EBBA ID: 30465

British Library - Roxburghe 3.162-163
 
The Merchant of Scotland, / AND / The Unfortunate Damosel. / A Damosel fair in Scotland born, / Being full of grief and left forlorn, / ’Twas an English-man that she did love, / Who left her and unkind did prove: / In private she did make great moan. / Because her English-man was gone. / An Edenborough-Merchant there. / Her sighs and groans did chance to hear: / And married her, but in short time, / Was forc'd to leave his Native chine; / And sail unto some forraign shore, / Leaving her sadder then before.
Date Published 1670-1685 ?
Author
Standard Tune
Imprint Printed for E. Oliver, at the Golden-Key, on Snow-/ hill, over-against St. Sepulchres-Chureh, neer / the Sarazens-head.
License With Allowance, Ro. L'Estrange.
Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 3.162, 3.163
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.9.162-163
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  Part 1
Title The Merchant of Scotland, / AND / The Unfortunate Damosel. / A Damosel fair in Scotland born, / Being full of grief and left forlorn, / ’Twas an English-man that she did love, / Who left her and unkind did prove: / In private she did make great moan. / Because her English-man was gone. / An Edenborough-Merchant there. / Her sighs and groans did chance to hear: / And married her, but in short time, / Was forc'd to leave his Native chine; / And sail unto some forraign shore, / Leaving her sadder then before.
Tune Imprint To a pleasant Countrey Tune.
First Lines ABroad as I was walking, all by the Park side / Abroad as I was walking, so merry merrily;
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