EBBA 37662

British Library - Collection of 225 Ballads
 
The Noble Gallant; / Or, An Answer to Long Days of Absence, &c. / He all those jealous Doubts of hers removes, / And now unto this fair one constant proves, / He tells her he is hers, none shall possess / Him, but her self, such love he doth express; / He gives her all content that can be spoken, / And chears her heart, which once was almost broken; / VVhat e're she asks she has, BEAUTY rules all, / It can a Lovers heart make rise or fall.
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Imprint [Print]ed for I.H. and sold by F. Coles, T. Vere, I. Wright, and I. Clarke.
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Collection British Library - Collection of 225 Ballads
Location British Library
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    TitleThe Noble Gallant; / Or, An Answer to Long Days of Absence, &c. / He all those jealous Doubts of hers removes, / And now unto this fair one constant proves, / He tells her he is hers, none shall possess / Him, but her self, such love he doth express; / He gives her all content that can be spoken, / And chears her heart, which once was almost broken; / VVhat e're she asks she has, BEAUTY rules all, / It can a Lovers heart make rise or fall.The second Part,
    Tune ImprintTo a pleasant New Tune: called, the German Princesses farewel.To the same Tune.
    First LinesTHink not my Dear thou shalt be absent long, / My heart to thine is ty'd most firm and strong,IF all the World should dare to Laugh, and say / My mind on beauty often goes astray;
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