EBBA 35466

Houghton Library - Hazlitt EC65
 
Constance and Anthony: / OR, AN / Admirable new Northern STORY. / Of two constant Lovers, as I understand, / Were born near Appleby in Westmoreland; / The Lad's name Anthony, Constance the Lass; / To Sea they went both and great Dangers did pass: / How they suffer'd Shipwrack on the Coast of Spain, / For two Years divided, and then met again; / By wonderful Fortune and Care accident, / And now both live at Home with Joy and Content.
Date Published 1687-1732 ?
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Standard Tune
Imprint London: Printed by T. Norris, at the / Looking-glass on London-bridge. / And sold by S. Bates, in Giltspur street.
License Licens'd and Enter'd.
Collection Houghton Library - Hazlitt EC65
Pages 1.47, 1.48
Location Houghton Library
Shelfmark EC65.A100.690v2
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  Part 1
Title Constance and Anthony: / OR, AN / Admirable new Northern STORY. / Of two constant Lovers, as I understand, / Were born near Appleby in Westmoreland; / The Lad's name Anthony, Constance the Lass; / To Sea they went both and great Dangers did pass: / How they suffer'd Shipwrack on the Coast of Spain, / For two Years divided, and then met again; / By wonderful Fortune and Care accident, / And now both live at Home with Joy and Content.
Tune Imprint To the Tune of, I would thou wert in Shrewsbury.
First Lines TWo Lovers in the North, / Constance and Anthony,
Refrain Still she crys, Anthony, / my bonny Anthony, / Gang thou by land or sea, / I'll wend along with thee. [with variation]
Condition
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