EBBA 31925

University of Glasgow Library - Euing
 
The LONDONERS Lamentation. / Wherein is contained a sorrowfull Description of the dreadfull Fire which happened in Pud- / ding-Lane, next beyond Fish-street-hill on the second of Septemb. 1666. betwixt twelve / and one of the clock in the morning, being Sunday, and continued untill the Thursday / night following: VVith an account of the King and the Duke of York's indeavours, with / several Peers of the Land, for the quenching of the same; Also the manner of doing it, and / the name of every particular place where the fire did stop.
Date Published 1666
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Imprint London, Printed for J. Clark, at the Bible and Harp, in West-Smithfield.
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Collection University of Glasgow Library - Euing
Location University of Glasgow Library
Shelfmark Euing Ballads 170
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Title The LONDONERS Lamentation. / Wherein is contained a sorrowfull Description of the dreadfull Fire which happened in Pud- / ding-Lane, next beyond Fish-street-hill on the second of Septemb. 1666. betwixt twelve / and one of the clock in the morning, being Sunday, and continued untill the Thursday / night following: VVith an account of the King and the Duke of York's indeavours, with / several Peers of the Land, for the quenching of the same; Also the manner of doing it, and / the name of every particular place where the fire did stop.
Tune Imprint Tune is, VVhen Troy town, &c.
First Lines LEt water flow from every eye, / Of all good Subjects in the Land,
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