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WHEN WILL YOU BE MY BRIDE?

CUPID'S GARDEN.

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CUPID'S GARDEN. As I wur in Cu-bit's gardiu Not mWOar nor haf an hour, 'T wur thcr I zy d two may-dens Zittin under Cu-bit's bower, A-gathering of sweet jessa-mine, The lily an I the rose These be the fairest flowers As in the gardin grows. I vondly stepped io one o'them, These words to her I z;"ys, "Be you engaged to arra young man, Come tell tu lile, I prays." I beant en:1:.çcd to narra young man, I solemnly declare I aims to live a may-den, And still, the luu-rel wear." Ziys I, "1y stais and gar-ters This here's a pretty go, Vor a vine you;)^c mayd as never woa To aar' all man-kind zo." But the t'other young may-den looked sly at me, And vroin her zeat she risn, Zays she, Let thee and I go our own waay, And we'll let she go shis'n." Scouring of the White Horse.

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