EBBA ID: 33272

National Library of Scotland - Crawford 720
 
The merry Maid of Middlesex, / OR, / A pretty Song made by a pretty Maid, / Which had seven Suitors, she her self so said, / And yet (poor soul) she hath been strangely crost, / And through her Mothers means, her Sweet.heart's lost: / But yet she is resolved in this Sonnet, / To have a Husband, whatsoer'e comes on it.
Date Published 1663-1674 ?
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Imprint London, Printed by E. Crowch, for / F. Coles, T. Vere, & J. Wright
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Collection National Library of Scotland - Crawford
Location National Library of Scotland
Shelfmark Crawford.EB.720
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TitleThe merry Maid of Middlesex, / OR, / A pretty Song made by a pretty Maid, / Which had seven Suitors, she her self so said, / And yet (poor soul) she hath been strangely crost, / And through her Mothers means, her Sweet.heart's lost: / But yet she is resolved in this Sonnet, / To have a Husband, whatsoer'e comes on it.The second part,
Tune ImprintTo a dilicate Northern Tune: Or, The Maid that lost her way.to the same Tune.
First LinesIT was not long agone / since Cupid with his Dart,NExe Tom the Tyalor trim, / he brought me a brave new gown
RefrainLet Father angry be, / let mother brawl, and chide, / A Husband I will have, / what ever me betide, [with variation]But now let Father frown, / let Mother brawl and chide: / A Husband I will have, / what ever me betide, [with variation]
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