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Magdalene College - Pepys 2.314
 
Dunkirk's Lamentation: Written in French by Monsier de Lo[o]n, and after Translated into Irish by Patrick Agraw, for the benefit of the Teagues, and now done into English by a Gentleman who receiv'd it from a Prisoner which they took on the Coast of Flanders, and set to the Tune of The French Dancing-master: or, The Soldiers Departure.
Date Published 1692
Author de Leon
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Imprint London: Printed for P. Brooksby in Pye-corner
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Collection Magdalene College - Pepys
Page 2.314
Location Pepys Library
Shelfmark Pepys Ballads 2.314
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  Part 1
Title Dunkirk's Lamentation: Written in French by Monsier de Lo[o]n, and after Translated into Irish by Patrick Agraw, for the benefit of the Teagues, and now done into English by a Gentleman who receiv'd it from a Prisoner which they took on the Coast of Flanders, and set to the Tune of The French Dancing-master: or, The Soldiers Departure.
Tune Imprint Tune of, The French Dancing-master: or, The Soldiers Departure.
First Lines BEgar, what we have long been doing, / will come to nothing now we find,
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Album Page 1/2 sheet oblong folio 198x 250
Condition cropped ritht and bottom edges
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