3 edition of The Bagford ballads illustrating the last years of the Stuarts [Supplement] found in the catalog.
The Bagford ballads illustrating the last years of the Stuarts [Supplement]
|Statement||Collected and annotated by J. Woodfall Ebsworth.|
|Series||Ballad society. [Publications] -- no. 20.|
|Contributions||Ebsworth, Joseph Woodfall, 1824-1908.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||-553 p. :|
|Number of Pages||553|
The Last Man of all he took up with the Maid, With a hye down, ho down, Lanktre down derry, And thus the whole shot of it was Lovingly paid, Without ever a stiver of Money. The Hostess, the Cousin, and Servant, we find, With a hye down, ho down, Lanktre down derry, Made court’sies, and thanked them for being so kind, Without ever a stiver. the third tour of doctor syntax in search of a wife a poem by william combe - with 25 coloured illustrations by thomas rowlandson £ BAGFORD BALLADS THE LAST YEARS OF THE STUARTS SECOND DIVISION EDITED BY JOSEPH WOODFALL EBSWORTH.
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Bagford ballads: illustrating the last years of the Stuarts. Hertford, Printed for the Ballad Society, by S. Austin, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: OCLC Number: Notes: The Amanda Group of Bagford Poems, Ballad Society publicat at end of v.
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OCLC Number: Notes: Original ed. issued as no. 20 of the Publications of the Ballad Society. "The Amanda group of Bagford poems": v. 1, ** page. The Bagford ballads: illustrating the last years of the Stuarts. Ed., with introd. and notes, by Joseph Woodfall Ebsworth.
With copies of all the original woodcuts. Volume: 1 () (Reprint) [Leatherbound]. Full text of "The Bagford Ballads: Illustrating The Last Years of the Stuarts" See other formats. The Bagford Ballads were English ballads collected by John Bagford ( - ) for Robert Harley, first Earl of d was originally a cobbler, but he became a book collector in his later years, and he assembled this set of ballads from the materials he had been collecting.
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Full text of "The Bagford Ballads: Illustrating The Last Years of the Stuarts". OCLC Number: Notes: "In two divisions": First division contains pt. of "Bagford ballads," published in and respectively, and a supplement entitled: "The Amanda group of Bagford poems," published in ; Second division contains pt.
3 of "Bagford ballads," published in The Bagford Ballads: Illustrating the Last Years of the Stuarts. 2 vols Hertfordpassim. For "Licensed and Entered According to Order," see the index to Frances M.
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Babcock, B. (Ithaca-London, ). 'The Bagford Ballads, illustrating the last years of the Stuarts,' were edited for the Ballad Society by the Rev. Ebsworth, 2 vols., Hertford, ; and other pieces referring to the periods of the Civil War, Commonwealth, and Restoration have appeared in others of Mr.
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The Choyce Drolleries of followed next year. For the Ballad Society, Ebsworth edited the Bagford Ballads from the British Museum (2 pts.
), together with the Amanda Group of Bagford Poems (). His major work for the Ballad Society was the completion of its edition of the Roxburghe collection of ballads in the British Museum.
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