Broadside Ballads Online

from the Bodleian Libraries

Imprint Names:

Imprint Locations:

    between 1850 and 1899


Part of a sheet of six ballads; see Harding B 19(66), which is the opposite half of another copy.


1st Ballad - Roud Number: V4894

Title: The Kerry eagle

First Line: You son's of Hibernia, now listen a while to my song

Subjects:  O'Connell, Daniel, 1775-1847

2nd Ballad - Roud Number: V5180

Title: Aughrim fox hunt

First Line: Come all you brave sportsmen attend to my song

Themes:  Hunting

3rd Ballad - Roud Number: V5010

Title: An admired song called Glendalough

First Line: You heavenly muses assist my genious

Notes:  Incomplete. For the remainder see Harding B 19(66). 2806 b.9(263) is a complete copy.

1st Illustration

IconClass Codes:
46C11: Road, path
46B222: Pedlar
46C13142: Ass, donkey
31D12: Youth, adolescent
31A27112: Running

2nd Illustration

IconClass Codes:
83(DEFOE, Robinson Crusoe): (scenes from) specific works of literature: Defoe, Robinson Crusoe
82A(ROBINSON CRUSOE): Male literary characters (with NAME)

3rd Illustration

IconClass Codes:
34B11: Dog
23D41: Winter, 'Hyems'; 'Inverno' (Ripa)
31E2222: Accidental death ~ cold


Shelfmark: Harding B 19(63)

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