EBBA 34029

National Library of Scotland - Crawford
 
Loyal Constancy; Or, The Seamans Love-Letter: / Written by John Blay on Board the Henry and Elizabeth riding at Leghorn, to his / Dear Mistris Mary Foart, now living near Wapping, exhorting her to continue / in her wonted love and constancy according to their mutual promises past be- / tween them, in order to their happy Union and Marriage, as soon as he shall / return from this Voyage to England.
Date Published 1672-1696 ?
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Imprint Printed for P. Brooksby, at the Golden-ball, in West-smithfield.
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Collection National Library of Scotland - Crawford
Location National Library of Scotland
Shelfmark Crawford.EB.1183
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  Part 1
Title Loyal Constancy; Or, The Seamans Love-Letter: / Written by John Blay on Board the Henry and Elizabeth riding at Leghorn, to his / Dear Mistris Mary Foart, now living near Wapping, exhorting her to continue / in her wonted love and constancy according to their mutual promises past be- / tween them, in order to their happy Union and Marriage, as soon as he shall / return from this Voyage to England.
Tune Imprint Tune of, Cloris full of harmless thoughts; Jenny Gin. The fair one let me in.
First Lines TIll from Leghorn I do return, / still constant to me prove;
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Notes This ballad includes its response (shelfmark Crawford.EB.833) on the same sheet, entitled "Vertue the Reward of Constancy; Or, Mrs. Mary Foart's Love-Letter and An- / swer to her dear heart John Blay at Leghorn: / Wherein she protests her constancy and happiness in the injoyment on his love; which / she writ to him in Verse, as his was to her: and showing the same to a Friend of / hers for his approbation, he caused both the Letter and the Answer to be published / to vindicate the Maids honour and constancy, which some sly young-men living / near, had endeavoured to traduce, and by that means break off the match, which / they had designed otherways." These have been cataloged as a single ballad consisting of one part.