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Title: The fame, vvit, and glory of the vvest, here in this song shall fully be exprest. A caveat for young men wherein they may behold, how a youngster gave away his mistris and his gold; and maids likewise may here a lesson learn, wherein good from bad they may discern; learn but this damsels, wit, and then youl finde, a way to fit all suters in their kind. To a pleasant new tune, called the glory of the west.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The fame, vvit, and glory of the vvest, here in this song shall fully be exprest. A caveat for young men wherein they may behold, how a youngster gave away his mistris and his gold; and maids likewise may here a lesson learn, wherein good from bad they may discern; learn but this damsels, wit, and then youl finde, a way to fit all suters in their kind. To a pleasant new tune, called the glory of the west.
London: printed for R. Burton, at the Horse-shooe in Smithfield, 164[9]
Subject terms:
Ballads, English -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B03419.0001.001

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The Fame, Wit, and glory of the VVest, Here in this Song shall fully be exprest.
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