New song call'd William and Jane on the Banks of Clyde
|Summary:||Broadside ballad sheet [replete with several spelling and printing errors] printed by Peter Brereton of Dublin, a ballad-sheet printer who flourished in the second half of the 19th century. During this time he occupied various addresses in Dublin city, among them 1 Lower Exchange St. and 55 and 56 Cooke St., Dublin. The first lines of this broadside ballad are: "Oue [sic, one] fine summers' morning [a]s I went a walking...". Printed at top of sheet is a faint, faded woodcuts featuring a woman in an interior, assaulting another figure, pushing them into furniture with plates falling on the floor. |
|Published / Created:||
P. [Peter] Brereton, Printer, 1 Lr [Lower] Exchange St.,
[n.d., between ca. 1860 and 1880?].
|Notes:||Two copies of this item are held in the Department of Ephemera. |
Physical description: 1 sheet : woodcut, 28.3 x 11 cm..
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