Broadside Ballads: England

Identifier

goldstein_kg74_13

Custom Date

Undated

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Description

A woman finds out her husband cheated on her with the maid.

Subject Headings (Library of Congress)

Man-woman relationships; Love; Marriage; Sex; Children; Sadness; Household employees; Adultery; Pregnancy; Revenge; Love; Popular music -- England -- 19th century;

Relational Format

pamphlet

Original Format

broadsides (notices); songs (documents)

Original Collection

Kenneth Goldstein Collection, Archives and Special Collections, University of Mississippi Libraries

Rights

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Comments

Who having been married for several years, and having no children, great disputes arose between them to know which was in fault; and which has been most cunningly and curiously decided by Susan, their Servant Girl.

A most Laughable and Curious Dialogue, which took place between a Married Couple in this Town.

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