EBBA 31402

British Library - Roxburghe
 
TRUE LOVE Requited; / Or, The BAILIFF's DAUGHTER of Islington: / The young man's friends the maid did scorn, / 'Cause she was poor and left forlorn, / They sent the Squire to London fair, / To be apprentice seven Years: / And when he out of his Time did come, / He met his Love a going home, / And then to end all further strife, / He took the Maid to be his Wife.
Date Published 1763-1775 ?
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Imprint Printed and Sold in Aldermary Church-Yard, / Bow-Lane, London.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 3.690, 3.691
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.9.690-691
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Title TRUE LOVE Requited; / Or, The BAILIFF's DAUGHTER of Islington: / The young man's friends the maid did scorn, / 'Cause she was poor and left forlorn, / They sent the Squire to London fair, / To be apprentice seven Years: / And when he out of his Time did come, / He met his Love a going home, / And then to end all further strife, / He took the Maid to be his Wife.
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First Lines THERE was a Youth, and a well-beloved Youth, / And he was a Squire's son,
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