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The babes in the wood. Being a true Relation of a Norfolk Gentleman and his wife, who left two Children to the charge of an Uncle, who dealt most wickedly with them and God plagued him for it, which may be a warning to all Tutors and Guardians. To which is added, the bonny house of Airly.
The pretty green-coat boy's garland, in four parts. Part I. Shewing how a rich Lord's Son in France, fell in Love with a poor Farmer's Daughter. Part II. Also how they were discoursing by a Grove's Side, and were overheard by his Father. Part III. How his Father banishing him, and thought to transport her, but she got herself a Green Livery, and went with him as his Page. Part IV. How after seven Years Travel they returned Home, and how his Father and Mother received them with Joy and Gladness, and had them married.