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Edition - Bod3688

Imprint Names:  Kiernan, J.

Imprint Locations:  Liverpool

Date  between 1819 and 1867

Imprint: Kiernan, Printer, Liverpool

Notes:  Part of a sheet of two ballads; see Harding B 11(3192).


Ballad

Title: The Quaker

First Line: Yea, I fell in the pit of love

Themes:  Quakers

Harding B 25(1580)

Notes:  Slip.


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Edition - Bod19367

Imprint Names:  [s.n.]

Imprint Locations:  London

Imprint: Sold at No 15, Long-lane, West-smithfield


Ballad - Roud Number: V24921

Title: The loving Quaker

First Line: Verily ah! how my heart keepteh [sic] bumping

Tune: O dear w[hat can the matter be]

Themes:  Quakers

Johnson Ballads 1371

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Ballad Work - Roud Number: V12459

Titles:
The Quakers fear. Or, Wonderfull strange and true news from the famous town of Colchester

First Lines:
O God the father of us all

Subjects:
Colchester (England)
Parnell, James, 1637-1656

Themes:
Religion
Quakers

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V8820

Titles:
A market for young men: or, A publick sale in sundry places in and about London

First Lines:
You single men all whose money is small

Themes:
Quakers
Prostitution

Ballad Work - Roud Number: 12819

Titles:
[P]arson and quaker

First Lines:
A jolly faced parson once happened to pop

Themes:
Quakers
Clergy

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V3890

Titles:
The Quakers farewel to England, or Their voyage to New Jersey, scituate on the continent of Virginia, and bordering upon New England

First Lines:
Come friends let's away

Subjects:
North America

Themes:
Emigration
Quakers

Edition - Bod765

Imprint Names:  G., J.

Imprint Locations:  London

Date  1675

Imprint: London, Printed for J.G. 1675.


Ballad - Roud Number: V3890

Title: The Quakers farewel to England, or Their voyage to New Jersey, scituate on the continent of Virginia, and bordering upon New England

First Line: Come friends let's away

Tune: The independents voyage to New England

References:

ESTC: R6302

Subjects:  North America

Themes:  EmigrationQuakers

Wood 416(129)

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Edition - Bod9315

Imprint Names:  Pitts, J.

Imprint Locations:  London

Date  between 1819 and 1844

Imprint: J. Pitts Printer, and Wholesale Toy Warehouse 6, Great St. Andrew Street, 7 dials


Ballad

Title: A new song, called Capt Franey

First Line: I being one morning free from care

Themes:  HighwaymenQuakers

Firth c.17(15)

Notes:  Slip


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Edition - Bod18700

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

Imprint Locations:  LondonLondonLondonLondon

Date  between 1655 and 1658

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


Ballad - Roud Number: V12459

Title: The Quakers fear. Or, Wonderfull strange and true news from the famous town of Colchester

First Line: O God the father of us all

Tune: Summer time, or Bleeding heart

Authors:  Price, Laurence, 1628-1680

References:

ESTC: R182079

Subjects:  Colchester (England)Parnell, James, 1637-1656

Themes:  ReligionQuakers

Harding B 39(61)

Notes:  Harding B 39(61) is a photograph of Wood 401(165).


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Wood 401(165)

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Edition - Bod23756

Imprint Names:  Tracy, E.

Imprint Locations:  London

Date  [c.1694]

Imprint: London: Printed for E. Tracy, on London-bridge


Ballad - Roud Number: V8820

Title: A market for young men: or, A publick sale in sundry places in and about London

First Line: You single men all whose money is small

Tune: An orange

References:

ESTC: R233415

Themes:  ProstitutionQuakers

Douce Ballads 2(153b)

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Ballad Work - Roud Number: V1015

Titles:
A recitation of Paddy & the butter

First Lines:
We sailed from the Downs in a ship call'd the Lion

Themes:
Irish
Naval battles
Quakers

Edition - Bod10560

Imprint Names:  [s.n.]

Imprint Locations:  [s.l.]

Ballad - Roud Number: V21243

Title: A new song

First Line: Push about the brisk glass, I proclain [sic] him an ass

Themes:  AdulteryDrinkingQuakers

Firth c.22(8)

Notes:  Torn at lower edge Slip


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Edition - Bod8344

Imprint Names:  [s.n.]

Imprint Locations:  [s.l.]

Ballad - Roud Number: V1015

Title: A recitation of Paddy & the butter

First Line: We sailed from the Downs in a ship call'd the Lion

Themes:  IrishNaval battlesQuakers

Firth c.12(320)

Notes:  Imprint cropped Slip


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Edition - Bod18288

Imprint Names:  [s.n.]

Imprint Locations:  [s.l.]

Ballad - Roud Number: 1315

Title: The female robber

First Line: You females of every station

References:

ESTC: T10440

Themes:  TradesmenQuakersHighwaymen - female

Firth c.17(10)

Notes:  Slip


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Harding B 22(85)

Notes:  Slip

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V5842

Titles:
A new Irish song, called Young Tedie's oak stick

First Lines:
I travelled England over

Themes:
Sexual intercourse
Irish - England
Quakers

Ballad Work - Roud Number: 1315

Titles:
The female robber
The female robber. A new song

First Lines:
Kind gentlemen all pray listen awhile
You females of every station

Themes:
Robbery
Quakers
Tradesmen
Highwaymen - female

Edition - Bod12593

Imprint Names:  Bebbington, J.O.Beaumont, J.Clayton

Imprint Locations:  ManchesterLeedsBradford

Date  between 1858 and 1861

Imprint: Manchester: Printed by John Bebbington, 31, Oldham Road. Sold by J. Beaumont, 176, York Street, Leeds; and Mr. Clayton, Silsbridge Lane, Bradford


1st Ballad - Roud Number: 12819

Title: [P]arson and quaker

First Line: A jolly faced parson once happened to pop

Themes:  ClergyQuakers

2nd Ballad - Roud Number: V25432

Title: Though fortune darkly o'er me frowns

First Line: Though fortune darkly o'er me frowns

3rd Ballad - Roud Number: 17190

Title: Silly young maid

First Line: I am an old miser, both aged and lame

Themes:  Marriage - age difference

Harding B 11(3520)

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Edition - Bod1728

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

Imprint Locations:  LondonLondonLondonLondon

Date  between 1674 and 1679

Imprint: Printed for F. Coles, T. Vere, I. Wright, and I. Clarke


Ballad - Roud Number: V32980

Title: The devouring Quaker or, the Prodigious feeder

First Line: Come all good people lend an ear

Themes:  Eating and drinkingQuakersGod's punishment

4o Rawl. 566(85)

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Edition - Bod18977

Imprint Names:  [s.n.]

Imprint Locations:  [s.l.]

Sheet References:  ESTC: T195252

1st Ballad - Roud Number: V5842

Title: A new Irish song, called Young Tedie's oak stick

First Line: I travelled England over

Themes:  Irish - EnglandSexual intercourseQuakers

2nd Ballad - Roud Number: V3831

Title: The forlorn damsel

First Line: Ye gods of love who rule above

Themes:  Love, unfortunate

Harding B 6(19)

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Ballad Work - Roud Number: V9030

Titles:
Dialogue between a farmer and draper

First Lines:
It was on a fair summer's morning

Themes:
Economy and trade - Ireland, 19th century
Merchants
Quakers
Farmers

Edition - Bod13017

Imprint Names:  Kiernan, J.

Imprint Locations:  Liverpool

Date  between 1819 and 1867

Imprint: Kiernan, Printer, Liverpool


1st Ballad

Title: The Quaker

First Line: Yea, I fell in the pit of love

Themes:  Quakers

2nd Ballad

Title: The farmer's complaint

First Line: A farmer on a market day was coming from thi[s] town, sir

Themes:  Economy and trade - 19th centuryFarmersPrices

Harding B 11(3192)

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Edition - Bod10681

Imprint Names:  Barnet, C.

Imprint Locations:  London

Date  1697

Imprint: Printed for Charles Barnet, 1697


Ballad - Roud Number: V30497

Title: Conscience by scruples, and money by ounces; or, New fashioned scales for old fashioned money

First Line: There is a cursed project, grown common in the town

Tune: The Scotch haymakers

Themes:  MoneyQuakersEconomy and trade - 17th century

Firth c.23(90)

Notes:  Negative photograph of: Pepys Ballads IV:307


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Edition - Bod22807

Imprint Names:  [s.n.]

Imprint Locations:  [s.l.]

Ballad - Roud Number: V9030

Title: Dialogue between a farmer and draper

First Line: It was on a fair summer's morning

Themes:  FarmersMerchantsQuakersEconomy and trade - Ireland, 19th century

2806 c.8(131)

Notes:  Slip


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Harding B 26(134)

Notes:  Slip


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Edition - Bod11660

Imprint Names:  Hodges, E.M.A.

Imprint Locations:  London

Date  [1853]

Imprint: Hodges, (from Pitts,') Printer, Wholesale Toy and Marble Warehouse, No 31, Dudley Street, Seven Dials


Ballad - Roud Number: V28505

Title: The glorious camp at Chobham

First Line: Now all good folks who love a sprec [sic], come here and listen unto me

Subjects:  Chobham (England)

Themes:  SoldiersCrimean War, 1853-1856QuakersSikh wars, 1845; 1848-9

Harding B 11(1337)

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