EBBA ID: 31147

British Library - Roxburghe 2.546-547
 
The Valiant Virgin; Or, Phillip and Mary; / In a Description of a Young Gentlewoman of Worcestershire (a Rich Gentlemans / Daughter) being in love with a Farmers Son, which her Father despiseing, because / he was poore, caus'd him to be Prest to Sea; And how she Disguised herselfe in / Man's Apparel and followed him; where in the same Ship (she being very expert / in Surgery) was entertain'd as Surgeons Mate, and how loving to him (and skill- / fully to others) she behaved herself in her Office; and he having got a Shot in the / Thigh, how deligent she was to dress him; she never discovering herself to him / untill they came both on Shore: Her Father Dyeing whilst she was at Sea, (He having no more Children the she) they went into the Countrey to take Posses- / sion of her Estate, and to Marry; To the admiration of all that were at the Wedding.
Date Published 1664-1688 ?
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Imprint Printed, for Thomas Passenger at th[e] / three Bibles on London-bridge
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 2.546, 2.547
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.8.546-547
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TitleThe Valiant Virgin; Or, Phillip and Mary; / In a Description of a Young Gentlewoman of Worcestershire (a Rich Gentlemans / Daughter) being in love with a Farmers Son, which her Father despiseing, because / he was poore, caus'd him to be Prest to Sea; And how she Disguised herselfe in / Man's Apparel and followed him; where in the same Ship (she being very expert / in Surgery) was entertain'd as Surgeons Mate, and how loving to him (and skill- / fully to others) she behaved herself in her Office; and he having got a Shot in the / Thigh, how deligent she was to dress him; she never discovering herself to him / untill they came both on Shore: Her Father Dyeing whilst she was at Sea, (He having no more Children the she) they went into the Countrey to take Posses- / sion of her Estate, and to Marry; To the admiration of all that were at the Wedding.The Second Part,
Tune ImprintTo the Tune of, When the Stormy Winds do blow.To the same Tune.
First LinesTO every faithful Lover / that's constant to her dear,THe Gentleman did Press him, / and sent him to the slaughter,
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