|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2123.2:66-67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
An unhappy memorable song of the hunting on Chevy Chace: between the Earl Piercy of England and Earl Douglas of Scotiand [sic]. To the tune, of Flying fame. Publisher. A Memorable song made vpon the vnhappy hunting in Chevy Chase between the Earle Pea[rcy] of England and the Earle Douglas of Scotland: to the tune of Flying fame. Publisher: [London]: [publisher not identified], [approximately ]. A Memorable Song on the unhappy hunting in Chevy-Chase, between Earl Piercy of England, and Earl Dowglas of Scotland. Tune of, Flying Fame. Leslie Shepard, _John Pitts, Ballad Printer of Seven Dials, London _, Private Library Association, , p. , "The UNHAPPY MEMORABLE SONG of the HUNTING OF Chevy Chase" (reprint of a Howard and Evans broadside).
A Memorable song on the unhappy hunting in Chevy-Chase, betweene Earle Piercy of England and Earle Dowglas of Scotland to the tune of Flying fame. An Unhappy Memorable SONG of the Hunting in / CHEVY-CHASE, between Earl PIERCY of England, / and Earl DOWGLAS of Scotland. To the Tune of, Flying Fame, &c. View: Citation • Recording British Library - Bagford • A new copy of verses, called The Unhappy pair of Gloucester. The excellent old ballad of Chevy Chace. An unhappy memorable song of the hunting in Chevy-Chase, between Earl Piercy of England, and Earl Dowglas of Scotland. The new Chevy chase. The Catcher in the Rye, novel by J.D. Salinger (). Its teenage protagonist, Holden Caulfield, recounts a few days in his life, showcasing his confusion and disillusionment. Holden desperately searches for truth among the ‘phonies,’ which causes him to become increasingly unstable emotionally.
THE BALLAD OF CHEVY CHASE This famous ballad probably originated in the early 15th century. Carried through in oral tradition, however, it underwent many corruptions and alterations before it was first printed in Percy's Reliques () in two distinctly different versions. A memorable song on the lamentable, bloody and unhappy hunting at Chevy-Chace. Between Earl Douglas of Scotland and Piercy of England. (woodcuts)"An unhappy, but memorable song of the hunting on Chevy-Chase, between Earl Piercy of England, and Earl Dowglas of Scotland. To the Tune of Flying Fame, &c." has caption title on verse from B3v to ures: A-C⁴.With final advertisement uction of the original in the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library. Chevy Chase or The Hunting of the Cheviot (Child No. ) Kathleen Danson Read Spoken Literature of Early English Ballads: Read by Kathleen Danson Read ℗ Smithsonian Folkways Recordings.