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Lord F and Alice Lowe

This ballad concerns the trial and acquittal of Alice Lowe in 1842, for the theft of property from Lord Frankfort, with whom at the time she was co-habiting. The name 'Frankfort' has been written in ink in the title as has '1842 Novr'. First line reads: You ladies all both great and small. In two columns with an illustration above the first. Tune: Nice young man.