EBBA ID: 31068

British Library - Roxburghe 3.354-355
 
True LOVE rewarded with LOYALTY; / OR, / Mirth and Joy after Sorrow and Sadness. / This young Man did walk in pensive Manner, / Being a soldier under Cupid's Banner; / In loving Terms he did express his Mind, / Still fearing that his Love would prove unkind / But she to ease him from all future Pain, / Did chear his Heart, and grant him Love again.
Date Published 1725-1769 ?
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Standard Tune
Imprint Newcastle upon Tyne, Printed and Sold by JOHN WHITE.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 3.354, 3.355
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.9.354-355
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Title True LOVE rewarded with LOYALTY; / OR, / Mirth and Joy after Sorrow and Sadness. / This young Man did walk in pensive Manner, / Being a soldier under Cupid's Banner; / In loving Terms he did express his Mind, / Still fearing that his Love would prove unkind / But she to ease him from all future Pain, / Did chear his Heart, and grant him Love again.
Tune Imprint To a new West-country Tune, called, O hark my Love, or, Flora Farewel.
First Lines AS I walk'd forth to take the Air, / One Morning musing all alone;
Refrain My Love that I must part from thee. [with variation]| So true and constant to my Love [with variation]| If I be nto thy true Love still. [with variation]
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