EBBA 36263

Manchester Central Library - Blackletter Ballads
 
The Confession and repentance of George Saunders Gentleman, late of Shugh in the / County of Hereford, who vnnaturally killed his Vncle, and accused his owne Fa- / ther for the murther: but by Gods prouidence being discoured, hee died for / the same. Where he writ this song with his owne hand, the first of Ianuary. 1616. / To the tune of Fortune my foe. / His Repentance in Prison. / To the same tune.
Date Published 1616-1618 ?
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Imprint Printed at London by W.[I?].
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Collection Manchester Central Library - Blackletter Ballads
Page 2.10
Location Manchester Central Library
Shelfmark BR f 821.04 B49
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  Part 1
Title The Confession and repentance of George Saunders Gentleman, late of Shugh in the / County of Hereford, who vnnaturally killed his Vncle, and accused his owne Fa- / ther for the murther: but by Gods prouidence being discoured, hee died for / the same. Where he writ this song with his owne hand, the first of Ianuary. 1616. / To the tune of Fortune my foe. / His Repentance in Prison. / To the same tune.
Tune Imprint To the tune of Fortune my foe. / To the same tune.
First Lines MOngst Lyons fell in Daniels den am I, / In lowest prison cast with Ieremy:
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Notes Printed on the same sheet as EBBA 36262, "Saue a Thiefe from the Gallowes and he'll hang thee if he can, / Or, The mercifull father, and the mercilesse sonne."