Broadside Ballads Online

from the Bodleian Libraries



Filter your search:

Result Type:
Editions - 6
Ballad Works - 2
Themes:
Restoration of the monarchy, 1660 - 2
Politics and government - 17th century - 1
Dates:
1600-1650 - 1
1650-1700 - 4
Subjects:
Monck, George, 1608-1670 - 6
Collections:
Bodleian Wood - 3
Bodleian Firth - 2
Bodleian Harding - 2
Bodleian Douce - 1
Authors:
J., T. - 1
Ticwhit, G. - 1
Printers/Publishers:
[s.n.] - 3
Grove, F. - 1
Johnson, J. - 1
Ranger, J. - 1
Locations:
London - 4
[s.l.] - 2

Search again:

Results:

Your current search: Subject: Monck, George, 1608-1670

8 results found Page 1 of 1

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V14218

Titles:
Englands triumph. Or The Rump routed by the true assertor of Englands interest, Generall George Monck

First Lines:
What maketh the souldiers to stand to their arms?

Subjects:
Monck, George, 1608-1670

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V1879

Titles:
A dialogue betwixt Tom and Dick
A dialogue betwixt Tom and Dick The former a country-man, the other a citizen presented ... in London, March 28, 1660

First Lines:
Now would I give my life to see

Subjects:
Monck, George, 1608-1670

Edition - Bod4990

Imprint Names:  Grove, F.

Imprint Locations:  London

Date  between 1623 and 1661

Imprint: London, Printed for F. Grove on Snow-hill


Ballad - Roud Number: V34845

Title: A loyal subjects admonition, or a true song of Brittains Civil wars

First Line: Great controversie hath been in England

Authors:  J., T.

References:

ESTC: R234037

Subjects:  Monck, George, 1608-1670

Themes:  Restoration of the monarchy, 1660Politics and government - 17th century

Douce Ballads 2(241bv)

Notes:  Douce Ballads 2(241bv); sheet divided. Printed on the reverse of another ballad. The illustration has been annotated with speeches: I thanke you for my poor wife. Your humble servant sir. Harding B 39(20) is a photograph of Douce Ballads 2(241bv).


Click image to view larger


Harding B 39(20)

Notes:  Douce Ballads 2(241bv); sheet divided. Printed on the reverse of another ballad. The illustration has been annotated with speeches: I thanke you for my poor wife. Your humble servant sir. Harding B 39(20) is a photograph of Douce Ballads 2(241bv).


Click image to view larger


Edition - Bod774

Imprint Names:  [s.n.]

Imprint Locations:  [s.l.]

Date  [1660]

Ballad - Roud Number: V28085

Title: Redemptio ab aquilone, or some good out of Scotland

First Line: The Westminster Rump hath been little at ease

Tune: Cook Laurell

References:

ESTC: R182548

Subjects:  Monck, George, 1608-1670

Wood 416(46)

Notes:  MS date: 1659: ffeb:. Sheet contains An acrostick on General George Monk


Click image to view larger


Edition - Bod775

Imprint Names:  Johnson, J.

Imprint Locations:  London

Date  [1660]

Imprint: London, Printed for James Johnson


Ballad - Roud Number: V14218

Title: Englands triumph. Or The Rump routed by the true assertor of Englands interest, Generall George Monck

First Line: What maketh the souldiers to stand to their arms?

Tune: Fill up the Parliament full

References:

ESTC: R40244

Subjects:  Monck, George, 1608-1670

Wood 416(48)

Notes:  MS date: ffeb: 1659


Click image to view larger


Edition - Bod6336

Imprint Names:  [s.n.]

Imprint Locations:  London

Date  [1660]

Ballad - Roud Number: V1879

Title: A dialogue betwixt Tom and Dick The former a country-man, the other a citizen presented ... in London, March 28, 1660

First Line: Now would I give my life to see

References:

ESTC: R211745

Subjects:  Monck, George, 1608-1670

Firth b.20(21)

Notes:  Cropped top edge


Click image to view larger


Edition - Bod6337

Imprint Names:  Ranger, J.

Imprint Locations:  London

Imprint: London: Printed, by J. Ranger, in the Strand


Ballad - Roud Number: V35135

Title: A knave at the bottom, the dealer's sure of a trump

First Line: Ye merry heart's that love to play

Notes:  The text is the same as: Win at first, lose at last

Subjects:  Monck, George, 1608-1670

Themes:  Restoration of the monarchy, 1660

Firth b.20(23)

Click image to view larger


Edition - Bod22318

Imprint Names:  [s.n.]

Imprint Locations:  [s.l.]

Date  [1660]

Ballad - Roud Number: V20905

Title: General Monks welcome (from the Citie) to Whitehall

First Line: All ye heroes of the land

Tune: When the king enjoys his own again

Authors:  Ticwhit, G.

References:

ESTC: R222440

Subjects:  Monck, George, 1608-1670

Harding B 39(84)

Notes:  Harding B 39(84) is a photograph of Wood 416(52).


Click image to view larger


Wood 416(52)

Notes:  Wood 416(52); MS. date: ffeb: 1659.


Click image to view larger


8 results found Page 1 of 1

Cookie Policy

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that can be written and read by websites and stored by the browser on your computer, tablet or smartphone. They do a number of things including allowing access to some types of content and functionality to users, and collecting anonymous user information so that site owners can monitor the performance of their sites. They are a kind of "memory" for a website that can help it respond appropriately to users and user behaviour.

Cookies on this website

This website stores cookies to remember the style (colours/fonts) preference and the ones used in Google Analytics. This anonymously tracks individual visitor behaviour on the website so that we can see how the site is being used. We only use this information for monitoring and improving our website and content for the benefit of our users (you).

More information about controlling these cookies can be found at The Bodleian Libraries and Cookies page.

You can opt out of Google Analytics cookies completely (from all websites) by visiting Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on (BETA).

If you wish to have a deeper understanding about the cookies that Google uses check Cookies & Google Analytics page.

×