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The Loyal Briton's Song, Author Unknown Jul 1803

The Loyal Briton's Song, Author Unknown

Broadside Ballads: England

Verse concerning British nationalism circa the Napoleonic Wars


The Royal Stag-Hunt, J. West Dec 1802

The Royal Stag-Hunt, J. West

Broadside Ballads: England

Song concerning a merry stag (deer) hunting and honoring Kings & Queens


Monody On The Much Lamented Death Of The Most Noble Francis Duke Of Bedford, Author Unknown Dec 1801

Monody On The Much Lamented Death Of The Most Noble Francis Duke Of Bedford, Author Unknown

Broadside Ballads: England

Mourning song for Francis, 5th Duke of Bedford


A Bond-Street Lounger, George Saville Carey (1743-1807) Jun 1800

A Bond-Street Lounger, George Saville Carey (1743-1807)

Broadside Ballads: England

Details a man who lives all his days at another's expense


Young Casey Is The Lad, Author Unknown Dec 1793

Young Casey Is The Lad, Author Unknown

Broadside Ballads: England

Enlistment and tenure of a soldier under Corporal Casey


Desponding Negro, Author Unknown Aug 1793

Desponding Negro, Author Unknown

Broadside Ballads: England

Narrative of a slave


The Primrose Girl, Author Unknown Aug 1793

The Primrose Girl, Author Unknown

Broadside Ballads: England

No abstract provided.


The Loyalist, Author Unknown Dec 1791

The Loyalist, Author Unknown

Broadside Ballads: England

Loyalty for King George III and Britain


Carrion Crow, Author Unknown Oct 1790

Carrion Crow, Author Unknown

Broadside Ballads: England

A man shoots an arrow into a sow instead of a crow.


Sweet Poll Of Plymouth, Author Unknown Feb 1786

Sweet Poll Of Plymouth, Author Unknown

Broadside Ballads: England

An impressed sailor leaves his love at home.


The Double Mistake, Author Unknown May 1785

The Double Mistake, Author Unknown

Broadside Ballads: England

Narrative song concerning socioeconomic classes interacting and drinking.


A Pious Warning To All Wicked And Impenitent Sinners, Author Unknown Dec 1752

A Pious Warning To All Wicked And Impenitent Sinners, Author Unknown

Broadside Ballads: England

Set forth in the confession and plain conviction of Bezaleel Knowles, a young Quaker, about 17: Who, before the learned, righteous and honourable Judge Sir Michael Foster, was try'd at York, on Saturday, March 24 1753, found guilty, and sentenc'd to be executed [ill.] the 16th, between 8 and 12, for the horrid, barbarous and almost unparallell'd Murder of Mrs. Dorothy Gibson, late of Knaresborough, on the 25th of January last.