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Manchester Central Library - Blackletter Ballads
The wofull lamentation of Mistris Iane Shore a Goldsmiths wife of / London, sometimes K. Edwards Concubine, who for her wanton life came to / a most miserable end. Set forth for an example to all lewd women.
Date Published 1620?
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Imprint At London printed by G.P[.]
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Collection Manchester Central Library - Blackletter Ballads
Page 1.36
Location Manchester Central Library
Shelfmark BR f 821.04 B49
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TitleThe wofull lamentation of Mistris Iane Shore a Goldsmiths wife of / London, sometimes K. Edwards Concubine, who for her wanton life came to / a most miserable end. Set forth for an example to all lewd women.The second part of Iane Shore: wherein h[er] sorrowfull husband bewaileth his owne estate, h[is] / wiues wantonnesse, the wrongs of marriage, and the fall of pride: a warning for all / wanton women to take heed by.
Tune ImprintTo the tune of Liue with me.To the tune of Liue with me.
First LinesIF Rosamond that was so fair, / Had cause her sorrowes to declare,IF she that was faire Londons pride, / For beauty fam'd both far and wide,
RefrainThen wanton wiues in time amend, / For loue and beauty will haue end.
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