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Ballads, English -- Early works to 1800.
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    E-RESOURCE 1777

The adventures of Robert Earl of Huntington, vulgarly called Robin Hood. : Being a complete history of all his merry adventures ...

   
Glasgow : printed by J. & J. Robertson,        83,1 unnumbered page ; 12⁰ 1777
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    E-RESOURCE 1730

Advice to the ladies of Great-Britain : a new Court Ballad.

   
London : printed for the author; and to be sold by the booksellers, and the several pamphlet-sellers,        8 pages ; 8⁰ 1730
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    E-RESOURCE 1745?

The alarm. : To which is subjoined, Great news from abroad. A most profitable New Ballad.

   
[London?] : [publisher not identified],        8 pages ; 8⁰ 1745?
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    E-RESOURCE 1748

The all-Devouring monster : or new five per c------t. A Ballad. By Trojanus Laocoon.

   
Pand?monium [London] : printed for Venerable Merlin, at the Memento Mori,        7,1 unnumbered page ; 4⁰ 1748
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    E-RESOURCE 1797?

Alonzo the brave and fair Imogine. : A ballad. To which is added, A description of a beauty at - races. A ballad.

    Lewis, M. G. (Matthew Gregory), 1775-1818.
Glasgow : printed for and sold by Brash & Reid,        8 pages ; 8⁰ 1797?
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    E-RESOURCE 1693?

An[n] Askew, intituled, I am a woman poor and blind.

   
[London] : Printed for A. Milbourn, W. Onley, T. Thackeray, at the Angel in Duck-lane,        1 sheet (1 unnumbered page) : illustrations 1693?
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    E-RESOURCE 1776

Ancient and modern Scottish songs, heroic ballads, etc. Collected from memory, tradition, and ancient authors. The second edition. In two volumes....

   
Edinburgh : printed by John Wotherspoon, for James Dickson and Charles Elliot,        2 volumes ; 12⁰ 1776
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    E-RESOURCE 1695?

Ann Askew; intituled, I am a woman poor and blind, &c..

   
London : Printed by and for W.O[nley] and are to be sold by the booksellers of Pye-corner and London-bridge,        1 sheet (1 unnumbered page) 1695?
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    E-RESOURCE 1728

An answer to Polly Peachum's ballad.

   
London : printed for M. Robinson,        1 sheet ; 1/2⁰ 1728
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    E-RESOURCE 1728

An answer to the Ballyspellin ballad.

    Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745.
Dublin : Printed by George Faulkner in Christ-Church-Yard,        1 sheet ; 1/2⁰ 1728
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    E-RESOURCE 1759

The antiquarian school : or, the City Latin electrified. A ballad. Dedicated by Permission to Sir Nicholas Nemo Knt. By Erasmus Hearne, A. M. F. A. S.

    Hearne, Erasmus.
London : printed for R. Stevens, in Paternoster-Row,        5,1 unnumbered page ; 2⁰ 1759
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    E-RESOURCE 1553?

An Aue Maria in commendation of our most vertuous queene..

   
Imprinted at London, : In Pater Noster Reaw, by Richard Lant.,        1 sheet (1 unnumbered page) 1553?
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    E-RESOURCE 1715

A ballad for the Coronation-day. : To the tune of, Ye commons and peers.

   
London : printed for A. Moore,        2 unnumbered pages ; 1/2⁰ 1715
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    E-RESOURCE 1719

A ballad in honour of the present Regency.

   
[London?], [publisher not identified],        1 sheet ; 1/4⁰ 1719
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    E-RESOURCE 1719

A ballad in honour of the present Regency.

   
[London?], [publisher not identified],        1 sheet ; 1/4⁰ 1719
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    E-RESOURCE 1727

A ballad: occasion'd by some ladies wearing ruffs at court on the anniversary of his M-y's birth-day, the 29th of May, 1727.

   
London : printed for A. Moore, near St. Paul's, and Sold by the Booksellers of London and Westminster,        2 unnumbered pages,4 pages ; 2⁰ 1727
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    E-RESOURCE 1760?

A ballad of the cloak's knavery. To an excellent new tune, much in request.

   
[London], [publisher not identified],        1 sheet : illustrations ; 1/2⁰ 1760?
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    E-RESOURCE 1791

A ballad of the French revolution. To the tune of "̨Ca ira."

   
[London?], [publisher not identified],        8 unnumbered pages ; 8⁰ 1791
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    E-RESOURCE 1714

A ballad on Lord Pelham's birth-day : July 24, 1714. To the Tune of, London is a fine Town, &c.

   
[London?] : [publisher not identified],        2 unnumbered pages ; 1/2⁰ 1714
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    E-RESOURCE 1688?

A ballad on the battle of the two dukes.

    Prior, Matthew, 1664-1721.
[London] : [publisher not identified],        1 sheet (2 unnumbered pages) : illustrations (woodcut) 1688?
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    E-RESOURCE 1793

A ballad : on the death of Louis the Unfortunate, after the manner of Chevy Chace. A description of the appearance of Marie Antoinette's Ghost before the convention. A sonnet, on the French Atheistical Motto, ̀̀death is an Eternal Sleep.'' And, An

   
Bristol : printed, for the author, by John Rose: sold by James Norton, Wine-Street; and the booksellers throughout the Kingdom,        35,1 unnumbered page ; 4⁰ 1793
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    E-RESOURCE 1662

A ballad on the gyants in the physick garden in Oxford, who have been breeding feet as long as garagantua was teeth. To the tune of, The counter scuffle.

    Gayton, Edmund, 1608-1666.
[Oxford] : [publisher not identified],        1 sheet (1 unnumbered page) 1662
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    E-RESOURCE 1710?

A Ballad on the Junto. To the tune of Lilly bullero.

   
[London] : [publisher not identified],        1 sheet ; 1/2⁰ 1710?
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    E-RESOURCE 1710?

A Ballad on the Junto. To the tune of Lilly bullero.

   
[London] : [publisher not identified],        1 sheet ; 1/2⁰ 1710?
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    E-RESOURCE 1800?

The ballad singer. : A new song.

    T. P.
[London?] : [publisher not identified],        1 sheet : illustrations ; 1/4⁰ 1800?
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    E-RESOURCE 1749

A Ballad. To the tune of Chevy Chase.

   
London : Printed for H. Carpenter in Fleetstreet,        6 pages ; 2⁰ 1749
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    E-RESOURCE 1790

A ballad, to the tune of Derry Down, as it was composed and sung at the Salisbury Arms, on Friday the 5th of November, 1790, on the peace.

    Villiers, George, active 1785-1790.
[London?] : [publisher not identified],        3,1 unnumbered page ; 4ꮀ 1790
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    E-RESOURCE 1741

A ballad. To the tune of, On the fourteenth of August.

   
London : printed for J. Millan,        8 pages ; 2⁰ 1741
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    E-RESOURCE 1720

A ballad, upon a gentleman's sitting upon the Lady W-----'s Cremona fiddle. To the tune of King John, and the abbot of Canterbury.

   
London : printed, and sold by J. Roberts,        2 unnumbered pages,3,1 unnumbered page ; 2⁰ 1720
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    E-RESOURCE 1799

Ballads & songs. Scotish ..

   
[Ludlow] : Printed and sold by George Nicholson, Ludlow. Sold also by T. Knott; and Champante and Whitrow, London, and all other booksellers. Anno,        57,3 unnumbered pages ; 12⁰ 1799
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    E-RESOURCE 1730

The barber turn'd packer. : A new ballad. To the tune of Packington's pound.

   
London : printed for A. Moore , near St. Paul's ; and sold at the pamphlet-shops of London and Westminster,        5,1 unnumbered page ; 2⁰ 1730
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    E-RESOURCE 1771

The Bath picture; or, a slight sketch of its beauties in 1771. A ballad.

   
[Bath], [publisher not identified],        4 pages ; 2⁰ 1771
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    E-RESOURCE 1763

The battle of Epsom. : A New Ballad.

   
Guildford : printed and sold by Charles Martin,        10 pages ; 8⁰ 1763
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    E-RESOURCE 1763

The battle of Epsom. : A new ballad.

   
London : printed for J. Williams, near the Mitre Tavern, Fleet-Street,        12 pages ; 2⁰ 1763
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    E-RESOURCE 1790

The battle of Newland : an historical ballad. In four parts.

    P. W.
London : [publisher not identified],        2 unnumbered pages,45,1 unnumbered page ; 12⁰ 1790
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    E-RESOURCE 1692

Beauteous Jenny: or, The maiden mistress. : To an excellent new Scotch tune. Licensed according to order.

   
[London] : Printed for P. Brooksby at the Golden Ball in Pye-corner,        1 sheet (1 unnumbered page) : music 1692
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    E-RESOURCE 1692

Beautifull Moggy: or, Scotch Jemmy's delight. : Being a brief account of a late wooing and wedding at the city of Edinborough. To the tune of The female trooper. Licensed according to order.

   
[London] : Printed for P. Brooksby, J. Deacon, J. Blare, and J. Back,        1 sheet (1 unnumbered page) : music 1692
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    E-RESOURCE 1692

Beautifull Nancy: or, The witty lass of London : who by her withstanding the powerfull temptations, was lawfully married, and became an alderman's lady. To the tune of The Gentleman's frollick. Licensed according to order.

   
[London] : Printed for P. Brooksby, J. Deacon, J. Blare, J. Back,        1 sheet (1 unnumbered page) : illustrations (woodcuts) 1692
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    E-RESOURCE 1676

The birds lamentation. : When birds could speak and women they had neither good nor bad to say, the pretty bird then fill'd with pain, did to each other thus complain. To the tune of, The bird catcher's delight.

   
[London] : Printed for P. Brooksby, at the Golden Ball, in Pye-corner,        1 sheet (1 unnumbered page) : illustrations (woodcuts) 1676
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    E-RESOURCE 1785?

The birks of Endermay. : A favourite Scots song.

    Mallet, David, 1705?-1765.
[Salisbury] : Fowler, printer, Salisbury,        1 sheet ; 1/12⁰ 1785?
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    E-RESOURCE 1753?

The Blackest of all black jokes. : Or, No joke like a true joke. An excellent new ballad. To the tune of The old black joke.

   
[London?] : [publisher not identified],        1 sheet ; 1/4⁰ 1753?
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    E-RESOURCE 1776

The blind beggar's daughter of Bednal-Green.

   
[Edinburgh?] : [publisher not identified],        1 sheet ; oblong1/2⁰ 1776
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    E-RESOURCE 1696

The blind eats many a flye: or The broken damsel made whole. : The tune of, My father gave me a house and land.

   
[London] : Printed for P. Brooksby, at the Golden Ball, in Pye-Corner,        1 sheet (1 unnumbered page) : illustrations (woodcut) 1696
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    E-RESOURCE 1690

The bogg-trotters march; or, King William's glorious conquest over the whole Irish army. : To an excellent new tune, or March boys, march boys, &c. Licensed according to order.

   
[London] : Printed for C. Bates next door to the Crown-tavern in West-Smithfield,        1 sheet (1 unnumbered page) : music 1690
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    E-RESOURCE 1756

Boh peep-peep boh, or A-l Bing's apology to the fribbles. A new ballad. Tune, to you fair ladies now at land, &c.

   
[London?] : [publisher not identified],        1 sheet : illustrations ; 1/4⁰ 1756
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    E-RESOURCE 1696

The boon companion: or, The merry loyal boys of Suffolk's jovitl health. : To the tune of, Fond boy. Licensed according to order.

   
London : Printed for C. Barnet,        1 sheet (1 unnumbered page) : music 1696
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    E-RESOURCE 1702

The bountiful brewers : who pays the king's taxes out of the poor mens purses, rather than diminish their own golden stores. To the tune of, An orange.

   
[London] : [publisher not identified],        1 sheet (1 unnumbered page) : illustrations (woodcuts) 1702
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