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Edition - Bod14536

Imprint Names:  Williams

Imprint Locations:  Bedford

Date  [1859]

Imprint: Williams, Printer, Bedford

Ballad - Roud Number: V9937

Title: The Luton tragedy ... Murder committed by Joseph Castle on his wife ... 9th of August, 1859

First Line: You feeling christians pray attend

Subjects:  Luton (England)

Themes:  Murder - 19th century1859

Harding B 14(232)

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Edition - Bod13534

Imprint Names:  Williams, J.

Imprint Locations:  London

Imprint: Publish'd according to Act of Parliament by J. Williams next the Mitre Tavern, Fleet Street London

Notes:  An engraving.

Ballad - Roud Number: V29877

Title: The Asses of Great Britain, an answer to Harry H---d's Ass

First Line: Permit me good people (a whimsical bard)


ESTC: T22549

Edition - Bod19757

Imprint Names:  Williams, W.

Imprint Locations:  Winsford

Imprint: Printed and Published by William Williams, High Street, Winsford

Ballad - Roud Number: V30084

Title: Unionist song. \"Let the kingdom be united to the end\"

First Line: As it's passed the wit of man, to devise a Home Rule Plan

Authors:  Chrimes, W.

Themes:  Home Rule - Ireland

Johnson Ballads 2072A

Notes:  Printed on pink paper. Torn lower left corner.

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Edition - Bod23350

Imprint Names:  SwanHone, William

Imprint Locations:  LondonLondon

Date  [between 1815 and 1817]

Imprint: [above] Printed for Wm. Hone, 55 Fleet Street [below] Swan, Printer, 76, Fleet Street, London

Ballad - Roud Number: V27064

Title: The quizzical quorum, or The fortunes and misfortunes of the Black beaks of Blackheath. A new ballad. 2nd ed

First Line: O Fame, blow your trumpet, and scatter a wreath

Tune: Derry down

Notes:  Introduced with a quotation from The Winter's Tale, by William Shakespeare

Themes:  Courts and law - 19th century

Johnson Ballads fol. 154

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