EBBA 36269

Society of Antiquaries of London - Broadsides
 
An answere to maister Smyth / seruaunt to the kynges most royall maiestye. And clerke of the / Quenes graces counsell / though most vnworthy. / Whether ye trolle in or els trolle out / ye trolle vntruly / loke better about.
Date Published 1540?
Author William Gray
Standard Tune
Imprint Imprinted at London by me Rychard Bankes / Cum priuilegio ad / imprimendum solum. And to be solde in Pater noster rowe / by John Turke / at the sygne of the Rose.
License
Collection Society of Antiquaries of London - Broadsides
Pages 1.8, 1.8 Verso
Location Society of Antiquaries of London
Shelfmark Cab Lib g
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Additional Information
  Part 1
Title An answere to maister Smyth / seruaunt to the kynges most royall maiestye. And clerke of the / Quenes graces counsell / though most vnworthy. / Whether ye trolle in or els trolle out / ye trolle vntruly / loke better about.
Tune Imprint
First Lines WHere as of late two thinges ye parused / Concerning the treason of Thomas Crumwell
Refrain Printed on the recto and verso of a single sheet.
Condition
Ornament
Notes ESTC Author: William Gray.

This ballad is one in a series of flyting ballads about the execution of Thomas Cromwell, which include EBBA 36266, 36267, 36268, 36269, 36270, 36271, 36272, and 36273.