EBBA ID: 22036

Magdalene College - Pepys 5.201
 
Love's Mighty Conquest: or / Beauty's Debate for Love and Liberty. / A Pleasant New PLAY-SONG. / Contending Beauty with much Ardor Strove, / Which was superiour Liberty and Love; / A Chast reservedness with melting Charms, / That Lovers find in one anothers Arms: / Till mighty Love the Conquest gains at last, / And his great Power by Liberty's surpast.
Date Published 1686?
Author Thomas D'Urfey
Standard Tune
Imprint LONDON, Printed for Richard Butler in Rothwell in York-shire, and White-Lyon- / Court in Barbican.
License With Allowance.
Collection Magdalene College - Pepys
Page 5.201
Location Pepys Library
Shelfmark Pepys Ballads 5.201
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  Part 1
Title Love's Mighty Conquest: or / Beauty's Debate for Love and Liberty. / A Pleasant New PLAY-SONG. / Contending Beauty with much Ardor Strove, / Which was superiour Liberty and Love; / A Chast reservedness with melting Charms, / That Lovers find in one anothers Arms: / Till mighty Love the Conquest gains at last, / And his great Power by Liberty's surpast.
Tune Imprint To A New Play House Tune.
First Lines LIberty's the Soul of Living, / Every Hours new Joys receiving,
Refrain
Album Page 1/2 sheet folio, 268 x 140
Condition
Ornament horizontal and vertical rules