|Author:||Elderton, William, d. 1592?|
|Title:||A ballad intituled, A newe well a daye/ as playne maister papist, as Donstable waye. Well a daye well a daye, well a daye woe is mee Syr Thomas Plomtrie is hanged on a tree.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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A ballad intituled, A newe well a daye/ as playne maister papist, as Donstable waye. Well a daye well a daye, well a daye woe is mee Syr Thomas Plomtrie is hanged on a tree.
Elderton, William, d. 1592?
Imprinted at London: in Fleestrete [sic] beneath the conduit, at the signe of S. John Euangelist, by Thomas Colwell, 
Ballads, English -- 16th century.
A Ballad Intituled,