark C.20.f.9.275
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Title Tragical HISTORY of King LEAR, and his three Daughters / First, Shewing how he gave the two Eldest the full and whole Possession of his Crown. Second, How he banish'd the Youngest his Court and / Presence, who fled into France, and married the French King. Third, How his two eldest Daughters, in some Time after, took away his Attendance, and / turn'd him out of Court, when being destitute, he travelled into France, where his youngest Daughter relieved him, raised an Army to restore him to the Pos- / session of his Crown, in the Attempt of which she was kill'd in the Field of Battle, and her Father immediately died with Grief for the Loss of his Daughter.
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First Lines A Certain great King once did rule over this Land, / Who had all the Pleasure a King cold commend
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