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Magdalene College - Pepys
Loves glorious Conquest. / OR, / The Harmony of true Content. / Wherein is shewn the unexpressible Joy and Delight of two faithful Lovers, who having / passed many storms of troubles and misfortunes, at last arrived to the Haven of their / desired felicity, (the fruition of each others love) to their unspeakable content. / Oft did Phillis sigh and languish, / And her Soul opprest with anguish, / She could discover no relief; / As she her thoughts was thus beguiling / Came her gentle Lover smiling, / And eased her of all her grief. / The residue of their time is spent / In pleasant Joy and sweet Content
Date Published 1664-1703 ?
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Imprint Printed for J. Blare at the Looking-glass/ on London-Bridge.
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Collection Magdalene College - Pepys
Page 3.213
Location Pepys Library
Shelfmark Pepys Ballads 3.213
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Title Loves glorious Conquest. / OR, / The Harmony of true Content. / Wherein is shewn the unexpressible Joy and Delight of two faithful Lovers, who having / passed many storms of troubles and misfortunes, at last arrived to the Haven of their / desired felicity, (the fruition of each others love) to their unspeakable content. / Oft did Phillis sigh and languish, / And her Soul opprest with anguish, / She could discover no relief; / As she her thoughts was thus beguiling / Came her gentle Lover smiling, / And eased her of all her grief. / The residue of their time is spent / In pleasant Joy and sweet Content
Tune Imprint Tune of, My Lover is on the brackish Sea.
First Lines ADieu to grief and discontent, / and to these blubber'd eyes,
Refrain and now the Day's mine own. [with variations]
Album Page 1/2 sheet oblong folio, 190 x 300
Condition torn top left corner
Ornament horizontal and vertical rules, and cast fleurons