EBBA 32397

Huntington Library - Miscellaneous
 
The ROSE of Delight, / Or, An excellent nevv Song in the praise of His GRACE / James D. of Monmouth: / My Female Wishes may they never end, / For I Great Monmouth still will be thy friend, / While I retain my poor immortal soul, / I'le Joy with thee, and wanting thee condoul.
Date Published 1683-1685 ?
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Imprint Printed for J. Conyers at the black raven in Duck-lane
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Collection Huntington Library - Miscellaneous
Location Huntington Library
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Title The ROSE of Delight, / Or, An excellent nevv Song in the praise of His GRACE / James D. of Monmouth: / My Female Wishes may they never end, / For I Great Monmouth still will be thy friend, / While I retain my poor immortal soul, / I'le Joy with thee, and wanting thee condoul.
Tune Imprint Tune of, No, no 'tis in vain to sigh and complain,
First Lines NOt withstanding the frown that descends from the Crown on my Lord that once was so dear, / Prefer'd above other, undone by a Brother, & the hate of an Unckle so near, then let them tread on
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