EBBA 37442

British Library - Bagford
 
An ANSWER / TO THE / Cook-Maid's TRAGEDY: / OR, THE / Lamentation of Thomas the Coach=man, / FOR / MARY the Cook-Maid, in COVENTGARDEN, / Who Poyson'd herself in Dispair for his sake.
Date Published 1671-1702 ?
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Imprint Printed for J. Deacon, at the Angel in Giltspur-street, / without Newgate.
License Licensed according to Order.
Collection British Library - Bagford
Pages 2.93 Verso, 2.94 Verso Page Verso
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.40.m.10.(97*.)
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      Part 1
    Title An ANSWER / TO THE / Cook-Maid's TRAGEDY: / OR, THE / Lamentation of Thomas the Coach=man, / FOR / MARY the Cook-Maid, in COVENTGARDEN, / Who Poyson'd herself in Dispair for his sake.
    Tune Imprint To the Tune of, If Love's a sweet Passion, &c.
    First Lines [ASsist me, youMuses, to make my sad moan, / Who am left in a otion of sorrows alone,]
    Refrain Not an hour nor minute of comfort I have, / When I think how dear Mary was sent to the Grave. [with variation]
    Condition
    Ornament
    Notes Missing first lines supplied by edition at EBBA 22155.

    Printed on the verso of EBBA 37441, "THE / SOLDIERS / RETURN: / OR, / His Promise to his Country-men perform'd."

    Cut apart and pasted onto two facing album sheets.