EBBA 35109

Houghton Library - Huth EBB65H
 
The Country Lovers; / OR, / Wooing without Ceremony. / Being the Successful Amours of / Roger and Margaret. / A most Delightful New SONG. / Hodge grieves to see his Peggy now grow Coy, / Whom he so long esteem'd his only Joy; / But 'twas, it seems, a trick the Wench had got, / To try whether he lov'd or lov'd her not: / But finding that he did, she thought it fit / To yield to him, (faith I commend her / (Wit.
Date Published 1672-1696 ?
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Imprint Printed for P. Brooksby, at the / Golden-Ball, near the Hospi- / tal-Gate, in West-Smithfield.
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Title The Country Lovers; / OR, / Wooing without Ceremony. / Being the Successful Amours of / Roger and Margaret. / A most Delightful New SONG. / Hodge grieves to see his Peggy now grow Coy, / Whom he so long esteem'd his only Joy; / But 'twas, it seems, a trick the Wench had got, / To try whether he lov'd or lov'd her not: / But finding that he did, she thought it fit / To yield to him, (faith I commend her / (Wit.
Tune Imprint To the Tune of, Hail to the Mirtle Shades.
First Lines REmember the standing Corn, / remember the Hay=cock where I
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