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Ballads English 17th Century Early Works To 1800   4
Ballads English 17the Century : [The country miss new come in fashion] or, A farewel to the pockifi'd town-miss. : A country girl in a paragon gown, that never yet knew the tricks of the town ... to an excellent new play-house tune, called, The mock tune to the French rant.  1676 1
Ballads English 18th Century   362
Ballads English 19th Century   6
Ballads English Appalachian Region Southern History And Criticism : White spirituals in the southern uplands : the story of the fasola folk, their songs, singings, and "buckwheat notes".; Jackson, George Pullen.  1964 1
Ballads English Catalogues : Catalogue of a collection of English ballads of XVII and XVIII centuries, printed for the most part in black letter.; Lindsay, James Ludovic,  1963 1
Ballads English Criticism Textual : New approaches to medieval textuality / edited by Mikle Dave Ledgerwood.  1998 1
Ballads English Early Works To 1800   115
Ballads English England   3
Ballads English England 17th Century   3
Ballads English England Early Works To 1800 : The quatorse, or, The sorrowful lamentation of the Preston gentlemen in the press-yard, for the loss of P.W. / made by the author, while he was playing at picket ; in imitation of Habby Simson.  1685? 1
Ballads English England East Riding Of Yorkshire : The wild whistle : songs from the repertoire of Ted Tarling.; Tarling, Ted,  1983 1
Ballads English England History And Criticism   6
Ballads English England Texts   10
Ballads English England Texts Early Works To 1800 : The Sommerset-shire damsel beguil'd, or, The bonny baker chous'd in his bargain : the baker wedded her in hast, and after that was done, [double bracket] she brought him e're five months space a daughter and a son. : To the tune of, The two English travellers.  1688 1
Ballads English English Early Works To 1800 : The jolly coach-man: or, The buxome taylors wifes late folly. : When wantons they will run astray, and truck for coyn for feathers fine, their fancies thus to feed, sure they are drabs indeed. To the tune of, A jobb for a journeyman shoee-maker.  1685 1
Ballads English Great Britain History And Criticism   2
Ballads English History And Criticism England : Robin Hood in Greenwood stood : alterity and context in the English outlaw tradition / edited by Stephen Knight.  2012 1
Ballads English Ireland History And Criticism : Irish street ballads / John Hand.; Hand, John,  1976 1
Ballads English Scotland : A New Scotch whim  1693 1
Ballads English Scotland 17th Century   3
Ballads English Texts   4
Ballads English United States : American murder ballads and their stories / collected and edited by Olive Woolley Burt.  1958 1
Ballads English United States History And Criticism : White and Negro spirituals : their life span and kinship : tracing 200 years of untrammeled song making and singing among our country folk with 116 songs as sung by both races.; Jackson, George Pullen.  1975 1
Ballads English United States Scores : Spiritual folk-songs of early America : two hundred and fifty tunes and texts / with an introduction and notes, collected and edited by George Pullen Jackson.  1937 1
Ballads Englsih 17th Century : Amintas and Claudia: or, The merry shepherdess, : shewing whateve[r] [s]he from vertue did not draw, she circumvented with a ha, ha, ha : to the tune called, Calm was the evening, and clear was the skie.  1670? 1
Ballads French 17th Century : Airs novveavx faicts par moy Iean D'Heran de la ville de draguignan en prouence. : Qvatrain en cantant you preny de peno, vous auditours contentament, sus chascun my doune l'estreno per nen chinquar ioyeusament.; Heran, Jean.  1650? 1
Ballads French 18th Century Translations Into English : Les echevins noveaux [sic] de la lanterne sourde: : an excellent new French ballad, called and intitled The old dark, lanthorn's new sheriffs / wrote originally in French; now Englished and addressed to new commons and peers, pointed as it is to be sung or said. By a city bard.; City Bard.  1744 1
Ballads Great Britain History And Criticism : A ballad history of England from 1588 to the present day.; Palmer, Roy.  1979 1
Ballads History And Criticism   3
Ballads Ireland 18th Century : Ireland's warning, : being an excellent new song, upon Woods's base half-pence. To the tune of Packinton's [sic] pound.  1724 1
Ballads Irish   2
Ballads Irish 17th Century : Mount Taraghs triumph, 5 Iuly, 1626 : to the tune of the Careere.  1626 1
Ballads Korean Korea History And Criticism : Pansori : commemorating designation as a masterpiece of oral tradition and intangible heritage of humanity by UNESCO in 2003.  2004 1
Ballads Scores   3
Ballads Scots   4
Ballads Scots 16th Century   16
Ballads Scots 16th Century Early Works To 1800 : The admonitioun to the lordis; Sempill, Robert,  1570 1
Ballads Scots 17th Century   37
Ballads Scots 18th Century   9
Ballads Scots Early Works To 1800   2
Ballads Scots History And Criticism : The ballad repertoire of Anna Gordon, Mrs Brown of Falkland / edited by Sigrid Rieuwerts.  2011 1
Ballads Scots Poetry Early Works To 1800 : The poysonit schot..; Sempill, Robert,  1570 1
Ballads Scots Scotland 18th Century : An excellent new song, to the tune of, Old long syne..  1746? 1
Ballads Scots Scotland History And Criticism : The ballad and the folk.; Buchan, David,  1997 1
Ballads Scots Scotland Texts : The ballad repertoire of Anna Gordon, Mrs Brown of Falkland / edited by Sigrid Rieuwerts.  2011 1
Ballads Spanish : Spanish ballads / edited with introduction, notes & bibliography by Colin Smith.  1996 1
Ballads Spanish History And Criticism : Al que en buen hora nacio : essays on the Spanish epic and ballad in honour of Colin Smith / edited by Brian Powell and Geoffrey West ; general editor Dorothy Severin.  1996 1
Ballads Welsh 17th Century : Byd y bigail : being the same in Welch, to a daintie new tune / terfyn R.H.; Hughes, Richard.  1632 1
Ballamie Richard : The leper clensed, or, The reduction of an erring Christian : being a narrative of Richard Ballamie of Tiverton, his falling off to Anabaptism, and of his returning to the truth : with the causes and occasions of both : wherein he is not onely cleared from the Anabaptists unjust excomunicating of him for leaving them, but their unchristian waies and wildes to deceive are also laid upen / by him published to caution young ignorant Christians against the error of that way.; Ballamie, Richard.  1657 1
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