EBBA 32652

British Library - Roxburghe
 
[Cupids Courtesie: / OR, / The young Gallant foil'd at his own Weapon. / He scorned Cupid and his Dart, / Until he felt a wounded heart.]
Date Published 1689-1692 ?
Author
Standard Tune
Imprint Printed for W. Thackeray at the Angel in Duck-Lane, J.M. & A.M.
License
Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 2.90 Verso, 2.91 Verso
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.8.91
ESTC ID
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MARC Record
Additional Information
  Part 1
Title [Cupids Courtesie: / OR, / The young Gallant foil'd at his own Weapon. / He scorned Cupid and his Dart, / Until he felt a wounded heart.]
Tune Imprint
First Lines If thou dost but the least, / at my Laws grumble,
Refrain
Condition
Ornament
Notes Printed on the verso of EBBA 30574; this fragment is from the second half of the ballad, "Cupids Courtesie." The first half is on the verso of the ballad sheet on 2.90. The title is visible through the ballad sheet, but the text is inaccessible as the sheet is pasted completely to the album page. The ballad on the recto of 2.90-91 is titled, "The Court=Miss Converted: / OR, A Looking Glass for Ladies. / Her former errours she doth now repent, / And with unfeigned tears the same lament; / Resolving now a godly life to lead, / And in such wicked paths no more to tread: / VVhich may a good example be to all, / To rise from sin, if they by frailty fall."