2 edition of Blanket-fair, or, The history of Temple Street found in the catalog.
Blanket-fair, or, The history of Temple Street
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 758:13|
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|Pagination||1 sheet (2 columns)|
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In another ballad, printed and sold on the ice about this time, entitled "Blanket Fair, or History of Temple Street, being a Relation of the Merry Pranks played on the River Thames during the Great Frost," we read— "I'll tell you a story as true as 'tis rare, Of a river turn'd into a Bartlemy Fair.
Since old Christmas last. main attraction was the Frost Fair (or 'Blanket Fair' - so called because the booths were constructed from poles and blankets), and in particular 'Temple Street', a row of booths which stretched from Temple Stairs on the north bank to the old Barge House in Southwark on the south.
As might be expected, prominent among the booths. " Blanket Fair, or the History of Temple Street. Being a relation of the merry pranks plaid on the river Thames during the great Frost." " Come, listen awhile, though the. An extract from Blanket-Fair, or the History of Temple Street, Being a relation of the merry Pranks plaid on the River Thames during the Great Frost.
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Volumes - Wit and mirth, or, Pills to purge melancholy; Description: Being a collection of the best merry ballads and songs, old and new. Fitted to all humours, having each their proper tune for either voice, or instrument: most of the songs being new set. 6 volumes.
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The essays in our published pages span the field, including scholarship about new media and. The Frost Fair in / During the Great Winter of / 84, where even the seas of southern Britain were frozen solid for up to two miles from shore, the most famous frost fair was held: The Blanket Fair.
The famous English writer and diariest John Evelyn described it in extensive detail, writing: Coaches plied from Westminster to the. Page History Page Information Resolved comments View in Hierarchy View Source Export to PDF Up the wooden hill to Blanket Fair. Up the wooden hill to Blanket Fair, What shall we have when we get there.
A bucket full of water, And a pennyworth of hay, Gee up, Dobbin, all the way. — Blanket- Fair ; or, the Hiftory of Temple Street. Being a Relation of the merry Pranks plaid on the River Thames during the great Froft.
To the tune of Packington's Pound. Full text of "Famous Frosts and Frost Fairs in Great Britain: Chronicled from the Earliest to the Present Time" See other formats Google This is a digital copy of a book lhal w;ls preserved for general ions on library shelves before il was carefully scanned by Google as pari of a project to make the world's books discoverable online.
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There was also a street of booths built from the Temple to Southwark, where were sold all sorts of goods imaginable, namely, cloaths, plate, earthenware, meat, drink, brandy, tobacco, and a hundred sorts of other commodities not here inserted: it being the wonder of this present age, and a great consternation to all the spectators.
Blanket Fair, or the History of Temple Street A Broadside Ballad commemorating London’s “Great Frost” of Sybelle “Sybelle”: an English form derived from an aria in Lully’s opera Atys.
A whole street of booths, contiguous to each other, was built from the Temple Stairs to the barge-house in Southwark, which were inhabited by traders of all sorts, which usually frequent fairs and markets, as those who deal in earthenwares, brass, copper, tin, and iron, toys and trifles; and besides these, printers, bakers, cooks, butchers.
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Today in London’s festive history: the eve of St, Bartholomew, traditional date for the opening of Bartholomew Fair Posted on August 24 by mudlark Bartholomew Fair, was the most prominent and infamous London fair for centuries; and one of the most important in the country.
The most successful of all the speculations seems to have been a printing-press which was set up in a booth about the middle of Temple-street, on the west side. Multitudes flocked to this booth either to buy ballads about the frost, which the pressmen were constantly occupied in throwing off, or to get their names printed on a little card, as a.
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Thames Street, &c.” (John Stow) Festivals like St John’s were often times where a release of energy was allowed, where the ties of social control were deliberately let loose, so as to provide a safety valve, a letting off of steam, which helped to ensure a reduction in trouble and rebellion the rest of the.