EBBA ID: 34984

Houghton Library - EBB65 EBB65
 
Love's Tyranny: / OR, / Death more welcome then Disdain. / Being the Tragedy of Leander for the Love of Roxane. / Lovers beware, for in Loves Smiles the fates, / To Ruine two Adventurous Mortals waits; / Women like Syrens, first with Charms allure, / Untill they Wound, then leave us without Cure: / Such fate Leander found, and for disdain, / Took Death's kind portion, which expell'd his pain.
Date Published 1678-1695 ?
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Imprint Printed for C. Passinger, at the Seven Stars, in the New-Buildings, / on London-Bridge.
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Collection Houghton Library - EBB65
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TitleLove's Tyranny: / OR, / Death more welcome then Disdain. / Being the Tragedy of Leander for the Love of Roxane. / Lovers beware, for in Loves Smiles the fates, / To Ruine two Adventurous Mortals waits; / Women like Syrens, first with Charms allure, / Untill they Wound, then leave us without Cure: / Such fate Leander found, and for disdain, / Took Death's kind portion, which expell'd his pain.The second Part,
Tune ImprintTo the Tune of, Let the Critticks Adore, &c.to the same Tune.
First LinesAH! how drousie's the Skies, / Now black Night does ariseVVHile the beautious fair, / Does wound with dispair,
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