Bonneau, Danielle. “On Merrythought’s Singing, with a Glance at Sir Toby” Bulletin de la sociétié d’études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siécles. 41 (1995): 7-26.
A Caveat for Cut-purses. With a warning to all purse-carriers: Shewing the confidence of the first, and the carelessnesse of the last; With necessary admonitions for them both, lest the Hangman get the one, and the Begger take the other. 1647-1665? British Library - Roxburghe 2.46-47. EBBA 30274. English Broadside Ballad Archive, edited by Patricia Fumerton. August 1, 2016.
Chess, Simone. “Shakespeare’s Plays and Broadside Ballads.” Literature Compass. 7/9 (2010): 773-785. doi: 10.1111/j.1741-4113.2010.00743.x.
The complaint and lamentation of Mistresse Arden of Feversham in Kent, who for the loue of one Mosbie, hired certaine Ruffians and Villaines most cruelly to murder her Husband; with the fatall end of her and her Associats. 1610-1638? British Library Roxburghe 3.156-157; EBBA 30458. Patricia Fumerton, ed., EBBA. August 1, 2016.
Crimsal, Richard. Pretty Nannie: OR, A dainty delicate new Ditty, fit for the Contry, Town, or Citty, which shewes how constant she did prove unto her hearts delight and onely Love. 1633-1669. British Library Roxburghe 1.322-323: EBBA 30221. Patricia Fumerton, ed., EBBA. August 1, 2016.
A delicate new Ditty composed upon the Posie of a Ring: being, I fancie none but thee alone: sent as a New-years gift by a Lover to his Sweet-heart. 1601-1640? British Library Roxburghe 1.80-81: EBBA 30055. Patricia Fumerton, ed., EBBA. August 1, 2016.
A delicate new Song, Entituled, Sweet-heart, I loue thee. 1625? Magdalene College Pepys 1.262-263: EBBA 20121. Patricia Fumerton, ed., EBBA. August 1, 2016.
Deloney, Thomas. The Spanish Ladies Love. 1658-1664? University of Glasgow Library Euing 340. EBBA 32028. Patricia Fumerton, ed., EBBA. August 1, 2016.
The doleful Dance, and Song of Death; Intituled, Dance after my Pipe. 1624-1680. Pepys 2.62. EBBA 20686. English Broadside Ballad Archive, edited by Patricia Fumerton. August 1, 2016.
An excellent BALLAD of St. George for England, and the King of Egypt's only Daughter, whom he delivered from Death: And how he slew a monstrous Dragon. British Library Roxburghe 3.620-621. EBBA 31318. Patricia Fumerton, ed., EBBA. August 1, 2016.
Fairholt, Frederick William. Costume in England: A History of Dress from the Earliest Period Until the Close of the Eighteenth Century. vol 3. 2nd ed. London: Chapman and Hall. 1860.
Fumerton, Patricia. “Remembering by Dismembering: Databases, Archiving, and the Recollection of Seventeenth-Century Broadside Ballads,” Ballads and Broadsides in Britain, 1500-1800. Edited by Patricia Fumerton, Anita Guerrini, with the assistance of Kris McAbee. Farnham: Ashgate, 2010. 13-34.
A Godly new Ballad, Intituled, A Douzen of Points. A Donzen of Points, you here may read, Whereon each Christian Soul may feed. 1695. Magdalene College Pepys 2.30: EBBA 20653. Patricia Fumerton, ed., EBBA. August 1, 2016.
Guy, Robert. A warning for all good fellowes to take heede of Punckes inticements. 1615? Magdalene College Pepys 1.288-289: EBBA 20135. English Broadside Ballad Archive, edited by Patricia Fumerton. August 1, 2016.
Heywood, Thomas. A Woman Killed with Kindness. Edited by Brian Scobie. London: New Mermaids, 1985.
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Jonson, Ben. Bartholomew Fair. Edited by E.A. Horseman. Manchester: Manchester UP, 1979.
The Judgment of God shewed upon one John Faustus Doctor in Divinity. Houghton Library EBB65. EBBA 34970. Patricia Fumerton, ed., EBBA. August 1, 2016.
The Lamentable and Tragical History of Titus Andronicus; with the Fall of his 25 Sons, in the Wars of Goths, with the manner of the Ravishment of his Daughter Lavinia by the Empresses two Sons, through the means of a Bloody Moor, taken by the Sword of Titus, in the War; with his Revenge upon their Cruel and Inhumane Act. 1684-1686. Magdalene College Pepys 2.184-185. EBBA 20800. Patricia Fumerton, ed., EBBA. August 1, 2016.
Lindsey, Edwin S. “The Original Music for Beaumont’s Play ‘The Knight of the Burning Pestle.” Studies in Philology. 26.4 (Oct 1929): 425-443. http://www.jstor.org/stable/4172043.
A man cannot lose his money, but he shall be mockt too, OR, Suttle Mals loue to simple Coney, To make him an Asse to spend his money. 1625? Magdalene College Pepys 1.467: EBBA 20219. Patricia Fumerton, ed., EBBA. August 1, 2016.
A most delicate, pleasant, amorous, new Song, made by a Gentleman that enioyes his Loue, shewing the worth and happinesse of Content, and the effects of loue, called, All Louers Ioy. 1625? Magdalene College Pepys 1.254-255. EBBA 20117. Patricia Fumerton, ed., EBBA. August 1, 2016.
Nash, Thomas. Pierce Penniless his Supplication to the Devil. In The Unfortunate Traveller and Other Works, edited by J. B. Steane, 49- 145. London: Penguin, 1972.
Parker, Martin. Houshold Talke, OR; Good Councell for a Married Man. Deliuered in a Prittie Dialogue, By Roger a Batchelor, to Simon, A (Iealous) Married-man. 1623-1629? British Library Roxburghe 1.148-149. EBBA 30094. Patricia Fumerton, ed., EBBA. August 1, 2016.
A rare Example of a vertuous Maid in Paris, Who was by her own Mother procured to be put in Prison, thinknig thereby to compel ker to Popery, but she continued to the end, and finished her life in the Fire. 1674-1679. University of Glasgow Library Euing 292: EBBA 31906. Patricia Fumerton, ed., EBBA. August 1, 2016.
A sweet Sonnet, wherein the Lover exclaimeth against Fortune for the loss of his Ladies Favour, almost past hope to get it again, and in the end receives a comfortable answer, and attains his desire, as may here appear. 1689-1692? National Library of Scotland Crawford 398: EBBA 33202. Patricia Fumerton, ed., EBBA. August 1, 2016.
Watt, Theresa. Cheap Print and Popular Piety 1550-1640. Cambridge: Cambridge, 1991.
Wong, Katrine K. “A Dramaturgical Study of Merrythought’s Songs in The Knight of the Burning Pestle.” Early Theater. 12.2 (2009): 91-116.
Würzbach, Natascha. The Rise of the English Street Ballad, 1550-1650. Translated by Gayna Walls. Cambridge: Cambridge, 1990.