Title:[Collection of English broadside ballads]
[English broadside ballads]
Creator/Contributor:Bowley, Mary, printer.
Creator/Contributor:Davenport, Joshua, printer.
Creator/Contributor:Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814
Creator/Contributor:Evans, John, 1753-1820, printer.
Creator/Contributor:Stevens, George Alexander, 1710-1784
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.
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
Collection of broadside ballads, the earliest dated 1786, the latest dated to 1802.
Illustrated with woodcuts.
Maxted, I. London book trades, 1775-1800
Purchase: Maggs Bros. 2008.094
42 broadsides : ill. ; 37 cm (or smaller)
f PR507 .C6 1786