|Author:||Robins, Thomas, fl. 1672-1685.|
|Title:||Robin H[oods] garlan[d.] Containing his merry exploits, and the several fights which he, Little John, and Will. Scarlet had, upon several occasions. Some of them never before printed. Entred according to order.|
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Robin H[oods] garlan[d.] Containing his merry exploits, and the several fights which he, Little John, and Will. Scarlet had, upon several occasions. Some of them never before printed. Entred according to order.
Robins, Thomas, fl. 1672-1685.
[London]: Printed for F. Coles, T. [Vere, & J. Wright, 1670-1680?]
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Title page woodcut.
Contents on verso of title page.
Imperfect: pages stained and torn with print show-through; title page torn and cropped, with loss of text and imprint; imprint information supplied by Wing.
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Robin Hood (Legendary character) -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800.
ROBIN HOOD'S Garland.
Robin Hood's Progress to Nottingham, where he slew Fifteen Forresters.
Robin Hood newly Revived: Or, His Meeting and Fighting with his Cousin Scarlet.
Robin Hood and the jolly Pinder of Wake-field, shewing how he fought with Robin Hood, Scarlet, and John, a long Summers day.
Robin Hood and the Bishop Shewing how Robin Hood went to an Old Womans house, and changed Cloaths with her to scape from the Bishop, and how he rob'd the Bishop of all his Gold, and made him sing a Mass.
Robin Hood and the Butcher. Shewing how he robbed the Sherriff of Not∣tingham.
Robin Hood his rescuing Will Stutly from the Sheriff and his Men, who had taken him Prisoner, and were going to hang him.
Robin Hood and the Begger. Shewing how Robin Hood and the Begger fought: and how he changed cloaths with the Begger; and how he went a begging to Nottingham: and how he saved three bre∣thren from hanging for stealing of Deer.
Renowned Robin Hood: Or, His Famous Archery truly related, with the Worthy Exploits he acted before Queen Katherine, he being an Out-law-Man, and how she for the same obtained of the King his own, and his fellows pardon.
Robin Hood and the Tanner: Or, Robin Hood met with his match. A merry and pleasant Song, relating the gal∣lant and fierce Combate fought between Arthur Bland a Tanner of Nottingham, and Robin Hood the greatest and most no∣blest Archer of England.
The famous Battel between Robin Hood and the Curtal Fryer, neer Fountain Dale.
The Noble Fisherman: Or; Robin Hood's Preferment: Shewing how he won a prize on the Sea, and how he gave one half to his Dame, and the other to the building of Alms-houses.
Robin Hood and the Shepheard. Shewing how Robin Hood, little Iohn, and the Shepherd, sought a sore Combat.
Robin Hood's Golden Priests. Shewing how he robbed two Priests of Five hundred pound.
Robin Hood's Chase: Or; A merry Progress between Robin Hood and King Henry: shewing how Robin Hood led the King his Chase, from London to Lon∣don; and when he had taken his leave of the Queen, he return'd to merry Sherwood.
Little Iohn and the four Beggers. A new merry Song of Robin Hood, and little Iohn; shewing how little Iohn went a beg∣ging; and how he fought with four Beg∣gers, and what a Prize he got from these beggers.
Robin Hood's Delight: Or, A merry combat fought between Ro. Hood, Little Iohn, and Will. Scaret, and three stout Keepers in Sherwood Forrest.