To her brown beard. : For i'le warrant the girl he'l love the [sic]. This counsel doth advise all maidens, kind, to have a care lest Cupid make them blind, whereby to dote on young mens fickle love, which their actions will unconstant prove: husbands enough, and plenty may be had, some very good, and some exceeding bad; then come fair maids, pray pick and chuse thebest [sic], and let Old Nick make use of all the rest, tune of Sweet is the lass, or My maidenhead will not o're load me.
Printed for P[hilip]. Brooksby at the golden ball in Pye-Corner.,
|Series:||Early English books; Tract supplement
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|Item Description:||Verse: "You pretty ladies all ..."|
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