Constant lovers, or, Jemmy and Nancy of Yarmouth (1)

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Constant lovers, or, Jemmy and Nancy of Yarmouth  (1840-1850) 

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THE CONSTANT LOVERS;

OR,

JEMMY AND NANCY OF YARMOUTH.


PART 1. Showing how beautiful Nancy of Yarmouth fell in love with young Jemmy the Sailor. -2. How the Father conveyed a letter to destroy young Jemmy, his daughter's sweetheart. -3. Shewing how the Ghost of young Jemmy the Sailor appeared to beautiful Nancy of Yarmouth. -4. How the Ghosts of these two unfortunate Lovers appeared to the boatswain, and he, having his trial, was hanged at the yard's arm.

ALSO,

THE BLOODY GARDENER.

LIKEWISE A BRIEF HISTORY OF

THE EARL OF ESSEX,

A GREAT FAVOURITE OF QUEEN ELIZABETH;

WITH A LAMENTABLE BALLAD ON HIS DEATH,

TO WHICH IS ADDED,

DAFT WATTY'S RAMBLE

TO CARLISLE.




GLASGOW :

PRINTED FOR THE BOOKSELLERS.


This work was published before January 1, 1926, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.