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The Resource Early English poetry, ballads, and popular literature of the Middle Ages, edited from original manuscripts and scarce publications ; london, Printed for the Percy society by C. Richards, 1840-52

Early English poetry, ballads, and popular literature of the Middle Ages, edited from original manuscripts and scarce publications ; london, Printed for the Percy society by C. Richards, 1840-52

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Early English poetry, ballads, and popular literature of the Middle Ages
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Early English poetry, ballads, and popular literature of the Middle Ages
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edited from original manuscripts and scarce publications ; london, Printed for the Percy society by C. Richards, 1840-52
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Early English poetry, ballads, and popular literature of the Middle Ages, edited from original manuscripts and scarce publications ; london, Printed for the Percy society by C. Richards, 1840-52
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  • Each number has also added t.-p
  • 1840-41 printed for the Percy society by C. Richards; 1848-52 printed for the Percy society by T. Richards
  • --v.4 Specimens of lyric poetry, composed in England in the reign of Edward the First. Edited by T. Wright. The boke of curtasye. Edited by J.O. Halliwell. Specimens of old Christmas carols. Edited by T. Wright. The nursery rhymes of England, collected principally from oral tradition. Edited by J.O. Halliwell.--v.5. Kind-heart's dream. By Henry Chettle. A knight's conjuring. By Thomas Dekker. The meeting of gallants at an ordinarie. Edited by J.O. Halliwell. The two angry women of Abington, by Henry Porter.--v.6. Ancient poetical tracts of the sixteenth century. Edited by E.F. Rimbault. Cock Lorell's bote. Edited by E.F. Rimbault. The crown garland of roses. By Richard Johnson. Pt.1. Follie's anatomie. By Henry Hutton. Poems by Sir Henry Wotton.--v.7. The harmony of birds. A paraphrase on the seven penitential Psalms, in English verse. Supposed to have been written by Thomas Brampton. The harmony of the church by Michael Drayton. Jack of Dover, his quest of inquirie. A Kerry pastoral in imitation of the first ecloque of Virgil. By Murroghoh O'Connor, [pseud.]
  • --v.8. A selection of Latin stories, from manuscripts of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. Edited by T. Wright. A dialogue concerning witches & witchcrafts, by George Gifford.--v.9. The four knaves, by Samuel Rowlands. A poem to the memory of William Congreve, by James Thomson. The pleasant conceits of old Hobson, the merry Londoner. By Richard Johnson. Maroccus extaticus: or, Bankes' bay horse in a trance. Old ballads illustrating the great frost of 1683-4 and the fair on the river Thames. Collected and edited by E.F. Rimbault.--v.10. Lord mayor's pageants. By F.W. Fairholt.--v.11. The owl and the nightingale. Thirteen psalms and the first chapter of Ecclesiastes, translated into English verse by John Croke. An historiall expostulation: against the beastlye abusers, both of chyrurgerie and physyke, in oure tyme. By John Halle. The honestie of this age. By Barnaby Rich.--v.12. The history of Reynard the fox, from the edition printed by Caxton in 1481.--v.13. The keen of the south of Ireland. Collected and edited by T.C. Croker. Six ballads, with burdens, from ms. no. CLXVIII, in the library of the Corpus Christi college, Cambridge. Edited by J. Goodwin
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Vol. 1. Old ballads, from early printed copies of the utmost rarity. Edited by J.P. Collier. A collection of songs and ballads relative to the London prentices and trades; and to the affairs of London generally. Edited by C. Mackay. The historical songs of Ireland : illustrative of the revolutionary struggle between James II and William III. Edited by T.C. Croker. The pain and sorrow of evil marriage. The king and a poor northern man; or, Too good to be true. By Martin Parker -- v.2. A selection from the minor poems of Dan John Lydgate. The early naval ballads of England. Collected and edited by J.O. Halliwell. A search for money; or, The lamentable complaint for the loss of the wandering knight, Monsieur l'Argent. By William Rowley. The mad pranks and merry jests of Robin Goodfellow -- v.3. Political ballads published in England during the commonwealth. Edited by T. Wright. Strange histories : consisting of ballads and other poems principally by Thomas Deloney. A marriage triumph, on the nuptials of the Prince Palatine, and the Princess Elizabeth, daughter of James I. By Thomas Heywood. The history of patient Grisel
Dimensions
20 cm.
Extent
30 v.
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unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
ill., facsims.
System control number
  • (QCAT)lss00237381
  • (RLIN)UTBGRLA121951-B
  • Reclass
  • (OCoLC)ocn370640857
Label
Early English poetry, ballads, and popular literature of the Middle Ages, edited from original manuscripts and scarce publications ; london, Printed for the Percy society by C. Richards, 1840-52
Publication
Note
  • Each number has also added t.-p
  • 1840-41 printed for the Percy society by C. Richards; 1848-52 printed for the Percy society by T. Richards
  • --v.4 Specimens of lyric poetry, composed in England in the reign of Edward the First. Edited by T. Wright. The boke of curtasye. Edited by J.O. Halliwell. Specimens of old Christmas carols. Edited by T. Wright. The nursery rhymes of England, collected principally from oral tradition. Edited by J.O. Halliwell.--v.5. Kind-heart's dream. By Henry Chettle. A knight's conjuring. By Thomas Dekker. The meeting of gallants at an ordinarie. Edited by J.O. Halliwell. The two angry women of Abington, by Henry Porter.--v.6. Ancient poetical tracts of the sixteenth century. Edited by E.F. Rimbault. Cock Lorell's bote. Edited by E.F. Rimbault. The crown garland of roses. By Richard Johnson. Pt.1. Follie's anatomie. By Henry Hutton. Poems by Sir Henry Wotton.--v.7. The harmony of birds. A paraphrase on the seven penitential Psalms, in English verse. Supposed to have been written by Thomas Brampton. The harmony of the church by Michael Drayton. Jack of Dover, his quest of inquirie. A Kerry pastoral in imitation of the first ecloque of Virgil. By Murroghoh O'Connor, [pseud.]
  • --v.8. A selection of Latin stories, from manuscripts of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. Edited by T. Wright. A dialogue concerning witches & witchcrafts, by George Gifford.--v.9. The four knaves, by Samuel Rowlands. A poem to the memory of William Congreve, by James Thomson. The pleasant conceits of old Hobson, the merry Londoner. By Richard Johnson. Maroccus extaticus: or, Bankes' bay horse in a trance. Old ballads illustrating the great frost of 1683-4 and the fair on the river Thames. Collected and edited by E.F. Rimbault.--v.10. Lord mayor's pageants. By F.W. Fairholt.--v.11. The owl and the nightingale. Thirteen psalms and the first chapter of Ecclesiastes, translated into English verse by John Croke. An historiall expostulation: against the beastlye abusers, both of chyrurgerie and physyke, in oure tyme. By John Halle. The honestie of this age. By Barnaby Rich.--v.12. The history of Reynard the fox, from the edition printed by Caxton in 1481.--v.13. The keen of the south of Ireland. Collected and edited by T.C. Croker. Six ballads, with burdens, from ms. no. CLXVIII, in the library of the Corpus Christi college, Cambridge. Edited by J. Goodwin
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volume
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Vol. 1. Old ballads, from early printed copies of the utmost rarity. Edited by J.P. Collier. A collection of songs and ballads relative to the London prentices and trades; and to the affairs of London generally. Edited by C. Mackay. The historical songs of Ireland : illustrative of the revolutionary struggle between James II and William III. Edited by T.C. Croker. The pain and sorrow of evil marriage. The king and a poor northern man; or, Too good to be true. By Martin Parker -- v.2. A selection from the minor poems of Dan John Lydgate. The early naval ballads of England. Collected and edited by J.O. Halliwell. A search for money; or, The lamentable complaint for the loss of the wandering knight, Monsieur l'Argent. By William Rowley. The mad pranks and merry jests of Robin Goodfellow -- v.3. Political ballads published in England during the commonwealth. Edited by T. Wright. Strange histories : consisting of ballads and other poems principally by Thomas Deloney. A marriage triumph, on the nuptials of the Prince Palatine, and the Princess Elizabeth, daughter of James I. By Thomas Heywood. The history of patient Grisel
Dimensions
20 cm.
Extent
30 v.
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
ill., facsims.
System control number
  • (QCAT)lss00237381
  • (RLIN)UTBGRLA121951-B
  • Reclass
  • (OCoLC)ocn370640857

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