EBBA 35465

Houghton Library - Hazlitt EC65
 
THE YOUNG / SHEPHERDESS. / In Three PARTS. / I. How a young Merchant on a Down saw a Shepherd's Daughter, and for the sake of / her Beauty took her for his Wife, and staying with her two Nights, he then left her 30 Guineas / 'till he come again. 2. How he kept a Miss and after Married forsook her, npon which, by / a false Letter this Harlot betray'd her with a Ruffian on a Down, who pretended to Murder / her, or to force her Chastity, and how she sav'd her Life and Honour thro' her Intercession / with Tears. 3. The Merchant's return to his Wife, and being told of this sent the Harlot to / Bridewell, who being daily lash'd, to end her Sorrows destroy'd herself. Concluding with the / Merchant's Love to his Wife, and the Care of the Old Shepherd.
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Imprint LONDON: Printed for aud Sold by R. Hawkins, near the / Half-Moon in Half-moon-Alley, without Bishopsgate; where / Country Shopkeers, Travellers, and Others, may be / supply'd with the best Variety of New and Old Songs.
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Collection Houghton Library - Hazlitt EC65
Pages 1.45, 1.46
Location Houghton Library
Shelfmark EC65.A100.690v2
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  Part 1
Title THE YOUNG / SHEPHERDESS. / In Three PARTS. / I. How a young Merchant on a Down saw a Shepherd's Daughter, and for the sake of / her Beauty took her for his Wife, and staying with her two Nights, he then left her 30 Guineas / 'till he come again. 2. How he kept a Miss and after Married forsook her, npon which, by / a false Letter this Harlot betray'd her with a Ruffian on a Down, who pretended to Murder / her, or to force her Chastity, and how she sav'd her Life and Honour thro' her Intercession / with Tears. 3. The Merchant's return to his Wife, and being told of this sent the Harlot to / Bridewell, who being daily lash'd, to end her Sorrows destroy'd herself. Concluding with the / Merchant's Love to his Wife, and the Care of the Old Shepherd.
Tune Imprint To the TUNE of, The Fisherman's Daughter.
First Lines YOU young men and damsels come draw near to me: / And I will present you with a Tragedy:
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  Part 2
Title PART II.
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First Lines NOw pray ma[r]k good people and soon you shall hear: / How soon sorrow did to this young bride appear:
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  Part 3
Title PART III.
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First Lines HE said on a Down I have kiz'd such a one: / Her Answer was if so I am pleas'd it is done:
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