A . . . in which a young man of ram bling ways leaves his sweetheart after prom ising to be faithful to her. He goes to Glasgow and, after spending some time there in congenial female company, he proceeds to another town where he marries another girl. His parents and the jilted girl die broken-hearted and the young man is left prev to remorse and regret. B . . . in which a girl promises her departing lover that she will remain true to him while he is away. Later, however, in Glasgow, he receives a letter inform ing him that she has married another man. The rejected lover laments the fact that he didn’t marry her when he had the chance. In some versions he marries, albeit regretfully, another girl.