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Englands mourning garment.
1603

STC 5122, title page

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Title: Englands mourning garment: worne heere by plaine shepheards, in memorie of their sacred mistresse, Elizabeth; queene of vertue while she liued, and theame of sorrow being dead. To the which is added the true manner of her emperiall funerall. With many new additions, being now againe the second time reprinted, which was omitted in the first impression. After which followeth the shepheards spring-song, for entertainment of King Iames our most potent soueraigne. ...
Date: Imprinted at London : [By E. Short?] for Thomas Millington, and are to be sold at the signe of the Crane in Paules Churchyard by Walter Burre, 1603.
Repository: Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC, USA
Call number and opening: STC 5122, title page & sigs. D1v-2r
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Englands mourning garment: worne heere by plaine shepheards, in memorie of their sacred mistresse, Elizabeth; queene of vertue while she liued, and theame of sorrow being dead. To the which is added the true manner of her emperiall funerall. With [...]
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Imprinted at London : [By E. Short?] for Thomas Millington, and are to be sold at the signe of the Crane in Paules Churchyard by Walter Burre, 1603.
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Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC, USA
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STC 5122, title page

STC 5122, signatures D1 verso & D2 recto

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Title: Englands mourning garment: worne heere by plaine shepheards, in memorie of their sacred mistresse, Elizabeth; queene of vertue while she liued, and theame of sorrow being dead. To the which is added the true manner of her emperiall funerall. With many new additions, being now againe the second time reprinted, which was omitted in the first impression. After which followeth the shepheards spring-song, for entertainment of King Iames our most potent soueraigne. ...
Date: Imprinted at London : [By E. Short?] for Thomas Millington, and are to be sold at the signe of the Crane in Paules Churchyard by Walter Burre, 1603.
Repository: Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC, USA
Call number and opening: STC 5122, title page & sigs. D1v-2r
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Henry Chettle
Item Title
Englands mourning garment: worne heere by plaine shepheards, in memorie of their sacred mistresse, Elizabeth; queene of vertue while she liued, and theame of sorrow being dead. To the which is added the true manner of her emperiall funerall. With [...]
Item Date
Imprinted at London : [By E. Short?] for Thomas Millington, and are to be sold at the signe of the Crane in Paules Churchyard by Walter Burre, 1603.
Repository
Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC, USA
Call Number
STC 5122, sigs. D1v-D2r

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Images that are under Folger copyright are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. This allows you to use our images without additional permission provided that you cite the Folger Shakespeare Library as the source and you license anything you create using the images under the same or equivalent license. For more information, including permissions beyond the scope of this license, see Permissions. The Folger waives permission fees for non-commercial publication by registered non-profits, including university presses, regardless of the license they use. For images copyrighted by an entity other than the Folger, please contact the copyright holder for permission information.

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Title: Englands mourning garment: worne heere by plaine shepheards, in memorie of their sacred mistresse, Elizabeth; queene of vertue while she liued, and theame of sorrow being dead. To the which is added the true manner of her emperiall funerall. With many new additions, being now againe the second time reprinted, which was omitted in the first impression. After which followeth the shepheards spring-song, for entertainment of King Iames our most potent soueraigne. ...
Date: Imprinted at London : [By E. Short?] for Thomas Millington, and are to be sold at the signe of the Crane in Paules Churchyard by Walter Burre, 1603.
Repository: Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC, USA
Call number and opening: STC 5122, title page & sigs. D1v-2r
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