The lamenting ladies last farewell to the world. : Who being in a strange exile, bewailes her own misery, complains upon fortune and destiny, describes the manner of her breeding, deplores the losse of her parents, wishing peace and happines to England, which was her native country, and withal resolved for death chearfuly, commended her soule to heaven, and her body to theearth [sic], and quietly departed this life. Anno 1650. To an excellent new tune, called, Oh hone, o hone.
- London : prin[t]ed for Tho: Ve[re] in the Old-Baily at the signe of the Angel, [165-?]
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- Verse: "Mournfull Melyomeny ..."
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