EBBA 36315

Society of Antiquaries of London - Broadsides
 
A most ioyfull Songe, made in the behalfe of all her Maiesties / faithfull and louing Subiects: of the great ioy, which was made in London. at the taking of the late / trayterous Conspirators, which sought oportunity to kyll her Maiesty, to spoyle the Cittie, and by forraigne inuasion to ouerrun the / Realme: for the which haynous Treasons, fourteen of them hane suffred death on the 20. & 21. of Sept. Also, a detestation against those Conspira- / tors, and all their Confederates, giuing God the prayse for the safe preseruation of her maiesty, and their subuersion. Anno. Domini. 1586.
Date Published 1586
Author Thomas Deloney
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Imprint Printed at London by Richard Iones.
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Collection Society of Antiquaries of London - Broadsides
Page 1.83
Location Society of Antiquaries of London
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Title A most ioyfull Songe, made in the behalfe of all her Maiesties / faithfull and louing Subiects: of the great ioy, which was made in London. at the taking of the late / trayterous Conspirators, which sought oportunity to kyll her Maiesty, to spoyle the Cittie, and by forraigne inuasion to ouerrun the / Realme: for the which haynous Treasons, fourteen of them hane suffred death on the 20. & 21. of Sept. Also, a detestation against those Conspira- / tors, and all their Confederates, giuing God the prayse for the safe preseruation of her maiesty, and their subuersion. Anno. Domini. 1586.
Tune Imprint To the tune of: O man in desperation.
First Lines OH Englishmen with Romish harts, what Deuil doth bewitch you, / To seeke the spoyle of Prince and Realme, like Traytors most vntrue.
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