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Title: The wandring prince and princess or, Musidorus and Anadine, both of royal prognry [sic], who being unfortunately separated by means of their parents disagreeing; as fortunately met in a desert, while they both resolved never to cease from searching, till they had found out each other. In shady deserts where was none but beasts to hear these lovers moan, there these faithful lovers met, their marriage day was quickly set. Tune, Young Phaon.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The wandring prince and princess or, Musidorus and Anadine, both of royal prognry [sic], who being unfortunately separated by means of their parents disagreeing; as fortunately met in a desert, while they both resolved never to cease from searching, till they had found out each other. In shady deserts where was none but beasts to hear these lovers moan, there these faithful lovers met, their marriage day was quickly set. Tune, Young Phaon.
[London: Printed for M. Cole, T. Vere, J. Wright, J. Clark, W. Thackery, and T. Passenger, between 1680-1682]
Subject terms:
Ballads, English -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B06735.0001.001

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THE wandring PRINCE and PRINCESS Or, Musidorus and Amadine, both of Royal Prognty, who being unfortunately seperated by means of their Parents disagreeing; as fortunately met in a Desert, while they both resolved rever to cease from searching, till they had found out each other.