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         <subfield code="a">The valiant virgin; or, phillip and mary;

in a description of a young gentlewoman of worcestershire (a rich gentlemans
daughter) being in love with a farmers son, which her father despiseing, because
he was poore, caus’d him to be prest to sea; and how she disguised herselfe in
man’s apparel and followed him; where in the same ship (she being very expert
in surgery) was entertain’d as surgeons mate, and how loving to him (and skill-
fully to others) she behaved herself in her office; and he having got a shot in the
thigh, how deligent she was to dress him; she never discovering herself to him
untill they came both on shore</subfield>
         <subfield code="b">her father dyeing whilst she was at sea, (he
having no more children then she) they went into the countrey to take posses-
sion of her estate, and to marry; to the admiration of all that were at the wedding</subfield>
         <subfield code="h">[electronic resource].</subfield>
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         <subfield code="a">TO every faithful Lover</subfield>
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         <subfield code="a">Santa Barbara, CA :.</subfield>
         <subfield code="b">University of California, Santa Barbara, The Early Modern Center,</subfield>
         <subfield code="c">2008.</subfield>
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         <subfield code="a">Title from English Broadside Ballad Archive Catalogue (queried Sun, 24 Mar 19 20:55:27 -0700).</subfield>
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         <subfield code="a">EMC no. 35389.</subfield>
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         <subfield code="a">ESTC no. R228728.</subfield>
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         <subfield code="p">Reproduction of Original Manuscript :</subfield>
         <subfield code="a">Houghton Library, Harvard University.</subfield>
         <subfield code="t">A two-volume collection of ballads held by the Houghton Library.</subfield>
         <subfield code="c">Cambridge, MA USA, .</subfield>
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         <subfield code="a">Sponsored by the University of California, Santa Barbara and The Early Modern Center.</subfield>
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         <subfield code="a">System requirements:  Web browser for the XML and HTML files.</subfield>
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         <subfield code="a">Mode of access: Internet. Host: ebba.english.ucsb.edu.</subfield>
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         <subfield code="a">The University of California makes a claim of copyright only to original contributions made by Early Modern Center participants and other members of the university community. The University of California makes no claim of copyright to the original text. Permission is granted to download, transmit or otherwise reproduce, distribute or display the contributions to this work claimed by The University of California for non-profit educational purposes, provided that this header is included in its entirety. For inquiries about commercial uses, please contact: Patricia Fumerton, Early Modern Center - English Department, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93105, United States of America, Email: pfumer@english.ucsb.edu.</subfield>
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