The Conslart sailors garland, in three parts : I. The loyal courtship betwen a sailor and a farmer's only daughter. II. The sailors mother's extream passion for her son's pretending to marry the farmer's daughter, whom she thought below his fortune. III. The sailors wedding who brought his bride home to his mother in such a rich carb, that she took her to be a lady, till the farmer her father, otherwise informed her saying down two hundred guineas on the wedding day, concluding with the sailor's mother's frolicksome figures upon the sight of the gold.
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