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Identifier: roxburgheballads07chapuoft
Title: The Roxburghe ballads
Year: 1879 (1870s)
Authors: Chappell, W. (William), 1809-1888
Subjects: English ballads and songs
Publisher: Hertford : Printed for the Ballad Society by S. Austin
Contributing Library: Pratt - University of Toronto
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er than Gold]. 48 They, like the industrious Bee, will delightTo labour, and bring home their profit at night;If such a kind Husband you happen to have,Your duty, dear Daughter, will then be to save ;jLnd likewise be loving, not given to scold,Good Husbands [are Jewels far better than Gold]. When Wives by their Husbands are dearly adord, No greater a Blessing the world can afford; In troubles or crosses, or what may befall, Good Husbands will still bear a share in them all ;And in their kind arms their siveet Wives will infold,Good Husbands [are Jewels far better than Gold]. 60 Jims. This may be Printed, R[ich]. P[ocock]. [In Black-letter. Colophon shorn off by Pearsons sheet-mounter; but thePepys exemplar says Printed for /. Deacon, at the sign of the Angel in Guilt-spur-street. Four woodcuts: 1st, the lady of p. 45; 2nd, another, wry-mouthed, of vi. 76; 3rd and 4th, men, of vi. 163, left, and 173, ri^ht,respectively. Date, Licence, 1685-88. This woodcut belongs to p. 45 and p. 150.]

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s 149 [Eoxburglie Collection, III. 88 ; Douce, II. 216 verso.J SDtalogue ftettoeen Thomas and John. lit tf)t pzaiw, anti otgpratge of Momtn, ano Mine. Thomas against the Women doth contend,But John most stoutly doth their cause defend.Young and Old, read these lines that ensue,Youl all confess that which I write is true.I know no reason, but that, without dispute,This may as well be printed, as sung to Lute. To a gallant delightful new Tune, well known amongst Musitioners,and in Play-houses, called, Women and Wine. [See p. 153.] Thomas.Ome Women are like to the Wine, like the Sea, and like the Rocks;But they that proves them soon may find em like the Win[djand Weather-Cocks: . [text, Wine.* But if youl believe me, Fie tell you true What light Women are like unto :Wine, Wine, Women and Wine, thus may you compare them too. John.Women most constant Men do find, not like the Sea, hut like the Rocks;They are evermore loving and kind, not like the Wine and Weather-Cocks. But if, etc. 18 Tho


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