2 edition of Mock-beggers hall found in the catalog.
1640 by printed for Richard Harper, at the Bible and Harp in Smithfield in London .
Written in English
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2123.2:218-219|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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The Map of Mock Beggar Hall. For Christmas. The Map of Mock-begger Hall, with his scituation in the spacious Countrey, called, Anywhere. Compare: Mock Beggers Hall (Rox ) Words: English Traditional.
To the tune of It is not your Notherne Nanny: or. Mock-Beggars Hall. Mock-Beggers Hall, with his scituation in the spacious Country, called, Any where. For Christmas. Compare: The Map of Mock Beggar Hall (Roxb ) Words: English Traditional, Early 17 th Century.
To the tune of" It is not your Northern Mock-beggers hall book or "Sweet is the Lass that loves me." Printed at London for Richard Harper, at the Bible and Harp in Smithfield.
Mock-beggers hall: with his scituation in the spacious country, called, Any where. To the tune of It is not your northern nanny; or Sweet is the lass that loves me. Get this from a library.
The ruined lovers.: Being a rare narrative of a young man that dyed for his mistriss who not long after his death, upon consideration of his intire affection, and her own coyness, could not be comforted fell desperate sick and so dyed.
To the tune of, Mock-Beggers Hall stands empty. Consider, for example, Mock-beggers hall book two ballads about “Mock Beggar Hall” from the Roxburghe collection in the British Library (the titles vary slightly: the full title to the earlier version is “The Map of Mock-begger Hall, with his scituation in the spacious Countrey, called, Anywhere”; the later version is “Mock-Beggers Hall, with his.
Tune of, Mock-beggers Hall Stand Empty. [For tune see Simpson's BBBM, p. and p. ] Mars shall to Cupid now submit, for he that gain'd the glory; You that in Love were never yet, attend unto my story, For it is new, 'tis strange and true as ever age afforded; A tale more sad, you never had in any Books recorded.
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More Scarce Songs Latest additions and/or corrections: Sept. 15, Return to Home Page. Index: All in a garden greene, Go to Allan a Mault, + Go to Andrew Macintosh (Marrowbones variant) Go to Annie Laurie Go to As I walked by myself- Shomberg Go to Auld Lang Syne, c Go to Balow, my babe Go to Barbara Allen Go to Bedlam, Go to Betsy is a beauty fair, Laws'.
BL f.1, e.9 Chetham's Library, Manchester: Some broadsides, not seen or indexed here, among pieces of epherma in bequest from J.
Halliwell, There is a book by Ann Snape describing Halliwell's bequest to Chethams, but I haven't found it. The manuscript into which he copied his songs in now called the 'Joseph Hall Commonplace Book', Folger Shakespeare MS V.a.
Collier's forgeries were detected by Giles Dawson, former curator of MSS at the Folger Lib. and an account published in a technical article inbut without the listing of the forged songs. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.