EBBA ID: 30855

British Library - Roxburghe 2.412
 
THE Triumph at an End, / Or, The Tyranness Defeated. / Behold how rashly Lovers hurry on / Upon the point of sure destruction, / Females are Tyrants, for when they see / They are admir'd & lov'd, theyl cruel be. / When most you shun them, then they most do love. / Then let all mankind in a mean Still move: / Or if your flame burn bright let them not know it, / Your hopes are ruin'd if you once but show it.
Date Published 1681-1684
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Imprint Printed for J. Wright J. Clark W. Thackery & T. Passenger
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Page 2.412
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.8.412
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  Part 1
Title THE Triumph at an End, / Or, The Tyranness Defeated. / Behold how rashly Lovers hurry on / Upon the point of sure destruction, / Females are Tyrants, for when they see / They are admir'd & lov'd, theyl cruel be. / When most you shun them, then they most do love. / Then let all mankind in a mean Still move: / Or if your flame burn bright let them not know it, / Your hopes are ruin'd if you once but show it.
Tune Imprint To the pleasant new tune of, How bright art thou &c. Or, Young Jamey.
First Lines HOw bright are thou whose Starry eyes / two cruel Tyrants prove?
Refrain Sweet Phillada be kind. [with variation]
Condition
Ornament
Notes Printed on the recto of EBBA 30854, entitled "The Sorrowful Complaint Of / Conscience and Plain-Dealing. / Against Millers, Userers, Taylors, and Hostises, By which poor Conscience and Plain- / Dealing was sufficiently abused as you shall hear by these following lines."