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The Scotch wooing, or, Jockey of the Lough, and Jenny of the Lee : Jockey wooes Jenny, for to be his dear, but Jenny long time is in mickle fear : least Jockey should be false or prove unkind, but Jockey put that quite out of her mind, so that at length they fairly did agree, to strike a bargain up, as you shall see : to the tune of, Jockey's gone to the wood.

The Scotch wooing, or, Jockey of the Lough, and Jenny of the Lee : Jockey wooes Jenny, for to be his dear, but Jenny long time is in mickle fear : least Jockey should be false or prove unkind, but Jockey put that quite out of her mind, so that at length they fairly did agree, to strike a bargain up, as you shall see : to the tune of, Jockey's gone to the wood.

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Scotch wooing
Date: [1675?]
Publisher: Printed for P[hilip]. Brooksby, at the Golden-ball, in West-smithfield,
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Description:
Verse - "Dear Jockey's gone to the wood".
Place, date of publication, and publisher's name from Wing.
BEIN 2000 Folio 6 13: Mounted to 30 x 42 cm.
Physical Description:
1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. (woodcuts) ; 22 x 34 cm.
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Object ID: 11174922
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