The lovers dreame who sleeping, thought he did imbrace his love, which when he wak'd, did no such matter prove; yet afterwards her love he did enjoy, by sending a letter by a trusty young boy. To the tune of, I laid me downe to sleepe.

Title

The lovers dreame who sleeping, thought he did imbrace his love, which when he wak'd, did no such matter prove; yet afterwards her love he did enjoy, by sending a letter by a trusty young boy. To the tune of, I laid me downe to sleepe.

Author
Date

1633

Place of Publication

London

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Languages

English

Editorial Practice

Printer's name from and publication date conjectured by STC. Verse - "As I was walking all alone,". In two parts; woodcuts at head of each part. Reproduction of the original in the British Library.

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Approx. 6 KB of XML-encoded text transcribed from 1 1-bit group-IV TIFF page image.

Identifiers
  • OTA: A06395
  • PURL: http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/A06395
  • DLPS: A06395
  • STC: STC 16864A
  • STC: ESTC S120168
  • EEBO-CITATION: 99855367
  • PROQUEST: 99855367
  • VID: 20857