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Henry our royall king would ride a hunting

DMI number:
37616
First Line:
Henry our royall king would ride a hunting
Last Line:
And now sir John Cockle I bid you adieu
Poem Genre / Form:
Ballad and Sestet abcbdd
Themes:
Glories of past ages, Sport[hunting], and The monarchy (heads of state)[Henry II]
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When as our royal king came home from Nottingham
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And thus Sir John Cockle I bid you adieu
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Title:
Reliques of ancient English poetry [2nd ed] [Vol 3] [T83735] [ECCO]
Page No(s):
pp.180-189
Poem Title:
XX. The King And Miller of Mansfield.
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Title:
Reliques of ancient English poetry [3rd ed] [Vol 3] [T82693] [ECCO]
Page No(s):
pp.180-189
Poem Title:
XX. The King And Miller of Mansfield.
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Title:
Reliques of ancient English poetry [4th ed] [Vol 3] [T81998] [ECCO]
Page No(s):
pp.180-189
Poem Title:
XX. The King And Miller of Mansfield.
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Title:
Reliques of ancient English poetry [Dublin] [Vol 3] [T83734] [ECCO]
Page No(s):
pp.152-160
Poem Title:
XX. The King And Miller of Mansfield.
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Title:
Reliques of ancient English poetry [London and Frankfurt] [Vol 3] [T84265] [ECCO]
Page No(s):
pp.157-165
Poem Title:
XX. The King And Miller of Mansfield.
Attribution:
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Not attributed
Title:
Reliques of ancient English poetry [Vol 3] [T84936] [ECCO]
Page No(s):
pp.180-189
Poem Title:
XX. The King And Miller of Mansfield.
Attribution:
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Not attributed