EBBA 31814

University of Glasgow Library - Euing
 
The North-countrey Maids resolution & love to her Sweetheart. / Her Daddy and Mammy she'l rather forsake, / Then be seperated from her loving Mate: / She sold all her Linnen, her Goods and her Geer / And followe her Sweet-heart his Snapsack to bear.
Date Published 1623-1661 ?
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Imprint London; Printed for F. Grove dwellingon Snow-hill.
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Collection University of Glasgow Library - Euing
Location University of Glasgow Library
Shelfmark Euing Ballads 257
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TitleThe North-countrey Maids resolution & love to her Sweetheart. / Her Daddy and Mammy she'l rather forsake, / Then be seperated from her loving Mate: / She sold all her Linnen, her Goods and her Geer / And followe her Sweet-heart his Snapsack to bear.The second part;
Tune ImprintTo a pleasant new Northern Tune.to the same tune:
First LinesAS from Newcastle I did pass, / I heard a blithe and bonny Lass,WHatsoever shall of my selfe betide, / Where thou shalt either goe or ride,
RefrainO my dainty Cavalilly man, / My finikin Cavalilly man, / For Gods Cause and the Protestants, / I prethee le me gang with thee man.O my dainty Cavalilly man; / My finikin Cavalilly man, / For Gods Cause and the Protestants, / I prethee le me goe with thee man.
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