EBBA 35201

Houghton Library - Huth EBB65H
 
Jennies Answer to Sawny. / Wherein Loves Cruelty is requited, Or, The Inconstant Lover justly / Despised. / Being a Relation how Sawney being Disabled and and turn'd out of Doors by the Miss of London / town, is likewise scorned and rejected by his Country Lass, and forced to wander where he may / Jenny, at at last in a most woful case, / Is forc'd to leave the Patch'd and Painted face; / For money there rules all, and when 'tis gone, / The Cully is no longer writed on: / Down to his Jenny he does hye with speed, / But she remembers his Ungrateful deed; / Nor will forgive though on his knees he fall, / So Mortify'd he is despis'd by all.
Date Published 1672-1696 ?
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Imprint Printed for P. Brooksby at the Golden Ball, near the Hospital-Gate in West Smithfied.
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Collection Houghton Library - Huth EBB65H
Page 1.131
Location Houghton Library
Shelfmark EBB65H
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Title Jennies Answer to Sawny. / Wherein Loves Cruelty is requited, Or, The Inconstant Lover justly / Despised. / Being a Relation how Sawney being Disabled and and turn'd out of Doors by the Miss of London / town, is likewise scorned and rejected by his Country Lass, and forced to wander where he may / Jenny, at at last in a most woful case, / Is forc'd to leave the Patch'd and Painted face; / For money there rules all, and when 'tis gone, / The Cully is no longer writed on: / Down to his Jenny he does hye with speed, / But she remembers his Ungrateful deed; / Nor will forgive though on his knees he fall, / So Mortify'd he is despis'd by all.
Tune Imprint To the Tune of, Sawney will ne'r be my Love again.
First Lines VVHen Sawny left me he had store of Gilt, / but he hath spent it in London Town;
Refrain For Sawny shall never more be mine. [with variation]
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