EBBA 35315

Houghton Library - 25242.67
 
Loves Triumph over Bashfulness: / OR, The Pleas of HONOUR and CHASTITY over-ruled. / Being a pleasant New Play-Song by way of Dialogue between Celia and Strephon. / When Love takes up his Arms, all force must yield, / He will be Victor, his must be the Field: / Vain is Resistance, no force could e're withstand / The swift-wing'd shafts sent by his nimble hand: / Celia brings Honour, Chastity and fame, / Not dreaming but they can resist the same; / But that they were not proof the Nymph soon found, / For through them all, Love did her bosome wound.
Date Published 1672-1696 ?
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Imprint Printed for P. Brooksby, at the Sign of the Golden-Ball / in Pye-Corner.
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Collection Houghton Library - 25242.67
Page 2.115
Location Houghton Library
Shelfmark 25242.67
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Title Loves Triumph over Bashfulness: / OR, The Pleas of HONOUR and CHASTITY over-ruled. / Being a pleasant New Play-Song by way of Dialogue between Celia and Strephon. / When Love takes up his Arms, all force must yield, / He will be Victor, his must be the Field: / Vain is Resistance, no force could e're withstand / The swift-wing'd shafts sent by his nimble hand: / Celia brings Honour, Chastity and fame, / Not dreaming but they can resist the same; / But that they were not proof the Nymph soon found, / For through them all, Love did her bosome wound.
Tune Imprint To a Pleasant new Play-House Tune.
First Lines ON the Banks of a River, close under a shade, / young Celia and Strephon one evening were lay'd;
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Notes According to the ESTC, "Attributed to Thomas D’Urfey by the Bodleian Library ballads database."