EBBA ID: 30288

British Library - Roxburghe 1.422-423
 
The true Mayde of the South: / OR / A rare example of a Maide dwelling at Rie in Sussex, who for the loue of a / young man of Lester-shire, went beyond Sea in the habit of a Page, and after, to / their hearts content, were both marryed at Magrum in Germany, and now dwelling / at Rye aforesaid.
Date Published 1624-1680 ?
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Imprint Printed at London for Francis Coules.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 1.422, 1.423
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.7.422-423
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TitleThe true Mayde of the South: / OR / A rare example of a Maide dwelling at Rie in Sussex, who for the loue of a / young man of Lester-shire, went beyond Sea in the habit of a Page, and after, to / their hearts content, were both marryed at Magrum in Germany, and now dwelling / at Rye aforesaid.The second part.
Tune ImprintTo the tune of, Come, come my sweet and bonny one.To the same tune.
First LinesVVIthin the Haven Towne of Rye, / that stands in Sussex faireIT was his hap that time to goe / to travell with his Lord,
Refrainand pride of Lester-shire. [with variation]for the pride of Lester-shire. [with variation]
Condition
Ornament