EBBA 32170

Huntington Library - Miscellaneous
 
AN / ELEGY / On the DEATH of Mr. WILLIAM SHERWOOD, / Victualler at the Sign / of the Lion and Ball in Red Lion-street, who after having lain for some time, / in State, was Buried at St. Andrews, Holbourn, on Tuesday the 22d. instant, / his Corps being Attended by 300 Persons, besides several Files of Granadeers, / of which he was Lieutenant.
Date Published 1699
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Imprint LONDON: Printed for A.B. near Chancery-Lane. 1699.
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Collection Huntington Library - Miscellaneous
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Title AN / ELEGY / On the DEATH of Mr. WILLIAM SHERWOOD, / Victualler at the Sign / of the Lion and Ball in Red Lion-street, who after having lain for some time, / in State, was Buried at St. Andrews, Holbourn, on Tuesday the 22d. instant, / his Corps being Attended by 300 Persons, besides several Files of Granadeers, / of which he was Lieutenant.
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First Lines AT last our Hopes are fled, and he's departed, / And leaves us Fudling Sinners broken hearted,
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