The Universal songster,
or, Museum of mirth: forming the most complete, extensive, and valuable collection of ancient and modern songs in the English language: with a copious and classified index ... /
Embellished with a ... frontispiece and twenty-nine wood-cuts designed by George and Robert Cruikshank, and engraved by J. R. Marshall.
|Related Names:||Cruikshank, Robert 1789-1856, illus., Cruikshank, George 1792-1878, illus.|
London : G. Routledge and sons, 
Folk songs, English.
Without music; tunes indicated by title.
Apparently a reissue of the edition published by Jones in 1828. Frontispiece of v. 2 in 2d copy dated 1826; of v. 3 in 1st copy, 1827. (Frontispieces of v. 2 in 1st copy and v. 3 in 2d copy want dates, probably because of trimming)
Each volume contains a frontispiece, etched on steel, and 28 wood-cuts.
Added title-pages, engraved.
3 v. :
fronts., illus. ;
22 1/2 cm
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