EBBA ID: 35901

 
A Pleasant BALLAD shewing how two Valliant KNIGHTS, Sir John Armstrong, / and Sir Michael Musgrave, fell in Love with the Beautiful Daughter of the Lady Dacres, in the / North; and of the great Strife that happen'd between them for her, and how they wrought the / Death of one hundred Men.
Date Published 1697-1706 ?
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Standard Tune
Imprint LONDON: Printed by and for W.O. and are / to be sold by J. Blare, on London-bridge.
License Licens'd and Enter'd according to Order.
Collection Beinecke Library - Michell-Jolliffe
Location Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Shelfmark 2000 Folio 6 214
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      Part 1
    Title A Pleasant BALLAD shewing how two Valliant KNIGHTS, Sir John Armstrong, / and Sir Michael Musgrave, fell in Love with the Beautiful Daughter of the Lady Dacres, in the / North; and of the great Strife that happen'd between them for her, and how they wrought the / Death of one hundred Men.
    Tune Imprint To an excellent new Northern Tune, &c.
    First Lines AS it fell out one Whitsunday, / the blith time of the Year,
    Refrain a bright and bonny Lass, / Fa la tre dang de do; / trang trole lo trang de do; / With hey trang trole lo lye, / she was a bonny Lass. [with variation]
    Condition
    Ornament