Part pp. 88–93 - ‘A Gentle Ballad, Call’d Lamentable Lory.’ Author unknown. [1684.]

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Crewe MS/37/pp. 88–93


‘A Gentle Ballad, Call’d Lamentable Lory.’ Author unknown. [1684.]


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Heading continues: ‘To the Tune of Youth, Youth, etc.’ First line: ‘The Youth was belov’d in the Spring of his life’. ‘Lory’ was the nickname of Laurence Hyde, Earl of Rochester. For the date see Macaulay’s History of England, i. 371 n.

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See ECS, p. 388.

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