EBBA 37454

British Library - Bagford
 
[The S]econd PART / OF / [Old Mother] Bunch of the West: / [C]ONTAINING / [RARI]TIES never before heard of, / [?] was pleas'd to break open the / [? cl]oset of CURIOSITIES, / [?]olute Advantage of all young / [?]S, who may, as in a Glass, be- / [?]other, while they sleep, only / [?] to the Direction of the Book, / [?] instruct them how to escape bad / [?]d obtain good. / [?]veral that has made Tryal of them. / [?] Fruits of Forty Nine Years / [?]dy by Mother BUNCH, who / [?]ts it to the World, for the be- / [?] the young Men, Maids, and Wi- / [?]
Date Published ?
Author
Standard Tune
Imprint LONDON: / [?] B. Deacon, in Gilt-spur-street.
License [Licens'd an]d Enter'd according to Order.
Collection British Library - Bagford
Pages 2.104 Verso, 2.105 Verso Page Verso
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.40.m.10.(108*.)
ESTC ID
Keyword Categories
    MARC Record
    Additional Information
      Part 1
    Title [The S]econd PART / OF / [Old Mother] Bunch of the West: / [C]ONTAINING / [RARI]TIES never before heard of, / [?] was pleas'd to break open the / [? cl]oset of CURIOSITIES, / [?]olute Advantage of all young / [?]S, who may, as in a Glass, be- / [?]other, while they sleep, only / [?] to the Direction of the Book, / [?] instruct them how to escape bad / [?]d obtain good. / [?]veral that has made Tryal of them. / [?] Fruits of Forty Nine Years / [?]dy by Mother BUNCH, who / [?]ts it to the World, for the be- / [?] the young Men, Maids, and Wi- / [?]
    Tune Imprint
    First Lines NOW against the Day [?] / ther Bunch deck'd up [?]
    Refrain
    Condition
    Ornament
    Notes A fragment, cut in two and pasted onto facing album sheets, of "The Second Part of Old Mother Bunch's Closet." According to the ESTC, it is likely printer's waste.

    Printed on the verso of EBBA 37453, "The Rarest BALLAD that ever was seen, / Of the Blind BEGGAR's DAUGHTER of Bednal-green."

    This item is not a ballad, but is archived in EBBA because it is included in the important Bagford collection of ballads.