EBBA 32004

University of Glasgow Library - Euing
 
The West-Country Damosels Complaint: / OR, / The Faithful Lovers last Farewel. / Being the Relation of a Young Maid who Pined her self to death, for the Love of a Young-man, / who after he had notice of it, dyed likewise for Grief. / Careless Young-men, by this a warning take, / How you kind Virgins (when Love) forsake; / Least the same fate o're-take you, and you dye / For breach of Vows, and Infidelity. / Be kind, but Swear not more then what you mean, / Least Comick, Jests become a Trajeck Scean.
Date Published 1672-1696 ?
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Imprint Printed for P. Brooksby, at the Golden-Ball, in Westsmith-field, neer the Hospital-gate.
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Collection University of Glasgow Library - Euing
Location University of Glasgow Library
Shelfmark Euing Ballads 384
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Title The West-Country Damosels Complaint: / OR, / The Faithful Lovers last Farewel. / Being the Relation of a Young Maid who Pined her self to death, for the Love of a Young-man, / who after he had notice of it, dyed likewise for Grief. / Careless Young-men, by this a warning take, / How you kind Virgins (when Love) forsake; / Least the same fate o're-take you, and you dye / For breach of Vows, and Infidelity. / Be kind, but Swear not more then what you mean, / Least Comick, Jests become a Trajeck Scean.
Tune Imprint To the Tune of, Johnny Armstrong
First Lines WHen will you Marry me William, / and make me your wedded wife?
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