EBBA ID: 20194

Magdalene College - Pepys 1.412-413
 
The cunning Age. / OR / A re-married Woman repenting her Marriage, / Rehearsing her Husbands dishonest carriage. / Being a pleasant Dialogue between a re-married Woman, a Widdow, and a young Wife.
Date Published 1625?
Author John Cart
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Imprint Printed at London for Iohn Trundle.
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Collection Magdalene College - Pepys
Pages 1.412, 1.413
Location Pepys Library
Shelfmark Pepys Ballads 1.412-413
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 Part 1Part 2
TitleThe cunning Age. / OR / A re-married Woman repenting her Marriage, / Rehearsing her Husbands dishonest carriage. / Being a pleasant Dialogue between a re-married Woman, a Widdow, and a young Wife.The Second Part.
Tune ImprintTo the Tune of The Wiving Age.To the same Tune.
First LinesGood morrow, kind Gossip, why whither so fast? / I pray stay a while, I know ther's no haste,BUt stay, who comes yonder? 'tis well ye I tarry'd: / My kinswoman Katherin, she lately was mary'd,
RefrainO this is a hasty Age, / O this is a hasty Age. [with variations]Oh fie on this coozening Age, / O fie on this, &c. [with variations]
Album Page1/2 sheet folio, originally left part, 270 x 1681/2 sheet folio, originally right part, 272 x 173
Conditioncropped right edge, uneven inkinguneven inking
Ornamentvertical rules and cast fleuronsvertical rules and cast fleurons