EBBA 33602

National Library of Scotland - Crawford
 
THE / Dying Lover's last Farewel: / OR, THE / Tragical Downfal of Martellus and Arminda. / The Shepherd being slighted, did despair, / And being sore opprest with Grief and Care, / He did complain that Love he ever try'd, / So yielded unto Fate, and there he dy'd: / Who when the Nymph could not recal by Art, / Her Sorrows swell'd & broke her Tender Heart.
Date Published 1662-1692 ?
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Standard Tune
Imprint London: Printed for J. Conyers, near the Standard-Tavern, in Leicester fields.
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Collection National Library of Scotland - Crawford
Location National Library of Scotland
Shelfmark Crawford.EB.986
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Title THE / Dying Lover's last Farewel: / OR, THE / Tragical Downfal of Martellus and Arminda. / The Shepherd being slighted, did despair, / And being sore opprest with Grief and Care, / He did complain that Love he ever try'd, / So yielded unto Fate, and there he dy'd: / Who when the Nymph could not recal by Art, / Her Sorrows swell'd & broke her Tender Heart.
Tune Imprint To an excellent Play-house Tuue, call'd, Stone Walls cannot a Prison make: or, Young Pheon.
First Lines ONe night when all the Village slept, / Martellus sought despair,
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Notes Printed on the recto of EBBA 33131, titled "The JACOBITE tossed in a Blanket: Or, / A DIALOGUE between A / WILLIAMITE / AND A / JACOBITE: / Concerning the Times, and the Losses of the French."