EBBA ID: 34043

National Library of Scotland - Crawford 1227
 
The LAMENTATION of Mr. PAGE's WIFE of PLIMOUTH, who be- / ing forced to Wed him. / Consented to his Murder, for the Love of G. Strangwidge; for / which they suffered at Barnstable, in Devonshire.
Date Published 1684-1695 ?
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Imprint Printed by and for Alex. Milbourn in Green-Arbor-Court in / the Little Old-Baily.
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Collection National Library of Scotland - Crawford
Location National Library of Scotland
Shelfmark Crawford.EB.1227
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  Part 1
Title The LAMENTATION of Mr. PAGE's WIFE of PLIMOUTH, who be- / ing forced to Wed him. / Consented to his Murder, for the Love of G. Strangwidge; for / which they suffered at Barnstable, in Devonshire.
Tune Imprint The Tune of, Fortune my Foe, &c.
First Lines UNhappy she whom fortune hath forlorn, / Despis'd of grace, that proffer'd grace did scorn,
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  Part 2
Title Mrs. PAGE's COMPLAINT / For Causing her Husband to be Murthered for / the Love of George Strangwidge.
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First Lines IF ever woe did touch a womans heart, / Or grief did gall for sin the outward part;
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  Part 3
Title GEORGE STRANGWIDGE's / Lamentation for Consenting to Page's Death / for the Love of Ulalia, Page's Wife.
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First Lines THe man that sighs and sorrows for his sin, / The corpse which care and woe hath wraped in
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Ornament
Notes Multiple parts of this ballad were cataloged by holding institution as shelfmarks Crawford.EB.625 and Crawford.EB.792A