Damon and Celia, or, The languishing lover comforted. Of all new songs, the poet hopes that this will please you well, because he knows it is a very good one, you may find hereby, there's nothing lost by loving constantly. Which ought to be all honest lovers guide but as for such who no delays abide; let them love one, for half and hour no more, and when they've done go call their Mrs. whore. To a pleasant new play-house tune, called No, no tis in vain, &c.
Printed for F. Coles, T. Vere, J. Wright, J. Clarke, W. Thackeray, & T. Passenger.,
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