APA Citation

(1670). The bashful virgin: or, The secret lover: Cupid hath wounded her unto the heart which makes her feel a love tormenting smart yet she (poor heart) is loath for to discover her real grief unto her deare lover, at length she courage takes and doth reveal what she long time intended to conceal. Tune of, I am so deep in love, or Little boy, &c. London: Printed for W. Thackery, T. Passenger, and W. Whitwood.

Chicago Style Citation

The Bashful Virgin: Or, The Secret Lover: Cupid Hath Wounded Her Unto the Heart Which Makes Her Feel a Love Tormenting Smart yet She (poor Heart) Is Loath for to Discover Her Real Grief Unto Her Deare Lover, At Length She Courage Takes and Doth Reveal What She Long Time Intended to Conceal. Tune Of, I Am so Deep in Love, or Little Boy, &c. London: Printed for W. Thackery, T. Passenger, and W. Whitwood, 1670.

MLA Citation

The Bashful Virgin: Or, The Secret Lover: Cupid Hath Wounded Her Unto the Heart Which Makes Her Feel a Love Tormenting Smart yet She (poor Heart) Is Loath for to Discover Her Real Grief Unto Her Deare Lover, At Length She Courage Takes and Doth Reveal What She Long Time Intended to Conceal. Tune Of, I Am so Deep in Love, or Little Boy, &c. London: Printed for W. Thackery, T. Passenger, and W. Whitwood, 1670.

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