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An Excellent new ballad, on the modesty of the bankers of Dublin, who are content to loose three hal[j]pence, and let the rest of the kingdom loose no more than Two Shillings and Six Pence in every Four Pound piece, by the late reduction of the coin. [electronic resource] : To the tune of the Abbot of Canterbury.

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74VKDwpE4343

An Excellent new ballad, on the modesty of the bankers of Dublin, who are content to loose three hal[j]pence, and let the rest of the kingdom loose no more than Two Shillings and Six Pence in every Four Pound piece, by the late reduction of the coin. [electronic resource] : To the tune of the Abbot of Canterbury.

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An Excellent new ballad, on the modesty of the bankers of Dublin, who are content to loose three hal[j]pence, and let the rest of the kingdom loose no more than Two Shillings and Six Pence in every Four Pound piece, by the late reduction of the coin. [electronic resource] : To the tune of the Abbot of Canterbury.

Full title

An Excellent new ballad, on the modesty of the bankers of Dublin, who are content to loose three hal[j]pence, and let the rest of the kingdom loose no more than Two Shillings and Six Pence in every Four Pound piece, by the late reduction of the coin. [electronic resource] : To the tune of the Abbot of Canterbury.

Publisher

[Dublin] : Printed by James Carson; in Coghill's-court, Dame-street, [1737]

Date

[1737]

Record Identifier

74VKDwpE4343

Language

English

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Contents

1 sheet ; 1/2°.

Publication information

Publisher

[Dublin] : Printed by James Carson; in Coghill's-court, Dame-street, [1737]

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Available for use in the Library. Available from home to registered NSW residents.

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An Excellent new ballad, on the modesty of the bankers of Dublin, who are content to loose three hal[j]pence, and let the rest of the kingdom loose no more than Two Shillings and Six Pence in every Four Pound piece, by the late reduction of the coin. [electronic resource] : To the tune of the Abbot of Canterbury.

AUTHORS, ARTISTS AND CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES

General note

"With Irish assurance let England no longer,".

Reproduction of original from University of London's Goldsmiths' Library.

Citation / References Note

ESTC T202973.

Foxon, E554.

Additional physical form availability note

Also available in microfilm held offsite at RAV/FM4/51.

Reproduction note

Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.

Date Published

[1737]

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74VKDwpE4343

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