In poem 47/3, W.S.[William Shakspere?] gives H.W. advice on how to deal with women: it corresponds metrically and in tone strongly with the poem »The Passionate Pilgrim« (1599),
Stanze XLVII/3 aus »Willobie his Avisa«(1594):
Apply her still, with divers things,
(For gifts the wisest will deceive,)
Sometimes with gold, sometimes with rings;
No time nor fit occasion leave,
Though coy at first she seeme, and wield,
These toys in time will make her yield.
»The Passionate Pilgrim« W.Shakespeare(1599):
And to her will frame all thy ways,
Spare not to spend, and chiefly there
Where thy desert may merit praise,
By ringing in thy lady’s ear.
The strongest castle, tower, and towne,
The golden bullet beats it down