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Broadside ballad entitled 'A Wedding Song Upon The Famous Tincklarian Doctor William Mitchel, and Ann Stewart'
Famous Tincklarian Doctor
Who was Married upon the 2d of April 1717.
Of the Fam'd Doctor's Wit and Love,
In Evening Walks as one may Guess,
Apparl'd in Gaudy Dress,
With Naked Breast's and Patched Faces,
For five Months space now past and gone,
So long should want a Female fair,
After such Publick Invitation
Yet after five months time we find,
Tamely into his Bosom came,,
As we Presume, but for his Merit,
Nis Wisdom and his Eloquence,
And mighty knack of Writing Sencd
Strick Devotion and Chastity,
With many other Vertues care,
Who with the Doctor can compare.
Date of publication:
1717 shelfmark: Ry.III.c.36(088)