EBBA 30566

British Library - Roxburghe
 
A dainty new Dialogue between HENRY and ELIZABETH. / Being the good Wives Vindication, and the bad Husbands Reformation. / This new composed gallant Ditty, is to be sung in Town and City. / This Ballad is both compriz'd and penn'd / To teach bad Husbands how their lives to mend: / All you good Wives, the which bad Husbands have, / For your own good, let me this favour crave, / One Penny on this Ditty to bestow, / And carry it to your Husbands for to show; / It may in time make you twice over glad, / When as you see him good that was so bad.
Date Published 1670-1677 ?
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Page 2.100
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.8.100
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Title A dainty new Dialogue between HENRY and ELIZABETH. / Being the good Wives Vindication, and the bad Husbands Reformation. / This new composed gallant Ditty, is to be sung in Town and City. / This Ballad is both compriz'd and penn'd / To teach bad Husbands how their lives to mend: / All you good Wives, the which bad Husbands have, / For your own good, let me this favour crave, / One Penny on this Ditty to bestow, / And carry it to your Husbands for to show; / It may in time make you twice over glad, / When as you see him good that was so bad.
Tune Imprint The Tune is, The Tyrant.
First Lines COme hither sweet Husband / and listen to me,
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