2 edition of The rarest old ballad that ever was seen found in the catalog.
The rarest old ballad that ever was seen
by Printed and sold at the Printing-Office in Bow-Church-Yard, London in [London]
Written in English
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2123.2:530-531|
|The Physical Object|
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Then in great sorrow fair Bessey did say, Good father and mother, let me go away To seek my fortune where-ever it be, Thus suit was then granted et pretty Bessey. Thus Bessy that was of beauty most bright, Then clad in grey russet, and late in the night, From father and mother alone parted she, Who sighed and sobbed for pretty Bessey.
The rarest old ballad that ever was seen: of the blind beggar's daughter of Bethnal-Green. Publisher: [London]: Printed and sold at the Printing-Office in Bow-Church-Yard, London, [?]. Although the original copies have all perished, the ballad has been very satisfactorily proved by Percy to have been written in the reign of Elizabeth.
The present reprint is from a modern copy, carefully collated with one in the Bagford Collection, entitled, 'The rarest ballad that ever was seen, Of the Blind Beggar's Daughter of Bednal Green.'. Roxburghe“The Rarest Old Ballad that ever was seen, Of the Blind Beggar’s Daughter of Bethnal-Green” (?), Album Facsimile Pages 8 and 22 from Chapbook, The History of the Blind Begger at Bednal-Green, 23 pages in.
Ballad - Roud Number: Title: The rarest old ballad that ever was seen, of the blind beggar's daughter of Bethnal green. First Line: It is of a blind beggar that long lost his sight. References: ESTC: T Themes: Courtship - difference in social status, Beggars.
The rarest old ballad that ever was seen, of the blind beggar's daughter of Bethnal-green The blind beggar's daughter Blind beggar's daughter of Bethnal Green The rarest old ballad that ever was seen, of the blind beggar's daughter of Bethnal green.
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