EBBA ID: 21105

Magdalene College - Pepys 3.102
 
LOVE AL-A-MODE, / OR, / The Modish-Mistris. / In a Dialogue between the Lady Uriah and her Lovers, Strephon, Amintas, and Alexis, receiv- / ing all, and constant to none. / Since 'tis the Mode of late, I long / To make a Ballad of a Song; / And sure no subject is more fit, / Then love and Women for a Wit. / Women and Love are Natures Crimes, / The pleasing follies of the Times, / They'r double Tongues to single Pallats, / And since our Songs are turn'd to Ballads.
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Collection Magdalene College - Pepys
Page 3.102
Location Pepys Library
Shelfmark Pepys Ballads 3.102r
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Title LOVE AL-A-MODE, / OR, / The Modish-Mistris. / In a Dialogue between the Lady Uriah and her Lovers, Strephon, Amintas, and Alexis, receiv- / ing all, and constant to none. / Since 'tis the Mode of late, I long / To make a Ballad of a Song; / And sure no subject is more fit, / Then love and Women for a Wit. / Women and Love are Natures Crimes, / The pleasing follies of the Times, / They'r double Tongues to single Pallats, / And since our Songs are turn'd to Ballads.
Tune Imprint To an Excellent, and familiar New Tune.
First Lines TEll me no more you love, / unless you will grant my desire;
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Album Page 1/2 sheet oblong folio, hinged, 205 x 312
Condition cropped bottom edge, verso shows through
Ornament vertical rules and cast fleurons