EBBA ID: 33486

National Library of Scotland - Crawford 847
 
The Honor of the Inns of Court Gentlemen: / OR, / A briefe recitall of the Magnificent and matchlesse show, that past from Hatton and Ely house in Holborne to / White-hall on Munday night, being the third of February: [a]nd the next day after Candlemas.
Date Published 1633-1669 ?
Author Martin Parker
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Imprint London Printed for Thomas Lambert.
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Collection National Library of Scotland - Crawford
Location National Library of Scotland
Shelfmark Crawford.EB.847(1)
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TitleThe Honor of the Inns of Court Gentlemen: / OR, / A briefe recitall of the Magnificent and matchlesse show, that past from Hatton and Ely house in Holborne to / White-hall on Munday night, being the third of February: [a]nd the next day after Candlemas.The second part,
Tune ImprintTo the tune of our noble King in his Progresse.To the same tune
First LinesMY noble Muse assist mee, / that I may with creditBUt that which admiration / exacts from all men,
RefrainTo the honor of those Gentry, / that live at the Inns of Court. [with variation]To the honour of those Gentry / that live at the Innes of Court. [with variation]
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Notes This ballad appears to have been printed on one sheet that was cut apart and collected as two individual items; holding institution shelfmarks are Crawford.EB.847(1) and Crawford.EB.847(2)