EBBA 31835

University of Glasgow Library - Euing
 
God speed the Plow, and bless the Corn-mow. / OR, / A new merry Dialogue between a Plowman and a Servingman. / The Servingman most stoutly doth dispute. / The Husbandman his speeches doth confute / The Servingman sayes his Calling is the best, / The Plowman sayes in that he does but jest, / But in conclusion as I do understand / The Husbandman he got the better hand.
Date Published 1647-1665 ?
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Imprint Printed for W. Gilbertson at the sign of the Bible in Gilt-spur-street.
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Collection University of Glasgow Library - Euing
Location University of Glasgow Library
Shelfmark Euing Ballads 127
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Title God speed the Plow, and bless the Corn-mow. / OR, / A new merry Dialogue between a Plowman and a Servingman. / The Servingman most stoutly doth dispute. / The Husbandman his speeches doth confute / The Servingman sayes his Calling is the best, / The Plowman sayes in that he does but jest, / But in conclusion as I do understand / The Husbandman he got the better hand.
Tune Imprint The tune is, The Duke of Norfolk.
First Lines MY Noble friends give ear, / If mirth you love to hear,
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