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Ballad Work - Roud Number: V4809

Titles:
The gelding of the devil

First Lines:
A pretty jest I will you tell

Subjects:
Nottingham (England)

Themes:
Bakers and bakeries
Devil, the

Edition - Bod6255

Imprint Names:  [s.n.]

Imprint Locations:  [s.l.]

Date  [1785?]

Notes:  Date per ESTC


Ballad - Roud Number: 12545

Title: The taylor unmask'd, or The old fox unkennell'd

First Line: All you that delight in a frolicksome song

References:

ESTC: T193413

Subjects:  Nottingham (England)

Themes:  Adultery

Harding B 1(19)

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Edition - Bod16501

Imprint Names:  [s.n.]

Imprint Locations:  [s.l.]

Ballad - Roud Number: V26778

Title: The lamentation or last farewell to the world of William Voce, who was executed for the murder [of] Mary Dufty

First Line: Remember Lord thy servant in distress

Subjects:  Nottingham (England)

Themes:  MurderRapeExecutions

Harding B 22(145)

Notes:  Slip


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Edition - Bod18758

Imprint Names:  [s.n.]

Imprint Locations:  [s.l.]

Ballad - Roud Number: V30396

Title: The stockiner's lamentation; or The tragical story of J---n W---n, of E---w---d

First Line: Now ponder well you freemen all

Tune: Babes in the wood

Notes:  Imperfect

References:

ESTC: T192098

Subjects:  Nottingham (England)

Harding B 4(29)

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Edition - Bod24092

Imprint Names:  Aldermary Church Yard

Imprint Locations:  London

Imprint: Printed and Sold in Aldermary Church-Yard, Bow Lane, London


Ballad - Roud Number: V4809

Title: The gelding of the devil

First Line: A pretty jest I will you tell

References:

ESTC: T40541

Subjects:  Nottingham (England)

Themes:  Bakers and bakeriesDevil, the

Douce Ballads 3(37a)

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Ballad Work - Roud Number: 332

Titles:
Robin Hood and the tanner; or, Robin Hood met with his match

First Lines:
In Nottingham there lives a jolly tanner

Subjects:
Nottingham (England)
Robin Hood (legendary character)

Themes:
Fighting

Ballad Work - Roud Number: 1790

Titles:
Robin Hoods progresse to Nottingham
Robin Hood's progress to Nottingham: Shewing how he slew fifteen foresters
Robin Hood and the fifteen foresters

First Lines:
Robin Hood hee was and a tall young man
Robin Hood he was and a tall young man
Robin Hood was a tall young man

Subjects:
Nottingham (England)
Robin Hood (legendary character)

Ballad Work - Roud Number: 3980

Titles:
Robin Hood and the butcher

First Lines:
Come here ye bold gallants and listen a while
Come all you brave gallants & listen a while
Come all ye brave gallants and listen a while

Subjects:
Nottingham (England)
Robin Hood (legendary character)

Themes:
Shopkeepers

Edition - Bod667

Imprint Names:  Coles, F.Vere, T.Gilbertson, W.

Imprint Locations:  LondonLondonLondon

Date  between 1658 and 1664

Imprint: Printed for F. Coles, T. Vere. W. Gilbertson


Ballad - Roud Number: 1621

Title: The famous Battle between Robin Hood and the Curtall Fryar

First Line: In summer time when leaves grow green

References:

ESTC: R235008

Subjects:  Nottingham (England)Robin Hood (legendary character)

Wood 401(15)

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Edition - Bod682

Imprint Names:  Grove, F.

Imprint Locations:  London

Date  between 1623 and 1661

Imprint: London, Printed for F. Grove on Snow Hill


Ballad - Roud Number: 3980

Title: Robin Hood and the butcher

First Line: Come all you brave gallants & listen a while

Tune: Robin Hood and the begger

Authors:  R., T. ([?Robins, T.])

References:

ESTC: S113210

Subjects:  Nottingham (England)Robin Hood (legendary character)

Themes:  Shopkeepers

Wood 401(19)

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Edition - Bod684

Imprint Names:  Grove, F.

Imprint Locations:  London

Date  between 1623 and 1661

Imprint: London, Printed for Francis Grove, on Snow-hill


Ballad

Title: Robin Hood and the beggar, shewing, How Robin Hood and the Beggar fought, and how he changed Clothes with the Beggar, and how he went a begging to Nottingham? and how he saved three Brethren from being hang'd for stealing of Deer

First Line: Come light and listen you gentlemen all

Tune: Robin Hood and the stranger

Authors:  R., T. ([?Robins, T.])

References:

ESTC: S101654

Subjects:  Nottingham (England)Robin Hood (legendary character)

Wood 401(23)

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Edition - Bod695

Imprint Names:  Coles, F.Vere, T.Wright, J.

Imprint Locations:  LondonLondonLondon

Date  between 1663 and 1674

Imprint: London, Printed for F. Coles, T. Vere, and J. Wright


Ballad - Roud Number: 1790

Title: Robin Hoods progresse to Nottingham

First Line: Robin Hood he was and a tall young man

Tune: Bold Robin Hood

References:

ESTC: R1961

Subjects:  Nottingham (England)Robin Hood (legendary character)

Wood 401(37)

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Edition - Bod727

Imprint Names:  Gilbertson, W.

Imprint Locations:  London

Date  between 1640 and 1665

Imprint: Printed for W. Gilbertson


Ballad - Roud Number: 332

Title: Robin Hood and the tanner; or, Robin Hood met with his match

First Line: In Nottingham there lives a jolly tanner

Tune: Robin Hood and the stranger

References:

ESTC: R182804

Subjects:  Nottingham (England)Robin Hood (legendary character)

Themes:  Fighting

Wood 401(9)

Notes:  Printed on the reverse of a sheet of excise receipt forms. With a page attached in Wood's handwriting, citing historical and poetical references to Robin Hood by John Major and Michael Drayton

Edition - Bod16551

Imprint Names:  Rowbotham

Imprint Locations:  Bunny, Notts.

Imprint: Rowbotham, Printer, Bunny


Ballad - Roud Number: V25263

Title: The progress of freedom, a new song

First Line: Of the progress of freedom you oft have been told

Notes:  For an account of this election, see Old Nottingham, by Malcolm I. Thomis (1968).

Subjects:  Nottingham (England)Birch, JosephCoke, Daniel Parker, 1745-1825Warren, John Borlase, Sir

Themes:  SlaveryLibertyParliamentary elections, Nottingham, 1802

Harding B 22(244)

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