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To the left of the title in the MS is "505" and to the right "Mrs Russell of Upwey"
Under the title is a sticky label marked D772
As I was going up through Glastonbury Street,
The windows were made of glass,
I lookÃ¨d high and I lookÃ¨d low,
And a fair pretty maid I spied.
Right fa la sing fal the dal dee.
I said, "Fair maiden, will you come down,
That I your body may view,
If ever I wed with anyone,
Shall sure to be with ycu."
Right fa 1a &c.
She said, "Kind sir, I can't come down,
For my father is standing by,
But you shall nave my fair body,
To the quizziam & quaker lay."
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