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A remarkable and memorable song of Sir Robert Bewick and the Laird Graham, : giving an account of Laird Graham's meeting with Sir Robert Bewick in the town of Carlisle and they going to a tavern, a dispute happened betwixt them, which of their sons was the best man. How Graham rode home in a passion, and caused his son to fight young Bewick, which proved their deaths.

Format Electronic and Book
Publication Info[Newcastle? s.n., 1750?]
Description1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. (woodcut)
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Series Early English books online. ^A888680
General noteImprint suggested by cataloger.
General noteVerse: "Old Graham he is to Carlisle gone,".
General noteIn this edition "Robert Bewick" and "Graham" in the title are in italic capitals; final line of title begins: "Graham". In four columns with the title and woodcut of two men fighting with swords, a landscape with trees as backdrop.
General noteCopy cut and mounted.
General noteReproduction of original in the British Library.
References Roxburghe ballads Rox.III.624
References Early English books tract supplement interim guide C.20.f.9[624]
References Early English books tract supplement interim guide C.20.f.9[625]
Reproduction noteElectronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1999- (Early English books online) Digital version of: (Early English books; Tract supplement ; A6:1[374])
Genre/formBroadsides England 18th century.
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