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Early English poetry, ballads and popular literature of the middle ages.

Author: Percy Society.
Publisher: London : Printed for the Percy Society by C. Richards, 1840-1952.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Percy Society.
OCLC Number: 1049500904
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Description: 30 volumes in 27 : illustrations, facsimiles ; 20 cm
Contents: Vol. 1. Old ballads, from early printed copies of the utmost rarity / edited by J.P. Collier. A collection of songs and ballads relative to the London prentices and trades; and to the affairs of London generally / edited by C. Mackay. The historical songs of Ireland : illustrative of the revolutionary struggle between James II and William III / edited by T.C. Croker. The pain and sorrow of evil marriage. The king and a poor northern man; or, Too good to be true / Martin Parker --
v. 2. A selection from the minor poems of Dan John Lydgate. The early naval ballads of England / collected and edited by J.O. Halliwell. A search for money, or, The lamentable complaint for the loss of the wandering knight, Monsieur l'Argent / William Rowley. The mad pranks and merry jests of Robin Goodfellow --
v. 3. Political ballads published in England during the commonwealth / edited by T. Wright. Strange histories : consisting of ballads and other poems principally by Thomas Deloney. A marriage triumph, on the nuptials of the Prince Palatine, and the Princess Elizabeth, daughter of James I / Thomas Heywood. The history of patient Grisel --
v. 4 Specimens of lyric poetry, composed in England in the reign of Edward the First / edited by T. Wright. The boke of curtasye / edited by J.O. Halliwell. Specimens of old Christmas carols / edited by T. Wright. The nursery rhymes of England, collected principally from oral tradition / edited by J.O. Halliwell --
v. 5. Kind-heart's dream / Henry Chettle. A knight's conjuring / Thomas Dekker. The meeting of gallants at an ordinarie / edited by J.O. Halliwell. The two angry women of Abington / Henry Porter --
v. 6. Ancient poetical tracts of the sixteenth century / edited by E.F. Rimbault. Cock Lorell's bote / edited by E.F. Rimbault. The crown garland of roses / Richard Johnson. pt. 1. Follie's anatomie / Henry Hutton. Poems / Sir Henry Wotton --
v. 7. The harmony of birds. A paraphrase on the seven penitential Psalms, in English verse / supposed to have been written by Thomas Brampton. The harmony of the church / Michael Drayton. Jack of Dover, his quest of inquirie. A Kerry pastoral in imitation of the first ecloque of Virgil / by Murroghoh O'Connor, [pseud.] --
v. 8. A selection of Latin stories, from manuscripts of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries / edited by T. Wright. A dialogue concerning witches & witchcrafts / George Gifford --
v. 9. The four knaves / Samuel Rowlands. A poem to the memory of William Congreve / James Thomson. The pleasant conceits of old Hobson, the merry Londoner / Richard Johnson. Maroccus extaticus, or, Bankes' bay horse in a trance. Old ballads illustrating the great frost of 1683-4 and the fair on the river Thames / collected and edited by E.F. Rimbault --
v. 10. Lord mayor's pageants / F.W. Fairholt --
v. 11. The owl and the nightingale. Thirteen psalms and the first chapter of Ecclesiastes / translated into English verse by John Croke. An historiall expostulation: against the beastlye abusers, both of chyrurgerie and physyke, in oure tyme / John Halle. The honestie of this age / Barnaby Rich --
v. 12. The history of Reynard the fox, from the edition printed by Caxton in 1481 --
v. 13. The keen of the south of Ireland / collected and edited by T.C. Croker. Six ballads, with burdens, from ms. no. CLXVIII, in the library of the Corpus Christi college, Cambridge / edited by J. Goodwin --
v. 14. The poems of John Audelay. St. Brandan: a medieval legend of the sea. The romance of the Emperor Octavian --
v. 15. Friar Bakon's prophesie ... / [William Terilo, pseud.] Poetical miscellanies from a manuscript collection of the time of James I / ed. by J.O. Halliwell. The crown garland of golden roses ... / Richard Johnson. pt. 2. --
v. 16. The seven sages. The romance of Syr Tyramoure --
v. 17. Scottish traditional versions of ancient ballads / ed. by J.H Dixon. Ancient poems, ballads, and songs of the peasantry of England ... / collected and ed. by J.H. Dixon --
v. 18. The pastime of pleasure ... / Stephen Hawes --
v. 19. The civic garland ... / ed. ... by F.W. Fairholt. The life and martyrdom of Thomas Beket .. from the series of lives and legends now proved to have been composed by Robert of Gloucester --
v. 20. The affectionate shepherd / Richard Barnfield. A dialogue on wit and folly / John Heywood. A collection of proverbs and popular sayings relating to the seasons, the weather, and agricultural pursuits ... / M.A. Denham. The most pleasant song of Lady Bessy / [Humphrey Brereton] --
v. 21. Popular songs, illustrative of the French invasions of Ireland ... / ed. by T.C. Croker --
v. 22. The cytezen and uplondyshman ... / Alexander Barclay. The interlude of the four elements. The interlude of the disobedient child / Thomas Ingelend. Autobiography of Mary countess of Warwick. Westward for smelts --
v. 23. Songs and carols ... of the fifteenth century / ed. by T. Wright. Festive songs, principally of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries / with an introduction by W. Sandys. Descriptive notices of popular English histories / J.O. Halliwell --
v. 24-26. The Canterbury tales of Geoffrey Chaucer --
v. 27. Believe as you list ... / Philip Massinger. Satirical songs and poems on costume: from the 13th to the 19th century / ed. by F.W. Fairholt --
v. 28. An Anglo-Saxon passion of St. George / [Aelfric]. A poem on the times of Edward II. The religious poems of William de Shoreham. The interlude of the trail of treasure --
v. 29. Notices of fugitive tracts, and chapbooks ... / J.O. Halliwell. The man in the moone. A manifest detection of the most vyle and detestable use of dice play / [Gilbert Walker]. The loyal garland: a collection of songs of the seventeenth century. Poems and songs relating to George Villiers, duke of Buckingham; and his assassination by John Felton, August 23, 1628 / ed. ... by F.W. Fairholt --
v. 30. The garland of good-will by Thomas Deloney. Britannia's pastorals: a third book / [William Browne]. The enterlude of John Bon & Mast Person / [Luke Shepherd].

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