Publication details

Id: 92
Ref: STC 18248
Title: Londons Mourning garment, or Funerall Teares: worne and shed for the death of her wealthy Cittizens, and other her inhabitants. To which is added, a zealous and fervent Prayer, with a true relation how many have dyed of all diseases, in every particuler parish within London, the Liberties, and out parishes neere adjoyning from the 14 of July 1603. to the 17 of November. following.
Year: 1603
Author: William Muggins
Printer: Ralph Blower
Categories: James I
Notes: Author's name not printed on the title page. Dedicatory epistle to John Swinnerton is signed William Muggins. The poem is mainly about the plague outbreak that affected London in 1603. It begins and ends, however, with descriptions, written from the perspective of the city of London, of the joy with which the accession of James I and VI was greeted in March 1603.
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