EBBA 36068

Manchester Central Library - Blackletter Ballads
 
The Lamenting Ladies last farewell to the / World. / VVho being in a strange Exile, bewailes her / own Misery, complains upon Fortune and Destiny, / describes the manner of her breeding, deplores the losse of her Parents, wishing Peace and happines to England, which was her / native Country, and withal resolved for death chearfuly, com- / mended her soule to heaven, and her body to the earth, and qui- / etly departed this life. Anno 1650.
Date Published 1650-1652 ?
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Imprint London Prin[t]ed for Tho: Ve[re] / in the Old-Baily at the / signe of the Angel.
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Collection Manchester Central Library - Blackletter Ballads
Page 1.15
Location Manchester Central Library
Shelfmark BR f 821.04 B49
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TitleThe Lamenting Ladies last farewell to the / World. / VVho being in a strange Exile, bewailes her / own Misery, complains upon Fortune and Destiny, / describes the manner of her breeding, deplores the losse of her Parents, wishing Peace and happines to England, which was her / native Country, and withal resolved for death chearfuly, com- / mended her soule to heaven, and her body to the earth, and qui- / etly departed this life. Anno 1650.The second Pa[rt],
Tune ImprintTo an excellent new Tune, called, Oh hone, O hone.
First LinesMOurnfull Melpomeny, / assist my quill,MY garments drest with pearl / richly approved,
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