Broadside Ballads Online

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Imprint Names:

Imprint Locations:

    between 1623 and 1661


London, Printed for Francis Grove, on Snow-hill



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.])


ESTC: S101654

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


IconClass Codes:
45C15: Archer's weapons
82A(ROBIN HOOD): Male literary characters (with NAME)
45C13(SWORD)(+1): Hacking and thrusting weapons: sword (+ during the battle)
33B3: Fighting
25H15: Forest, wood
45C12(STAFF): Weapons for striking a blow (with NAME)
43C11482: Hunting horn
45H12: Surprise attack (from ambush)
44G3415: (person under sentence of death) on the way to the scaffold or place of execution
31E2355(+61): Violent death by hanging (+ instrument of execution)


Shelfmark: Wood 401(23)

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