Love in the blossome: or, Fancy in the bud. Containing a pretty, pleasant and delightful courtship, betwixt two very young (but truly amorous) lovers, being persons of very eminent quality, (at their first entrance into Cupid's school.) To the tune of, Amarillis told her swain. / J.P.
1 sheet ( p.) : ill. (woodcuts).Attributed to John Playford by Wing.Verse: "One summers evening fresh and fair ..."Imprint suggested by Wing.Trimmed.Reproduction of original in the British Library
Love poetry, English -- Early works to 1800., Ballads, English -- 17th century.
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