EBBA 36257

Manchester Central Library - Blackletter Ballads
 
[?]and, this present / [?]ated most o[?]ch[?]arkable Accidents a[n]d chiefe, / [?]pen this Ye[a]re [?]r Nation: Being collected / [?]hy Gentleman and [Sc]holler, who is the pr[i]me / [?] as it is not unknovne to many thousands. / [?] and Sinne doth still abound, / [?] can at all be found: / [?] faire England, call for Grace, / [?]ee in a minutes space.
Date Published 1642-1651 ?
Author
Standard Tune
Imprint London, Printed by John Hammond, / dwelling in Holborne.
License
Collection Manchester Central Library - Blackletter Ballads
Page 1.48
Location Manchester Central Library
Shelfmark BR f 821.04 B49
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 Part 1Part 2
Title[?]and, this present / [?]ated most o[?]ch[?]arkable Accidents a[n]d chiefe, / [?]pen this Ye[a]re [?]r Nation: Being collected / [?]hy Gentleman and [Sc]holler, who is the pr[i]me / [?] as it is not unknovne to many thousands. / [?] and Sinne doth still abound, / [?] can at all be found: / [?] faire England, call for Grace, / [?]ee in a minutes space.The second part,
Tune Imprint[?] Warres again: Or, The Maying time.To the same Tune.
First Lines[?] / [?]THey from the Dane doe looke for ayd, / Thinking to make England affrayd;
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Condition
Ornament
Notes Ballad is torn, missing parts of the title, all of column one, and almost all of column two.

Pasted on the same sheet as the fragmented EBBA 36408, "[IT is a noyse of terror,]."