EBBA ID: 21241

Magdalene College - Pepys 3.228
 
The Kind Lovers, Or, Cupids Conquest over Bashfulness. / Being The Happy Loves of Amandus and Coriana. / A most pleasant new play song. / The beauteous Nymph her bashful lover charms / And by sweet songs allures him to her armes / He taking heart layes all his blushes by, / Forc'd on by Love and her attractive eye, / Till to the height of bliss he does assume / And then for fear his transports leave no room, / For this it was the Proverb old was ment / 'Tis bashful folly spoils a good intent.
Date Published 1662-1692 ?
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Imprint Printed for J. Conyers at the Black Raven/ in Duck-lane
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Collection Magdalene College - Pepys
Page 3.228
Location Pepys Library
Shelfmark Pepys Ballads 3.228
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  Part 1
Title The Kind Lovers, Or, Cupids Conquest over Bashfulness. / Being The Happy Loves of Amandus and Coriana. / A most pleasant new play song. / The beauteous Nymph her bashful lover charms / And by sweet songs allures him to her armes / He taking heart layes all his blushes by, / Forc'd on by Love and her attractive eye, / Till to the height of bliss he does assume / And then for fear his transports leave no room, / For this it was the Proverb old was ment / 'Tis bashful folly spoils a good intent.
Tune Imprint To the Tune of. Hark! Hark in yon Grove, or Digbyes Farwell.
First Lines HArk, hark, in yon Grove the fair Nymph she does sing / Tis of love that she warbles & makes the hills ring
Refrain [repeat last 2 lines of each stanza]
Album Page 1/2 sheet oblong folio, ?205 x 285
Condition torn top edge, creased
Ornament vertical rule