EBBA ID: 36085

Manchester Central Library - Blackletter Ballads 2.20
 
The Revvard of Murther, / In the Execution of Richard Smith, for murther- / ing Mary Davis widdow, to whom hee made a promise of / Marriage after he had gotten her with Childe: she was found drownd / in a Pond neare More Fields, the 27. of November last, and the / said Richard Smith, executed this present Saterday, being / the 12. of Dccember, 1640. for the same fact.
Date Published 1640?
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Collection Manchester Central Library - Blackletter Ballads
Page 2.20
Location Manchester Central Library
Shelfmark BR f 821.04 B49
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      Part 1
    Title The Revvard of Murther, / In the Execution of Richard Smith, for murther- / ing Mary Davis widdow, to whom hee made a promise of / Marriage after he had gotten her with Childe: she was found drownd / in a Pond neare More Fields, the 27. of November last, and the / said Richard Smith, executed this present Saterday, being / the 12. of Dccember, 1640. for the same fact.
    Tune Imprint To the tune of, Ned Smith.
    First Lines ALl men that now are here, / that come to see me die,
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    Notes Pasted onto the same sheet as EBBA 36084, "The Weeping Widdow. / Or, The sorrowfull Ladies Letter to her beloved Children, mixt with / Prayers and Teares; with a Sad expression concerning the downfall of / her thrice Renowned Husband. / Motto. Unto the Children of my deare Affection, / Deliver this according to direction."