The London chaunticleres a witty comoedy full of various and delightfull mirth

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Published by Printed for Simon Miller in London .

Written in English

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SeriesThree centuries of drama, Three centuries of English and American plays, 1500-1830
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[4], 35 p
Number of Pages35
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15142218M

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It deals with the depredations of London Bridge and attempts, realistic or fanciful, to repair it. One of the earliest references to the rhyme in English is in the comedy The London Chaunticleres, printed inbut probably written aboutin which the dairy woman Curds states that she had "danced the building of London-Bridge" at the Whitsun Ales in.

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People think that they want to visit London Bridge until a Londoner takes them there desp. Uma das primeiras referências à rima inglesa, é a comédia The London Chaunticleres, impressa emmas provavelmente tenha sido escrita em[8] em que a leiteira Curds, afirma que "dançou sobre a construção da Ponte de Londres" no festival Whitsun Ale em sua juventude, embora nenhuma das palavras ou ações foram mencionadas.

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It deals with the depredations of London Bridge and attempts, The London chaunticleres book or fanciful, to repair it. A London Bridge Is Falling Down (más címváltozatban My Fair Lady vagy London Bridge) egy számtalan változatban létező tradicionális angol gyermekdal és énekjáték.

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LONDON BRIDGE IS FALLING DOWN is the opening of a nursery rhyme first referenced in The London Chaunticleres (, Anon.). It also alludes back to line 22 (a heap of broken images), 62 (crowd flowing over the bridge), (the river’s tent is broken) and (falling towers).

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