EBBA 35254

Houghton Library - 25242.67
 
Damon and Celia, Or, the languishing Lover comforted. / Of all new Songs, the Poet hopes that this / Will please you well, because he knows it is / A very good one, you may find hereby, / There's nothing lost by loving constantly. / Which ought to be all honest Lovers Guide / But as for such who no delays abide; / Let them love one, for half and hour no more, / And when they've done go call their Mrs. whore.
Date Published 1678-1680 ?
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Imprint Printed for F. Coles, T. Vere, J. Wright, J. Clarke, / W. Thackeray, & T. Passenger.
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Collection Houghton Library - 25242.67
Page 1.37
Location Houghton Library
Shelfmark 25242.67
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  Part 1
Title Damon and Celia, Or, the languishing Lover comforted. / Of all new Songs, the Poet hopes that this / Will please you well, because he knows it is / A very good one, you may find hereby, / There's nothing lost by loving constantly. / Which ought to be all honest Lovers Guide / But as for such who no delays abide; / Let them love one, for half and hour no more, / And when they've done go call their Mrs. whore.
Tune Imprint To a pleasant New play-house Tune, called No, no tis in vain, &c.
First Lines NO, no, 'tis in vain, / Though I sigh and complain,
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