EBBA 35397

Houghton Library - 25242.67
 
A way to Wooe a witty Wench. / Or, A Dialogue between two Lovers who meeting one day; The Young-man desired the Maiden to stay: / The Maid we was witty her self to defend, / And so they concluded the Match in the end.
Date Published 1674-1679 ?
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Imprint Printed for F. Coles, T. Vere, J. Wright, / and J. Clark.
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Collection Houghton Library - 25242.67
Page 2.203
Location Houghton Library
Shelfmark 25242.67
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TitleA way to Wooe a witty Wench. / Or, A Dialogue between two Lovers who meeting one day; The Young-man desired the Maiden to stay: / The Maid we was witty her self to defend, / And so they concluded the Match in the end.The secoud part,
Tune ImprintTo a pleasant new Tune, or, Musgroves March.to the same Tune.
First LinesO My dearest do not grieve / for I will prove ever kind;SWeet think upon the former Vow, / which I to thee did make,
RefrainThat I do love thee, / That I do love thee, / Come Sweet-heart and imbrace thine own. [with variation] | Therefore forbear me, / Come not near me, / Hands off for I must be gone. [with variation]For I do love thee, / For I do love thee, / Come Sweet-heart and imbrace thine own. [with variation] | O fie forbear me, / Do not come near me, / Hands off for I must be gone. [with variation]
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