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Ballad Work - Roud Number: V3073

Titles:
[Black]ett and Whit[e]. [A] new song
A wonderful change in the times, or, Fifty years ago

First Lines:
I pray draw near and you shall hear
O had I the pen of a Pope or a Prior!

Subjects:
Ridley, Matthew White, Sir
Blackett, Walter, Sir, 1708-1777

Themes:
Parliamentary elections, Newcastle, 1774

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V9438

Titles:
An addre[ss to] the free burgesses of [N]ewcast[le]. A new [so]ng
Lines on a wounded soldier of the 65th Regiment

First Lines:
Ye burgesses all
'Twas at the spring of Tamanieb, the victory had been won

Subjects:
Newcastle (England)
Phipps, Constantine John, 1744-1794
Blackett, Walter, Sir, 1708-1777
Ridley, Matthew White, Sir

Themes:
Soldiers - wounded in battle
Parliamentary elections, Newcastle, 1774
Politics and government - 18th century

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V9324

Titles:
A new election song
The unconstant shepherd: or, The forsaken lasses lamentation

First Lines:
Oh! how can I be merry or glad
Come hither every loyal soul, in country and in city

Subjects:
Phipps, Constantine John, 1744-1794
Newcastle (England)
Ridley, Matthew White, Sir
Delaval, John
Blackett, Walter, Sir, 1708-1777

Themes:
Pastoral
Politics and government - 18th century
Parliamentary elections, Newcastle, 1774
Unrequited love

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V9326

Titles:
A new election song

First Lines:
Come forward from your lurking holes

Subjects:
Phipps, Constantine John, 1744-1794
Newcastle (England)
Ridley, Matthew White, Sir
Blackett, Walter, Sir, 1708-1777
Grieve, George, 1748-1809

Themes:
Politics and government - 18th century
Parliamentary elections, Newcastle, 1774

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V9437

Titles:
Freedom's guide. Dedicated to the 69th Regiment of New-York
A song for the independent burgesses of Newcastle. By a lady

First Lines:
Come all you honest burgesses who dare to speak your mind
Our country is now great and free

Subjects:
Phipps, Constantine John, 1744-1794
Newcastle (England)
Ridley, Matthew White, Sir
Delaval, John
Blackett, Walter, Sir, 1708-1777

Themes:
Politics and government - 18th century
Parliamentary elections, Newcastle, 1774

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V9305

Titles:
A new election song
Tom Careless

First Lines:
Tom Careless was odd, like a genius some said
Come each loyal freeman, attend to my song

Subjects:
Glynn, John, 1722-1779
Blackett, Walter, Sir, 1708-1777
Newcastle (England)
Delaval, John
Ridley, Matthew White, Sir
Phipps, Constantine John, 1744-1794

Themes:
Politics and government - 18th century
Parliamentary elections, Newcastle, 1774
Stoicism
Morality

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