EBBA ID: 20051

Magdalene College - Pepys 1.122-123
 
The vnnaturall Wife: / Or, / The lamentable Murther, of one goodman Dauis, Locke- / Smith in Tutle-streete, who was stabbed to death by his Wife, / on the 29. of Iune, 1628. For which fact, She was Araigned, / Condemned, and Adiudged. to be Burnt to Death in / Smithfield, the 12. Iuly 1628.
Date Published 1628
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Imprint Printed at London for M. T. Widdow.
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Collection Magdalene College - Pepys
Pages 1.122, 1.123
Location Pepys Library
Shelfmark Pepys Ballads 1.122-123r
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TitleThe vnnaturall Wife: / Or, / The lamentable Murther, of one goodman Dauis, Locke- / Smith in Tutle-streete, who was stabbed to death by his Wife, / on the 29. of Iune, 1628. For which fact, She was Araigned, / Condemned, and Adiudged. to be Burnt to Death in / Smithfield, the 12. Iuly 1628.The second part.
Tune ImprintTo the tune of Bragandary.To the same Tune.
First LinesIF woefull obiects may excite, / the minde to ruth and pittie,I And my Husband foorth had bin, / at Supper at that time,
Refrainoh murther, / most inhumane, / To spill my Husbands blood. [not final stanza]oh murther, / most inhumane, / To spill my Husbands blood.
Album Page1/2 sheet folio, originally left part, hinged, 222 x 1461/2 sheet folio, originally right part, hinged, 227 x 190
Conditionholed, creased, uneven inking, verso shows throughcreased, damaged surface, uneven inking, verso shows through
Ornamentcast fleuronscast fleurons