EBBA 31280

British Library - Roxburghe
 
THE / Fair Maid of Dunsmore's LAMENTATION: / Occasion'd by / Lord WIGMORE, once Governour of Warwick Castle: / Being a full and true Relation how he entic'd Fair Isabel of Dunsmore, in Warwickshire, / a Shepherd's Daughter, to his Bed; and she perceiving herself with Child by him, rather than / under go the Disgrace amongst her Friends, stabbed herself, and died immediately.
Date Published 1696-1709 ?
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License Licens'd and Enter'd.
Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Page 3.893
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.9.893
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Title THE / Fair Maid of Dunsmore's LAMENTATION: / Occasion'd by / Lord WIGMORE, once Governour of Warwick Castle: / Being a full and true Relation how he entic'd Fair Isabel of Dunsmore, in Warwickshire, / a Shepherd's Daughter, to his Bed; and she perceiving herself with Child by him, rather than / under go the Disgrace amongst her Friends, stabbed herself, and died immediately.
Tune Imprint To the Tune of, Troy Town, &c.
First Lines ALl you that ever heard the name / of Wigmore, that renowned Lord,
Refrain A lustful love did cause his Woe, / Which did his Honour overthrow. [with variation] | With sighs she cries, Heaven pitty me; / Lord Wigmore this is long of thee. [with variation]
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