EBBA 20210

 
The Lamenting Lady, / Who for the wrongs done to her by a poore woman, for hauing two children at one burthen, was by the hand of God / most strangely punished, by sending her as many children at one birth, as there are daies in the yeare, in re- / membrance whereof, there is now a monument builded in the Citty of Lowdon, as many En- / glish men now liuing in Lowdon, can truely testifie the same and hath seene it.
Date Published 1620?
Author
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Imprint Printed at London for Henry Gosson,/ and are to be sold at his shop/ on London Bridge.
License
Collection Magdalene College - Pepys
Pages 1.44, 1.45
Location Pepys Library
Shelfmark Pepys Ballads 1.44-45
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TitleThe Lamenting Lady, / Who for the wrongs done to her by a poore woman, for hauing two children at one burthen, was by the hand of God / most strangely punished, by sending her as many children at one birth, as there are daies in the yeare, in re- / membrance whereof, there is now a monument builded in the Citty of Lowdon, as many En- / glish men now liuing in Lowdon, can truely testifie the same and hath seene it.The second part.
Tune ImprintTo the tune of the Ladies fall.
First LinesREgard my griefe kinde Ladies all, / my heart now bleeding dyes,AT which affright my biggsweld / (wombe
Refrain
Album Page1/2 sheet folio, originally left part, 286 x 1821/2 sheet folio, originally right part, 288 x 137
Conditioncropped top edge, cropped and torn left edge, creased, uneven inkingdamaged surface, uneven inking
Ornamentcast fleurons