EBBA ID: 30220

British Library - Roxburghe 1.320-321
 
A Paire of Turtle Doves, Or, / A dainty new Scotch Dialogue between a Yong-man and / his Mistresse, both correspondent in affection, &c.
Date Published 1633-1669 ?
Author Martin Parker
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Imprint Printed at London for Thomas Lam- / bert, at the signe of the Hors-/ shooe in Smithfield.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 1.320, 1.321
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.7.320-321
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 Part 1Part 2
TitleA Paire of Turtle Doves, Or, / A dainty new Scotch Dialogue between a Yong-man and / his Mistresse, both correspondent in affection, &c.The second part
Tune ImprintTo a pretty pleasant tune, called the absence of my Mistresse, or I live not where I love.To the same tune.
First LinesMUst the absence of my Mistresse / gar me be thus discontent,VVhen Hyperion doth for euer / from the Skye obscure his rayes,
RefrainO my deerest, / My heart neerest: / When shall I so happy bee / To embrace thee, / And to place thee, / Where thou nere maist part from me. [with variation] |O my sweetest, / The compleatest / Man alive in my conceite, / Lady Fortune / Ile importune, / Soone to make our Ioyes complate. [with variation]Come my deerest, / My heart neerest, / When shall I so happy be, / To embrace thee, / And to place thee, / Where thou nere maist part from me. | Come my sweetest / The compleatest / Man alive in my conceite, / Lady Fortune, / Ile importune, / Soone to mak
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