EBBA 30755

British Library - Roxburghe
 
The loving Chamber Maid. / Or, Vindication of a departed Maidenhead. / Being the Art to lye with a Man and yet be a Virgin. / Maidens----but Ah what is a maid I pray / An infant Female that scarce views the day, / For e're the things we Virgins call aspire / To 13 years, they feed a strange desire: / Longing for what themselves can scarcely tell, / Which strange desire of make their bellies swell / And then what 'tis they know too fatal well.
Date Published 1672-1696 ?
Author
Standard Tune
Imprint Printed for Phil. Brooksby at the Golden Ball in West-smithfield.
License
Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Page 2.303
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.8.303
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  Part 1
Title The loving Chamber Maid. / Or, Vindication of a departed Maidenhead. / Being the Art to lye with a Man and yet be a Virgin. / Maidens----but Ah what is a maid I pray / An infant Female that scarce views the day, / For e're the things we Virgins call aspire / To 13 years, they feed a strange desire: / Longing for what themselves can scarcely tell, / Which strange desire of make their bellies swell / And then what 'tis they know too fatal well.
Tune Imprint To a New Tune
First Lines SHut the door after me, / pull off the Boule,
Refrain And all the World / shall ne'r me perswade, / But that I'm a maid, / Ay a very good maid. [with variation]
Condition
Ornament