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The true mayde of the south: or, A rare example of a mayde dwelling at Rie in Sussex

The true mayde of the south: or, A rare example of a mayde dwelling at Rie in Sussex

who for the loue of a young man of Lester-shire, went beyond sea in the habit of a page, and after, to their hearts content, were both marryed at Magrum in Germany, and now dwelling at Rye aforesaid. To the tune of, Come, come, my sweet and bonny one

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Published by for Francis Coules in Printed at London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ballads, English -- 17th century,
  • Love poetry -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    GenreEarly works to 1800
    SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 2049:5
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15405762M


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The true mayde of the south: or, A rare example of a mayde dwelling at Rie in Sussex: who for the loue of a young man of Lester-shire, went beyond sea in the habit of a page, and after, to their hearts content, were both marryed at Magrum in Germany, and now dwelling at Rye aforesaid.

To the tune of, Come, come, my sweet and bonny one. The true mayde of the south: or, A rare example of a maide dvvelling at Rie in Sussex: who for the loue of a young man of Lester-shire, went beyond the sea in the habit of a page, and after, to their hearts content, were both marryed at Magrum in Germany, and now dwelling at Rye aforesaid.

To the tune of, Come, come my sweet and bonny one. "the true mayde of the south, OR, A rare example of a maide dwelling at Rie in Sussex, who for the love of a young man of Lester-shire, went beyond sea in the habit of a page, and after, to their hearts content were both marryed at Magrum in Germany, and now dwelling at Rye aforesaid.".

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