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University of Glasgow Library - Euing
The Woful LAMENTATION of JANE SHORE, / A Goldsmith's Wife, in London, sometime King EDWARD the Fourth's CONCUBINE, who / for her Wanton Life came to a Miserable End: Set for the EXAMPLE of all Wicked LIVERS.
Date Published 1693-1695 ?
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Imprint Printed by and for W[.]O. for A.M. and sold by the Booksellers of Pye-corner and Londo[n-Bridge.]
License Licens'd and Enter'd according to Order.
Collection University of Glasgow Library - Euing
Location University of Glasgow Library
Shelfmark Euing Ballads 395
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TitleThe Woful LAMENTATION of JANE SHORE, / A Goldsmith's Wife, in London, sometime King EDWARD the Fourth's CONCUBINE, who / for her Wanton Life came to a Miserable End: Set for the EXAMPLE of all Wicked LIVERS.The Second Part of J. SHORE, wherein her Husband Bewailed the / Estate, her Wantonness, the Wrong of Marriage, and the Fall of Pride.
Tune ImprintTo the Tune of, Live with me, &c.
First LinesIF Rosamond that was so fair, / Had cause her sorrows to declare,IF she that was fair London's Pride, / For Beauty fam'd both far and wide,
RefrainThen wanton Wives in time amend, / For Love and Beauty will have end.
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