Collection of eighty street ballads on forty sheets, mostly with
a woodcut printed at London, the majority by J. Catnach (1820ñ1830).
London: n.p., n.d.
Broadside pasted to album leaf 8, containing "The Battle
Field," "Mary's Love," and "Answer to my Heart
and Lute" (all in the left column), and "Blue-Bonnets
over the Border" and "Buy a Broom" (right column). Colophon
at lower right: "Printed by J. CATNACH, 2 Monmouth-C<o>u<r>t
Image: banner inscribed "FINIS," ornamented with ivy.
MARCH to the battle field,
The woes and pains, the galling chains,
Our hallow'd cause, our home and laws,
Basic transcription by Brett Single.
Pointed brackets mark conjectural readings and emendations (except for apostrophe marks, here normalized from from the single open-quotation marks used in the original).
Listed in Catnach's Catalogue (1832),
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