English broadside ballad

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  • The Wandering Virgin is an English broadside ballad from the late 17th century.
  • The Wandering Jew is an English broadside ballad dating back to the late 17th century.
  • The Honour of a London Prentice is an English broadside ballad from the late 17th century.
  • The Great Boobee is an English broadside ballad from the 17th century.
  • The Three Worthy Butchers of the North is an English broadside ballad from the 17th century.
  • The Despairing Lover is an English broadside ballad from the late-17th century, written by Edward Ford.
  • A new loyal song, upon King William's Progress into Ireland is an English broadside ballad believed to have been composed roughly around the 1690s.
  • A Pleasant Ballad of Tobias is an English broadside ballad from the late 17th century.
  • A Voyage to Virginia is an English broadside ballad.
  • Packington's Pound is an English Broadside ballad that dates back, roughly, to the last quarter of the 17th century.
  • Ralph and Nell's Ramble to Oxford is an English broadside ballad from the late 18th century.
  • The Low Country Soldier is an English broadside ballad dating back to the late 17th- or early 18th-centuries about a soldier who returns to England as a poor beggar.
  • True Love Requited, or the Bailiff's Daughter of Islington is an English broadside ballad from the 17th century.
  • The Merchants Daughter of Bristow is an English broadside ballad from the 17th century about a young woman who defies her father and follows her lover to Italy where she saves him from religious persecution and execution.
  • This song has also survived as a late seventeenth-century English broadside ballad, and is one of several ballads about the medieval folk hero that form part of the Child ballad collection, which is one of the most comprehensive collections of traditional English ballads.
  • This song has survived as, among other forms, a late 17th-century English broadside ballad, and is one of several ballads about the medieval folk hero that form part of the Child ballad collection, which is one of the most comprehensive collections of traditional English ballads.
  • This song has survived as, among other forms, a late seventeenth-century English broadside ballad, and is one of several ballads about the medieval folk hero that form part of the Child ballad collection, which is one of the most comprehensive collections of traditional English ballads.
  • The Downfall of William Grismond is an English broadside ballad from the 17th century, also known as William Grismond's Downfall.
  • The Success of the Two English Travellers, Newly Arrived in London is an English broadside ballad from the late 17th century about two sailors who suffer abuse over 20 years of travel and return home to England to serve King James.
  • Skeaping is a specialist exponent of the English broadside ballad repertoire and the popular dance tunes to which they were sung, also playing baroque violin, fiddle and rebec.
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