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Houghton Library - Hazlitt EC65.A100.690v2 1.98-99
 
A Pleasant BALLAD of King HENRY the Second, and the Miller of / Mansfield, shewing how he was Entertained and Lodged at the Miller's House, and of the / pleasant Communication.
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Imprint London: Printed by C. Brown, and T. Norris, and sold by J. Walter, at the Hand and Pen in High Holbourn
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Pages 1.98, 1.99
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TitleA Pleasant BALLAD of King HENRY the Second, and the Miller of / Mansfield, shewing how he was Entertained and Lodged at the Miller's House, and of the / pleasant Communication.The Second Part of the King and Miller, shewing how he came to Court with / his Wife and Son, and what merry Conceits passed between the King and them.
Tune ImprintTo the Tune of, The French Levalto, &c.
First LinesHEnry our Royal King would ride a hunting, / to the Green Forrest so pleasant and fair,WHen as our Royal King came home from Nottingham / and with his Nobles at Westminter lay,
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