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Magdalene College - Pepys 3.112
 
The Discontented Young-Man, and the Loving Maid; / Or, True Love with Loyalty ought for to be paid. / A Young-Man lately lov'd a Maiden Fair, / But she pretended not for him to care; / Than sore in wrath, he both bid her adieu, / Because he thought that she would prove untrue: / But she to him doth make an answer kind, / Which doth rejoyce his heart, and please his mind.
Date Published 1678-1680
Author Thomas Lanfiere
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Imprint Printed for F. Coles, T. Vere, I. Wright,/ I. Clarke, W. Thackeray, and/ T. Passinger.
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Collection Magdalene College - Pepys
Page 3.112
Location Pepys Library
Shelfmark Pepys Ballads 3.112
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TitleThe Discontented Young-Man, and the Loving Maid; / Or, True Love with Loyalty ought for to be paid. / A Young-Man lately lov'd a Maiden Fair, / But she pretended not for him to care; / Than sore in wrath, he both bid her adieu, / Because he thought that she would prove untrue: / But she to him doth make an answer kind, / Which doth rejoyce his heart, and please his mind.The second Part,
Tune ImprintTo the Tune of, Farewel thou flower of false Deceit. or, Flora Farewel.to the same Tune.
First LinesFArewel, farewel, false hearted Love, / disloyal unkind, and untrue;TUrn back again my dearest Love, / come now and hear my kind reply
RefrainFor ever i'le bid thee adieu. [stanzas 1-6; with variations]and i'le be thy true Love till I dye. [stanzas 7-14; with variations]; i'le marry with no maid but thee. [stanzas 15-17; with variations]
Album Page1/2 sheet oblong folio, 200 x 302
Conditioncropped left edge
Ornamentvertical rule and cast fleurons