Imprint Names: Shelmerdine, W.
Imprint Locations: Manchester
between 1800 and 1849
Title: Cripple of Cornwal
First Line: There was a bold cripple as I have heard say
Title: The Irish newsman. A new song
First Line: You may sing of your waggoners, ploughboys, and watchmen
Imprint Names: [s.n.]
Imprint Locations: [s.l.]
Artists: Lee, John, 1794-1804
Notes: Engraving signed \"Lee,\" i.e. John Lee, fl. 1794-1804?
Series Identifier: Cheap repository
Title: The good militia man, or, The man that's worth a host. Being, a new song, by honest Dan, the ploughboy, now turned soldier
First Line: I was a ploughboy tall, sir
Authors: More, Hannah, 1745-1833
Imprint Names: Brereton, P.
Imprint Locations: Dublin
Harding B 26(524) is another issue.
Title: The praises of Limerick
First Line: Farewell sweet lovely fine town
Subjects: Limerick (Ireland)