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Young Jemmy, or, The princely shepherd. Being a most pleasant and delightful new song. In blest Arcadia, where each shepherd feeds his numerous flocks, and tunes on slender reeds, his song of love, while the fair nymphs trip round, the chief amongst 'um was young Jemmy found: for he with glances could enslave each heart, but fond ambition made him to depart the fields to court, led on by such as sought to blast his vertues which much sorrow brought to a pleasant new play-house tune. Or, In Ianuary last, or, The gowlin.
by Behn, Aphra, 1640-1689.Get full text
The Scotch wooing: or, Jockey of the Lough, and Jenny of the Lee: Jockey wooes Jenny, for to be his dear, but Jenny long time is in mickle fear; least Jockey should be false or prove unkind, but Jockey put that quite out of her mind, so that at length they fairly did agree, to strike a bargain up, as you shall see. To the tune of, Jockey's gone to the wood.
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