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GB-Lbl Add. Ms. 31992
Library: London, The British Library
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GB-LblAdd31992 has 181 entries

4 Voc
1a From Citheran La:p:al:5:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 3r
1b Secunda pars
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 3v
1c Tertia pars
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 4r
2 While yt ye somme La:p:all:5:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 4v
5 Voc
3 An aged dame La:p:all:3:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 4v
4 Syth death La:p:all:3:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 5v
5 O Lord how downe La:p:all:1:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 5v
6 O Lorde how vame La:p:vasio (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 6r
7 O god but god La:p:all:1:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 6v
8 O that we avfull La Sda all:3:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 7r
9 O god geue care La Sda all:3:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 7v
10 Myne eyes wi La Sda al:3:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 8r
11 Euen from ye depth La p:al:8:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 8r
12 O god whome La P:al:5:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 8v
13a Aryse o lorde La Sda al:3:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 9r
13b Secunda pars
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 9v
14 Ah youthfull yeres La p:all:3:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 9v
15 As I behilde La Sda al:3:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 10v
16 Who likes to loue La p:al:3:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 11v
17 In toure most bye La Sda al:3:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 11v
18 Though Amarillis La p:al:3:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 12r
19 O Happie thryse La p:al:3:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 12v
20 In filds abroade La Sda al:1:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 13r
21 My mind to me La p:al:3:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 13v
22 When first by force La p:al:3:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 13v
23 Wheare fancy La Sda al:3:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 14r
24 Ah golden hare La Sda al:3:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 14v
25 When Phebus La p:vasio (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 15r
26 Ye sacred muses La Sda al:3:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 15v
27 Come to me greefe La p al.1:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 16r
28 Of gould all burnisht La p:al:5:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 16v
29 As Caesar wepte La p:vasio (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 17v
30 With sighs and teares La p:vasio (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 17v
31 Susanna faire La P:vasio (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 18r
32 Weepinge full sore La p al:3:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 18v
33 Why doe Fuse La Sda al:3:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 19v
34 La virginela La pri al:3:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 20r
35 My fredome ah La p al:3:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 20v
36 What steps of stryfe La p:vasio (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 20v
37 Lullaby La p:al:3:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 21v
38 Blessed is he La p:al:5:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 22v
39 Lorde in thy wrath La P:al:5:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 22v
40 O Lorde o lorde La p:al:5:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 23r
41 The man is blest La p:al:Sda:t (Mr Byrde)
 (OT)    -   GB-LblAdd31992 / 23v