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Magdalene College - Pepys 1.486-487
 
The woful Lamentation of Mistris Jane Shore, a Gold-smiths VVife / of London, sometimes King Edward the Fourth's Concubine. who for her wanton life came to a miserable / end. Set forth for the example of all wicked livers.
Date Published 1684-1686
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Imprint printed for/ J Clarke,/ W. Thackeray,/ and T. Passinger.
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Collection Magdalene College - Pepys
Pages 1.486, 1.487
Location Pepys Library
Shelfmark Pepys Ballads 1.486-487
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TitleThe woful Lamentation of Mistris Jane Shore, a Gold-smiths VVife / of London, sometimes King Edward the Fourth's Concubine. who for her wanton life came to a miserable / end. Set forth for the example of all wicked 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.
Tune ImprintTune is, Live with me.
First LinesIF Rosamond that was so fair, / Had cause her sorrows to declare,If she that was fair Londons pride / For beauty fam'd both far and wide
RefrainThen wanton Wives in time amend, / For love and beauty will have end. [not final stanza]
Album Pagesingle sheet oblong folio, pasted across 2 pages, 268 x ?334
Conditionall edges cropped, uneven inking
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