EBBA ID: 30296

British Library - Roxburghe 1.438-439
 
A Yong-mans most earnest affection to his Sweetheart, / Exprest in a dainty Courtly Sonnet: / First read and heare it, then censure vpon it.
Date Published 1630?
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 1.438, 1.439
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.7.438-439
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TitleA Yong-mans most earnest affection to his Sweetheart, / Exprest in a dainty Courtly Sonnet: / First read and heare it, then censure vpon it.The Second part.
Tune ImprintTo a curious new Northerne tune.To the same tune.
First LinesCOme come my Deare that art so pretty, / attend my suite and yeeld some pitty,And as thu proper art and pretty / So art thou courteous prompt and witty,
RefrainAnd all the birds in euery valley / Will gladly sing the praise of Iacke and Dolly.And all the birds in euery valley / Will gladly sing the praise of Iacke and Dolly.
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