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Lyrics from the song-books of the Elizabethan Age / edited by A.H. Bullen
Bib ID 2875059
Format BookBook
Edition 3rd ed. 
Description London : Lawrence and Bullen, 1891 
xxxiii, 233 p. ; 18 cm. 
Notes

This book consists of poems selected from the author's "Lyrics from the song-books of the Elizabethan Age" (published 1886?) and "More lyrics from the song-books of the Elizabethan Age" (published 1886-1888)

Bibliography: p. 228-233.

Subjects English poetry -- Early modern, 1500-1700.  |  Songs, English -- Texts.
Other authors/contributors Bullen, A. H. (Arthur Henry), 1857-1920

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