EBBA ID: 31375

British Library - Roxburghe 3.857
 
The Gloucester-shire TRAGEDY: Or, / The LOVERS Down-Fall. / Showing how an Old Miser of a vast Estate, would have married his Daughter to a Covetous, Rich Knight, whom she could not Love; after which, he / consented to a young Gentleman to Court her, but as soon as they were Engaged to each other, he kept her from him, whereupon she denied him Marriage without her Father's / Consent: How he Poisoned himself, and afterwards his Ghost appear'd to her with a burning Torch: How she was poison'd, which caused her Father to stab himself, &c
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Page 3.857
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Title The Gloucester-shire TRAGEDY: Or, / The LOVERS Down-Fall. / Showing how an Old Miser of a vast Estate, would have married his Daughter to a Covetous, Rich Knight, whom she could not Love; after which, he / consented to a young Gentleman to Court her, but as soon as they were Engaged to each other, he kept her from him, whereupon she denied him Marriage without her Father's / Consent: How he Poisoned himself, and afterwards his Ghost appear'd to her with a burning Torch: How she was poison'd, which caused her Father to stab himself, &c
Tune Imprint To the Tune of, The Palatine Lovers.
First Lines NEar Golford Town, we hear, / Of late in Gloucester-shire,
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