Broadsides & Handbills

Broadsides & Handbills (Total Items 19, Showing: 1 -> 19)

A conversation at a country wake;
BROADSIDE: A CONVERSATION,, A conversation at a country wake; London: printed by A. Applegath ..... and sold by J. Davis; J. and C. Evans; and J. Nisbet. n.d. [ca. 1820 or earlier], Rare as a broadside: no other copy located, although relatively common in various guises as a chapbook.
ID No: 22628
£125.00
A Junto of Farmers, who have grown rich and saucy during the late war,
BROADSIDE: A JUNTO OF FARMERS,, A Junto of Farmers, who have grown rich and saucy during the late war, n.p.*, no printer. December 29, 1814, Untraced, ephemeral and presumably pretty rare.
ID No: 26645
£150.00
A very alarming crisis!! This nation is in danger of ruin. God save it.
BROADSIDE,, A very alarming crisis!! This nation is in danger of ruin. God save it. [London], Bennett, printer, Union Buildings, Leather Lane, n.d. [ca. 186-?], Almost certainly rare: not in NSTC nor COPAC.
ID No: 15967
£95.00
An independent tribute to the memory of The Right Hon. William Pitt.
BROADSIDE, FITZGERALD, William, Thomas,, An independent tribute to the memory of The Right Hon. William Pitt. London: printed by J. Nichols, and published by Edward Orme. [1806], Ephemeral and rare.
ID No: 22618
£275.00
Castle Combe Association for the Prevention of Robberies and Thefts, and for the Protection of Persons and Property.
BROADSIDE: CASTLE COMBE ASSOCIATION,, Castle Combe Association for the Prevention of Robberies and Thefts, and for the Protection of Persons and Property. Calne, Baily, printer, n.d. [paper watermarked '1808'], Almost certainly rare. Not found in COPAC.
ID No: 21095
£250.00
Commune concilium tent vicesimo septimo die Iulii, 1648.
CITY OF LONDON: COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL,, Commune concilium tent vicesimo septimo die Iulii, 1648. Dated at Guildhall London, the 31th of July, 1648, Steele I, 2783. Thomason 669.f.12 [94]. Wing L2852B. Probably rare: ESTC locating copies only at BL + NLS + TCD + Harvard.
ID No: 26629
£1250.00
Curious love letter suitable to all circumstances and occasions,
BROADSIDE: CURIOUS LOVE LETTER,, Curious love letter suitable to all circumstances and occasions, [London] printed and sold by J. Pitts*, 14 Great St. Andrew Street, seven dials, n.d. [ca. 1802-1819], Apparently of great rarity: no other copy located.
ID No: 25710
£275.00
Die Mercurii, 2 Octobr. 1650.
BROADSIDE: COMMONWEALTH PARLIAMENT,, Die Mercurii, 2 Octobr. 1650. London, printed by Edward Husband and John Field, printers to the Parliament, 1650, Steele (Bibl. Lindesiana) 2914. Wing E.2274. Thomason 669.f.15.
ID No: 25254
£250.00
Omnium gatherum:
BROADSIDE: OMNIUM GATHERUM,, Omnium gatherum: n.p. [York?], n.d. [1780]
ID No: 23821
£175.00
On chusing good husbands and wives.
ANDERSON, Edward,, On chusing good husbands and wives. Newcastle: printed for Edw. Anderson, the author, by J. Marshall. n.d. [ca. 1825-30]
ID No: 25753
£275.00
Real and severe affliction.
BROADSIDE: REAL & SEVERE AFFLICTION,, Real and severe affliction. [London] printed by W. Mitchell, 138, St. Martin's Lane. n.d. [ca. 182-: paper watermarked "1822"], Probably very rare (not recorded by COPAC and not in BL on-line).
ID No: 25645
£150.00
Report of the Select Committee, appointed at a public meeting of the inhabitants of Woodbridge,
BROADSIDE: REPORT,, Report of the Select Committee, appointed at a public meeting of the inhabitants of Woodbridge, [Woodbridge], J. Loder, printer and bookseller. [1827], Ephemeral and probably rare, although the BL has a copy.
ID No: 24171
£100.00
Rolling carts & waggons for amendment & preservation of roads
BROADSIDE, SHARP, James, Rolling carts & waggons for amendment & preservation of roads [London, 1772], Rare. One of several versions of Sharp's advertisement issued both in broadside and in leaflet form in 1772/1773. See particularly Higgs 5809: Goldsmiths 10926, 10927, and 11058: and Kress 6978.
ID No: 22652
£250.00
Rules and regulations for the allotment gardens in the township of Alnmouth,
BROADSIDE: ALNMOUTH ALLOTMENT GARDENS,, Rules and regulations for the allotment gardens in the township of Alnmouth, Alnmouth, 2nd February, 1853
ID No: 23407
£150.00
Scarborough, June 8, 1790. At a meeting of the dealers in hats and gloves,
BROADSIDE,, Scarborough, June 8, 1790. At a meeting of the dealers in hats and gloves, Scarborough, no printer, 1790
ID No: 19198
£450.00
The Yellow Fever. A new song, to the tune of
BROADSIDE: THE YELLOW FEVER,, The Yellow Fever. A new song, to the tune of "Derry Down". Ipswich, Jackson, printer. n.d. [1835?]
ID No: 25209
£100.00
To the editor of the Cheltenham Free Press and Gloucestershire Herald.
BROADSIDE, PHILLIPPS, Thomas, To the editor of the Cheltenham Free Press and Gloucestershire Herald. [Middle Hill: Middle Hill Press, between 1863 and 1872?], Holzenberg 441. Kraus 239(1). Sotheby 152(2).
ID No: 21676
£50.00
To the manufacturers at present in distress for want of employment.
TO THE MANUFACTURERS,, To the manufacturers at present in distress for want of employment. London, May 9, 1826
ID No: 26928
£150.00
Treat for England.
BROADSIDE: TREAT FOR ENGLAND,, Treat for England. [London] J. Paul & Co., printers, 2 & 3, Monmouth Court, Seven Dials. Sold also by Watts, Snow-hill, Birmingham. n.d. [1840 or 1841]
ID No: 25259
£75.00