Document ReferencePw V 214
TitleMS poem, entitled 'The Royall Health in 6 movem<en>ts to ffarinells Ground Sung to a Theorbo', by Thomas D'Urfey; n.d.
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionText consists of 50 lines.

The printed version in 'Wit and Mirth' is entitled 'The King's Health: Set to Farinel's Ground In Six Parts' (see Simpson, The British Broadside Ballad and its Music, pp 216-18).
Title Of WorkThe Royall Health in 6 movem<en>ts to ffarinells Ground Sung to a Theorbo
First Line of PoemAll Joy to Great Cazar
Last Line of Poemffor none ere could Loue, or be wise, & rebell
Physical DescriptionOne sheet folded once to form two folios
Descriptive FeaturesWatermark: Post Horn within ornate shield, 78 x 55 mm

WatermarkHorn (ornate shield)
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Publication NoteT. D'Urfey, Several New Songs (London, 1684) pp 13-18
T. D'Urfey, Wit and Mirth: on Pills to Purge Melancholy, 6 vols (London 1719-20/ New York, 1959) II, pp 152-56

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA74443Farinelli; Michel (1649-); French violinist and singing-master1649-
NA31732D'Urfey; Thomas (1653-1723); Mr; poet and dramatist1653-1723
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