EBBA ID: 33136

National Library of Scotland - Crawford 186
 
The Tragical Ballad: / OR, THE / Nobleman's CRULTY to his SON. / In Four Parts, viz / Shewing how a young Esquire fell fn Love with his Mother's Waiting Gentle- / woman. / 2. How they were privately Married, and she proving with Child, was turned out of / Doors by his Parents. / 3. The Cruelty of his Parents, when they knew that he was Married to her. / 4. How they contrived to send him to Cadiz, where he had his Head shot off by / a Cannon Ball; and how his Ghost appeared to his Parents.
Date Published 1750?
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Imprint Priuted for J Hinson at the Sun and Bible in Guiltspur-street
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Collection National Library of Scotland - Crawford
Location National Library of Scotland
Shelfmark Crawford.EB.186
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Title The Tragical Ballad: / OR, THE / Nobleman's CRULTY to his SON. / In Four Parts, viz / Shewing how a young Esquire fell fn Love with his Mother's Waiting Gentle- / woman. / 2. How they were privately Married, and she proving with Child, was turned out of / Doors by his Parents. / 3. The Cruelty of his Parents, when they knew that he was Married to her. / 4. How they contrived to send him to Cadiz, where he had his Head shot off by / a Cannon Ball; and how his Ghost appeared to his Parents.
Tune Imprint Tune of, The Loyal Forrester.
First Lines BOth Parents and Lovers I pray now attend, / Unto the Relation which I have here penn'd,
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