EBBA 31954

University of Glasgow Library - Euing
 
The Ruined Lovers. / Being a rare Narrative of a young Man that dyed for his cruel Mistriss, in June last, who / not long after his death, upon a consideration of his intire Affection, and her own / coyness, could not be comforted, but lingered out her dayes in Melancholly, fell / desperate sick, and so dyed.
Date Published 1663-1674
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Imprint London, Printed for F. Coles, T. Vere, and J. Wright.
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Collection University of Glasgow Library - Euing
Location University of Glasgow Library
Shelfmark Euing Ballads 313
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TitleThe Ruined Lovers. / Being a rare Narrative of a young Man that dyed for his cruel Mistriss, in June last, who / not long after his death, upon a consideration of his intire Affection, and her own / coyness, could not be comforted, but lingered out her dayes in Melancholly, fell / desperate sick, and so dyed.The second part, Containing the misery, sorrow, and death of the Maid.
Tune ImprintTune of, Mock-beggers Hall stands empty.To the same Tune.
First LinesMArs shall to Cupid now submit, / for he hath gain'd the glory;THe Virgin when she heard news / was very greatly troubled;
RefrainLove me, or you'l undo me. [with variation]Thy death hath quite undone me. [with variation]
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