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The young-mans complaint for the loss of his mistris. : Young-men you see my fortune is such, I have lost my love by loving her too much: my fortune's bad as other young mens be, read but these lines, and you shall plainly see: I being bashful, she was something coy, I have lost my love, which should have been my joy. To an excellent new tune, I have lost my dear mistris. Preview this item
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The young-mans complaint for the loss of his mistris. : Young-men you see my fortune is such, I have lost my love by loving her too much: my fortune's bad as other young mens be, read but these lines, and you shall plainly see: I being bashful, she was something coy, I have lost my love, which should have been my joy. To an excellent new tune, I have lost my dear mistris.

Publisher: [London] : Printed for F[rancis]. Coles, T[homas]. Vere, J[ohn]. Wright, and J[ohn]. Clarke., [between 1674-1679]
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Material Type: Document, Government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
OCLC Number: 606674040
Description: 1 online resource (1 sheet ([1] pages)) : illustrations (woodcuts)
Other Titles: I have lost my dear mistris.

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