Cupids golden dart. Or, A dainty sonnet here is to be sold, the like whereof was never sung nor told; of a brave girle that had a bag of gold, which she delivered into her sweet-hearts hold; and now they live together lovingly, in joy, in peace and true tranquility: at first they seem'd to be at mortal strife; but in conclusion were made man and wife. The tune is, Down in an arbor devoted to Venus.
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