EBBA ID: 35680

 
Cupids Golden Dart, Or, / A dainty Sonnet here is to be sold, / The like whereof was never sung nor told: / Of a brave Girl that had a bag of Gold, / Which she delivered into her Sweet-hearts hold. / And now they live together lovingly, / In joy, in peace, and true tranquility: / At first they seem'd to be at mortal strife, / But in Conclusion were made Man and Wife.
Date Published 1674-1679 ?
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Imprint Printed for F. Coles, T. Vere, J. Wright, and J. Clarke.
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Collection Beinecke Library - Broadsides By6
Location Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Shelfmark BrSides By6 1670
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      Part 1
    Title Cupids Golden Dart, Or, / A dainty Sonnet here is to be sold, / The like whereof was never sung nor told: / Of a brave Girl that had a bag of Gold, / Which she delivered into her Sweet-hearts hold. / And now they live together lovingly, / In joy, in peace, and true tranquility: / At first they seem'd to be at mortal strife, / But in Conclusion were made Man and Wife.
    Tune Imprint Tune is, Down in an Arbour devouted to Venus.
    First Lines VVHen Aurora in Azus was blushing, / A nimph of Venus attending the train,
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