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' Miscellaneous ' contains the following 23 items:

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E-l of G-d-n to D-ct-r G-th, upon the loss of Miss Dingle [ID: 86313502]

" ... in return to the D-ct-r's consolatory verses to him, upon the loss of his rod". First line reads: Thou who the pangs of my embitter'd rage. In one column.

Date printed: 1711

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Royal courtly garland; or, Joy after sorrow [ID: 86768864]

First line reads: PART I./A tragical story I have to relate. In four columns in two sheets. In six parts. The sheet has been split and mounted as two sheets.

Printer: Marshall, Richard, printer

Date printed: 1750

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(1) Noble Duke and the parish of Chiswick [ID: 74892100]

The noble Duke and the parish of Chiswick - first line reads: Come all you Chiswick heroes. The drapper of Kensal new town - first line reads: The drapper was a funny man.

Date printed: 1850

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(2) New song on the electric light [ID: 74892421]

First line reads: Come friends draw near, and you shall/ hear. In two columns.

Date printed: 1880

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(3) Kentish fire [ID: 74892841]

First line reads: A dark cloud rose across the snows and along the river stole. In one column with an illustration above the title.

Date printed: 1870

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(4) Shabby looking nose [ID: 74894131]

First line reads: Kind friends pray give attention. In one column with an illustration above the title. In prose and verse.

Printer: Brereton, P., printer in Dublin

Date printed: 1870

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(5) Shabby-looking nose [ID: 74894134]

First line reads: Kind friends pray give attention. Air: Uncle Sam. In one column. In prose and verse.

Date printed: 1870

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(6) Owl [ID: 74895331]

First line reads: Now run away amang the snobs. Tune: X, Y, Z. In one column. Signed at foot: Skipper Whipstaff, poet laureat of Gotham.

Date printed: 1820

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(7) Winter piece [ID: 74895370]

First line reads: Now winter is come with a cold chilly breath. In one column with a woodcut above the title.

Printer: Pitts, John, 1765-1844

Probable date printed: 1820-1844

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(8) Spotted cow [ID: 74895469]

First line reads: One morning in the month of May. In one column with a woodcut above the title.

Printer: Pitts, John, 1765-1844

Probable date printed: 1820-1844

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(9) Barry his four geese & washing tub [ID: 74896102]

Dated at foot of sheet in pencil '1847' . First line reads: Such funny games upon the Thames. In two columns with an illustration beneath the title.

Printer: Paul and Co.

Date printed: 1847

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(10) Naughty P---, damages 3,000l [ID: 74896219]

Two ballads. The naughty P---, damages 3,000l - first line reads: There did reside in London. You Hemel Hempstead ladies beware! - first line reads: As through Hertfordshire I bent my way. In two columns.

Author: Morgan, John

Date printed: 1845

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(11) Old man! You'll burst your boiler [ID: 74896252]

Dated at foot of sheet in pencil '1842'. First line reads: There is something new starts every day. In two columns with an illustration above the first.

Printer: Birt, Thomas, fl. 1824-1841

Date printed: 1842

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(12) St Pancras prigging overseers [ID: 74896306]

Dated at foot of sheet in pencil '1840'. First line reads: There was a naughty man. In two columns with a woodcut above the first.

Date printed: 1840

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(14) I could tell it, if I felt it, in the dark [ID: 74896408]

First line reads: The thousand varied things, a comic singer/ sings. In one column with an illustration above the title.

Date printed: 1860

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(16) Fairy fowk's rade [ID: 74896555]

First line reads: Twas aye the night afore Rood-mas. In one column with a woodcut above the title. Printed before imprint: Ballad by Alice Sargent, picture by C. M. Gere. Printed after imprint: Price, sixpence nett.

Illustrator: Gere, Charles M. (Charles March), 1869-1957

Author: Sargent, Alice

Date printed: 1896

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(17) Westminster is full of wigs [ID: 74896789]

First line reads: Westminster is full of wigs. In one column with a woodcut above the title.

Printer: Pitts, John, 1765-1844

Probable date printed: 1820-1844

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(18) Moses number'd men [ID: 74896999]

First line reads: When Moses number'd all his men and/ sat them down to work. In one column.

Printer: Pitts, John, 1765-1844

Probable date printed: 1820-1844

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(19) Wish [ID: 74897050]

First line reads: When the trees are all bare, not a leaf to be/ seen. In one column with a woodcut above the title.

Printer: Jennings, J., printer in Fleet Street, London

Probable date printed: 1802-1809

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(20) Things I do like to see [ID: 74897086]

Two ballads. Things I do like to see - first line reads: Wherever I wander, wherever I roam. Cachuca - first line reads: Now to the castinet merrily sounding. In two columns with an illustration above the first.

Printer: Harkness, John, b. 1814

Date printed: 1840

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(21) Deliverers' New Year's address to the readers of The North British Advertiser [ID: 74897098]

First line reads: While many a Journal spreads through every clime. An address, in verse, presented by the deliverers of the North British Advertiser to their readers. In one column. Printed at the foot of the sheet: Edinburgh, December 1831.

Publisher: J. & J. Gray

Date printed: 1831

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(22) Merry piper [ID: 74897212]

First line reads: With the sun I rise at morn. In one column with a woodcut above the title.

Printer: Pitts, John, 1765-1844

Probable date printed: 1820-1844

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(23) Friendship out of fashion [ID: 74897233]

First line reads: The world, my dear Mira, is full of/ deceit. In one column with a coat of arms above the title.

Printer: Jennings, J., printer in Fleet Street, London

Probable date printed: 1802-1809