EBBA ID: 30657

British Library - Roxburghe 2.184-185
 
The French-man's Lamentation / for the Great loss of their Noble General / Mounsieur de Turenne. / Who was Kill'd by a Cannon, Shot from a parry of the Emperours / Army, which lay in Ambuscade in a Wood, and shot him in the breast, where he / Dyed Immediately, and his Lieutenant was then Killed by him, which was on the 23 / of July 1675. Mounsieur Turenne being then in the 64th. Year of his age, and had / been Marshal of France just half his time, being 32 years.
Date Published 1675
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Imprint P[rinte]d for W. Thack[eray in] D[uck Lane and I. Hose, in Holborn.]
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 2.184, 2.185
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.8.184-185
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  Part 1
Title The French-man's Lamentation / for the Great loss of their Noble General / Mounsieur de Turenne. / Who was Kill'd by a Cannon, Shot from a parry of the Emperours / Army, which lay in Ambuscade in a Wood, and shot him in the breast, where he / Dyed Immediately, and his Lieutenant was then Killed by him, which was on the 23 / of July 1675. Mounsieur Turenne being then in the 64th. Year of his age, and had / been Marshal of France just half his time, being 32 years.
Tune Imprint To the Tune of, A fig for France and Holland too.
First Lines OF honour and renown I'le sing, / All generous hearts assistance bring,
Refrain Let Drums and Trumpets cease to sound, / Turenne no more is to be found.
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