EBBA ID: 20243

Magdalene College - Pepys 1.513
 
A sweet Sonnet, wherein the Lover exclaimeth against / Fortune for the loss of his Ladies favour, almost past hope to get again, and in the end / receives a comfortable answer, and attains his desire, as may here appear.
Date Published 1681-1684
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Imprint Printed for J. Wright, J. Clark, W. Thackeray, and T. Passinger.
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Collection Magdalene College - Pepys
Page 1.513
Location Pepys Library
Shelfmark Pepys Ballads 1.512-513
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TitleA sweet Sonnet, wherein the Lover exclaimeth against / Fortune for the loss of his Ladies favour, almost past hope to get again, and in the end / receives a comfortable answer, and attains his desire, as may here appear.A New Ballad, intituled, The Stout Cripple of Cornwal; / wherein is shewed, his Dissolute Life, an deserved death.
Tune ImprintTo the Tune of Fortune my Foe.The Tune is, The Blind Begger.
First LinesFOrtune my foe, why dost thou frown on me / And will thy favour never better be?OF a stout Cripple that kept the High-way, / And beg'd for his living all time of the day.
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Album Page1/2 sheet folio, originally left part, 263 x 1551/2 sheet folio, originally right part, 264 x 155
Conditioncropped right edge, uneven inkingcropped left and right edges, uneven inking
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