EBBA 33368

National Library of Scotland - Crawford
 
Love Crownd with Victory. / A merry Dialogue betwixt an old rich Countrey Batchellour, and a young / witty London Virgin.
Date Published 1672-1696 ?
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Imprint LONDON Printed for . P. Brooksby at the Hospital Gate in West-smithfiel[d.]
License With Allowance.
Collection National Library of Scotland - Crawford
Location National Library of Scotland
Shelfmark Crawford.EB.831
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TitleLove Crownd with Victory. / A merry Dialogue betwixt an old rich Countrey Batchellour, and a young / witty London Virgin.The second part
Tune ImprintTo the tune, Ile crown thee my dearest &c. Digby's Farewel, Or Packingtons Pound.to the same tune.
First LinesMY Dear canst thou love me, I pray tell me true, / For if thou deni'st me ile bid England adiewAnd in the morning when thou dost rise / Thou shalt have the best Cordial to clear thy eyes
Refrainthen be not so coy but answer my flame / Then ile crown thee my dearest and ile be thy Swain.if you can but give me what I shall desire, / then ile answer your flames, with equall fire, [with variation]
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