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British Library - Roxburghe
The fair Lady of the West: / AND / The fortunate Farmers Son. / Relating, how a Gallant young Lady in the West-Country, Being courted by many Persons / of Quality, refused them all, and cast her Affections upon a Farmer's Son; to whom she / discovered her love; And, having neither Father nor Mother living to Contradict her, / they were privately Married to both their Hearts desire; And now, live in joy and hap- / py Content. / This may a pattern be to young and old; / True Love is to be vallued more than Gold.
Date Published 1678
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Page 2.153
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.8.153
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Title The fair Lady of the West: / AND / The fortunate Farmers Son. / Relating, how a Gallant young Lady in the West-Country, Being courted by many Persons / of Quality, refused them all, and cast her Affections upon a Farmer's Son; to whom she / discovered her love; And, having neither Father nor Mother living to Contradict her, / they were privately Married to both their Hearts desire; And now, live in joy and hap- / py Content. / This may a pattern be to young and old; / True Love is to be vallued more than Gold.
Tune Imprint Tune of, A gallant Damosel in Bristol City, &c. or, William the Weaver.
First Lines A Beauteous Lady of comely carriage, / whom many a gallant sought in Marriage;
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