EBBA 32683

National Library of Scotland - Crawford
 
The Politick Maids Device; / OR, / The Maidens Distrust in CUPID's Play. / Here Counsel is to all the rest, / Of Maidens fair, to chuse the best; / And let the worst of Young-men stay a while, / They are apt young Maidens to beguile: / But if maidens will be rul'd by she, / She'l fit them in their own Degree: / And make them spend their breath and strength, / He should be an honest man that gain'd a Wench.
Date Published 1672-1702 ?
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Imprint Printed for J. Deacon, at the Angel in Guilt-spur-street / without Newgate.
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Collection National Library of Scotland - Crawford
Location National Library of Scotland
Shelfmark Crawford.EB.41
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  Part 1
Title The Politick Maids Device; / OR, / The Maidens Distrust in CUPID's Play. / Here Counsel is to all the rest, / Of Maidens fair, to chuse the best; / And let the worst of Young-men stay a while, / They are apt young Maidens to beguile: / But if maidens will be rul'd by she, / She'l fit them in their own Degree: / And make them spend their breath and strength, / He should be an honest man that gain'd a Wench.
Tune Imprint The Tune is, What shall a Young-woman do with an Old-man, Or, Digby's Farewell.
First Lines ALL Maidens come hither and hearken a while, / I'le sing you a song that will make you to smile,
Refrain Keep Liberty still maids, and be more wise, / Young-men they are apt for to feed you with lyes. [with variation]
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