EBBA 36051

Manchester Central Library - Blackletter Ballads
 
No Ring, no VVedding; / A merry new Song of the wooing there was, / 'Twixt a zealous Youngman, and a Cavalier Lasse, / He woos (and would wed) she will have no such thing, / Unlesse she may married be with a Ring / Have Ribons, and Gloves, Rosemary, and Baves, / And all things that were in her fore-Fathers dayes.
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Collection Manchester Central Library - Blackletter Ballads
Page 2.4
Location Manchester Central Library
Shelfmark BR f 821.04 B49
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      Part 1
    Title No Ring, no VVedding; / A merry new Song of the wooing there was, / 'Twixt a zealous Youngman, and a Cavalier Lasse, / He woos (and would wed) she will have no such thing, / Unlesse she may married be with a Ring / Have Ribons, and Gloves, Rosemary, and Baves, / And all things that were in her fore-Fathers dayes.
    Tune Imprint The Tune is, The Parson of the Parish.
    First Lines SWeet=Heart I come unto thee, / hoping thy Love to win,
    Refrain thou pretty Cavalier. [with variation]
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    Notes Only the first part of this ballad remains.

    Pasted onto the same album sheet as EBBA 36409, "[Come turn to mee thou pretty little one, and I will / turn to thee.]"