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Hall, Thomas. Funebria Floræ, the Downfall of May-Games: wherein is set forth the rudeness, prophaneness, stealing, drinking, fighting, dancing, whoring, mis-rule, mis-spence of precious time, contempt of God, and godly Magistrats, Ministers and People, which oppose the Rascality and rout, in this their open prophaneness, and Heathenish Customs. Occasioned by the generall complaint of the rudeness of people in this kinde, in this Interval of settlement. Here you have Twenty Arguments against these prophane Sports, and all the Cavills made by the Belialists of the Time, refelled and Answered. Together with an Addition of some Verses in the close, for the delight of the ingenious Reader. By Tho. Hall, B.D. and pastor of Kings-norton. London: printed for Henry Mortlock at the Phænix in St. Pauls Church-yard, near the little north-door, 1660. [4], 42, [6] pp. 4to.

ESTC notes existence of unpaginated variant. Capitalization of title as on t.-p. of 2nd. edn.


Copies

  • Birmingham Central Libraries
  • BL
  • Guildhall Library
  • Oxford University Bodleian Library
  • Shakespeare Birthplace Trust
  • University of Leeds Brotherton Library
  • Folger Shakespeare Library
  • Harvard University Library
  • Huntington Library
  • Library Company of Philadelphia
  • University of California, Los Angeles, William Andrews Clark Memorial Library
  • University of Illinois Library
  • University of Texas Library
  • Williams College, Chapin Library
  • Yale University, Sterling Memorial Library.


Bibliographical sources

  • ESTC.


Citation


Later editions/printings