EBBA 30805

British Library - Roxburghe
 
The Northern Lasses lamentation, / OR / The unhappy Maids Misfortune / Since she did from her friends depart / No earthly thing can cheer her heart / But still she doth her case Lament, / Being always fill'd with discontent, / Resolving to do nought but mourn, / Till to the North she doth return
Date Published 1675?
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License With Allowance.
Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Page 2.367
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.8.367
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  Part 1
Title The Northern Lasses lamentation, / OR / The unhappy Maids Misfortune / Since she did from her friends depart / No earthly thing can cheer her heart / But still she doth her case Lament, / Being always fill'd with discontent, / Resolving to do nought but mourn, / Till to the North she doth return
Tune Imprint To the tune I would I were in my own Country.
First Lines A North Countrey Lass / up to London did pass
Refrain O the Oak, the Ash, and the bonny Ivy Tree / doth flourish at home in my own Country. [with variation]
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Ornament