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REMAINS OF THE
Early Popular Poetry of
COLLECTED AND EDITED,
WITH INTRODUCTIONS AND NOTES
BY W. CAREW HAZLITT,
OF THE INNER TEMPLE, BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
SLIGHT delay has occurred in the appearance of these volumes. It was originally
intended to have limited the work to
three; but a discovery was made that the matter would be amply sufficient to admit the addition of a fourth volume.
The Editor is responsible for all the typographical arrangements.
It was the publisher's original plan to have merely reissued in a single volume Mr. Utterson's Select Pieces of Early Popular Poetry, 1817, precisely as they stood. The present Editor has to answer for the extension of the book to its actual proportions.
Kensington, April, 1866.
RIGINAL title-page to John Bon and Mast
Original title-page to The Proude Wyues Pater noster
the Pryde and Abuse of Women Now a Dayes . Original title-page to Pleasant Quippes for Upstart Gen
Original title-page to A Piece of Friar Bacons Brazen-heads
Prophesie Original title-page to The King and a Poore Northerne Man 291 Original title-page to The Birth, Life, Death, Wil, and Epitaph of Jack Puffe Gentleman
313 Original title-page to The Welch Traveller