EBBA 34490

Houghton Library - Huth EBB65H
 
The Mariner's Delight, / OR, The Seaman's SEAVEN WIVES. / Being a pleasant new Song; shewing how a Seaman call'd Anthony courted a young / Maid whose Name is Susan, in London: and (with great difficulty) gain'd her affection; Notwith- / standing he had seaven Wives, all alive at that time: and at last was discovered, to the great advan- / tage and satisfaction of the Vertuous Maid and all her Relations. From which every Woman, Wi- / dow and Maid may learn how to be wary, and cautions in their Courting.
Date Published 1662-1692 ?
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Imprint Printed for J. Conyers at the Raven in Duck-lain.
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Collection Houghton Library - Huth EBB65H
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Title The Mariner's Delight, / OR, The Seaman's SEAVEN WIVES. / Being a pleasant new Song; shewing how a Seaman call'd Anthony courted a young / Maid whose Name is Susan, in London: and (with great difficulty) gain'd her affection; Notwith- / standing he had seaven Wives, all alive at that time: and at last was discovered, to the great advan- / tage and satisfaction of the Vertuous Maid and all her Relations. From which every Woman, Wi- / dow and Maid may learn how to be wary, and cautions in their Courting.
Tune Imprint To the Tune of, Hail to the Mirtle Shades.
First Lines MY Dearest I must to the Sea; / I'm come now to bid thee adieu:
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