EBBA 36947

British Library - Book of Fortune
 
Joyfull Newes for England, and all other / Parts of Christendome, that beares good will to the happy agree- / ment of PEACE, which past betweene England and Holland, / and Denmarke, on Thursday, April the 6. 1654: The manner / how, the place where and the time when, shall be described in this follow- / ing Discourse,
Date Published 1655-1658 ?
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Imprint Printed for F. Coles, J. Wright, Tho. Vere, and W. Gilbertson.
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Collection British Library - Book of Fortune
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.14.(23.)
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    TitleJoyfull Newes for England, and all other / Parts of Christendome, that beares good will to the happy agree- / ment of PEACE, which past betweene England and Holland, / and Denmarke, on Thursday, April the 6. 1654: The manner / how, the place where and the time when, shall be described in this follow- / ing Discourse, The second Part,
    Tune ImprintThe Tune is, Lord Willoughby.to the same tune.
    First LinesNOw comfortable Tydings, / is come unto England,WEE have of victuals plenty / both flesh, and ash good store,
    RefrainThis is the happiest Newes indeed, / that e'r to England came, / The Dutch-men will be friends with us, / and wee'l be friends with them. [with variation]This is the happiest time indeed, / that ever to England came, / The Dutch-men are become our friends, / and wee are friends to them. [with variation]
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