EBBA 31380

British Library - Roxburghe
 
THE / Coy COOK-MAID, / Who was Courted importunately by Irish-Welsh Spa- / nish, French and Dutch, but at last was Conquered by a poor / English Taylor.
Date Published 1696-1715 ?
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Imprint London: Printed for E. Brooksby, at the sign of the Golden-ball, in Pye-corner.
License Licens'd according to Order.
Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Page 3.851
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.9.851
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  Part 1
Title THE / Coy COOK-MAID, / Who was Courted importunately by Irish-Welsh Spa- / nish, French and Dutch, but at last was Conquered by a poor / English Taylor.
Tune Imprint Tune of, There was a Brisk Lass, &c.
First Lines Joan scrub'd up her Rooms, made all things clean, / The Tables, the Chairs and the edge of the Skreen,
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Notes Printed on the recto of EBBA 31379, entitled "The GOOD CHRISTIANS Complaint; / OR, / Poor CHARITY's Languishing Lamentation in a late long and tedious Winter; / Seeing Pride, Envy, Hatred, Malice, with many other Vices, Nourish'd like Darlings in the Bosome of Man kind / whilst Love and Mercy, Truth and Charity, did unregarded Wander like strange Pilgrims. / Concluding with a Seasonable Exhortation to a Christian Life."