EBBA ID: 30467

British Library - Roxburghe 3.166-167
 
The kind hearted Creature: Or / The prettest iest that er’e you knew, / Yet Il’e say nothing but what is true: / I once heard of a cunning Whore, / But ner’e the like of this before.
Date Published 1624-1680 ?
Author Richard Crimsal
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Imprint London printed for F. Coules.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 3.166, 3.167
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.9.166-167
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TitleThe kind hearted Creature: Or / The prettest iest that er’e you knew, / Yet Il’e say nothing but what is true: / I once heard of a cunning Whore, / But ner’e the like of this before.The second part
Tune ImprintTo the tune of the Mother beguiled the Daughter.To the same tune.
First LinesAL you that are disposed now, / to heare a merry iest,ANd if it haue a Hammer, / then sure a Smith was he,
RefrainSing Boyes, drinke Boyes, / why should we not be merry: / I'le tell you of a bonny Lasse, / and her Loue beyond the Ferry. | Yet she will sing, and alwayes say / drinke round and let's be merry, / I haue a loue in Lankeshire, / and a litle beyond the ferrSing Boyes &c.
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Ornament