EBBA ID: 33637

National Library of Scotland - Crawford 297
 
THE / London Taylors Misfortune. / OR, / Cut-Beard-Harding chous'd by a Country Lass. / Who he pickt up in the street, and invited to the Tavern, where he intended to have left her in / Pawn for the Reckoning, but he being soon drunk dropt a sleep, at which opportunity she march'd / off with a new suit of cloaths which he was carrying home to a Gentleman; Together with six- / pence-half=penny=farthing, which is hop'd will be a warning to all Taylors how they meddle / with Women as they walk the streets.
Date Published 1685-1688 ?
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Standard Tune
Imprint Printed for J. Back, at the Black-Boy on London-bridge.
License This may be Printed, R.P.
Collection National Library of Scotland - Crawford
Location National Library of Scotland
Shelfmark Crawford.EB.297
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  Part 1
Title THE / London Taylors Misfortune. / OR, / Cut-Beard-Harding chous'd by a Country Lass. / Who he pickt up in the street, and invited to the Tavern, where he intended to have left her in / Pawn for the Reckoning, but he being soon drunk dropt a sleep, at which opportunity she march'd / off with a new suit of cloaths which he was carrying home to a Gentleman; Together with six- / pence-half=penny=farthing, which is hop'd will be a warning to all Taylors how they meddle / with Women as they walk the streets.
Tune Imprint To the Tune of, Four-pence=half=penny=Farthing.
First Lines A Damsel came to London Town, / a Daughter came to a Saylor,
Refrain full sixpence half-penny farthing. [with variation]
Condition
Ornament