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University of Glasgow Library - Euing 394
 
The Woful Lamentation of Mistris Jane Shore, a Goldsmiths Wife / in London, sometime King Edward the Fourth's Concubine, who for her wanton life, came to a miserable end. Set / forth for the example of all lewd Livers.
Date Published 1663-1674
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Imprint Printed for F. Coles, T. Vere, and J. Wright.
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Collection University of Glasgow Library - Euing
Location University of Glasgow Library
Shelfmark Euing Ballads 394
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TitleThe Woful Lamentation of Mistris Jane Shore, a Goldsmiths Wife / in London, sometime King Edward the Fourth's Concubine, who for her wanton life, came to a miserable end. Set / forth for the example of all lewd Livers.The second Part of Jane Shore, wherein her sorrowful husband bewaileth his own estate, and / Wives wantonness, the wrong of Marriage, the fall of Pride, being a warning for all women to take / heed by.
Tune ImprintThe Tune is, Live with me.To the same Tune.
First LinesIF Rosamond that was so fair, / Had cause her sorrows to declareIF she that was fair Londons pride, / For beauty fam'd both far and wide,
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