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Title: The fair maid of Dunsmore's lamentation. Occasioned by Lord Wigmore, once governour of Warwick-Castle. Being a full and true relation, how Lord Wigmore enticed the fair Isabel of Dunsmore, in Warwick-shire, a shepherds daughter, to his bed; she afterwards perceiving her self to be with child by him, rather than she would undergo the vulgar disgrace amongst her friends, did stab her self, and dyed immediately. Tune of, Troy town. With allowance.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The fair maid of Dunsmore's lamentation. Occasioned by Lord Wigmore, once governour of Warwick-Castle. Being a full and true relation, how Lord Wigmore enticed the fair Isabel of Dunsmore, in Warwick-shire, a shepherds daughter, to his bed; she afterwards perceiving her self to be with child by him, rather than she would undergo the vulgar disgrace amongst her friends, did stab her self, and dyed immediately. Tune of, Troy town. With allowance.
[London]: Printed for J. Wright, J. Clarke, W. Thackeray, and T. Passinger, [between 1681-1684]
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B03460.0001.001

Contents
The Fair Maid of Dunsmore's Lamentation.
Fair Isabells mournful Recantation,
colophon