The swimming lady. Or, a wanton discovery. : Being a true relation of a coy lady betrayed by her lover as she was stripping her self stark naked, and swimming in a river near Oxford. To a pleasant new tune: or, I'll never have thee more.
[London] : Printed for S. Deacon, at the Angel in Gilt-spur-street, [1701?]
Printed in two columns with the woodcut and title above them; the columns are separated by an line of ornamental type.
Place of publication for the Bodleian Library Ballads database.
Year of publication conjectured by cataloguer based on Plomer entry: S. Deacon at the Angel in Giltspur Street c. 1700.
ESTC (RLIN), ESTCN70865
bb A ballad about a woman who trusts her lover, then is betrayed by him.
Microfilm. Marlborough, Wilts. : Adam Matthew Publications, Ltd, 2000. 1 microfilm reel : 35 mm. (Masculinity: Men defining men and gentlemen, 1560-1918 Part I: 1600-1800 ; reel 1 : Douce Ballads 3(86br))
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