EBBA ID: 33606

National Library of Scotland - Crawford 991
 
A Song upon the / RANDIZVOUS / ON / Hounsley-Heath, / With a Paralel of the Destruction of our English Turks in the West, and the / Mahomitans in Hungary: How the Christian Army, Compos'd of Forty / Thousand Men, took New-Hassel, relieved Grand, Defeated the Turks / Army of Sixty Thousand Men in two days time.
Date Published 1685
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Imprint LONDON, Printed for James Dean, Bookseller, between the / Royal Grove, and the Helmet in Drury-Lane. 1685.
License This may be Printed, R.L.S.
Collection National Library of Scotland - Crawford
Location National Library of Scotland
Shelfmark Crawford.EB.991
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  Part 1
Title A Song upon the / RANDIZVOUS / ON / Hounsley-Heath, / With a Paralel of the Destruction of our English Turks in the West, and the / Mahomitans in Hungary: How the Christian Army, Compos'd of Forty / Thousand Men, took New-Hassel, relieved Grand, Defeated the Turks / Army of Sixty Thousand Men in two days time.
Tune Imprint To the Tune, Hark, Hark The Thundring Cannons Roar, &c.
First Lines OUR Comet or the Blazing-Star, / At Staffords Death was seen so far;
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