EBBA 30457

British Library - Roxburghe
 
A Looking=glass for Maids: / OR, / The Downfal of two most Desperate Lovers. / Henry Hartlove and William Martin, both late living in the Isle of Wight, who for the love of Ann / Scarborow a beautiful Virgin, she having made her self sure to one of them, and afterwards fell off / to the other, they challenged the field, where after a cruel fight, they were morally Wounded / and found dead on the place by the forementioned Maiden, who bestowed many tears on their bo- / dies, and buried them in one Grave. / And now she lives in grief and sad distress, / Wishing all Lovers true more happiness.
Date Published 1644-1682 ?
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Imprint London, Printed for Tho. Vere, at the Angel without Newgate.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 3.154, 3.155
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.9.154-155
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  Part 1
Title A Looking=glass for Maids: / OR, / The Downfal of two most Desperate Lovers. / Henry Hartlove and William Martin, both late living in the Isle of Wight, who for the love of Ann / Scarborow a beautiful Virgin, she having made her self sure to one of them, and afterwards fell off / to the other, they challenged the field, where after a cruel fight, they were morally Wounded / and found dead on the place by the forementioned Maiden, who bestowed many tears on their bo- / dies, and buried them in one Grave. / And now she lives in grief and sad distress, / Wishing all Lovers true more happiness.
Tune Imprint Tune is, Aim not too High.
First Lines UNhappy I who in the prime of youth, / Unkind to him with whom I broke my truth
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