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Help me ye midnight hags to sing the praise

DMI number:
5430
First Line:
Help me ye midnight hags to sing the praise
Last Line:
To live by ale should die at last in grains
Poem Genre / Form:
Anti- / mock-pastoral, Burlesque, Couplet, and Mock elegy
Themes:
Death, Food and drink[Ale], and Trades / labour
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Author:
Edward Ward
Confidence:
Speculation (10%)
Comments:
LION
Content/Publication
Title:
The diverting muse [ESTC P6354, T200954] [Part V]
Page No(s):
pp.171-181
Poem Title:
An elegy upon Gammar Bouncly, a most famous breweress of noble ale in the Peak in Derbyshire. Who unfortunately smoother'd herself in her own mashing tub written in burlesque of a bombast pastoral, upon the death of a beautiful lady of considerable quality.
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