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Street Ballad: Copy of Verses on the Trial, and Confession of Frederick Prentice for the Murder of Emma Coppins, at Queenborough, Kent, on January 11th, 1859

Special Collections and Archives

Street Ballad: Copy of Verses on the Trial, and Confession of Frederick Prentice for the Murder of Emma Coppins, at Queenborough, Kent, on January 11th, 1859

Publisher Taylor, Printer, 93, Brick Lane, Whitechapel
Time Period 19th century
Place England
Description Victorian street ballad titled "Copy of Verses on the Trial, and Confession of Frederick Prentice for the Murder of Emma Coppins, at Queenborough, Kent, on January 11th, 1859." See also the street ballad titled "The Dreadful Murder of Emma Coppins, aged 16, at Queenborough, Kent."
General Subject Area Crime
Literature-Poetry
Music
Printing and Publishing
Extent 1 page
Institution Kent State University
Repository Special Collections and Archives
Collection Borowitz Collection
Finding aid title Finding Aid for the Street Ballads of Victorian England collection
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