The kind lovers, or, Cupids conquest over bashfulness

Publication Date1683
RemainderBeing the happy loves of Amandus and Coriana. A most pleasant new play song. The beauteous nymph her bashful lover charms and by sweet songs allures him to her armes he taking heart layes all his blushes by. Forc'd o by love and her attractive eye, till to the height of bliss he does assume and then for fear his transports leave no room, for this it was the proverb old was ment 'tis bashful folly spoils a good intent. To the tune of, Hark! Hark in you grove, or Digbyes farwell
Extent1 sheet ([1] p.)
PublisherPrinted for J. Conyers at the Black Raven in Duck-lane


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