EBBA ID: 31652

University of Glasgow Library - Euing 10
 
An Admirable New Northern Story. / Of two constant Lovers as I understand, / Were born neer to Applehie in Westmerland, / The Lad named Anthonie, Constance the Lasse, / To Sea they went both, and great dangers did passe, / How they suffered ship-wrack on the Coast of Spain / For two years divided and then met again. / By wonderfull Fortune and care accident, / And now both live at home in joy and content,
Date Published 1644-1682 ?
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Imprint Printed for T. Vere at the / sign of the Angel with- / out Newgate.
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Collection University of Glasgow Library - Euing
Location University of Glasgow Library
Shelfmark Euing Ballads 10
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TitleAn Admirable New Northern Story. / Of two constant Lovers as I understand, / Were born neer to Applehie in Westmerland, / The Lad named Anthonie, Constance the Lasse, / To Sea they went both, and great dangers did passe, / How they suffered ship-wrack on the Coast of Spain / For two years divided and then met again. / By wonderfull Fortune and care accident, / And now both live at home in joy and content,The second Part,
Tune ImprintThe tune is, I would thou wert in Shrewsbury.To the same Tune.
First LinesTWo Lovers in the North, / Constance and Anthony,ALack and weladay, / by tempest on the main,
RefrainStil she cryes Anthony, / my bonny Anthony, / Gang thou by Sea or Land, / Ile wend along with thee. [with variation]My bonny Anthony, / my cony Anthony. / If thou beest sunk i'th Seas, / I wish I were with thee. [with variation]
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