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British Library - Thomason Tracts Ballads
A / SPIRITVAL CORDIAL / For my / LORD of Canterbury, / Which hath beene long sicke of a Consumption, / (Evill men and deceevers waxing worse and worse) made by a / Tenant of his in new Prison. And now presented to him, to see if / it may be a meanes to recover him, if he be not past Cure.
Date Published ?
Author William Starbuck
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Imprint London, Printed for W.S. 1644.
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Collection British Library - Thomason Tracts Ballads
Page 10.15
Location British Library
Shelfmark 669.f.10.(15.)
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  Part 1
Title A / SPIRITVAL CORDIAL / For my / LORD of Canterbury, / Which hath beene long sicke of a Consumption, / (Evill men and deceevers waxing worse and worse) made by a / Tenant of his in new Prison. And now presented to him, to see if / it may be a meanes to recover him, if he be not past Cure.
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First Lines SOme news, my Lord, I will unfold, / If with you I may be so bold,
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Notes In manuscript before the imprint: "Jan. 9th"