EBBA ID: 31732

University of Glasgow Library - Euing 59
 
The dying Young-man, and the obdurate Maid, / OR, / A strange and wonderful Relation of a Young-man / that dyed for love about the midest of this present Iune, with the Maids per- / plexity for loss of her love, and how likely she is to dy for the same cause / worthy the view of all young-men and Maids both in Country and / City, delightful to all, hurtful to none.
Date Published 1654-1663 ?
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Imprint London, Printed for John Andrews, at / the White-Lyon near Py-Corner.
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Collection University of Glasgow Library - Euing
Location University of Glasgow Library
Shelfmark Euing Ballads 59
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TitleThe dying Young-man, and the obdurate Maid, / OR, / A strange and wonderful Relation of a Young-man / that dyed for love about the midest of this present Iune, with the Maids per- / plexity for loss of her love, and how likely she is to dy for the same cause / worthy the view of all young-men and Maids both in Country and / City, delightful to all, hurtful to none.The second part,
Tune ImprintTo the Tune of, Fancies Phenix.To the same Tune
First LinesCOme you young men and maidens fair / For unto you I will now declare,HE kept his time and to her came / But she proved a scornful dame,
RefrainSweet grant me love or else I dye. [with variation]Tis for thy love that I must dye. [with variation]
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