The unjust uncle: or, The perjur'd maid of Essex's unfortunate destiny: who having made a solemn contract with a young man of that same county, was perswaded by her uncle to forsake him and marry another: for which, as a just example of her inconstancy, she dy'd in their presence so soon as she broke her vows. To the tune of The languishing swain. Licensed according to order

London : Printed for Josiah. Blare, at the Looking-Glass on London-Bridge., between 1682-1700

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