The enchanted lover, or, Celia triumphant. Being a most pleasant new court song. Conquered by love enchanted Strephoân sings, whilst the love god his flames fans with his wings, and makes him Celia praise unto the skies, beauty and Celia now are all he cryes, transported by his passion and her eyes, thus amorous youth are caught in Cupids net, which the enchanting fair doves daily set. To a pleasant new playhouse tune

London : Printed for P. Brooksby at the Golden Ball in West smithfield., 1672

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