EBBA ID: 30785

British Library - Roxburghe 2.340-341
 
The Mother and Daughter; Or, / A Dialogue betwixt them composed in Verse, / if you will attend, I will rehearse: / How the Mother did chide the Daughter for folly, / The Daughter with her Mother did not dally, / To silence her Mother her self she did fix, / And proved her Mother to be a Meretrix. / She still'd her Mothers tongue that so loud did found. / Nuncl'd her Mam, and got twice fifty pound. / Those two Fadillaes, as chaste as Jane Shore, / Live quiet, that never did so before.
Date Published 1672-1696 ?
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Imprint Printed for P. Brooksby, at the Golden-Ball, near the Hospital-gate, West-smithfield.
License
Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 2.340, 2.341
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.8.340-341
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  Part 1
Title The Mother and Daughter; Or, / A Dialogue betwixt them composed in Verse, / if you will attend, I will rehearse: / How the Mother did chide the Daughter for folly, / The Daughter with her Mother did not dally, / To silence her Mother her self she did fix, / And proved her Mother to be a Meretrix. / She still'd her Mothers tongue that so loud did found. / Nuncl'd her Mam, and got twice fifty pound. / Those two Fadillaes, as chaste as Jane Shore, / Live quiet, that never did so before.
Tune Imprint The Tune is, Come Sweet-heart and Embrace thine own: or, The dancing of primrose-hill
First Lines WHy how Nan, what is the reason, / that you look so pale and wan?
Refrain O Mother i've mumpt you now.
Condition
Ornament