EBBA ID: 31304

British Library - Roxburghe 3.885
 
The True Lover's Joy: / Or, A Dialogue between a Seaman and his Love. / The Maid implores the Aid of Charon's Boat, / That to the gloomy Shades her Soul might bloat; / With Sighs and Groans, much weary and opprest; / At last he heard her Moan, and gave her rest, / From all past Dangers, and from future Harms, / She safe arriv'd and anchor'd in his in his Arms.
Date Published 1696-1715 ?
Author
Standard Tune
Imprint Printed for E. Brooksby at the Golden / Ball in Pye=corner.
License
Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Page 3.885
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.9.885
ESTC ID
Keyword Categories
MARC Record
Additional Information
  Part 1
Title The True Lover's Joy: / Or, A Dialogue between a Seaman and his Love. / The Maid implores the Aid of Charon's Boat, / That to the gloomy Shades her Soul might bloat; / With Sighs and Groans, much weary and opprest; / At last he heard her Moan, and gave her rest, / From all past Dangers, and from future Harms, / She safe arriv'd and anchor'd in his in his Arms.
Tune Imprint To a new Tune much in Request.
First Lines Hark Charon, come away, / bring forth thy Boat and Oars,
Refrain
Condition
Ornament