EBBA 36083

Manchester Central Library - Blackletter Ballads
 
[The Wandering JEW: / OR, / The Shooemaker of Jerusalem, / Who lived when our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ was Cru- / cified, and appointed by Him to live until his coming a- / gain.]
Date Published 1611-1656 ?
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Imprint London, Printed for Edward Wright, dwelling in Gilt-spur-street.
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Collection Manchester Central Library - Blackletter Ballads
Page 2.19
Location Manchester Central Library
Shelfmark BR f 821.04 B49
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 Part 1Part 2
Title[The Wandering JEW: / OR, / The Shooemaker of Jerusalem, / Who lived when our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ was Cru- / cified, and appointed by Him to live until his coming a- / gain.]The second part,
Tune Imprint[Tune, The Lady's Fall, etc.]to the same tune.
First Lines[WHen as in fair Jerusalem] / [our Savior Christ did live,]NO resting could he find at all, / no ease of hearts content,
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Notes This is the second half of an edition of "The Wandering Jew: Or the Shoemaker of Jerusalem." Title and first lines for the first part taken from EBBA 33903. The ESTC mistakenly claims this is the second half of EBBA 36082.

Pasted onto the same sheet as EBBA 36082, "Gallant Newes from Ireland. / Being a true Relation of the Lord Inchequins taking the City of Tredah, and the / two strong Garrisons Trim and Dundalk upon surrender with all the Armes, / and Amunition, upon the 19. & 20. of July, 1649.[...]"