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The merry maid of Middlesex. Or, A pretty song made by a pretty maid, which had seven suitors, she her self so said, And yet (poor soul) she hath been strangely crost, and through her mothers means, her sweet.heart's [sic] lost: but yet she is resolved in this sonnet, to have a husband, whatsoer'e comes on it. To a dilicate northern tune: or, The maid that lost her way

London : printed by E. Crowch, for F. Coles, T. Vere, & J. Wright, between 1663-1674

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