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The Wife, a Poem. Express'd in a Compleat Wife. with an Elegy on the Untimely Death of the Author, Poyson'd in the Tower, &c. by Sir Thomas Overbury. the Seventeenth Edition

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Bodleian Library (Oxford)

T052492

First published in 1614 as 'A wife, now a widowe'. Also issued as part of 'A collection of the best English poetry, by several hands', 1717.

London: printed and sold by H. Hills, 1709. 16p.; 8°

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