The mariner's delight, or, The seaman's seaven wives

Publication Date1662
RemainderBeing a pleasant new song; shewing how a seaman call'd Anthony courted a young maid whose name is Susan, in London: and (with great difficulty) gain'd her affection; notwithstanding he had seaven wives, all alive at that time: and at last was discovered, to the great advantage and satisfaction of the vertuous maid and all her relations. From which every woman, widow and maid may learn how to be wary, and cautions [sic] in their courting. To the tune of, Hail to the mirtle shades
Extent1 sheet ([1] p.)
PublisherPrinted for J[oshua]. Conyers at the Raven in Duck-lain




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