EBBA 35178

Houghton Library - Huth EBB65H
 
The faithfull woings of two Conntry Lovers. / The Young-man he with carriage bold, / did oft salute the Maiden, / And unto her these words he told, / his heart with love was laden; / And if to him her love she'd grant / he'd do his best indeavour. / To maintain her she should not want, / and he'd forsake her never. / Because he was poor the maid was coy, / and would not have him entertain'd / But at last he became her love and joy, / and much wealth with her he gain'd.
Date Published 1649-1676
Author John Wade
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Imprint London, Printed by E.C. for F. Coles, in Vine-Street near Hatton-Garden
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Collection Houghton Library - Huth EBB65H
Page 1.98
Location Houghton Library
Shelfmark EBB65H
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  Part 1
Title The faithfull woings of two Conntry Lovers. / The Young-man he with carriage bold, / did oft salute the Maiden, / And unto her these words he told, / his heart with love was laden; / And if to him her love she'd grant / he'd do his best indeavour. / To maintain her she should not want, / and he'd forsake her never. / Because he was poor the maid was coy, / and would not have him entertain'd / But at last he became her love and joy, / and much wealth with her he gain'd.
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First Lines AS I was walking forth of late / in the prime of the weather,
Refrain for I do come too woo thee. [with variation] | my Maiden head will not load me.
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