Broadside Ballads Online

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Imprint Names:

Imprint Locations:

Artists:
  • Cruikshank, Isaac

Date
    1808

Notes:

Reference: The Cruikshankian Momus (1892)


Series Identifier:

487



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Viewing: Harding B 10(71)

Ballad - Roud Number: 1337

Title: The cobler and poet

First Line: William and Jonathan come to town together

Authors:  Allingham, John Till, 1799-1810

Performers:  Fawcett, John, 1768-1837


Illustration

IconClass Codes:
25I141: Street
41A141: The usual house or row of houses
46A21: Contrast between rich and poor
48CC75621: Ballad singer, ballad seller - CC - out of doors
42B742: Mother and child(ren), woman and child(ren) (family group)
41D2321(+81): Apron (+ men's clothes)
41C741: Pipe ~ tobacco
31A311: Eyeglasses, spectacles
41D221: Head-gear
46B354: Signboard
41D29: Clothed in rags
46B13: Shop, store
49B(+1): Scholastic education, tuition (+ building ~ education, tuition)
47H73(+1): Shoe-maker, cobbler (+ place ~ crafts, industries, agriculture)
47H73(+32): Shoe-maker, cobbler (+ tools and appliances ~ crafts, industries, agriculture)
47B1814(+1): Butcher, slaughterman (+ place ~ crafts, industries, agriculture)



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