EBBA ID: 32765

National Library of Scotland - Crawford 110
 
The Ladies Delight, / OR, / Narcissus his Love-Flower. / A pleasant and delightful new Ditty, / Made by a Lover for Ladys so witty, / When to Venus sports, they please to resort / To pull sweet Flowers, that yeelds the best sport.
Date Published 1656-1664 ?
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Imprint London, Printed for Charles Tyus at the sign of the three Bibles on London-Bridge.
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Collection National Library of Scotland - Crawford
Location National Library of Scotland
Shelfmark Crawford.EB.110
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TitleThe Ladies Delight, / OR, / Narcissus his Love-Flower. / A pleasant and delightful new Ditty, / Made by a Lover for Ladys so witty, / When to Venus sports, they please to resort / To pull sweet Flowers, that yeelds the best sport.The second part
Tune ImprintThe Tune is, Narcissus come kiss us, &c.to the same tune.
First LinesAS I was walking I cannot tell when, / nor I cannot tell whether nor whereAT length he did put in this pretty fine toy, / in I cannot tell where below,
RefrainNarcissus come kisse us, and love us beside.Narcissus come kisse us, and love us beside.
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Ornament