EBBA 31222

British Library - Roxburghe
 
The Country-mans delight: / Or, The Happy Wooing: / Being the Successful Loves of / JOHN the SERVING-MAN, / In his Courting of / JOAN the DAIRY-MAID. / John's humble suit Joan does long time withstand, / Till his known Wealth her favour does command; / Then mustering all her Smiles, to him she bends, / And to the bargain straight she condescends: / Now no Objection can retard her Love, / If not of him, she does his Wealth approve; / So women for base Gold their Beauty sell, / To whom so e're bids most, that cursed spell, / Fix'd deep into their Souls, commands them still, / And guider the Reins of their tempestous will.
Date Published 1672-1696 ?
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Imprint Printed for P. Brooksby, at the near the Hospital-gate in West-smithfield.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Page 4.37
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.10.37
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  Part 1
Title The Country-mans delight: / Or, The Happy Wooing: / Being the Successful Loves of / JOHN the SERVING-MAN, / In his Courting of / JOAN the DAIRY-MAID. / John's humble suit Joan does long time withstand, / Till his known Wealth her favour does command; / Then mustering all her Smiles, to him she bends, / And to the bargain straight she condescends: / Now no Objection can retard her Love, / If not of him, she does his Wealth approve; / So women for base Gold their Beauty sell, / To whom so e're bids most, that cursed spell, / Fix'd deep into their Souls, commands them still, / And guider the Reins of their tempestous will.
Tune Imprint To a New Play-house Tune: / Dolly and Molly.
First Lines QUoth Iohn to Ioan wilt thou have me? / I prithee now wilt thou, i'le marry with thee
Refrain Say my Joan, say my Joan, what wilt thou do? / I cannot, I cannot come every every day to wooe. [with variation]
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Ornament