EBBA ID: 33541

National Library of Scotland - Crawford 961
 
The Couragious Cook-maid. / OR, / Hey for the North Countrey. / Being a Leicestershire frolick performed by an Esquires Cook-Maid, who (being disguised in Mans / apparel) robbed five Taylors upon the High-way of five pounds, which they had newly receiv- / ed of her Master, for work which they had done, she having no Weapons about her but a large / Black-Pudding, which they supposed in the Night to be a Pistol, they very quietly delivered / their Money, which she carrying home, caused much mirth and [l]aughter throughout the whole / Family. Likewise how she Conjured for the money when they came to her after, to set forth / Hue and Cry after the Padder, &c.
Date Published 1674-1679 ?
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Imprint Printed for F. Coles, T. Vere, J. Wright, and I. Clarke.
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Collection National Library of Scotland - Crawford
Location National Library of Scotland
Shelfmark Crawford.EB.961
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  Part 1
Title The Couragious Cook-maid. / OR, / Hey for the North Countrey. / Being a Leicestershire frolick performed by an Esquires Cook-Maid, who (being disguised in Mans / apparel) robbed five Taylors upon the High-way of five pounds, which they had newly receiv- / ed of her Master, for work which they had done, she having no Weapons about her but a large / Black-Pudding, which they supposed in the Night to be a Pistol, they very quietly delivered / their Money, which she carrying home, caused much mirth and [l]aughter throughout the whole / Family. Likewise how she Conjured for the money when they came to her after, to set forth / Hue and Cry after the Padder, &c.
Tune Imprint Tune of, The City Caper, Or: Digby, &c.
First Lines OF late in the North a fine frolique did pass, / five Taylors was robbed by a jovial young lass
Refrain Then finikin Taylors who follow the trade, / Remember the Pudding, and Doll the Cookmaid. [with variation]
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