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28 June 2012

SBG popular literature 2

Sabine Baring-Gould’s collection of popular literature. 2.

The second volume in this series listing of Sabine Baring-Gould's collection of popular literature includes the only known volume of broadsides that remains in Devon. A reference to the Baring-Gould Heritage Project microfiches is given where relevant as the original volume is not at present accessible. The records were produced from examination of the original volume for the Project. Some dates have been amended since an earlier version of this listing made for the project.

Volume of broadsides currently in the Devon Record Office

A new song, called The last will and testament, dying speech and confession of old Father Pestilence. - Printed by John Doe and Richard Roe , [1820?] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/001 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

Fifty-six wants of the children of Zion, all supplied from the fountain head. - London : Printed by J. and C.Evans, Long-lane , [1825?] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/002 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

Joyful sounds of salvation. - London : Daniel Batchelar, 14, Hackney Road Cresc. , [1840?] . - 1 sheet. - Two carols. - DRO Broadsides/003 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

The Messiah!. - London : W.Taylor, 14, Waterloo Road , [1830?] . - 1 sheet. - Three hymns: God rest you.Portugese hymn. Christians, awake. - DRO Broadsides/004 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

The best wisdom: a new carol, proper to be sung at Christmas. - London: Printed by A.Applegath, Duke-street , [1825?] . - 1 sheet. - Sold by J.Davis, 56, Paternoster Row; J. & C.Evans and J.Nisbet. - DRO Broadsides/005 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

Glad tidings to all people: a Christmas song. - London : Printed by A.Applegath and E.Cowper , [1820?] . - 1 sheet. - Sold by J.Davis, 56, Paternoster Row; and J. and C.Evans. - DRO Broadsides/006 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

Four new carols. - London : J. & C.Evans, Long-lane , [1825?] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/007 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

The nativity. A selection of excellent Christmas carols. - [London]: J.Catnach, printer, 2 & 3,Monmouth-court , [1835?] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/008 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

A divine poem and Christmas carol, on the birth of our redeemer, Jesus Christ. - [London]: Sold by J.Evans, no. 41, Long-lane , [1810?] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/009 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

Christmas recreations. - [London]: T.Batchelar, 115, Long Alley, Moorfields , [1825?] . - 1 sheet. - Three carols and doxology. - DRO Broadsides/010 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

The resurrection. - [London]: Paul & Co., printers, 2 & 3, Monmouth Ct , [1845?] . - 1 sheet. - Four religious poems. - DRO Broadsides/011 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

Divine mirth. - [London]: D.Batchelar, 14, Hackney Road Crescent , [1840?] . - 1 sheet. - Four carols. - DRO Broadsides/012 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

The happy man, and true gentleman [London]: J.Pitts, 6, Great St. Andrew Street , [1830?] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/013 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

Moggy. - [London]: [s.n.] , [1760?] . - 1 sheet. - Sheet of engraved music, page no. 89. - DRO Broadsides/014 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

The rover. G.Bickham invt & sculp. - [London]: [s.n.] , [1760?] . - 1 sheet. - Sheet of engraved music, page no. 36. - DRO Broadsides/015 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

Fickle Jenny & Jockey, a dialogue. - [London]: [s.n.] , [1760?] . - 1 sheet. - Sheet of engraved music, page no. 35. - DRO Broadsides/016 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

The beautiful charmer / George Frederick Handel. Geo. Bickham junr. Sculp. - [London]: [s.n.] , [1760?] . - 1 sheet. - Sheet of engraved music, page no. 67. - DRO Broadsides/017 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

The Lapland lover / C. Smith. Gravelot inv, Bickham junr sculp. - [London]: [s.n.] , [1760?] . - 1 sheet. - Sheet of engraved music, page no. 9. - DRO Broadsides/018 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

The noon-tide air. - [London]: [s.n.] , [1760?] . - 1 sheet. - Sheet of engraved music, page no. 83. - DRO Broadsides/019 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

The modest question. Set by Mr Russell. - [London]: [s.n.] , [1760?] . - 1 sheet. - Sheet of engraved music, page no. P.19. - DRO Broadsides/020 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

Set by Mr Arne. - [London]: [s.n.] , [1760?] . - 1 sheet. - Sheet of engraved music, page no. P.72. - DRO Broadsides/021 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

Fanny blooming fair. - [London]: [s.n.] , [1760?] . - 1 sheet. - Sheet of engraved music, page no. P.38. - DRO Broadsides/022 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

Senisino. - [London]: [s.n.] , [1760?] . - 1 sheet. - Sheet of engraved music, page no. P.39. - DRO Broadsides/023 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

Phebe. A pastoral. Set by Mr. Oswald. - [London]: [s.n.] , [1760?] . - 1 sheet. - Sheet of engraved music, page no. 119. - DRO Broadsides/024 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

The gear and the bragrie o't. B.Cole sculp. - [London]: [s.n.] , [1760?] . - 1 sheet. - Sheet of engraved music. - DRO Broadsides/025 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

A song for the million. Tune - Buff breeches. - [Tavistock]: [s.n.] , [1857?] . - 1 sheet. - Verse: "Johnny Scroggins came to Tavistock". - DRO Broadsides/026 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

Rules and regulations of the Tavistock Juvenile Cricket Club. - [Tavistock]: [s.n.] , 1864 . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/027 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

Electors of Tavistock. - [Tavistock]: [s.n.] , [1857?] . - 1 sheet. - Dated: Kilworthy Lane, Tavistock, March 12th.- Year of confusion. - DRO Broadsides/028 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

Copy of requisition to Mr. Trelawny. - [Tavistock]: [s.n.] , 1857 . - 1 sheet. - Dated: March 16th, 1857. Signed: A non-elector. - DRO Broadsides/029 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

Here you have printed & published a copy of verses giving a full, true and particular account of the bold young Samivell ... - [Tavistock]: [s.n.] , [1857?] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/030 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

Election ballads, - no. 1. The Old Woter; or the windbag blown: a tale of consistency, sung by a young woter ... - [Tavistock]: [s.n.] , [1857?] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/031 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

Election ballads, - no. 1. Traitors, trimmers, turncoats, and Trelawny; or, Tavistock suited to a T. - [Tavistock]: [s.n.] , [1857?] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/032 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

To the electors of Tavistock / [signed] R.P.Collier. - Tavistock: T.S.Chave, printer , 1857 . - 1 sheet. - Dated: Western Circuit, Exeter, March 20th, 1857. Signed: An EnglishmAn DRO Broadsides/033 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

To the electors of Tavistock / [signed] John. S. Trelawny. - Tavistock: G.Spencer, printer, bookseller , 1857 . - 1 sheet. - Dated: March 5th, 1857. - DRO Broadsides/034 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

To the electors of Tavistock. - [Tavistock]: [s.n.] , [1857?] . - 1 sheet. - Signed: An elector. - DRO Broadsides/036 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

Song: Carter is a gentleman. Tune, - The old English gentlemAn [Tavistock]: [s.n.] , [1857?] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/037 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

To the electors of Tavistock. - [Tavistock]: [s.n.] , [1857?] . - 1 sheet. - Signed: A Briton. - DRO Broadsides/038 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

Prince of Wales advertiser , 10th edition. No. 21. Tuesday, March 10, 1863. - Alexandra: Printed at the Victoria Press by Love.. , 1863 . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/040 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

The old man, his children, and the bundle of sticks. A fable. - London: J.Marshall, 17 Queen Street and R.White , [1800?] . - 1 sheet. - Also sold by S.Hazard, printer to the Cheap Repository, Bath. - DRO Broadsides/041 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

The gin-shop; or, a peep into a prison. - London: J.Marshall, 17 Queen Street and R.White , [1800?] . - 1 sheet. - Also sold by S.Hazard, printer to the Cheap Repository, Bath. - DRO Broadsides/042 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

The particulars of a drovers son, frozen to death, in the snow, at East Ham marshes, Essex. Also Jas. Mitchell, a brass founder ... - [London]: Carpue, Junr. printer, 3 Old Montague St , [1835?] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/044 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

The perpetual almanack; or, gentleman soldier's prayer book: shewing how one Richard Middleton, was taken before the Mayor ... - Devonport: E.Keys, 7, James Street , [1840?] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/045 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 1

The progress of life. - [London]: Printed for G.Green, 27, Featherstone St , [1850?] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/046 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 2

The Dorsetshire garland, or, the beggar's wedding. - [London]: J.Pitts, Great St. Andrew Street , [1820?] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/047 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 2

The Chester garland in four parts. - [London]: J.Pitts, 14 Great St. Andrew Street , [1815?] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/048 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 2

The doating mother's garland. - [London]: Pitts, 6, Great St. Andrew Street , [1830?] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/049 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 2

The wreckers; or, a view of what sometimes passes on our sea coast. - London: Printed by A.Applegath, Stamford-street , [1825?] . - 1 sheet. - Sold by J.Davis, 56, Paternoster Row; and J. and C.Evans. - DRO Broadsides/050 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 2

The negro's memorial. - [London]: Paul & Co., 2 & 3,Monmouth Court , [1845?] . - 1 sheet. - Please to purchase this paper from two coloured men in distress. - DRO Broadsides/051 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 2

The storm [and] Ole Joe. - [London]: Mitchelson, printer, 15, Brook Hill , [1840?] . - 1 sheet. - Slip songs. - DRO Broadsides/052 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 2

Parson Brown's sheep. - London: Printed at the Catnach Press by W.S.Fortey , [1875?] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/052a ; Mf 4.2 fiche 2

Foot it, my dears. Dutch politicians. Dutch dancing master [etc]. - London: Printed for I.Taylor in Holborn , 1775 . - 1 sheet. - Six figures of men with performing animals. - DRO Broadsides/053 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 2

Dancing bear. Don Quixote and Sancho. Paul Puff & Jerry Sneak ... - Alnwick: Printed & published by W.Davison , 1800? . - 1 sheet. - Nine engravings on single sheet numbered 44. - DRO Broadsides/054 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 2

Park's novel twelfth-night characters. - London: Pub by A.Park, 47, Leonard Street , [1840?]. - 4 sheets. - Cover with explanatory sheet, 2 plates of figures lettered A-Z. - DRO Broadsides/055 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 2

Stych's new sheet, All the world's a stage, the people are the players. - [London] : W.J.Stych, 25, White-horse Alley , [1840?] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/058 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 2

The golden grove. - London: Printed by J.Catnach, 2, Monmouth-Court , [1830?] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/062 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 2

The crucifixion. - [P]aul, and Co., printers, 2 and 3, Monmouth-court , [1845?] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/066 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 2

The vanity of human life. Death and the gentlemAn [London]: J.Catnach, printer, 2, Monmouth-Court , [1830?] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/070 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 2

The morning star. - London: J.Catnach 2, Monmouth-Court, 7 Dials , [1830?] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/074 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 2

The life of Abraham. - [London]: Printed by J.Catnach 2, Monmouth-Court , [1830?] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/078 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 2

Evening hymn. - [London]: J.Catnach, printer, 2,&3, Monmouth-Court , [1835?] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/082 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 2

The rose of Sharon. - [London]: Printed by J.Catnach, 2, Monmouth-Court , [1830?] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/086 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 2

The golden chain of salvation. - London: Printed by J.Catnach, 2&3, Monmouth-Court , [1835?] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/090 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 2

Old Artillery Ground. A copy of verses for 1855, humbly presented to the worthy inhabitants by Charles Church, Beadle ... - London: Reynell and White, 16, Little Pultemey St. , [1854] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/094 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 2

Prince of Israel. The most remarkable events in the life of Our Lord Jesus Christ. - [London]: Printed by J.Catnach, Monmouth-Court , [1830?] . - 1 sheet. - DRO Broadsides/098 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 2

Love's golden dream [etc]. - London: H.P.Such, 183, Union Street, Borough , [1890?]. - [4]p. - Sheets of song lyrics. - DRO Broadsides/102 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 3

The picture that was turned toward the wall [etc]. - [London]: H.P.Such, 183, Union Street, Borough , [1890?]. - [4]p. - Sheets of song lyrics. - DRO Broadsides/104 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 3

And I'm another [etc]. - London: H.P.Such, 183, Union Street, Borough , [1890?]. - [4]p. - Sheets of song lyrics. - DRO Broadsides/106 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 3

O, what a difference in the morning [etc]. - [London]: H.P.Such, 183, Union Street, Borough , [1890?]. - [4]p. - Sheets of song lyrics. - DRO Broadsides/108 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 3

Grace Darling [etc]. - [London]: [H.P.Such, 183, Union Street, Borough] , [1890?]. - [4]p. - Sheets of song lyrics. - DRO Broadsides/110 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 3

Maggie Murphy's home [etc]. - [London]: H.P.Such, 183, Union Street, Borough , [1890?]. - [4]p. - Sheets of song lyrics. - DRO Broadsides/112 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 3

We all went home in a cab [etc]. - [London]: H.P.Such, 183, Union Street, Borough , [1890?]. - [4]p. - Sheets of song lyrics. - DRO Broadsides/114 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 3

The faithful sailor boy [etc]. - [London]: [H.P.Such, 183, Union Street, Borough] , [1890?]. - [4]p. - Sheets of song lyrics. - DRO Broadsides/116 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 3

Where did you get that hat [etc]. - [London]: H.P.Such, 183, Union Street, Borough , [1890?]. - [4]p. - Sheets of song lyrics. "Where did you get that hat?" composed by Joseph J. Sullivan 1888. - DRO Broadsides/118 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 3

I'll take you home Kathleen [etc]. - [London]: [H.P.Such, 183, Union Street, Borough] , [1890?]. - [4]p. - Sheets of song lyrics. - DRO Broadsides/120 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 3

Just a song at twilight [etc]. - [London]: [H.P.Such, 183, Union Street, Borough] , [1890?]. - [4]p. - Sheets of song lyrics. "Love's old sweet song" text by G. Clifton Bingham, melody by James L.Molloy first published 1884. - DRO Broadsides/122 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 3

Oh ta-ra-ra [etc]. - [London]: H.P.Such, 183, Union Street, Borough , [1890?]. - [4]p. - Sheets of song lyrics. - DRO Broadsides/124 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 3

Phil Garlick's 'Xmas jollification. - [London]: [H.P.Such, 183, Union Street, Borough] , [1890?]. - [4]p. - Sheets of song lyrics. - DRO Broadsides/126 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 3

Twixt love & duty [etc]. - [London]: H.P.Such, 183, Union Street, Borough , [1890?]. - [4]p. - Sheets of song lyrics. - DRO Broadsides/128 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 3

The bank at Monte Carlo [etc]. - [London]: H.P.Such, 183, Union Street, Borough , [1895?]. - [4]p. - Sheets of song lyrics. "The man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo" written 1892 by Fred Gilbert. - DRO Broadsides/130 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 3

Grace Conroy [etc]. - London: H.P.Such, 183, Union Street, Borough, S.E. , [1895?]. - [4]p. - Head title: A collection of popular songs. - DRO Broadsides/132 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 3

The waiter! [etc]. - [London]: [H.P.Such, 183, Union Street, Borough] , [1890?]. - [4]p. - Sheets of song lyrics. - DRO Broadsides/134 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 3

The Irish jubilee [etc]. - London: H.P.Such, 183, Union Street, Borough, S.E. , [1890?]. - [4]p. - Sheets of song lyrics. - DRO Broadsides/136 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 3

I'll give him ta-ra-ra boomdeay [etc]. - [London]: H.P.Such, 183, Union Street, Borough , [1890?]. - [4]p. - Sheets of song lyrics. - DRO Broadsides/138 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 3

We're alright when we're tight! [etc]. - London: H.P.Such, 183, Union Street, Borough, S.E. , [1890?]. - [4]p. - Sheets of song lyrics. - DRO Broadsides/140 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 3

The English rose [etc]. - [London]: H.P.Such, 183, Union Street, Borough , [1895?]. - [4]p. - Head title: A collection of popular songs. - DRO Broadsides/142 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 3

Going home! or, the miner's return [etc]. - [London]: H.P.Such, 183, Union Street, Borough , [1895?]. - [4]p. - Head title: A collection of popular songs. - DRO Broadsides/144 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 3

Grace Conroy [etc]. - London: H.P.Such, 183, Union Street, Borough, S.E. , [1895?]. - [4]p. - Head title: A collection of popular songs. - DRO Broadsides/146 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 3

Songs of the seaports. Words for common tunes, collected by the Rev. Frederick Iliff, M.A London: Routledge, Warne, and Routledge , 1861. - 64p. - DRO Broadsides/148 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 3

Wages! [etc]. - London: H.P.Such, 183, Union Street, Borough, S.E. , [1890?]. - [4]p. - Sheets of song lyrics. - DRO Broadsides/154 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 3

The soldier's letter [etc]. - [London]: H.P.Such, 183, Union Street, Borough , [1890?]. - [4]p. - Sheets of song lyrics. - DRO Broadsides/156 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 4

The nigger's Yankee budget [etc]. - London: W.S.Fortey, 4, Great St. Andrew Street , [1895?]. - [8]p. - Head title: A collection of favourite songs. - DRO Broadsides/158 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 4

Erin-go-bragh songster. W.S.Fortey's edition. - London: W.S.Fortey, 4, Great St. Andrew Street , [1895?]. - [8]p. - Head title: A collection of favourite songs. - DRO Broadsides/160 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 4

Marie Collins's great success:- Take it on, boys. - London: W.S.Fortey, Great St. Andrew Street , [1895?]. - [8]p. - Head title: A collection of favourite songs. - DRO Broadsides/164 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 4

March's summer annual. - London: R.March & Co., 18, St. James' Walk , [1890?]. - [8]p. - Sheets of song lyrics. - DRO Broadsides/167 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 5

Songs of bonny Scotland. - London: W.S.Fortey, 4, Great St. Andrew Street , [1895?]. - [8]p. - Head title: a collection of favourite songs. - DRO Broadsides/168 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 5

W.S.Fortey's prize annual. - London: W.S.Fortey, 4, Great St. Andrew Street , [1895?]. - [8]p. - Head title: A collection of favourite songs. - DRO Broadsides/171 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 5

Dan Leno's latest hits: Recruiting sergeant [etc]. - [London]: W.S.Fortey, 4, Gt. St. Andrew Street , [1895?]. - [8]p. - Head title: A collection of favourite songs. The recruiting sergeant performed by Dan Leno in 1893, written by Harry Wright. - DRO Broadsides/173 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 5

R.G.Knowles great hit;-- Columbus up-to-date [etc]. - London: W.S.Fortey, 4, Great St. Andrew Street , [1895?]. - [8]p. - Head title: A collection of favourite songs. R.G.Knowles appeared regularly in London from 1891. - DRO Broadsides/175 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 5

Leo Dryden's latest success; -- Going home [etc]. - London: W.S.Fortey, 4, Great St. Andrew Street , [1895?]. - [8]p. - Head title: A collection of favourite songs. - DRO Broadsides/177 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 5

Gus Elen's great hit - Down the dials [etc]. - London: W.S.Fortey, 4, Great St. Andrew Street , [1895?]. - [8]p. - Head title: A collection of favourite songs. Gus Elen (1862–1940) achieved success from 1891. - DRO Broadsides/179 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 6

Arthur Combes's popular song:- Velvet & rags [etc]. - London: W.S.Fortey, 4, Great St. Andrew Street , [1895?]. - [8]p. - Head title: A collection of favourite songs. - DRO Broadsides/181 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 6

Wait for the waggon [and] Sally come up the middle. - London: H.Such, 177, Union Street, Boro' , [1885?] . - 1 sheet. - Slip songs. - DRO Broadsides/183 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 6

Sea songs of old England. - London: W.S.Fortey, 4, Great St. Andrew Street , [1895?]. - [8]p. - Head title: A collection of favourite songs. - DRO Broadsides/184 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 6

Die verschiedenen Staende im menschlichen Leben. - Frankfurt-am-Main: Druck, Verlag ... Ed.Gust.May , [1850?] . - 1 sheet. - Lithograph of seven conditions of man: emperor, noble, parson &c. - DRO Broadsides/188 ; Mf 4.2 fiche 6

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