Broadside Ballads: England



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Queen Eleanor becomes jealous of Henry's lover and executes her.

Subject Headings (Library of Congress)

Henry II, King of England, 1133-1189; Eleanor, of Aquitaine, Queen, consort of Henry II, King of England, 1122?-1204; Adultery; Jealousy; Nobility; Aristocracy (Social class); Kings and rulers; Queens; Mistresses; Women poisoners; Murder; Death; Bereavement; Imprisonment; Richard I, King of England, 1157-1199; Popular music -- England -- 19th century; Popular music -- England -- 18th century;

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Original Format

broadsides (notices); songs (documents)

Original Collection

Kenneth Goldstein Collection, Archives and Special Collections, University of Mississippi Libraries


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Occasioned by her Brother's praising her Beauty to two young Knights of Salisbury, as they rid along the road.

The Unfortunate Concubine



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