EBBA 30593

British Library - Roxburghe
 
Diana's Darling, Or / The Modish Courtier. / The fair Diana whom the amorous Swains, / Had strove to vanquish with a deal of pains, / At last by Hylas modish courtship prest, / Grants him that favour she deny'd the rest, / By whose Examples future Lovers may, / Learn by what means their Mistress to enjoy.
Date Published 1675?
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Standard Tune
Imprint
License With Allowance.
Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Page 2.107
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.8.107
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  Part 1
Title Diana's Darling, Or / The Modish Courtier. / The fair Diana whom the amorous Swains, / Had strove to vanquish with a deal of pains, / At last by Hylas modish courtship prest, / Grants him that favour she deny'd the rest, / By whose Examples future Lovers may, / Learn by what means their Mistress to enjoy.
Tune Imprint To an excellent new Tune much in request called Diana's a nymph.
First Lines DIana's a Nymph so chast and so fair / That Venus her self may not with her compare,
Refrain Then ever hereafter all honor and fame, / Shall be render'd be render'd to Diana's great Name.
Condition
Ornament