EBBA 20773

Magdalene College - Pepys
 
The Ruined Lovers. / Being a Narrative of a Young Man that dyed for his cruel Mistris, in June / last, who not long after his death, upon consideration of his entire affecti- / on and her own coyness, could not be comforted, but lingred out her / days in Melancholly, fell desperate sick, and so dyed.
Date Published 1685
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Imprint Printed for I. Clarke, W. Thackeray, and T. Passinger.
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Collection Magdalene College - Pepys
Page 2.154
Location Pepys Library
Shelfmark Pepys Ballads 2.154v
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TitleThe Ruined Lovers. / Being a Narrative of a Young Man that dyed for his cruel Mistris, in June / last, who not long after his death, upon consideration of his entire affecti- / on and her own coyness, could not be comforted, but lingred out her / days in Melancholly, fell desperate sick, and so dyed.[?cropped]
Tune ImprintTo the same Tune.
First LinesMArs shall to Cupid now submit, / for he hath gain'd the Glory,THe Uirgin when she heard the news, / was very greatly troubled,
Refrainlove me or you'l undo me. [stanzas 2-6]thy death hath quite undone me. [stanzas 7-12]
Album Page1/2 sheet oblong folio, hinged, ?200 x 305
Conditioncropped top edge, uneven inking, recto shows through
Ornamentcast fleurons