EBBA ID: 30475

British Library - Roxburghe 3.178-179
 
The two Notinghamshire Lovers: or, The Maid of Standon in Notingham- / shire, and the Leicestershire man: Which were linked together contrary to their / Friends minds; but shee was so inflamed in love, that shee requested him from / thence to goe; and he resolved her so to doe, appointing the place where they / should meet; but it proved a heavie meeting as ere was knowne, as in this Ditty / shall be showne.
Date Published 1601-1640 ?
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Imprint London, Printed for H.G.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 3.178, 3.179
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.9.178-179
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TitleThe two Notinghamshire Lovers: or, The Maid of Standon in Notingham- / shire, and the Leicestershire man: Which were linked together contrary to their / Friends minds; but shee was so inflamed in love, that shee requested him from / thence to goe; and he resolved her so to doe, appointing the place where they / should meet; but it proved a heavie meeting as ere was knowne, as in this Ditty / shall be showne.The second Part.
Tune ImprintTo the tune of I feare I shall stay too long.To the same tune.
First LinesIN Notinghamshire, / as late I did heare:HE so swore to me, / That true he would be,
RefrainO this was all her song, / My Love I suffer wrong, / And I feare thou wilt stay too long. [with variation]But this is still my song, / My Love I suffer wrong, / And I feare thou wilt stay too long. [with variation]
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