For class we are reading Benson Bobrick’s Angel in the Whirlwind. He is writing of the British surrender at Saratoga and relates the following story on page 283:
The British had been escorted to Boston with many civilities, and some of the officers had even found themselves importuned by adoring girls eager to “bundle with” a Britisher. One officer, refusing to take to bed a certain Jemima, “a very pretty black-eyed girl of seventeen,” found himself upbraided by her parents for his restraint: “Oh la! Mr. Ensign, you won’t be the first man our Jemima has bundled with, will it, Jemima?” to which Jemima archly replied, “Not by many, but it will be with the first Britainer.” I found the source for this quote here.
Now the technical definition of “bundling” in colonial America was simply the sharing of a bed by two unmarried persons of the opposite sex. Supposedly with the two parties fully clothed. Sometimes even with a board between the two. See here for more details. I’ll let you decide how innocent “bundling” was.