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EBBA 30107

British Library - Roxburghe
Joy and sorrow mixt together: / Or, a pleasant new Ditty, wherein you may find / Conceits that are pretty to pleasure your mind.
Date Published 1634-1658 ?
Author Richard Crimsal
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Imprint London, Printed for Iohn Wright the youn- / ger dwelling in the Old Bayley.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 1.170, 1.171
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.7.170-171
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TitleJoy and sorrow mixt together: / Or, a pleasant new Ditty, wherein you may find / Conceits that are pretty to pleasure your mind.The second part now makes the young man complain, / He wisheth with heart, he were unwedded again.
Tune ImprintTo the tune of, Such a Rouge would be hang'd.To the same tune.
First LinesHang sorrow, let's cast away care, / for now I do meane to be merry;YOu young men I'm married too soon, / my Wife she is not what she seem'd,
RefrainHere's a health to my Bride that shall be, / come pledge it you boon merry blades: / The day I much long for to see, / we will be as merry as the Maides. [with variation]I'm wedded to sorrow and pain, / now farewell all my merry blades; / Would I were unmarried again, / I would be as merry as the Maides.
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