EBBA ID: 35089

Houghton Library - Huth EBB65H 1.28
 
Cheat upon Cheat, / OR, / The Debaucht Hypocrite. / Being a True Account of two Maidens, who lived in London near Fish=street, the one be- / ing named Susan, the othes Sarah, Susan, being dressed in Mans Apparel, Court- / ed Sarah, to the Great Trouble of the deceived Damsel, who thought to be pleasur'd by / her Bridals Nights Lodging as you may find by the sequel. / When Maidens come to Love and Dote. / And want the use of man, / Against their wills they needs must shew't / Let them do what they can.
Date Published 1664-1706 ?
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Imprint Printed for, I. Blare, at the Looking-Glass in the New-Buildings on London-Bridge.
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Collection Houghton Library - Huth EBB65H
Page 1.28
Location Houghton Library
Shelfmark EBB65H
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  Part 1
Title Cheat upon Cheat, / OR, / The Debaucht Hypocrite. / Being a True Account of two Maidens, who lived in London near Fish=street, the one be- / ing named Susan, the othes Sarah, Susan, being dressed in Mans Apparel, Court- / ed Sarah, to the Great Trouble of the deceived Damsel, who thought to be pleasur'd by / her Bridals Nights Lodging as you may find by the sequel. / When Maidens come to Love and Dote. / And want the use of man, / Against their wills they needs must shew't / Let them do what they can.
Tune Imprint To the Tunof, Tender hearts of London City.
First Lines COme and hear the strangest Story, / Ever Fortune lay'd before ye,
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Notes Printed on Recto of EBBA 35239, "The Loyal Lovers Farewel, / Or, The True Lovers Mournful Ditty, / For the absence of her Dearest Love, who upon some Importunate occasion was forc'd / to cross the Seas. / The young-man he in sorrow here bewails / The absence of his Love, while that she sails / On surging waves, he is opprest with fear, / Least in a storm they should shipwrak his dear. / But then with hopes to mittigate his pain, / He prays kind Neptune guard her o're the main / And that no danger e're may her annoy, / But in safety return to Crown his Joy."