Early English Poetry, Ballads and Popular Literature of the Middle Ages: The four knaves ... by Samuel Rowlands. A poem to the memory of William Congreve, by James Thomson. The pleasant conceits of old Hobson, the merry Londoner. [By 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 ed. by E. F. Rimbault (Google eBook)
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