The Norfolk garland: a collection of the superstitious beliefs and practices, proverbs, curious customs, ballads and songs, of the people of Norfolk, as well as anecdotes illustrative of the genius or peculiarities of Norfolk celebrities
John Glyde (jr.), John Glyde
Jarrold and sons, 1872 - Ballads, English - 405 pages
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