EBBA 32063

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A Looking Glasse for Maids. / OR, / The Downfall of two desperate Lovers. / Hinry Hartlowe and William Martin, both lately living in the Isle of Wight, who for the / love of Anne Scabborow, a beatifull Virgin, she having first made herself sure to one of / them, & afterwards fel off to the other, chaleng'd the field, where after a cruel fight they / were both mortally wounded, and were found dead upon the place by the aforemen- / tioned Maiden, who bestowed many tears upon their bodies, buried them both in one / Grave. / And now she lies in grief and sad distresse, / Wishing all Lovers true, more happinesse.
Date Published 1644-1682 ?
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Imprint Printed for Tho, Vere at the sign of the Angel without Newgate,
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TitleA Looking Glasse for Maids. / OR, / The Downfall of two desperate Lovers. / Hinry Hartlowe and William Martin, both lately living in the Isle of Wight, who for the / love of Anne Scabborow, a beatifull Virgin, she having first made herself sure to one of / them, & afterwards fel off to the other, chaleng'd the field, where after a cruel fight they / were both mortally wounded, and were found dead upon the place by the aforemen- / tioned Maiden, who bestowed many tears upon their bodies, buried them both in one / Grave. / And now she lies in grief and sad distresse, / Wishing all Lovers true, more happinesse.The second part,
Tune ImprintThe tune is, Aim not too high,To the same tune,
First LinesVNhappy I, who in this prime of youth, / Unkind to him with whom I broak my truth;When word was brought to them I quickly went / But e'r i came their lives alas was spent,
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