EBBA ID: 31944

University of Glasgow Library - Euing 189
 
Luke Huttons Lamentation: which he wrote the day before his death, being / condemned to be hanged at Yorke for his robberies and trespasses committed / there-about.
Date Published 1601-1640 ?
Author Luke Hutton
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Imprint London Printed for H. Gosson.
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Collection University of Glasgow Library - Euing
Location University of Glasgow Library
Shelfmark Euing Ballads 189
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TitleLuke Huttons Lamentation: which he wrote the day before his death, being / condemned to be hanged at Yorke for his robberies and trespasses committed / there-about.The second part,
Tune ImprintTo the tune of Wandring and Wavering.To the same tune.
First LinesI Am a poore prisoner condemned to die, / ah woe is me, woe is me for my great folly:THe Country weary to beare this wrong, / ah woe is me, &c.
Refrainah wo is me, wo is me, for my great folly [line 2 of each stanza]; be warned young wantons, hemp passeth green holly. [line 4 of each stanza]; Lord Jesus receive me, with mercy relieve me, / Receive O sweet Saviour, my Spirit unto thee. [lines 7-8 of each stanza]ah wo is me, wo is me, for my great folly [line 2 of each stanza]; be warned young wantons, hemp passeth green holly. [line 4 of each stanza]; Lord Jesus receive me, with mercy relieve me, / Receive O sweet Saviour, my Spirit unto thee. [lines 7-8 of each stanza]
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