EBBA 31904

University of Glasgow Library - Euing
 
THE / Queens Lamentation, / OR, The most sad and mournfull Complaint of her Sacred Majesty, / the Queen of England, upon the death of her most dear and well / Esteemed Son, the most Elustrious Prince, Henry Duke of Glocester, / 3rd. Brother to our gracious King, Charles the 2d. Deceased the 13. / of September, 1660. Carried over from France, by Sir James ONeal, / Knight and Baronet; comitted to the Press by his own Importu- / ning desire.
Date Published 1660
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Imprint LONDON, Printed for Charles Tyus on London-Bridge.
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TitleTHE / Queens Lamentation, / OR, The most sad and mournfull Complaint of her Sacred Majesty, / the Queen of England, upon the death of her most dear and well / Esteemed Son, the most Elustrious Prince, Henry Duke of Glocester, / 3rd. Brother to our gracious King, Charles the 2d. Deceased the 13. / of September, 1660. Carried over from France, by Sir James ONeal, / Knight and Baronet; comitted to the Press by his own Importu- / ning desire.the Second Part,
Tune ImprintTo the Tune of, Franklin.to the same tune.
First LinesSWeet Heavens have been pleas'd / of late to shewHIs comely gestures fed / me with delight,
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