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Edition - Bod9810

Imprint Names:  Jackson, W. and Son

Imprint Locations:  Birmingham

Date  between 1839 and 1855

Imprint: Jackson and Son, (late Russell,) Printers, 69, Digbeth, (From 21, Moor Street,) Birmingham


Ballad - Roud Number: V1596

Title: Edwin and Flora

First Line: Good morning lovely Flora

Firth c.18(212)

Notes:  Slip


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Edition - Bod1161

Imprint Names:  Jackson, W. and Son

Imprint Locations:  Birmingham

Date  between 1839 and 1855

Imprint: Jackson and son (late Russell) Printers, 69 Digbeth (from 21, Moor st.) Birmingham


1st Ballad - Roud Number: V15094

Title: I'm a gent, I'm a gent

First Line: I'm a gent, I'm a gent, I'm a gent ready made

Performers:  Wright, Mr.

Performance Locations:  Adelphi Theatre

Notes:  The Adelphi Theatre was in operation from 1818.

Themes:  Dandies

2nd Ballad - Roud Number: V213

Title: Ben Block

First Line: Ben Block was a veteran of naval renown

Authors:  Collins, John, d. 1808

Themes:  Sailors - veterans

Firth b.25(470)

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Edition - Bod1187

Imprint Names:  Jackson, W. and Son

Imprint Locations:  Birmingham

Date  between 1839 and 1855

Imprint: Jackson & Son, (late Russell,) Printers, 69, Digbeth, (from 21, Moor street, ...


1st Ballad - Roud Number: 218

Title: Oxford city

First Line: It's of o [sic] fair maid in Oxford city

Themes:  MurderCourtship - difference in social status

2nd Ballad - Roud Number: 238

Title: Happy couple

First Line: Come all you young damsels that sport in Cupid's chain

Themes:  Press-gangsTransvestismWoman in disguise

Firth b.34(220)

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Edition - Bod6825

Imprint Names:  Jackson, W. and Son

Imprint Locations:  Birmingham

Date  between 1842 and 1855

Imprint: Jackson & Son, Printers, 21, Moor-street, Birmingham


1st Ballad - Roud Number: 23232

Title: Paddy will you now

First Line: Come list to me both young and old

Subjects:  Ireland

Themes:  Marriage

2nd Ballad - Roud Number: 7064

Title: The poor drunkard's child

First Line: In taking my walks on one cold winter's day

Themes:  Drunkenness

Firth b.25(481)

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Edition - Bod6832

Imprint Names:  Jackson, W. and Son

Imprint Locations:  Birmingham

Date  between 1839 and 1855

Imprint: Jackson and son, (late Russell,) Printers, 69, Digbeth. (From 21, Moor street,) Birmingham


1st Ballad - Roud Number: V24013

Title: Bishop and besom maker

First Line: I'se a Yorkshire man just come to town

Themes:  ClergyCountryman in London

2nd Ballad - Roud Number: 23119

Title: While pensive

First Line: While pensive I thought of my love

Firth b.25(488)

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Edition - Bod6834

Imprint Names:  Jackson, W. and Son

Imprint Locations:  Birmingham

Date  between 1839 and 1855

Imprint: Jackson and son, (late Russell,) Printers, 69, Digbeth. (From 21, Moor street,) Birmingham


1st Ballad - Roud Number: V7630

Title: Paddy O'Murrough's wedding

First Line: It was Paddy O'Murrough that loved mrs. Casey

Tune: Rory O'More

Subjects:  Ireland

Themes:  Marriage

2nd Ballad - Roud Number: V7629

Title: Paddy Shawn

First Line: Oh, Paddy Shawn, all prudence scorning

Subjects:  Ireland

Firth b.25(491)

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