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Sad and wonderful newes from the Faulcon at the Bank-side
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Sad & Wonderful Newes from the Faulcon at the Bank Side being a True and Perfect Relation of the Strange Visions, Ghosts and Apparitions seen in the House & Garden of Mr. Powel. London: George. Author / [Publication date] Title; Smith, Nicholas, d.
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Whereas the pamphlet Sad and Wonderful Newes from the Faulcon at the Bank Side avoids the term "ghost," the broadside ballad on the same haunting, Here is a True and Perfect Relation from the Faulcon at the Banke-side (London: F.
Coles, T. Vere and William Gilbertson, ), unashamedly uses the term. Full text of "Handbook to the popular, poetical, and dramatic literature of Great Britain, from the invention of printing to the restoration" See other formats. the library of anthony wood - Oxford Bibliographical Society download Report Comments.
THE Roman general Paulinus Suetonius, on this news, suddenly marched across the kingdom, from his conquests in North Wales, to London; which, finding himself unequal to defend with his small army, he evacuated to the fury of the enemy, after rein|forcing his troops with all the natives who were fit to serve.
Neither the tears nor prayers of the inhabitants could prevale on Page 7 him to give. IN contrast to these innocent characters, GUY FAUX.
I shall mention that desperate miscreant Guy Faux, or Vauxe, as an inhabitant of this parish. He lived in a large mansion called Faux-hall, and, as Doctor Ducarel imagines, was lord of the manor of the same name.
In foreign parts a colonne infame would have been erected on the spot: but the site is now occupied by Marble-hall, and Cumberland. Plate 1 Here is A True and Perfect Relation from the Faulcon at the Banke-side; of the strange and wonderful aperition of one Mr.
Powel, a baker lately deceased. By permission of the Bodleian Library, University of Oxford. Shelfmark: Wood (). Plate 2 Laying a Ghost. Richard Newton after George Montard Woodward (). This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.