EBBA 30910

British Library - Roxburghe
 
Cupids Delight; Or, / The Two young Lovers broyl'd in love. / This Young-man met his Lover on a Day, / And desired her a while with him to stay; / The Maid was civil, and did not deny, / That she might hear the Young-mans kind reply. / The Young-man desir'd her for to be so kind, / That he might understand part of her mind; / The Maid with honesty, upon my life, / Did yield to be his lawful Married Wife.
Date Published 1671-1702 ?
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Standard Tune
Imprint Printed for J. Deacon, at the sign of the Angel in / Guiltspur-street, without Newgate.
License
Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Page 4.9
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.10.9
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  Part 1
Title Cupids Delight; Or, / The Two young Lovers broyl'd in love. / This Young-man met his Lover on a Day, / And desired her a while with him to stay; / The Maid was civil, and did not deny, / That she might hear the Young-mans kind reply. / The Young-man desir'd her for to be so kind, / That he might understand part of her mind; / The Maid with honesty, upon my life, / Did yield to be his lawful Married Wife.
Tune Imprint The Tune is, If the Door is locked, where I have knocked; Or, the Valiant Trooper.
First Lines THere was two Lovers that met together, / all at a place where there was a Well;
Refrain I'le not change my old love for a new, / for a Girl that wears a Gown of Gold. [with variations]
Condition
Ornament