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y separately published work icon A New Flash Song, Made on the Noted George Barrington single work   poetry   "Come all you blades of England I prithee draw near,"
Issue Details: First known date: 1790... 1790 A New Flash Song, Made on the Noted George Barrington
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Notes

  • Title continues: 'who was tried and found Guilty, at the last Sessions at the Old Bailey, for assaulting and robbing Mr Henry Hare Townshend, on September the first, of his Gold Watch, three Gold Seals, and a Gold Chain, on Enfield Race Course.
  • Partially written using 'flash' words, imitating the underworld slang of late eighteenth century London.

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