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2 edition of ballad of Jane Shore found in the catalog.

ballad of Jane Shore

Donagh MacDonagh

ballad of Jane Shore

by Donagh MacDonagh

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Published by Dolmen Press in Dublin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shore, Jane, -- d.1527.

  • Edition Notes

    Limited edition of 250 copies.

    Statementwith a design cut by Eric Patton.
    SeriesDolmen Chapbook -- 1
    ContributionsPatton, Eric.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[4]p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16537812M

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The Woeful Lamentation of Jane Shore is an English broadside ballad from the 17th century. It tells the story of Jane Shore, a mistress of King Edward IV, and her downfall after the death of of the broadside can be found at the British Library, the University of.

The Tune’s Beginning: William Corkine The tune of Marlowe’s ballad Come live with me and be my love was composed by William Corkine (or Corkyn?) and published with many lyre-viol lessons at the end of his Second Book of Ayres ().

William Corkine was an English composer, lutenist, gambit and lyra viol with his Second Book of Ayres he also published a first book ina. - The Ballad of Jane Shore, Dolmen Press, Dublin ; - The Oxford Book of Irish Verse: XVIIth Century - XXth Century, Clarendon Press, Oxford (editor with Lennox Robinson) - A Warning to Conquerors, Dolmen Press, Dublin (preface by Niall Sheridan) Plays.

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Rowe’s Jane Shore Designed For Mrs. Oldfield To a Lady, With the Temple of Fame The Challenge a Court BalladFile Size: 2MB. The same ballad introduces Jane's false friend Mistress Blage, who urges her companion to accept Edward's advances because she considers it "a gallant thing / To be beloved of a king" (lines ).

Thus counseled, Mistress Shore embraces her new position. A / DIALOGUE / between / the D. of C. and the D. of P. / at their meeting in / PARIS, / With the Ghost of Jane shore.

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