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" I prithee, sweetheart, canst thou tell me Where that thou wast born?' 'At Islington, kind sir,' said she, 'Where I have had many a scorn. "
Ancient Songs and Ballads, from the Reign of King Henry the Second to the ... - Page 135
by Joseph Ritson, Joseph Frank - 1829
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Drinking-songs. Miscellaneous songs. Ancient ballads

Ballads, English - 1819
...At length came riding by. She step'd to him as red as any rose, Catching hold of his bridle-ring : t Pray you, kind sir, give me one penny, ' To ease my...— • * At Islington, kind sir, (said she) ' Where 1 have had many a scorn.' * I prithee, sweet-heart, can'st thou tell ine, ' Whether thou dost know...
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The Ballad Book: A Selection of the Choicest British Ballads

William Allingham - Ballads, English - 1865 - 397 pages
...Would ease me of much pain." 9 " Before I give you one penny, sweetheart, Pray tell me where you were born." "At Islington, kind sir," said she, " Where I have had many a scorn." 10 " I prithee, sweetheart, then tell to me, O tell me whether you know The bailiff's daughter of Islington...
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Ballads: Scottish and English. With illustr. by J. Lawson

Ballads, English - 1867
...Would ease me of much pain." " Before I give you one penny, sweetheart, Pray tell me where you were born ? " "At Islington, kind sir," said she, " Where...I have had many a scorn." " I prithee, sweetheart then tell to me, Oh tell me whether you know The bailiff's daughter of Islington ? " " She is dead,...
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Short readings from English poetry, chosen and arranged with notes by H.A. Hertz

Helen A Hertz - 1879
..."Would ease me of much pain." "Before I give you one penny, sweetheart, Pray tell me where you were born." "At Islington, kind sir," said she, "Where I have had many a scorn." " I prithee, sweetheart, then tell to me, O tell me whether you know The bailiff's daughter of Islington?" " She 's dead, sir,...
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The English and Scottish Popular Ballads, Part 4

Francis James Child - Ballads, English - 1886
...length came riding by. 8 She stept to him, as red as any rose, And took him by the bridle-ring : ' I pray you, kind sir, give me one penny, To ease my weary limb.' 9 ' I prithee, sweetheart, canst thou tell me Where that thou wast born ? ' ' At Islington, kind sir,'...
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Ballads and romances

William James Linton, Richard Henry Stoddard - English poetry - 1883
...Would ease me of much pain." " Before I give you one penny, sweetheart ! Pray tell me where you were born." " At Islington, kind Sir ! " said she,— "...I have had many a scorn." " I prithee, sweetheart ! then tell to me, — O tell me whether you know The bailiff's daughter of Islington ! " " She is...
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A Century of Ballads

John Ashton - Ballads, English - 1887 - 354 pages
...at length came riding by, She stept to him as red as any Rose, and took him by the Bridle Ring ; I pray you, kind sir, give me one, penny, to ease my weary limb. I prithee (sweet heart) can'st thou tell me where that thou wast born ? At Islington, kind sir, 'said she, where...
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Popular British Ballads, Ancient and Modern, Volume 2

Reginald Brimley Johnson - Ballads - 1894
...The Bailiffs Daughter ^ 241 " Before I give you one penny, sweet-heart, Pray tell me where you were born." " At Islington, kind sir," said she, " Where I have had many a scorn." " I prythee, sweet-heart, then tell to me, O tell me, whether you know The bailiff's daughter of Islington."...
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The Listening Child: A Selection from the Stores of English Verse Made for ...

Children's poetry - 1917 - 408 pages
...Would ease me of much pain." " Before I give you one penny, sweetheart, Pray tell me where were you born." "At Islington, kind sir," said she, " Where...I have had many a scorn." " I prithee, sweetheart, then tell to me, O tell me whether you know The bailiff's daughter of Islington ? " " She is dead,...
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The Listening Child: A Selection from the Stories of English Verse

Children's poetry - 1899 - 408 pages
...Would ease me of much pain." " Before I give you one penny, sweetheart, Pray tell me where were you born." " At Islington, kind sir," said she, "Where...I have had many a scorn." " I prithee, sweetheart, then tell to me, O tell me whether you know The bailiff's daughter of Islington ?" " She is dead, sir,...
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