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 (1670).  Joans victory over her fellow-servants. A young-man that with many maids does dwell, thought Joan the rest in beauty did excell; Mall was too coy, Jenny was too bold, Kate was too stale, and Nanny was a scold: that he dislikes them all, and would with none be pleas'd, but with his fair and dearest Joan. Tune of, My own sweet Nichol a cod.  [London] :  Printed for P[hilip]. Brooksby, at the Golden-Ball, near the Hospital-gate, in West-smithfield

MLA Citation

 Joans victory over her fellow-servants. [electronic resource] : A young-man that with many maids does dwell, thought Joan the rest in beauty did excell; Mall was too coy, Jenny was too bold, Kate was too stale, and Nanny was a scold: that he dislikes them all, and would with none be pleas'd, but with his fair and dearest Joan. Tune of, My own sweet Nichol a cod  Printed for P[hilip]. Brooksby, at the Golden-Ball, near the Hospital-gate, in West-smithfield [London]  1670

Australian/Harvard Citation

 1670,  Joans victory over her fellow-servants. [electronic resource] : A young-man that with many maids does dwell, thought Joan the rest in beauty did excell; Mall was too coy, Jenny was too bold, Kate was too stale, and Nanny was a scold: that he dislikes them all, and would with none be pleas'd, but with his fair and dearest Joan. Tune of, My own sweet Nichol a cod  Printed for P[hilip]. Brooksby, at the Golden-Ball, near the Hospital-gate, in West-smithfield [London]

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