|Title:||The faythfull louers resolution: being forsaken of a coy and faythles dame. To the tune of, My deere and only loue take heed.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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The faythfull louers resolution: being forsaken of a coy and faythles dame. To the tune of, My deere and only loue take heed.
Printed at London: [by J. White?] for P. Birch, [1618?]
The faythfull Louers resolution, b•ing forsaken of a coy and faythles Dame.
The coy Maydens answere.