EBBA ID: 30432

British Library - Roxburghe 3.114-115
 
Fancy’s Freedom. / OR / The true Lovers bliss. / Exactly set forth in the faithful and constant affection of a Gentlemans daughter, / who fell in Love with her Fathers Serving-man, she having a Thousand pound / left her by an Uncle, and how they were married (notwithstanding all oppo- / sition) and liv'd happily to their hearts content. / In spite of Fate True Love shall crowned be / And wear a Garland for its loyalty.
Date Published 1666-1700 ?
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Imprint Printed for W. Whitwood at the Golden-Lyon in Duck-Lane.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 3.114, 3.115
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.9.114-115
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Title Fancy’s Freedom. / OR / The true Lovers bliss. / Exactly set forth in the faithful and constant affection of a Gentlemans daughter, / who fell in Love with her Fathers Serving-man, she having a Thousand pound / left her by an Uncle, and how they were married (notwithstanding all oppo- / sition) and liv'd happily to their hearts content. / In spite of Fate True Love shall crowned be / And wear a Garland for its loyalty.
Tune Imprint Tune of, Amarillis, or, Phillis on the new made hay, &c.
First Lines ALL in the West of England fair / I heard a story of a pair,
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Ornament