EBBA 30057

British Library - Roxburghe
 
The Despairing Lover, / Whose minde was much tormented, / Because of his True-Love / Hee thought hee was prevented.
Date Published 1624-1680 ?
Author Edward Ford
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Imprint London, Printed for F. Coules, dwelling in / the Old-Bayly.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 1.82 Verso, 1.83 Verso
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.7.82-83
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TitleThe Despairing Lover, / Whose minde was much tormented, / Because of his True-Love / Hee thought hee was prevented.A constant and a kinde Maid. / Which saved a proper Young-mans life, / And after proved his loving Wife.
Tune ImprintTo the tune of, Aime not too high.To the same tune.
First LinesBReake heart and dye, i may no longer live, / To enioy this world nothing that I will give,COntent thy selfe my love and doe not dye, / Thy life I love, thy death I doe defie;
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Notes Printed on the verso of EBBA 30058, entitled "OR / A merry discourse, twixt him and his Ioane, / That sometimes did live as never did none, / But now at the last she proves very kinde, / And doth what heed have her, as here you may finde."