Author:Joseph Woodfall Ebsworth

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Joseph Woodfall Ebsworth
FSA; literary editor and artist; cleric, vicar of Molash, Kent; Editor of the Ballad Society's publications

This author wrote articles for the Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900.
Articles written by this author are designated in the DNB by the initials "J. W. E."

Joseph Woodfall Ebsworth


  • Karl's legacy (1868)
  • Westminster drolleries, both parts, of 1671, 1672; being a choice collection of songs and poems, sung at court & theatres (1875) [1]
  • Merry drollery compleat, being jovial poems, merry songs, &c. (1875) [2]
  • Choyce drollery: songs and sonnets. Being a collection of divers excellent pieces of poetry, of several eminent authors (1876) [3]
  • The Bagford Ballads: Illustrating the Last Years of the Stuarts (1878)
  • Shakespeare's Midsummer night's dream : the second quarto, 1600 (1880) [4]
  • The Roxburghe Ballads (1885)
  • Cavalier Lyrics: 'for Church and Crown' (1887)
  • The poems and masque of Thomas Carew (1893) [5]
  • Catalogue of the Valuable Library of the Revd. J. Woodfall Ebsworth (1907)

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Works about Ebsworth[edit]

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