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Love in a maze ; [or], The young-man pu[t to] his [dumps.] : [Being a gallant] discourse on May-Day last bewteen two [witty l]overs. Here in this song you may behold and see, a gallant girle obtained by wit and honesty. All yov that hear this song, and mark it but aright, may say true loves worth gold, and breeds much more deligh[t]. To a pleasant new tune, called, The true lovers delight, or The Cambridge horn. Preview this item
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Love in a maze ; [or], The young-man pu[t to] his [dumps.] : [Being a gallant] discourse on May-Day last bewteen two [witty l]overs. Here in this song you may behold and see, a gallant girle obtained by wit and honesty. All yov that hear this song, and mark it but aright, may say true loves worth gold, and breeds much more deligh[t]. To a pleasant new tune, called, The true lovers delight, or The Cambridge horn.

Publisher: London : Printed for Richard Burton at the Horshoo in West Smithfield, [169?]
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Genre/Form: Broadsides
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
OCLC Number: 1086544561
Notes: Date of publication conjectured by cataloger from Wing (2nd ed.) L3209 and L3210.
Imperfect: print faded with loss of text.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Description: 1 online resource (1 sheet ([1] pages)) : illustrations
Other Titles: Young man put to his dumps

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