The fair lady of the west: and the fortunate farmers son Relating, how a gallant young lady in the west-country, being courted by many persons of quality, refused them all, and cast her affections upon a farmer's son; to whom she discovered her love; and having neither father nor mother living to contradict her, they were privately married to both their hearts desire; and now, live in joy and happy content. ... Tune of, A gallant damosel in Bristol-City, &c. or, William the Weaver

London : printed for W. Thackeray, T. Passenger: and W. VVhitwood, 1678

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