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|Named Person:||John Bull; James Wolfe|
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|Notes:||Poem and song.
Death of General Wolfe, first line: Come all you young men all, let nothing fright you.
John Bull's description of a church, attributed to John Collins in Philbrick, Thomas L. "British authorship of ballads in the Isaiah Thomas collection," Studies in bibliography, papers of the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, v. 9, 1957, p. 255-258; first line: John Bull was a bumpkin born and bred.
American Antiquarian Society copy bound in the Isaiah Thomas collection of broadside ballads, v. I, no. 74, "purchased from a ballad printer and seller in Boston" and presented to the society in August 1814. Most, if not all, of these issues were published after 1810, cf. Ford, W.C. The Isaiah Thomas collection of ballads, 1924.
Text in two columns; printed area measures 25.2 x 17.9 cm.
Not in Shaw & Shoemaker.
Not in Ford, W.C. Broadsides.
|Description:||1 sheet ( p.) : ill. (relief cut) ; 29 x 22 cm.|
|Other Titles:||Come all you young men all, let nothing fright you.
John Bull was a bumpkin born and bred.