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' Fashion ' contains the following 20 items:

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Advice to the author of a late poem, entituled, The British court [ID: 86027335]

First line reads: For shame give or'e,/ And write no more. A reply to 'The British court' by Joseph Browne. In one column. Price 2 d.

Date printed: 1707

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(1) Dolly Varden hats [ID: 74892412]

Two ballads. The Dolly Varden hats - first line reads: Come dear, don't fear try and cut a shine. Don't put your foot on a man when he's down - first line reads: Society's ways, in these curious days. In two columns.

Date printed: 1850

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(2) Exhibition of fashions [ID: 74892493]

First line reads: Come listen with attention. In two columns with nine illustrations.

Printer: Hodges, E., printer (from Pitts')

Date printed: 1851

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(3) Crikey what will master say? [ID: 74893105]

Crikey what will master say - first line reads: From a country village t'o day. I'm quite the ladies' man - first line reads: I am a ladies' man -- in fact.

Printer: Harkness, John, b. 1814

Probable date printed: 1840-1866

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(4) New song on the downfall of the chignons [ID: 74893258]

First line reads: Good people all now pay attention while I unto you relate. In one column.

Date printed: 1870

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(5) New song on the downfall of the chignons [ID: 74893261]

First line reads: Good people all now pay attention while I unto you relate. In one column with an illustration above the title.

Date printed: 1870

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(6) New fashions [ID: 74893294]

First line reads: Good people give ear to my story. In one column.

Date printed: 1820

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(7) Collier swell [ID: 74893453]

The collier swell - first line reads: I used to be a vulgar clown, with cash and money short in. Anne Laurie - first line reads: Maxwellton Braes are bonnie.

Author: Scott, John Douglas, Lady, 1810-1900

Date printed: 1850

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(8) Hole in her stocking [ID: 74893603]

The hole in her stocking - first line reads: In London once as I've heard say. The boys of Kilkenny - first line reads: The boys of Kilkenny are brave roaring blades.

Printer: Walker, George, printer at North Shields

Date printed: 1850

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(9) Day of fashion [ID: 74893606]

" ... Sung with the greatest applause by Mr C Taylor, at Vauxhall Gardens". First line reads: In London's gay circle where pleasure's abound. In three columns with an illustration (possibly hand coloured) above the title. Etching by George Cruikshank which has been hand (?) coloured.

Date printed: 1813

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(10) Chieftain of Hunkyway [ID: 74893681]

The chieftain of Hunkyway - first line reads: In the isle of Hunkyway. The country girl out of fashion - first line reads: Good people attend I will sing you a song.

Printer: Pitts, John, 1765-1844

Probable date printed: 1820-1844

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(11) Rory O'More's description of London fashions [ID: 74893714]

First line reads: I pray give attention, high low, rich, and poor. In two columns. '(276)' is printed beneath the second column .

Printer: Walker, George, printer at North Shields

Date printed: 1845

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(12) Fashions and follies of the year 1872 [ID: 74893933]

First line reads: I'll sing you a ditty, I hope it will please. In two columns with an illustration above the first.

Printer: Such, Henry Parker, fl. 1849 - 1851

Date printed: 1872

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(13) New song on the downfal of the chignauns [ID: 74894137]

First line reads: NLINpeople [sic] all now pay attention while I unto you relate. In one column with an illustration above the title.

Date printed: 1870

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(14) I'll be a bloomer [ID: 74894233]

First line reads: Listen females all. In two columns with an illustrationabove the first.

Printer: Hodges, E., printer (from Pitts')

Date printed: 1850

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(15) Mister Snout [ID: 74894380]

First line reads: Mister Peter Snout was invited out. In one column.

Printer: Pitts, John, 1765-1844

Probable date printed: 1820-1844

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(16) London manners and dandy fashions [ID: 74894521]

First line reads: My mother she said, my darling boy. In one column.

Printer: Croshaw, C.

Date printed: 1825

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(17) New song & dialogue on Bloomerism [ID: 74894590]

" ... The men wrong, and the women right". Dated at the foot of the sheet in pencil '1845'. First line reads: Oh Bill, this dreadful piece of work will make me shed a tear. In verse and prose. In two columns.

Printer: Disley, Henry, fl. 1850-1878

Date printed: 1845

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(18) Oyster-shell bonnet and dandy chignon [ID: 74895061]

First line reads: Of all the queer fashions you ever did see. In one column with an illustration above the title.

Printer: Brereton, P., printer in Dublin

Date printed: 1870

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(19) Little chat [ID: 74896027]

First line reads: Some ladies met some ladies, and a question soon arose. An advertisement for Thomas Elliot, hairdresser in London, in the form of a ballad. In one column.

Printer: Cookes and Lloyd (Firm)

Date printed: 1880