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Slip ballad called 'Tristram Shandy'

Slip ballad 'Tristram Shandy' in 5 verses. At the top is a crude woodcut of a gentleman in period dress and at the bottom is a print of breeches. There is no date. First line : 'Earey [sic] One Summer's Morning.' No known ESTC number.
CCWSH:1422

Mother n----n's Amazement; or, The D-r Trepan'd A New Song. To the Tune of, T'was in the Land of Cyder.

Slip ballad of seven stanzas. Part of the Fountayne Topham dispute [1758 - 1759]. Watermark crowned GR (as CCWSH : 1599). No known ESTC number.
CCWSH:1597

Mother N----n's Amazement: or, The D---r Trepann'd. The Second Part, To the same time

Slip ballad of seven stanzas. Part of the Fountayne Topham dispute [1758 - 1759]. No known ESTC number.
CCWSH:1598

N----n's Confession ; or The Trepann'd D----r's Lamentation

Slip ballad of six stanzas. Part of the Fountayne Topham dispute [1758 - 1759]. Watermark crowned GR (as CCWSH : 1597) Ironically credited at Isaac N[ewto]n. No known ESTC number.
CCWSH:1599

'To the Citizens of York, A New Song. To the Tune of, Twas in the Land of Cyder.'

First line starts: 'I am your Brother Freeman.' No known ESTC number.
CCWSH:1608

'A new Song, call'd B---y's Answer to the Maid's Complaint. To the tune of Kitty Fell'

Single sheet slip ballad. Seven stanzas. First line starts: 'Oh! cease my dearest Maid to grieve'. Mocking Robert Lane. Barely decipherable watermark. No known ESTC number.
CCWSH:1610

'A New Song, To an old Tune. As I was a driving my Waggon one Day.'

Single sheet slip ballad. Nine stanzas. First line starts: 'As I went along Ousegate at Noon t'other Day,'. Beneath the title: 'Mr Wharton, Please to spare no expense to get Votes. Yrs. J. Wiggins'. Re: Example of corruption at York 1758 election. No known ESTC number.
CCWSH:1611

'A New Song, To an old Tune. As I was a driving my Waggon one Day.'

Single sheet slip ballad. Six stanzas. First line starts: 'Arriving at York since th' Eleection was o'er'.. Re: A defence of Wiggins (see CCWSH: 1611) at York 1758 election. No known ESTC number. Footnote relating to CCWSH:1611
CCWSH:1612

'A New Song, to the Tune of Kitty Fell'

Single sheet slip ballad. Five stanzas. First line starts: 'While the gentle Swains, in MyrtleGroves,' with crude woodcut of female to the head. York 1758 election. No known ESTC number.
CCWSH:1613

Aurantia. An Answer to a New Song, To the Tune of Kitty Fell

Single sheet slip ballad. Four stanzas. First line starts: 'Beware, Aurantia, O beware!' York 1758 election. No known ESTC number. Relates to CCWSH: 1613 (within the same protective sleeve)
CCWSH:1614

Stanzas On the Times

Single sheet slip ballad. Three lane ballad supporting Lane's candidature. First line starts: 'When T[hornto]n, by Ambition fir'd!' York 1758 election. York 20th November 1758. No known ESTC number.
CCWSH:1615

The Num-Skull. A New Song. To the Time of, A bonny young Lad is my Jockey.

Single sheet slip ballad. Nine stanzas. First line starts: 'Apollo, fatigu'd with long driving his Team,' Re: York 1758 election, an attack on an unnamed ballad writer. No known ESTC number.
CCWSH:1616

The Progress of Life, and the Play call'd As You Like It

Single sheet slip ballad. 28 lines of Jaques' speech on 'The Seven Ages of Man' follwed by 'A Parody' a 28 lineattack on the bull baiting and other corruption at 1758 election. First line starts: 'All the Town's a song' No known ESTC number.
CCWSH:1617

Part of a Poem, First written in the Beginning of this Century; a little alter'd, and apply's to the present Times.

Single sheet slip ballad. Eight stanzas. First line starts: 'Awful, Hero, T[hor]n[to]n, rise!'. Re: York 1758 election. No known ESTC number.
CCWSH:1618

To William Thornton Esq; on his Glorious Triumph over Persidy and Corruption.

Single sheet slip ballad. First line starts: 'Io! my Brutus, * Heav'n thy Cause has heard'. With two epigraphs from Horus. York, Dec 9th, 1758. Re: York 1758 election. ESTC number: T190957 (1 other copy)
CCWSH:1619

A New Song, Upon the Printing of the Poll-Book, With an Address to the Citizens of York. To the Tune of, The Abbot of Canterbury.

Single sheet slip ballad. Eight stanzas. First line starts: 'A Juncto of late, with a Prig at their Head,' Each stanza ends 'Derry down, &c.' Re: York 1758 election. No known ESTC number.
CCWSH:1620

A New Touch on the Times. A Medley Song, to Six Different Tunes.

Single sheet slip ballad. Twelve stanzas. First line starts: 'Such a Medley of Writing, of Squabbling, and Fighting' Re: York 1758 election. No known ESTC number.
CCWSH:1621

The Bulward and Cudgeller; A Mock-Heroic Poem Occasioned By Reading a Certain Person's Modern Way of celebrating His Majesty's Birth-Day in the City of York

Single sheet slip ballad. Under the title quote by Virgil; 'Arma virumque cano ----' First line starts: 'Arms and the Man I sing, who seeks Renown'. November 17, 1758. Re: York 1758 election. No known ESTC number.
CCWSH:1622