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[Collection of English broadside ballads].
f PR507 .C6 1786
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Title:

[Collection of English broadside ballads]
[English broadside ballads]
[Broadside ballads]

Creator/Contributor:

Bowley, Mary, printer.

Creator/Contributor:

Coates, printer.

Creator/Contributor:

Davenport, Joshua, printer.

Creator/Contributor:

Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814

Creator/Contributor:

Evans, John, 1753-1820, printer.

Creator/Contributor:

Gray, Miss

Creator/Contributor:

Mattocks, Mrs

Creator/Contributor:

Stevens, George Alexander, 1710-1784

Creator/Contributor:

Wagpole, Timothy.

Abstract:

Nine broadsides either dated or with imprint information: Nature and Nancy printed by Mary Bowley; The marriage day printed by Coates; The dog and duck rig, The white cockade sold at no. 42, Long-lane in 1794 [i.e. John Evans] ; Moulin's Maria, Ned of Dover, Naval victories printed and sold by Joshua Davenport; the remaining 33 are anonymous. Twenty five broadsides mounted back-to-back on supporting paper.

Date:

1786-1802 (issued)

Contents:

All the months in the year, a new song -- The blade's ramble -- The budget open'd, or, An address to the old true blues, a new song -- The buxome batchelor, a new song -- The cobler of Castlebury -- The complaint of old Yare, an ode / by a bastard of Peter Pindar -- The countryman's resolution to leave London and partake of the pleasures of the country, a new song -- A dialogue between Justice Clack and Mr. Teltruth -- The disconsolate nymph -- The dog and duck rig -- The drunken patriot / the words by G. A. Stevens -- Jamie Gay, a new song -- Joe the sandman's wedding, a new song -- Jolly huntsman, a new song -- The jolly sailor's advice -- Let's tie the knot my Sally, a new song -- The London dames, a new song / sung at Sadler's Wells -- The maid's resolvtion to follow her love -- The maiden's choice -- The marriage day / sung by Miss Gray at Astley's -- Merry and wife, or, The old man's good advice -- Mind hussy what you do -- The miraculous hen, or, Joan's enquiry after a large cuckold's cap -- Moulin's Maria -- Myrtilla, a new song / sung in the publick gardens -- Nature and Nancy / written and composed by Mr. Dibdin -- Naval victories / written, composed, and sung by Mr. Dibdin -- Ned of Dover, tune, Yo heave ho -- A new love song, tune, My banks are all furnish'd with bees -- A new shooting song -- A new song [First line: Britons for'arms yourselves prepare] -- A new song [First line: I often meet a tender creature] -- A new song / sung by Mrs. Mattocks, in the Farmer -- A new song called The chace's begun -- A new song called The true blue on the defeat of the French fleet by the honourable Augustus Keppel, Admirel of the Blue on the 27th of July / the words Sir Timothy Wagpole -- A new song in praise of petticoat loose -- Reason, or, The unwilling maid and armourous squire, a new song -- Rosy-wine, a new song -- A sea fight between the English frigate The Crescent and the French frigate La Re-Union of 36 guns eack [sic] -- The sequel to The lillies of France, a new song -- Smith's ramble to the Strand -- The soldier, tune, The hardy tar -- A supplement to the tombs of Westminster Abbey, or, A lift of the tombs of the noble, worthy and great, which 'tis suppos'd may be seen in the year eighteen hundred and eighty eight -- Sweet Nan of the vale, a new song -- The tattle gossips -- The true-hearted men, a new song -- A warning to all disobedient children -- Water parted from the sea, a new song / sung this season at all the places of publick diversion / T. W. -- The white cockade, a new song.

Subject:

England -- London

Note:

Collection of broadside ballads, the earliest dated 1786, the latest dated to 1802.
Illustrated with woodcuts.
ESTC T34810
ESTC T46337
ESTC T196271
ESTC T39373
ESTC T34981
ESTC T202363
ESTC T201772
ESTC T31908
ESTC N71583
ESTC T188819
ESTC T39673
ESTC T47471
ESTC T205215
ESTC T195621
ESTC T195444
ESTC T201761
ESTC T199281
ESTC T195618
ESTC N24913
ESTC T205095
ESTC T48493
ESTC T29170
ESTC T196246
ESTC T196013
ESTC T199150
ESTC T202395
ESTC T10471
ESTC N48573
Maxted, I. London book trades, 1775-1800
Purchase: Maggs Bros. 2008.094

Type:

Broadsides-England-18th century.
Ballads-England-18th century.

Physical Description:

print
42 broadsides : ill. ; 37 cm (or smaller)

Language:

English

Identifier:

f PR507 .C6 1786

Origin:

England

Related Item:

ESTC T34810
ESTC T46337
ESTC T196271
ESTC T39373
ESTC T34981
ESTC T202363
ESTC T201772
ESTC T31908
ESTC N71583
ESTC T188819
ESTC T39673
ESTC T47471
ESTC T205215
ESTC T195621
ESTC T195444
ESTC T201761
ESTC T199281
ESTC T195618
ESTC N24913
ESTC T205095
ESTC T48493
ESTC T29170
ESTC T196246
ESTC T196013
ESTC T199150
ESTC T202395
ESTC T10471
ESTC N48573
Maxted, I. London book trades, 1775-1800