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Viewing: Johnson Ballads 1790

1st Ballad - Roud Number: V16203

Title: A copy of verses on the 33 railway passengers burnt to death in the Irish mail train, near Abergele, North Wales, August 20th, 1868

First Line: Oh listen with attention, good people far and near

Themes:  Railways


2nd Ballad - Roud Number: V16048

Title: The rich and the poor, or The gentleman and the bricklayer

First Line: George Victor Townley, step this way: we'll try the well-bred first

Themes:  Courts and law - 19th century


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