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What man would be without a woman [and] Loss of the Governor Fenner
What man would be without a woman [and] Loss of the Governor Fenner
TitleWhat man would be without a woman [and] Loss of the Governor Fenner
First lineThough much is said and sung about a woman's tongue...; You tender hearted Christians come listen unto me...
PrinterHarkness, J. (Preston)
Place of PrintingPreston, England
Date[1840-1866]
Full ImprintJ. Harkness, Printer, 121, Church Street, Preston
KeywordWomen
Shipwreck
Emigration
New York (N.Y.)
Liverpool (England)
Subject.LCBallads, English--19th Century--Specimens
Broadsides--Great Britain--19 Century--Specimens
DescriptionTwo ballads on sheet, illustrated
NotesBetween 1840 and 1866
Folder NumberFolder 08
Categoryprinted by Harkness of Preston
Resource TypeBroadside
TypeText
FormatImage/jpeg
SourcePrint original in the Lubrano collection of broadside ballads, acquired from the firm of J.& J. Lubrano Music Antiquarians, and held in the Archives and Special Collections Division, Memorial University Libraries
Languageeng
IdentifierLBBC-00569
CollectionThe Lubrano Collection of Broadside Ballads
Repository of OriginalMemorial University of Newfoundland. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections
AcknowledgementsDescriptive details courtesy of the Bodleian Library Broadside Ballads Collection
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