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The lamenting ladies last farewel to the wor.ld [sic].

The lamenting ladies last farewel to the wor.ld [sic].

Who being in a strange exile bewales her own misery, complains upon fortune and destiny, describeth the manner of her breeding, deplores the loss of her parents wishing peace and happinesse to England, which was her native country, and withall resolved for death, chearfully commendeth her soul to heaven, and her body to the earth, and quietly departed this life: anno 1650. To an excelent new tune, O hone, o hone

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Published by printed for Tho. Ver [sic] at the signe of the Angell without Newgate in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ballads, English -- 17th century

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesLamenting ladies last farewel to the world
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1822:41
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15414045M

    The Exeter Book a collection of manuscript complied by a monk during the reign of Alfred the Great one monk played an important role in preserving the lit of this period-. Start studying Chapter 2: The Seafarer, The Wanderer, The Wife's Lament. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

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The lamenting ladies last farewel to the [sic]: Who being in a strange exile bewales her own misery, complains upon fortune and destiny, describeth the manner of her breeding, deplores the loss of her parents wishing peace and happinesse to England, which was her native country, and withall resolved for death, chearfully commendeth her soul to heaven, and her body to the earth, and.

The lamenting ladies last farewell to the world.: Who being in a strange exile, bewailes her own misery, complains upon fortune and destiny, describes the manner of her breeding, deplores the losse of her parents, wishing peace and happines to England, which was her native country, and withal resolved for death chearfuly, commended her soule to heaven, and her body to theearth [sic], and.

The lamenting ladies last farewel to the world: Who being in a strange exile bewails her own misery, complains upon fortune and destiny; describeth the manner of her breeding, deplores the loss of her parents, wishing peace and happinesse to England, which was her native c[o]untrey, and withal resolved for death, chearfully commending her soul to heaven, and her body to the earth, and quietly.

The lamenting ladies last farewel to the world.: Who being in a strange exile bewails her own misery, complains upon fortune and destiny; describeth the manner of her breeding, deplores the loss of her parents, wishing peace and happinesse to England, which was her native c[o]untrey, and withal resolved for death, chearfully commending her soul to heaven, and her body to the earth, and.

The lamenting ladies last farewel to the [sic]. Who being in a strange exile bewales her own misery, complains upon fortune and destiny, describeth the manner of her breeding, deplores the loss of her parents wishing peace and happinesse to England, which was her native country, and withall resolved for death, chearfully commendeth her soul to heaven, and her body to the earth, and.

The lamenting ladies last farewel to the world.: Who being in a strange exile, bewails her own misery, complains upon fortune and destiny, describeth the manner of her breeding, deplores the loss of her parents, wishing peace and happiness to England, which was her native country, and withal resolving for death, chearfully commended her soul to heaven, and her body to the earth, and quietly.

Imprint Names: Vere, T. Imprint Locations: London Imprint: London Printed for Tho Vere at the figure of the Angel without Newgate Ballad - Roud Number: V Title: The lamenting ladies last farewel to the being in a strange exile bewailes her own. Bodleian Rare Books - 1 Authors: Hill, Thomas - 4 S., E.

- 1 Printers/Publishers: The lamenting lady's farewel to the world. First Line: Mournful Melpomene assist my quill. Tune: Oh hone, The lamenting ladies last farewel to the world. First Line: Mournful Melpomeny assist my quill.

Tune: O Hone, Hone. Bodleian Rare Books - 2 Bodleian Rawlinson - 2 Bodleian Harding - 1 Bodleian John Johnson - 1 Authors: Parker, Martin, d.

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Gnomes were also an important component of riddles, over ninety of which can be found in the Exeter Book. Because of its inclusion of gnomic wisdom, and proximity to so many riddles, some critics believe that "The Wife's Lament" is, in fact, a riddle itself.

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The poem simply begins, like the rest of the texts in the Exeter Book, with its first line. The words "wife's lament" don't appear anywhere, in fact. Weirder still, there's actually no mention of the Old English word for "wife" ("wif"), or "husband" ("ceorl").

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