EBBA 31355

British Library - Roxburghe
 
True-love Requited: / Or, The Bayliffs daughter of Islington. / The youngmans friends the maid did scorn, / 'Cause she was poor and left forlorn, / They sent the Esquire to London fair, / To be an Apprentice seven-year, / And when he out on's time was come, / He met his love a going home, / And then to end all farther strife, / He took the maid to be his wife.
Date Published 1672-1696 ?
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Imprint Printed for P. Brooksby, at the Golden / Ball in WestSmithfield.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Page 4.56
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.10.56
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  Part 1
Title True-love Requited: / Or, The Bayliffs daughter of Islington. / The youngmans friends the maid did scorn, / 'Cause she was poor and left forlorn, / They sent the Esquire to London fair, / To be an Apprentice seven-year, / And when he out on's time was come, / He met his love a going home, / And then to end all farther strife, / He took the maid to be his wife.
Tune Imprint To a North Countrey Tune. Or, I have a good old mother at home.
First Lines THere was a youth, and a well belov'd youth / And he was a Esquires Son,
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Ornament