EBBA 37474

British Library - Bagford
 
The Mother and Daughter, Or, / A Dialogue betwixt them composed in Verse, / If you will attend, I will rehearse; / How the Mother did chide the Daughter for folly / The Daughter with her Mother did not dally, / To silence her Mother her self she did fix. / And proved her Mother to be a Meretrix. / Still'd her Mothers tongue that so loud did sound, / Nuncl'd her Mam, and got twice fifty pound. / Those two Fadillaes, as chaste as Jane Shore, / Live quiet, that never did so before.
Date Published 1678-1688 ?
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Standard Tune
Imprint London, Printed, for W. Thackeray, T. Passinger and W. VVhitwood.
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Collection British Library - Bagford
Pages 2.122 Page Verso, 2.123
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.40.m.10.(126.)
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      Part 1
    Title The Mother and Daughter, Or, / A Dialogue betwixt them composed in Verse, / If you will attend, I will rehearse; / How the Mother did chide the Daughter for folly / The Daughter with her Mother did not dally, / To silence her Mother her self she did fix. / And proved her Mother to be a Meretrix. / Still'd her Mothers tongue that so loud did sound, / Nuncl'd her Mam, and got twice fifty pound. / Those two Fadillaes, as chaste as Jane Shore, / Live quiet, that never did so before.
    Tune Imprint Tune is, Come sweet heart and embrace thy own, or The dancing of Primrose Hill.
    First Lines WHy how now Nan, what is the reason, / that you look so pale and wan?
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    Ornament
    Notes Cut apart and pasted onto two facing album sheets.