EBBA 35867

Beinecke Library - Michell-Jolliffe
 
The Scornful Maid, and the Constant / Young-Man. / With mocks and taunts she doth him jear, / As in this ditty you may hear; / Yet no denyal he would have, / But still her favour he did crave: / Yet at the last she granted love, / And vowed She would constant prove; / Yet in this Ditty you may find, / It is Money that doth a bargain bind.
Date Published 1685?
Author Thomas Robins
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Imprint Printed for P. Brooksby, at the Golden-Ball, / in West smithfield.
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Collection Beinecke Library - Michell-Jolliffe
Location Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Shelfmark 2000 Folio 6 200
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TitleThe Scornful Maid, and the Constant / Young-Man. / With mocks and taunts she doth him jear, / As in this ditty you may hear; / Yet no denyal he would have, / But still her favour he did crave: / Yet at the last she granted love, / And vowed She would constant prove; / Yet in this Ditty you may find, / It is Money that doth a bargain bind.The Second Part,
Tune ImprintTune of, Times Changling I will never be: Or, Sawny, Or, A Fig for France.to the same Tune.
First LinesALL hail, all hail, thou Lady gay, / the glory of the world to me,O Fie away, thou fondling now, / my very heart thou vexest sore,
RefrainOne smiling glance from that twinkling eye, / Will save my life, or else I dye. [with variation]
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