EBBA ID: 35613

 
JOANS Victory / Over her Fellow-Servants. / A Young-man that with many Maids does dwell, / Thought Joan the rest in beauty did excell; / Mall was too coy, Jenny was too bold, / Kate was too stale, and Nanny was a scold: / That he dislikes them all, and would with none / Be pleas'd, but with his fair and dearest Joan.
Date Published 1672-1696 ?
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Imprint Printed for P. Brooksby, at the Gol- / den-Ball, near the Hospital-gate, / in West-smithfield.
License
Collection Beinecke Library - Broadsides By6
Location Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Shelfmark BrSides By6 1683
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      Part 1
    Title JOANS Victory / Over her Fellow-Servants. / A Young-man that with many Maids does dwell, / Thought Joan the rest in beauty did excell; / Mall was too coy, Jenny was too bold, / Kate was too stale, and Nanny was a scold: / That he dislikes them all, and would with none / Be pleas'd, but with his fair and dearest Joan.
    Tune Imprint Tune of, My own sweet Nichol a Cod.
    First Lines I'Ue liv'd in this Town these 5 Years, / but never the Lass could find
    Refrain then here's a good Health to Joan. [with variation]
    Condition
    Ornament