EBBA ID: 30867

British Library - Roxburghe 3.220-221
 
The valiant Commander with his resolute Lady, / Shewing, / A breif discourse of a Commander bold, / Who had a wife was worth her weight in gold, / Shee bravely fought to save her husbands life. / Let all men judge, was not this a valiant wife.
Date Published 1685?
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 3.220, 3.221
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.9.220-221
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TitleThe valiant Commander with his resolute Lady, / Shewing, / A breif discourse of a Commander bold, / Who had a wife was worth her weight in gold, / Shee bravely fought to save her husbands life. / Let all men judge, was not this a valiant wife.The second part
Tune ImprintTo a new Northern tune called, I would give ten thousand pounds shee was in Shrewsbury, OR, Ned Smith.to the same tune.
First LinesGAllants come list a while / a story I will tell,VVHen he thus spoken had / his Lady he forsook
RefrainThis unto her he said / dearest come thou to mee. / I would give ten thousand pounds / thou wert in Shrewsbury. [with variation]Dearest farewell from mee, / dearest farewell from mee, / I would give ten thousand pound, / thou wert in Shrewsbury. [with variation]
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