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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Created For = AMS Use for: Broadside ballads

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Broadside entitled "To Jenny Lind: A New Song Suited to the Times", September 1847

Identifier: Coll-1848/23-0187
Scope and Contents

This is an apparently unrecorded mid-19th-century broadside ballad celebrating the talents of Swedish opera singer Jenny Lind (1820-1887). A contemporary manuscript note indicates that the broadside was published in Perth in September 1847.

Dates: Publication: September 1847

Sermon as component of A proclamation for a public thanksgiving, 1814

Identifier: Coll-1463
Scope and Contents

Folio. Broadside. Uncut, with some loss to edges. Folded, with some marking and marginal tears. Inscribed at head in 19th century hand, 'Thanksgiving Peace 1814 July' and at foot 'Public worship on Thursday will begin at the usual hour...'.

On verso, the broadside bears a lengthy manuscript copy of a contemporary sermon on 'the great and public blessing of peace' beginning with the 126th Psalm and occupying the entire verso in four columns.

Dates: 1814

Small broadside - an ordinance of the Baillies in Edinburgh

Identifier: Coll-1107
Scope and Contents

This broadside is addressed toEdinburghand is dated 29 November 1720. The name Jo. Wightman, Baillie, J.P. appears at the bottom of the ordinance. There is a woodcut initial at the beginning of the text.

Dates: 1720