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Anthropology

1806

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Rosabell, John Mayne Dec 1806

Rosabell, John Mayne

Broadside Ballads: England

Details the love between a departing soldier his love, Rosabell


Five Miles Off, Author Unknown Sep 1806

Five Miles Off, Author Unknown

Broadside Ballads: England

Narrative of a relationship between a man and a woman with another lover


Elijah's Mantle, Author Unknown Feb 1806

Elijah's Mantle, Author Unknown

Broadside Ballads: England

A song about Prime Minister William Pitt securing Britain's nationhood.


Lines On The Funeral Procession Of Britannia's Favorite Son, Author Unknown Dec 1805

Lines On The Funeral Procession Of Britannia's Favorite Son, Author Unknown

Broadside Ballads: England

Lines on the Funeral Procession of Britannia's Favorite Son, Lord Viscount Nelson, Late Admiral of the White, Baron of Thope in the County of Norfolk, and of the Nile, Duke of Bronti in Sicily etc. who was mortally wounded in the ever-memorable Battle of Trafalgar, Oct. 21, 1805, and interred in St. Paul's Cathedral, with every mark of National Respect, on Thursday, January 9, 1806.