EBBA ID: 30950

British Library - Roxburghe 3.246-247
 
Englands Heroick Champion. / Or the ever renowned General George Monck, through whose Va- / lor and prudence Englands antient Liberties are restored, and a Full / and Free Parliament now to be called, to the great joy of the Nation. / Let the Trump of fame / Sound forth the name / Of honorable actions / To free this Land from factions. / Then except of what is meant / And pray for a free Parliament.
Date Published 1654-1663 ?
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Standard Tune
Imprint London Printed for John Andrews at the White Lion near Pye-corner.
License
Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 3.246, 3.247
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.9.246-247
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TitleEnglands Heroick Champion. / Or the ever renowned General George Monck, through whose Va- / lor and prudence Englands antient Liberties are restored, and a Full / and Free Parliament now to be called, to the great joy of the Nation. / Let the Trump of fame / Sound forth the name / Of honorable actions / To free this Land from factions. / Then except of what is meant / And pray for a free Parliament.The second part,
Tune ImprintTo a pleasant new Northern Tune.to the same tune.
First LinesGOod mayst thou be, as thou art great, / E ver regarded,GAther thou together Rights, / E very man,
RefrainFuture dangers to prevent, / For a full free Parliament. [with variation]Let there be none absent, / In a full free Parliament. [with variation]
Condition
Ornament
Notes Printed on the recto of EBBA 30962, entitled "Love in a Maze: / OR, / The young-man put to his dumps Discourse / on May-Day last between two witty Lovers. / Here in this Song you may behold and see, / A Gallant Girle obtained by Wit and Honesty. / All you that hear this Song, and mark it but aright, / May say true Loves worth gold and breeds much more delight."