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An excellent new ballad, shewing the petigree of our royall King Iames

An excellent new ballad, shewing the petigree of our royall King Iames

the first of that name in England. To the tune of, Gallants all come mourne with mee.

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Published by E. W[hite] in Imprinted at London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • James -- I, -- King of England, -- 1566-1625 -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesExcellent new ballad, shewing the petigree of our royall King James, Excellent new ballad, shewing the petigree of our royall King James.
    GenrePoetry, Early works to 1800.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 740:16., Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1522:10.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18470746M

      One ballad “A New Song, Concerning Two Games at Cards, Playd Betwixt the King of England, King of France, and Queen of Spain; Shewing the true Honour and Honesty of Old England against the Pretender” (circa ), as its title implies, directly links Spain and France with the “Pretender,” or James Francis Edward Stuart. Broadside Ballad Index Contents Listing of Most 16th and 17th Century Broadside Ballad Collections, with a Few Ballads and Garlands of the 18th Century. Return to Home Page. Corrections, questions, comments, additions to: Wm. Bruce Olson [email protected] This revision, Sept. 12, Last Ref. # assigned=ZN, + RZN

      MAXWELL, JAMES (fl. –), author, born in , was the only son of William Maxwell of Little Airds, and grandson of William Maxwell of Kirkconnell, Kirkcudbrightshire, man-at-arms to James V of Scotland, and also in the service of his queen, Mary of Guise, and of his daughter, Mary Queen of Scots, from her childhood. 2 year old bay gelding () Sire: Smart Missile Dam: Valerina (Val Royal (FR)) View Pedigree Report Breeder: Mr J Simpson Owners: J Yianni, Mrs S Aldridge, G W Aldridge, A Donald, A Melching, S Loane, W Shelton, Mrs S Shelton, Miss A Shelton, P Griffin, A Mitchell, A Gessel, S Evans, Mrs K Hall, D Hall, M Williams & D & M Payne Racing.

    The Great Historic Families of Scotland in check. He states, in a letter to the English Council, dated May 17th, , that on the field of Brankston he and his friends encountered the Earl of Huntly and the Chamberlain; that Sir John Home, Cuthbert Home of Fast Castle, the son and heir of Sir John Home, Sir William Cockburn of Langton, and his son, the son and heir of Sir David Home [of. But one of the scariest King stories I have encountered is the novella “The Ballad of the Flexible Bullet”, which is about a writer’s personal hell. The story is included in the collection Secret Windows: Essays and Fiction on the Craft of Writing, which, along with King’s On Writing, .


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To the tune of, Gallants all come mourne with mee. broadside ballads on the accession of James I, An excellent new ballad, shewing the petigree of our royal King lames (beginning" England with chearefull hart give care.") A black-letter print is in the British Museum, C.

2 (82) ; the ballad also appears in the Shirburn MS. (fol. Y), and is printed in Shirburn Ballads. only has survived: ' An excellent new ballad shewing the petigree of our royal King James, the first of that name in England,' which is reprinted in Roxburghe Ballads, viii.

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