2 edition of A most sweet song of an English merchant-man, born in Chichester found in the catalog.
A most sweet song of an English merchant-man, born in Chichester
by Printed by and for A.M. and sold by the booksellers of London in [London]
Written in English
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2124.4:43|
|Contributions||Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600, attributed name|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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And now dear friends farewell, sweet England now adiew, And C hichester where I was born, where first this breath I drew, And now thou man of death, unto thy weapon stand: Ah nay another Damsel said, sweet Headsman hold thy hand, A sweet thing, etc. A most sweet song of an English merchant-man, born in Chichester.: To an excellent new tune, &c.
A Most sweet song of an English merchant-man born in Chichester: to an excellent new tune. A most sweet Song of an English-Merchant Born in Chichester.
A Rich Merchant man there was that was both graue & wise, Did kill a man at Embden Town through quarrels that did rise, Through quarrels that did rise, the German being dead, And for that fact the Merchant man, was judg'd to loose his head.
A sweet thing is loue, it rules both heart and mind, There is no comfort in. A Rich Marchant-man that was both grave and wise Did kill a man at Embden Town, through quarrels that did rise, Through quarrels that did rise, the German being dead; And for that fact t[h]e Merchant-man, was judgd to lose his head.
A sweet thing love, it rules both heart and mind, There is no comfort in this world, to women that are kind. A most sweet song of an English merchant born in Chichester. To an excellent new tune. A Most sweet song of an English merchant-man born in Chichester to an excellent new :. Thomas Deloney.
A Rich Merchant man, That was both grave and wise, Did kill a man at Emden Towne, Through quarrels that did rise. Through quarrels that did rise, The German hee was dead, And for this fact the Merchant man was judgd to lose his head.
A sweet thing is love, It rules both heart and mind; There is no comfort in the world to women that are kind. A Scaffold builded was, Within the Market-place. Ballad Archive Search.
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A most sweet song of an English merchant born in Chichester First Lines: A rich merchant man, that was both grave and wise Subjects: Chichester (England) Emden (Germany) Themes: Merchants Crime - 17th century Executions. Notes: The first line is annotated: A Rich Merchant Man \"there was\" Ballad - Roud Number: V Title: A most sweet song of an English merchant born in Chichester.
First Line: A rich merchant man, that was both grave and wise. References: ESTC: R Subjects: Chichester. "A most sweet Song of an English Merchant born in Chichester." From a black letter copy in the Pepys Collection, printed by Clarke, Thackeray, and Passenger.
A RICH merchant-man there was. A most sweet song of an English merchant-man, born in Chichester To an excellent new tune, &c: A new ballet of the straunge and most cruell whippes which the Spanyards had prepared to whippe and torment English men and women which were found and taken at the ouerthrow of certaine of the Spanish shippes in Iuly last past.
A most joyful Song; A proper new Ballad; A joyful new Ballad; The Queen's visiting of the Camp at Tilsburie with her entertainment there; A new Ballet; The Lamentation of Mr. Pages Wife; A most sweet Song of an English-Merchant Born in Chichester; Salomons good housewife, in the 31 of his Proverbs; Close section End Matter Close section APPENDIX.
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The Horn Fair song was written about a fair known for its drinking and licentiousness. Sussex drinking songs include the Sussex Toast and Twankydillo. Writer Hilaire Belloc, who spent most of his life in the county, enjoyed traditional Sussex singing, writing two drinking songs, the Sussex Drinking Song, which was set to music by Martyn Wyndham-Read, and the West Sussex Drinking Song, which.
Deloney, Thomas. A Most sweet song of an English merchant-man born in Chichester to an excellent new tune. ([London]: Printed by and for W.O. and sold by the booksellers of Pye-corner and London-Bridge, [?]) (HTML at EEBO TCP).
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