EBBA 35995

Beinecke Library - Michell-Jolliffe
 
[The Country Miss new come in Fashi]on; / OR, / A farewel to the Pockifi'd Town-Miss. / A Country Girl in a Paragon Gown, / That never yet knew the tricks of the town; / Did lately delude a taring Gallant, / Who just such an innocent Virgin did want; / and since he's enjoy'd her I heard him protest / That of all other Misses she pleased him best.
Date Published 1676
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Imprint Printed for E. Oliver, at the Golden Key on Snow. / hill, over-a-gainst St. Sepulchres-Church, neer / the Sarazens-head. Where any Chap-men may be / furnished with all sorts of Books and Ballads.
License With Allowance.
Collection Beinecke Library - Michell-Jolliffe
Location Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Shelfmark 2000 Folio 6 241
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Title [The Country Miss new come in Fashi]on; / OR, / A farewel to the Pockifi'd Town-Miss. / A Country Girl in a Paragon Gown, / That never yet knew the tricks of the town; / Did lately delude a taring Gallant, / Who just such an innocent Virgin did want; / and since he's enjoy'd her I heard him protest / That of all other Misses she pleased him best.
Tune Imprint To an excellent new Play-house Tune, / Called, The mock Tune to the French Rant.
First Lines GIve me the Lass that's true Country bred, / With paragon gown, straw Hat on her head;
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