The killing of Prince Rupert's dog, named 'Boy', during the battle of Marston Moor, during the English civil war. A dog's elegy, or Rupert's tears for the late defeat at Marston-Moore ... London, July 27, 1644. A woodcut showing a witch, a cavalier and Prince Rupert's dog. Image taken from: A Dog's Elegy, or Rupert's tears for the late defeat at Marston-Moore, ... where his beloved dog, named Boy, was killed by a valliant souldier, who had skill in necromancy. Likewise the strange breed of this shagg'd cavalier ... with all his tricks and feats. Source: E.3.(17). Language: English.

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The killing of Prince Rupert's dog, named 'Boy', during the battle of Marston Moor, during the English civil war. A dog's elegy, or Rupert's tears for the late defeat at Marston-Moore ... London, July 27, 1644. A woodcut showing a witch, a cavalier and Prince Rupert's dog. Image taken from: A Dog's Elegy, or Rupert's tears for the late defeat at Marston-Moore, ... where his beloved dog, named Boy, was killed by a valliant souldier, who had skill in necromancy. Likewise the strange breed of this shagg'd cavalier ... with all his tricks and feats. Source: E.3.(17). Language: English.

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Image ID: R4X9FY