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Guy Fawkes Gunpowder Plot Deliverance Celebration Special Collection

This Collection is growing faster than our ability to list it here. We have not included our large collection of engravings, artifacts,  and photographs. For best results inquire by e.mail click here.

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Dibdin, Thomas, "Air. To "Anacreon in Heaven.", In: Dibdin, Thomas, A Metrical History of England, Vol. II, Part the Eleventh, From the Revolution in 1688, to the Accession of the House of Brunswick.,William and Mary., London, 1813. *


Cornford, Francis, Darwin, "Anagram for Guy Fawkes Night", From: Collected Poems, 1954.*


Barnes, William, "Guy Fawx's Night.", From: Poems of Rural Life…, 1866.*



Baxter, James K., "Guy Fawkes Night.", From: Collected Poems: John Weir, Ed., 1980.*


Vernon, Scannell, "Gunpowder Plot.", From: Collected Poems, 1993 *


Carlyle, Thomas, "Carlyle's Portraits of His

 Contemporaries: Charles Lamb at 56"., From: Notemooks., November 2, 1831.*


Smith, James, "The Gunpowder Plot", From:Comic Miscellanies, 1840.*



Baron, Robert, An Anniverse on the Fifth of November", From: Pocula Castalla, 1650.*




"Emblem VII. The Powder-Plot.", From:Emblem Books, Epigrams and Formal Satires, 1850: The Protestants Vade Mecum (1680).*


Smart, Christopher, "Hymn XXIX The Fifth of November"., From: A Translation of the Psalms of David, 1765.*



2. Newcomen, Matthew, The Craft and Cruelty of the Churches Adversaries discovered in a sermon preached at St. Margarets in Westminster before the honorable House of Commons assembled in Parliament November 5, 1642., London, 1642.*


3. Richardson, Bonham, C., "A "Respectable" Riot: Guy Fawkes Night in St. George's, Grenada, 1885"., In: Journal of Caribbean History, Babados, 1993. 27(1): 21-35.*


4. News Articles from the Scotsman and other papers maybe…..



Thuanus, Jacobus, Augustus, A True Narration Of that Horrible Conspiracy Against King James and the whole Parliament of England Commonly called the Gun-Powder Treason., London 1674.*



Thaunaus, Jacobus, et. al. A Discourse Concerning the Original of the Powder-Plot: Together with a Relation of the Conspiracies Against Queen Elizabeth And the Persecutions of the Protestants in France to the death of Henry the Fourth., London, 1674.*


6. Wilson, Thomas, A Sermon on the Gunpowder Treason, with reflections on the Late Plot., London 1679.*


7. Williams, Sheila, "The Pope Burning Processions of 1679, 1680 and 1681.", In: Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 21,1958, The Warburg Institute, University of London, pp. 104-118. *


8. Newsreels Pathe indexes with thumbnail images


9. Wilson, John.,Song Of Deliverance for the Lasting Remembrance of Gods Wonderful Works never to be Forgotten., Boston, 1680. *


10. Winstanley, William, The Protestant Almanack for the Year 1694….., London, 1694 *


11. A Poem on That Execrable Treason Plotted by the Papists on the 5th of November, Nnn o. 1605., Cambridge, Printed by John Hayes, 1670*


12. The Double Deliverance On the Never to be forgotten Fifth of November A Poem, 5 Nov. 1690., November 3 1690, London, Printed by R. Taylor. *


13. K. B., The Last Speech and Confession of the Whore of Babylon, At her place of Execution, on the Fifth of November Last., London, MDCLXXIII., (1673).*


14. Hole, Christina, "Guy Fawkes Day.", In: Folklore., Volume 71, December 1960, pp. 217-223.*


Earle, Alice Morse, Customs and Fashions in Old New England., New York, 1893.*


Wright, A. R. F.S.A., British Calendar Customs, England Vol. III: "Fixed Festivals, June-December, Inclusive".,The Folk-Lore Society,London, MDCCLXXVIII.*


15. British Cartoons of celebration collection.


16. British Cartoons Guy Fawkes Topics


17. Cary, Margaret G., "Letter from Margaret G. Cary to George Blankern Cary, March 09, 1843, In:  The Cary Letters., Curtis, Caroline G., Cambridge, MA, Riverside Press, 1891, pp. 335.*


Blackwell, Elizabeth, "Letter from Elizabeth Blackwell, November, 1850.", In: Pioneer Work in Opening the Medical Profession to Women., New York, N.Y., Longmans & Co., 1895, pp. 265. *


18. Hodgson, and Co., Guy Fawkes; or, The Gunpowder Treason, A Drama In Three Acts: Adapted to Hodgson's Theatrical Charcters and Scenes in the Same., Hodgson and Co, London, 1822.*


19.  Bowden, Martha F.,"Guy Fawkes, Dr. Slop, and the Actions of Providence.", Philological Quarterly 76, No. 4, 437-61, Fall 1997.*


20. Bibliographies.


21. Griffiths, Anthony and Robert A. Gerard., The Print in Stuart Britain, 1603-1689.,* London, 1998.


22, T.S., England's Warning-Peece; or The Hisoty of the Gun-Powder Treason inlarged with some Notable Passages not heretofore Published Whereunto is annexed the Act of Parliament for Publick Thanksgiving upon the Fifth Day of November Yearly.,


23. Cogliano, Francis, D., No King, No Popery; Anti-Cathoilicism in Revolutionary New England, Greenwood Press, Westport, 1995. *


24. Dickens, Charles, "The Pantomime of Life"., In:"The Mudfrog and other Sketches.",  In: Sketches by Boz., 1837.*

25. Porter, Enid, Cambridgeshire Customs and Folklore., Routledge and Kegan Paul, London, 1969.*


26. Forbes, Ester, Paul Revere and the World He Lived In., Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 1942.*


27. Times of London leads and atrticles


28. Wright, A. R. F.S.A., British Calendar Customs, England Vol. III: "Fixed Festivals, June-December, Inclusive".,The Folk-Lore Society,London, MDCCLXXVIII.*


29. Notes and Queries, p.451, Remember, Remember  Rhyme, 2nd S. No. 101 December 5, 57


30. Bund Newsreel Database index, with cameraman notes.


31. Edwards, Francis, S.J., "Still Investigating Gunpowder Plot"., In: Recusant History, 212, 1993.*


32, Ts Eliot The Hollow Men, 1925 and literature synopsis etc…


33. The Franklin Expedition celebrations of the 5th polar….

McClintock, Francis, Leopold, The voyage of the "Fox" in the Arctic Seas: a narrative of the discovery of the fate of Sir John Franklin and his companions; with a preface by Sir Roderick Murchison. London: John Murray, 1859.*



Lord Almoner, Bishop of St. Asaph, A Sermon Preached before Their Majesties At Whitehall, On the Fifth day of November 1689., London, MDCLXXXIX.*



35. Peake, R. B. The Meltonians, Plays Submitted to the Lord Chamberlain.*


36. Bodliean Songs with index


37. Falconer, Thomas, A.M., Eight Discourses Delivered Before The University of Oxford, At St. Mary's in the Year MDCCCX., Thomas Falconer, A.M. Oxford, 1811.*


38. James I, King of England, The Gunpowder-treason with a discourse of the manner of its discovery, and a perfect relation of the proceedings against those horrid conspirators, wherein is contained their examinations, trials, and condemnations: likewise King Jame's speech to both houses of Parliament on that occasion, now reprinted a preface touching that horrid conspiracy, by the Right Reverend Father in God, Thomas, Lord Bishop of Lincoln: and by the way of appendix, several papers or letters of Sir Everard Digby, chiefly relating to the gunpowder-plot never before printed.1679*


39. Grascome, Samuel, Admonition for the Fifth of November., 1690.*



Gilbert, Lord Bishop of Sarum, A Sermon Preached before the House of Peers in the Abbey of Whistminster on the Fifth of November…, London 1689.*


41. Shrewsbury, Additional Prayers to be Used Together with those appointed in the service for the Fifth of November., 1689.


42. Anti Firework order 1683, on behalf of attack of ambassador of the Netherlands.



Browne, George, Gunner, A Modell of the Fire-workes to b e presented in Lincolness-Inne Fiels on the 5th of November, 1647. Before the Lords and Commons of Parliament, and the Militia of London, in commemoration of Gods great Mercy in delivering this Kindome from the hellish Plots of Papists, acted in the damnable Gunpowder treason., London, 1647.*


44. B.H., The Pope Burnt to Ashes: or Defiance to Rome., London, 1676.*



Cecil, Robert, Earl of Salisbury.,An Answere to Certaine Scandalous Papers, Scattered abroad under color of a Catholicke Admonition., London, 1606.*


46. Millington, Thomas, Englandes Mourning Garmen., London,1603*


47. Andrewes, Lancelot, XCIV Sermons by the Right Honourable and Reverend Father in God, Lancelot Andrewes Late Lord Bishop of Winchester., London MDCLXI*


48. A Collection of Poems, Mostly Original, by Several Hands, Dublin, 1789-90. *


49. Whitefield, George, A collection of Hymns for Social Worship…, London, 1790.*



50 Whitefield, George, A collection of Hymns for Social Worship…, London, 1790.*


51. Miller, Willam, Hymns and other Pieces of Poetry on Various Subjecs., Wicombe, 1790?.*


52.  R.H.S.H.H.S.F.A.G.G.A.M.M.P. Political Merriment or, Truths told to some tune.  Faithfully Translated …., London, 1714-15. *


53. Kippis, Andrew, Et. Al. A Collection of Hymns and Psalms, for Public and Private Worship., London 1795.*


54. A Collection of Loyal Songs. For use of the Revolution Club.,  Ediburgh, 1748 *


55. Wollwich Chapel, A Collection of Psalms and Hymns for Public…Worship., Wollwich Chapel, 1791.*



56. Steele, Anne. Miscellaneous Pieces, In Verse and Prose by Theodosia., Bristol, 1780.*



57. Anarchy Town Resolutions from The Gazette of the United States (news)


58. An Admonition for the Fifth of November, London?, 1718?.


59. Bennet, Benjamin.,Occasional Hymns Chiefly for the Lord's Day, …Newcastle, 1722. *


Wood, Thomas, M.A., D.Mus., Oxon.,The Oxford Song Book Volume II, London, 1927.*


60. Campion, Thomas, De Puluerea Coniuratione. (On the Gunpowder Plot), ed David Lindley Leeds., 1987.*


61. Mayor's proclamation London against bonfires etc…1682.


62. Mayor proclamation  against demonstrations.1674


63. Latin works of Milton on the plot translation…


64. Salgado, James, A Song Upon the Birth Day of QueenElizabeth,The Spanish Armado the Gun-powder Treason, and the Late Popish Plot., 1680.*


65. Nicholson, Robert, A Poem On that Execrable Treason Plotted by the Papists on the 5th of November, Anno 1605., Cambridge, 1670.*



James I King of England,  Prayers and Thanksgiving to be used by all the Kings Majesties loving Subjects, For the happy deliverance of his Majestie, the Queen, Prince, and States of Parliament from the most traitorous and bloody intended Massicre b y Gunpowder, the 5 of November 1605., Robert Barker, London, 1605


67. Fotherby, Martin, Bishop of Salisbury, The Third Sermon At Paules Crosse Nov. 5, 1607., 1608.


68.  Fotherby, Martin, Bishop of Salisbury, The Fourth  Sermon At the Court Nov. 15, 1607.,1608.


69. Leigh, William, Gret Britaines Great Deliverance,. 1606. *


70. Welby, William, Lucta Iacobi: or, A bonefire for His Maiesties double deliverie, from the deluge in Perth, the 5 of August, 1600, and the doomsday of Britaine, the 5, of November, 1605, London, 1607.*



71. Widdrington, Roger,The Tryal and Execution of Father Henry Garnet, Superior Provincial of the Jeusuits in England for the Powder Treason.,London, (1616),1679.*



72. Garnets straw illustration 1606 from trials of the plotters.


73. Illustrations from the history of English engravings book…


74. Bishop, Samuel, Poems on various subjects by the Rev. Samuel Bishop…, London, 1800*



Crowley, Daniel J., "Guy Fawkes Day at Fresh Creek, Andros Island, Bahamas.,Man., Nos. 157,158, July 1958.*


76. An Excellent Garland Containing 1. Additional Songs in Iukle and Yarico, 2. The Revolution, and Gunpowder Plot., 3. God save the King., 4. The Top-sails shiver in the Wind., Manchester: Printed and sold by G. Swindells, New Printing-Office, Hanging Bridge. *



77. "Song 73. The Gun Powder Plot.," In: St. Cecilia;or, the lady's and gentleman's harmonious companion…, p. 109,Edinburgh 1779.*



78. The Democrat.,  Citizens of Massachusetts! Remember the 5th of November." 1804, 10-17, Vol: 1, Iss. LXXXIII, P.2. *


79.Rogers, Samuel, "On the Fifth of November"., In: Poems on several occasions By the Revd. Saumel Rogers, Vol.1. London, 1764. p.124.*


80. Loyal Association.,The Roe-Buck Procession Containing An Account of the several Effigies, which the Loyal Society intend to Burn in Cheapside on the Fifth of November., London, 1718.*



"On Plotting".," In: St. Cecilia;or, the lady's and gentleman's harmonious companion…, p. 100, Edinburgh 1779.*


82. Typographicus, Mercurius., "On the Gun-Powder Treason-Plot.", In: The British Phoenix or, The Gentleman and lady's Polite Literary Entertainer…., London, 1762.*



83. Watts, I., D.D., "A Hymn of Praise for three great Salvations.", In: Horae Lyricae. Poems, Chiefly of the lyric kind in three books…,London, 1743.*



84. Fawkes in Pantomime….References in The British Magazine and review 1782.


85. Buckman, Robert, "Robert Buckman..," In: Punch Weekly., November, 5, 1986.p.51.*


86. Punch Cartoons from Hopkins  recent


87. Crumbs of Comfort and Godly Prayers…, London, 1726.*


88. Howell, James, Paroimiographia Proverbs, or, Old sayed saves & adages in English…,1594-1666*



89. The Adventures of a Cork-Screw…..London, 1775.*



90. Dibdin, Thomas Frognall,  "Fifth of November, A Poem..", In: Poems by T.F. Dibdin, London, 1797 *


91. London times article collection early..


92. O'Brien, Flann, The Hard Life, An Exegesis of Squalor.,Pantheon, Boooks, New York,1961.*


93. Gayton, Edmond, "A Meditation upon the 29th of May, being His Majesty'ss Birthday, and Day of Restauration, and upon the Fifth of November, being the day of the General Deliverance of the King and Parliament from the Gunpowder-treason"., In The religion of a Physician, or Divine meditations upon the grand and lesser festivals commanded to be observed in the Church of England by act of Parliament., c. 1608-1666 *

94. Ormerod, The Picture of a Papist Pagano-Papismus., London, 1606 *


95. Gailey, Alan and G. B. Adams. "The Bonfire in North Irish Tradition".,Folklore.,Vol. 88,No. 1, 1977, pp. 3-38.*


96. The latin poems of Milton translated original


97. J Colman (sp?)., Guy Fawkes or The Fifth of November., London, 1793 *


98. McConville, Brendan, "Pope's Day Revisited, Popular Culture Reconsidered.," In: Explorations in Early American Culture., Vo.. 4, 2000.*


99. Derek Ward Translation of engraving of plotters hoagburg sp?



100. Stodart, M.A., "The Gunpowder Plot.",  In: The United Empire Minstrel.,  Toronto,  1852 *


101  London Lyrics Poem the gunpowder plot*see: 171 "London Lyrics.,The Gunpowder Plot"., In: The New Monthly Magazine and literary Journal, American Ed., 1825, 1,60, pp. 556.*



102 Burnand, F.C., A New and Original Burlesqeue entitled Guy Fawkes; The Ugly Mug and The Couple of Spoons., London, 1866. *



103. Times of London collection early…..


104. News USA Early


105. Chettle, Henry. Englandes Mourning Garment, London 1603. *


106. Arnold, J., Guy Fawkes A Gingerbread Tragedy.,1821. *


107. Beck, Ervin, "Trickster on the Threshold:  Interpretation of Children's Autumn Traditions", In: Folklore., 96, 1985, pp. 24-28.*


108, Green, J. K., A New Historical Comic Pantomime called Harlequin and Guy Fawkes; or the  Fifth of November., Green's Juvenile Drama, Lonon, 1836., *


109. Fauxes ghost typed


110. Fifth of Noember Guy fawkes day at howes tavern in Sudbury


111. Wiles, David, "The Lewes Bonfire Festival.", In: New Theatre Quarterly 46., Volume XII, No. 46, May 1996. pp. 177-193. *


112. Housman, A.E., "The Fifth of November.", In: The Poems of A.E. Housman.,, Claredon Press, 1997.*



113. Burne,C.S. "Guy Fawkes Day".,Folk-Lore., 23 (1912). pp. 409-26.*



114. Hone, William, The Every-Day and Table Book; or, an everlasting Calendar of popular Amusements, Sports, Pastimes, Ceremonies, Manners, Customs and Events,. London 1838, 1827.*


115. Krantz, Susan, E., "Thomas Dekker's Political Commentary in the Whore of Babylon.", Studies in English Literature 1500-1900, V. 35, pp. 271-91, Spr. '95.*



116. Leech, Keith, "The Oldest Guy in the World, A History of the Bonfire at Battle, Sussex,",English Dance and Song., Volume 49 #2, September/October, 1987.*


117. Beck, Ervin, "Children's Guy Fawkes Customs in Sheffield.", In: Folklore., 1984-ii*



118. News Articles 19th century


119. The Fifth of November or Romish Plotting for Popish Ascendency An address to the Youth of England., T. Woolmer, 2, Castle Street, City Road, E.c., Nayman Brothers and Lilly Printers, Hatton House, 113, Farringdon Road, Lond.n E.C.*- 1889 or 1887



120- zeroxes of  Mayhew, Horace, Guy Faux a Squib.,  Illustrated by Percy Cruikshank, Grant & Griffith, St. Paul's Church Yard, London 1849*



Malcomson, Robert, W., Popular Recreations in English Society, 1700-1850., Cambridge, University Press, 1973.*


122- The Burning of the Whore of Babylon, as it was acted, with great Applause, in the Poultrey, London, On Wednesday night (being the 5th of November) at Six of the Clock, London,  Printed, and are to be sold by R.C., 1673.*



123- Winsor, Justin, The Memorial History of Boston., Boston, 1881.*



124. Schele De Vere,Maximillian , Americanisms; the English of the New World., 1872.*


125. Jewitt, Henry, W., C.C. Bell, Mabel Peacock, "Fifth of November Bonfires.", Folk-Lore., Vol. XIV., 1903, London, p.185. *


126. Webbs, Juvenile Drama, Guy Fawkes, or The Gunpowder Plot, An Historical Drama in Three Acts., Webbs, London, (Date?)*


127. Bodlean ballads copies…


128. Held, Beverly, Orlove, "To Instruct and Improve…To Entertain and Please" American Civic Protestss and Pageants 1765-1784.,Phd. Dissertation, University of Michigan, 1987.*



129. Johnson, Helen Kendrick, "The Meaning of Song". The North American Review, vol. 138, issue 330 (May 1884).*


130. see 46-transcription of shepherds spring song from the mourning garment


131. Prince of sinisters in collections….


132. Hervey, EL, "The Fifth of November". The Living Age, Vol. 52, Issue 658 (January
3, 1857)*


133. Assorted news articles….



MacFarren, George, Guy Faux Or the Gunpowder Treason, An Historical Melodrama in Three Acts., London, John Cumberland, 1839.*


135. Storch,  Robert D., (Ed.), Popular Culture in Nineteenth-century England, , London 1982.*


136. Jackdaw on the gunpowder plot


137. News article Boston arial guy fawkes


138. Wallace, Michael, "A Poem of joy at the very fortunate deliverance of the most serene King James, Monarch of Great Britain….", London 1606., In: Humanistica Lovaniensia, Jounal of Neo-Latin Studies., Vol. XLII, 1993, Leuven University Press, *


139. Dickens, Charles, "An Object Lesson.", In: The Connecticut Common School Journal and Annals of Education, Feb 1865,.*


140 1857 Popes day news article


141 Winstock, Lewis, Gunpowder Treason and Plot., 1973.*


142. Pollard, Robert.,(Printed for) Choyce Drollery: Songs & Sonnets., Being A collection of Divers excellent pieces of Poetry, Of Several eminent Authors., Never before printed., London 1656.*


143. Mr. Dickens's Amateur Theatricals. The ecletic magazine of Foreign Literature 1844-1898 March 1871;13,3, pg. 322. Refers to albert smith fawkes from man in the moon periodical


144. The English Arctic Expedition, The friend a religious and literary journal 1827-1906, Dec. 9 1876, 50, 17. pg. 133. crew of the alert celebrates guy fawkes day.


145. Quint, David," Milton, Fletcher and the Gunpowder Plot.", In: Journal of the Warburg and Coutauld Institutes, Vol. 54, 1991, pp. 261-268.*


146. Rogers, H.L., "An English Tailor and Father Garnet's Straw.",., In: Review of English Studies., ns, XVI, 1965.*


 147. Brogden, William, Popish Zeal Inconvenient to Mankind and Unsuitable to the Law of Christ: A Sermon preached in St. Barnabas Church, Queen-Anne Parish on the Fifth of November, 1754 by William Brogden, Rector of the Said parish, in Prince-George's County., Annapolis, Jonas Green, 1755. *


148 Ferns, John (Garnet), Lord Bishop of, and Leighlin, Chaplain to His grace, A Sermon Preached in Christ-Church, Dublin, On Monday, the 5ht of November, 1753, Being the Anniversary of the Gunpowder-Plot, and of The Happy Arrival of King William III. before his Grace Lionel, Duke of Dorset, Lord Lieutenant, General, and General Governor of Ireland…., Dublin, 1753. *


149 Gager, William, The Complete Works Volume IV, Juvenilia, Pyramis, Collected Prose.,Dana F. Sutton Editor, Garland Publishing, New York, 1994.*


150. A.B.C.D.E., Novembris Monstrum, Or Rome Brought to Bed in England, with The Whores Miscarying, Made long since for the anniversary Solemnity on the fifth day of November, In a private College at Cambridge., by A.B.C.D.E. and now by conquering importunity made publique, For a small memorial of England's great deliverance from the Powder-Treason, by E.M.A.D.O.C., London, 1641.*


151. Herring, Francis Mischeefes Mysterie or Treasons Master-Peece, The Powder Plot. Amsterdam: Da Capo Press, 1671 *


152 Percy Warrant by the king 1605


153. Wild, E. of R. Dr., Poems on Several Occasions., London 1683.*


154. Adams, John, The Flowers of Modern History., London, 1796.*


155. Jeffers, Robinson, "Fantasy.", From: The Collected Poetry of Robinson Jeffers,  Tim Hunt, Ed., Volume 3.,1991, Stanford University Press.*


156. Garey, Samuel, Great Brittans Little Calendar: or, Triple Diarie, in Remembrance of three Dates Divided into Three Treatises…, London 1618. *



157. Novembris Monstrum, 1641 Frontspiece see 150


158. Clark, Sam  England's Remembrancer, A True and Full Narraative of Those two never to be forgotten Deliverances: One from The Spanish Invasion in 88- The Other from The Hellish Powder Plot, November 5, 1605…, London 1676, 1679. *



159. T.W, The Araignement and Execution of the late Traytors, with a relation of the other Traytors, which were executed at Worcester, the 27. of January last past. , London 1606. *


160., T.S., England's Warning-Peece; or The Hisoty of the Gun-Powder Treason inlarged with some Notable Passages not heretofore Published Whereunto is annexed the Act of Parliament for Publick Thanksgiving upon the Fifth Day of November Yearly., London, 1659. *


161. Scottsman  newspaper articles 19th century


162. L' Estrange, Roger, Sir, A New Dialogue Between Some Body and No Body…, No.1 Nov.21,-No. 5, Dec. 19,1681. *


163. Wild, E. of R. Dr., Rome Rhymd to Death Being a Collection of Choice Poems:In two Parts., London, 1683.*


164. A true and perfect relation of the Proceedings at the severall arraignments of the late most barbarous traitors., London,1606* 2 files


165. The Providence Gazette 1769 article newspaper


166. Albee, John, "Pope Night: Fifth of November.", The Journal of American Folklore., Vol. 6. No. 20, Jan-Mar, 1893, pp. 68-69.*



Albee, John, "Pope Night in Portsmouth, N.H.", The Journal of American Folklore., Vol. 5. No. 19, Oct.-Dec., 1892, pp. 335-336..*


168. Withington, Robert, ""Guy" A Case of Rehabilitation.", American Speech., Vol. 5, No. 4, Apr. 1930, pp.280-281.*



169. Hole, Christiana, "Winter Bonfires", In: Folklore., Vol. 71, No.4, Dec., 1960, pp. 217-227.*


170. Gold, David, L., "Imperative Please to.", In: American Speech., Vol. 61, No. 4, Winter, 1986., pp. 377-378.*



171. "London Lyrics.,The Gunpowder Plot"., In: The New Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal, American Ed., 1825, 1,60, pp. 556.*


172. Spectator. " Guy Fawkes An Old Song Re-Sung.",Littell's Living Age, October, 1885,167,2154,pg.2. *



173.Parkin as Election Cake Newspaper 1857


174. Allan, Rev. Ethan.,"No.II.-The Rev. William Brogden, Rector of All-Hallow's Parish, Ann Arundel County, 1736; and from 1751, of Queen Anne Parish, Prince George's County, Md..", In: Sketches of the Colonial Clergy of Maryland, American Ecclesiastical History, Apr. 1856, 9,1, pp.105.*


175. Merry, Robert,"Guy Fawkes"., Robert Merry's Museum, Aug.1, 1848., P. 38.*


176. Newspaper Charles Dickens Jr on his song prince of sinisters 1895.


177. Charter-House Scholars, A Dramatic Piece: By the Charter-House Scholars: In Memory of the Powder-Plot. Performed at the Charter-House, November 6th 1732., London,1732.*


178. Rokeby, Matthew Robinson-Borris, Considerations on the measures carrying on With Respect to the British Cononies in North-America…from Phillippe de Commines., 1774.*


179. Witenberg, W.J., "Folklore Collected in Toronto and Vicinity.", In: Journal of American Folklore., Vol. 31, No. 120, Apr.-Jun. 1919. p.128.*



"The Gun-Powder Plot"., In: The Scots Vocal Miscellany, A Choice Collection of the Most Celebrated Songs Ancient and Modern Many of Which Never Before In Print.Edinburgh, Printed and sold by J. Roch, 1780. *


181 Reeve, B., The Gunpowder Plot., The Rail Splitter Press, Milan, Illinois.*


182. John Lennon doodles on the gunpowder plot….*


183. News on celebration 19th century


184. Strictland, John, Immanuel or The Church Triumphing in God With Us A Sermon Preached Before the Right Honourable House of Lords, in the Abbey of Westminster..November 5th 1644., London, 1644.* (two copies)



185. Freeman, Samuel, A Sermon Preached before the Honourable House of Commons, at St. Margaret's, Westminster, on Wednesday the Fifth of November, 1690., London, 1690.*


186. Lacy, Thomas Hailes., Up to Town and Back Again by the "Old York Highflyer." Mr. Rayner's Popular Entertainment, Comprising a Variety of Tales Anecdotes recitations, oddities, Whims, and…., London.



Apgar, Peter, D., Festivals of Colonial America from Festivals to Revolution.,Masters Thesis, Texas Tech University, December, 1995.


188. Andrewes, Lancelot, A Sermon Preached Before the Kings Majestie At Whitehall, ON the Fifth of November Anno. Dom. MDCVI Ppsal. CXVIII. Ver. XIII. XIV.*



189. Smith, Albert. Guy Fawkes; or A Match For A King, A Pantomime., Theatre Royal, Olympic, Saturday, March 31, 1855, London, Not Published. *



Stirling, Edward,  Guido Fawkes; Or The Prophetess of Ordsall Cave, A Melo Drama in Two Acts., London, J Duncombe and Co. 1840, *


191. Somerset, C.A., Life and Death of Guy Fawkes, The; or, Gunpowder Treason.., Plays Submitted to the Lord Chamberlain, 1851*


192. Hare, Chris, "The Skeleton Army and the Bonfire Boys, Worthing, 1884"., Folklore., 1988-ii.*


193. Haan, Estelle, Phineas Fletcher, Cocustae Vel., Pietas Jesuitica., Leuven University Press, 1996. *


194 Church of England.,Prayers and thanksgiving to be used by all the Kings Majesties loving subjects for the happy deliverance of his Majestie, The Queene, Prince and states of the Parliament, from the most traitorous and bloodie intended massacre by gunpowder the 5 of November 1605, Set Forth by Authoritie., London, 1828. *


195. "The Russian Guy Fawkes", In: Littell's Living Age., 1854,5,527, p. 601, Note: "Punch".*


196. I.H., The divell of the Vault, Or, the unmasking of murther in a briefe declaration of the Cacolicke complotted treason, lately discovered., London, 1606.*


197. Horton, Thomas, The Pillar and Pattern of Englands Deliverances, Presented in a Sermon to the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and Aldermen, with the several Companies of the City of London, in their solemn Meeting at Pauls on the Lords Day, Novem. 5, 1654.,London, 1654.*



198. Watts, W., Guy Fawkes or A Match for a King New Burlesque., Theatre Royal Marylebone, Monday April 9, 1849.*


199. L., "Fifth of November: Guy Fawkes' Day"., In: St. Nicholas; an Illustrated Magazine for Young Folks, Nov. 1875; 3,1, p. 21.*


200. Hawkins, William.,"The Following Ballad (Of which several incorrect Copies have been Published) Was delivered to he Dean of Pembroke College, Oxford, in the Common Hall, On the Fifth Day of November, 1741, As the Author's Exercise on that Anniversary, Its Date must be its Apology.", In: Poems on Various Subjects., 1741.*



201. James I, King of England, His Majesties Speech In this Last Session of Parliament., 1605.*



202. A political and satirical history of the years 1756 and 1757. In a series of seventy-five humourous and entertaining prints. Containing all the most remarkable transactions, characters and caricaturas of those two memorable years. To which is annexed, an explanatory account or key ... London, 1758?.*



203. Pattison, William. The poetical works of Mr. William Pattison, late of Sidney College Cambridge. London,1727.*


204. James I, King of England, By the King., (Thomas Percy Gentleman),November 7, 1605.*


205. James I, King of England, By the King., (For as much as it apperath now), November 8, 1605.*


206. James I, King of England, By the King., (Whereas one Thomas Percy), November 5, 1605.*


207. Jones, Christopher, wool-comber. The miscellaneous poetic attempts of C. Jones, an uneducated journeyman wool-comber. Exeter, 1782.*



208. Keane, John, Tom Paine A Political Life., Bloomsbury, 1995.*



Paz, D.G., "Bonfire Night in Mid Victorian Northants: The Politics of a Popular

Revel"., Historical Research,  63, 1990.*


210- London times palmer search listings.

211. Blewitt, J., Harlequin and Guy Fawkes., London, W. Kenneth, 1835?.*


212. Peacock,T.L., When John of Zisca Went to Kindom Come.London, Cambridge, 1992 (1785-1866).*


213. Peacock, T.L., The Round Table or, King Arthur's Feast., (1785-1866)*


214. Ward, Edward, Vulgarus Britanicus Or, The British Hudibrass.,London, 1710.*


215. Hutton, L. "Fifth of November, and its Ancient Associations with the British Gunpowder Plot of 1605.", Harpers Weekly., V.38, November 10, 1894, p. 1066.*


216. Hayman, Robert, "Of the Gunpowder Holly-day, The 5th of November.", In: Quodibets., 1628.*



Rands, William Brighty, "Toplsyturvey-World"., In: Lilliput Levee., 1864.*


218. Wild, Robert, "The Poring Doctor" .,In: Iter Boreale, 1668.


219 Birth of hippo times  1872


220 times gf or fifth of nov add theatre royal 1793


221. Ward, Edward, Hudibras Redivivus or, A Burlesque Poem on the Times.,1708.*


222. Guy the Young Hippo the times 1873.


223. Wordsworth, William, "Gunpowder Plot.", In:  Ecclesiastical Sonnets., 1822.*



224. Rosetti, C.G., "The Succession of Kings.", In: The Complete Pomes of Christiana Rosetti., Ed. R. W. Crump, Baton Rouge, 1979-90.*


225. Sketches of the past no 4. Pope Night, the lowel offering, 1842.


226. St. Nicholas: an Illustrated Magazine for Young Folks, Nov, 1875;3,1, pg. 21 The fifth of November: Guy Fawkes' Day, By L.


227. Every Saturday A Journal of Choice Reading Mr. Dickens Amaterur Theatricals 1871


228 1867 Guy Fawkes Day in London M>A>S> the youths companion


229 Pope day in the colonies 1907 The American Catholic Historical Review. -132


230. Lines by J.G.W. for the national eara 1850 on the portrait of a celebrated magazine publisher who has lately saved the union and lost a contributor.


231. Guy fawkes song an old song re-sung the musical rights reserved. 1885.


232.  "The Pumpkin Effigy.", Harpers weekly volume 1867, 11/23


233.  Hazlitt, William, "Guy Faux". (1821), In: The Complete Works of William Hazlitt., Ed. P.P. Howe, J.M. Dent, London, 1934.*


234. Meynell, Alice, "Popular Burlesque.", Essays By Alice Meynell, New York, 1914.*


235. Santino, J., "Light up the Sky: Halloween Bonfires and Cultural Hegemony in Northern Ireland.", Western Folklore, v. 55, Summer, 1996, pp.213-31.*


236. Lamb, Charles, "Guy Faux.", From: "London Magazine.", 1823, In: The Complete Works and Letters of Charles Lamb.,Modern Library,1835.*


237.  Barlow, William, The Sermon preached at Paules Crosse, the tenth day of November, being the next Sunday after the Discouerie of this late  Horrible Treason., 1606*


238. Nowak, T. S., Remember , Remember the Fifth of November: Anglocentrism and anti-Catholicism in the English Gunpowder sermons, 1605-1651. ,Phd Thesis, State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1992.*


239/ Wachowski, Lary and Andy, V for Vendetta "Based on the graphic novel by Alan Moore"., Second Draft, Warner Bros. Pictures Inc., 2004. *


240 Wood, Charles, H. III. The Fifth of November The Gunpowder Plot for Syumphonic Band., musical score, Woodcha Music, 2006.*


241-Benes, Peter, "Night Processions: Celebrating the Gunpowder Plot in England and New England," in Peter Benes, ed," New England Celebrates: Spectacle, Commemoration, and Festivity".,The Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife Annual Proceedings 23 through 25 ,June 2000*



242- Halliwell, J. O., "Ballad, A New Droll.", The Loyal Garland, 1686. *


243- Articles on V for Vendetta


244- Smith, Albert, "Guy Fawkes or A Match for a King"., In: The Man In the Moon, No 4. April 1847, p.186 *


245-literature on line guy fawkes search


246-first search punch


247-guy fawkes images on bridgeman art library


248- Oclc results


249- Newall, Venetia, J. Two English Fire Festivals in Relation to Their Contemporary Social Setting Western Folklore, Vol. 31, No. 4, Festival Issue,Oct., 1972, pp. 244-274*


250- Dunton, John, The Bull-Baiting; or Sach-ll dress'd up in fireworks; ... being remarks on a scandalous sermon bellow'd out at St. Paul's on the fifth of November ... by Dr. Sach-ll Sacheverell]. London, 1709*


251- The Bull Baiting or Sach--ll Dressed up in Fireworks Lately brought over from the Bear-Garden in Southwark; and exposed for the diversion of the citizens of London, at 6 pence a piece.* 1709



London's Defiance to Rome A Perfect Narative of the magnificent Procession and the

Solemn Burning of the Pope at Temple Bar Nov. 17, 1679. *


253- An Account of the Burning of the Pope at Temple Bar in London November 17, 1679*


254- The Procession : Or the Burning of the Pope in Effigy, in Smithfield Field-Rounds on the 17th of November 1681*


255- A Dialog upon the burning of the Pope and the Presbyter in Effigy at Westminster, November 5, 1681.


256- Wachowski, Lary and Andy, V for Vendetta "Based on the graphic novel by Alan Moore"., Second Draft, Warner Bros. Pictures Inc., 2004. *


257- A Poem on the Burning of the Pope., Being Solemnly Performed on Queen Elizabeth's Birthday: This Instant, November 17, 1679.*


258- Donne Gunpowder plot sermon transcription


259- Etherington,  James Edward The Sociology of a Recurrent Ceremonial Drama: Lewes Guy Fawkes Night, 1800-1913., PhD Dissertation, Open University, 1987.



260-Williams Kirby, Ethyn., "Sermons Before the Commons 1640-42.", The American Historical Review., Vol.44. #3, April, 1939, pp. 528-548. *



212? - Mather, Cotton, An History of Seasonable Interpositions; Especially Relating to the Twice-Memorable Fifth of November. Boston. 1719.*





Fowler, Frank,"Guy Faux Guy.", In: Last Gleanings, 1864, pp. 43-50.*




262- Collins, Sherwood., " Boston's Political Street Theatre: The Eighteenth-Century Pope Day Pageants " Educational Theatre Journal, Vol. 25, No. 4 (Dec., 1973), pp. 401-409*


263- G.W.E.R., "The Fifth of November.", In: Notes and Queries.,10 s. x. December 19, 1908,p.496.*

Davies, A. Morley, "Guy Fawkes Day."

McDowall, S.S., "Rhymes.",

Ratcliffe, Thomas., "The Fifth of November


264- Jerrold, Douglas., "Recollections of Guy Fawkes.," In:  The Essays of Douglas Jerrold.,1903, pp. 70-76.*


265- Roberts, R. "Upon the Gun-powder Plot.", In: Choice Drollery,1876, p.40 *


266- "Theology &c"., In: The Monthly Review or, Literary Journal.,Volume LXXV. London, 1786.,p.398.*


267- Gough, John B., Autobiography and Personal Recollections of John B. Gough., Bill Nichols, 1870., p.43-47.*


268-Hamilton, Walter., Parodies of the Works of English and American Authors.,  Volume IV. London, 1887., pp. 155-159.*


269- Hood, Thomas., "The Parish Revolution" and "London Fashions for November." In: The Comic Annual. London, 1831. *


270- Dickens, Charles., "Looking for Guy Fawkes.", In: All The Year Round., New Series, volume 3, 1870., pp. 324-328. *


271- Brown, Theo., "A Further Note on the "Stag Hunt" in Devon.", In: Folklore, Vol. 90, No. 1. (1979), pp. 18-21. *





272=B.B.C., South Yorkshire, "Spooky Skin Book on the Block", http://newsvote.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/1/hi/England/douth_yorkshire/7120873.stm, 12/2/07.*


273- Halliwell, J.O., The Book of Nursery Rhumes Complete:From the Creation of the World to the Present Time., Fourth Edition 1846.*

(along with customs for the 5th from larger book)



Bennett, Anthony "Sources of Popular Song in Early Nineteenth-Century Britain: Problems and Methods of Research"., In: Popular Music,  Vol. 2, "Theory and Method.", 1982, pp. 69-89.*


275- Roe, Nicholas., Tamerlane A Tragedy.,London,1703.*


276- Kidson, Frank, "Bogone Comic Song Tunes: A Study of Melody Survivals.", in the Musical Times., Vol 51, No. 806., April 1, 1990, pp.220-222.*


277- Dickens, Charles, "An American Lady.", In: All the Year Round.,. 1842. *


278- O'Gorman, Frank, "The Paine Burnings of 1792-1793"., In:Past and Present., Number 193, November 20067, pp. 111-155. *


279- Carter, Anne, Campbell, Dreadful Plots: Conspiracy Naratives and Political Struggle in Early Nineteenth-century British Writing., Dissertation Submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School of the University of Minnesota, Phd. Philosophy, May, 2007.*

280- Wall, John N., Jr. and Terry Bunce Burgin. "'This Sermon…upon the Gun-powder Day': The Book of Homilies of 1547 and Donne's Sermon in Commemoration of Guy Fawkes' Day, 1622." South Atlantaic Review. 49 (2) 1984: 19-30.*

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Other Specialized Reference Collections

We have not yet been able to catalog these materials however given an e.mail request we should be able to do a quick check for you.

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Irish Studies

Brigid of Kildare


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   T h e     C o n c e p t

                          The Hutman Library is the beginning of a new way of maximizing the accessibility
of the Printed Word. 

Why should large public and institutional libraries be the only libraries on line and accessible to the public? 

The Hutman Library is a publicly accessible  Library located in a private residence. Can you stop in? Yes! If you have a specific request and the material is available we can make an appointment.  The collection  is accessible, to the world on line via the interface of  the web. The library consists of shelves of books located throughout the house. Each book will be described in a database which will be searchable via  your browser's search function. Anyone anywhere in the world will be able to locate a book in our collection.  Eventually internet search engines will allow this to be done across the net. Once you have located a book or  other publication or source you must determine what you would like to know about it, or from it. You will then go to our search page and compose a search request.

The Hutman differs from conventional public libraries in that you do not have to deal with slow and often clumsy search engines.
We go directly to the book. It may take a while but you can wait comfortably off line for your request to be filled.

Making a search request will be easy!

  • First clearly define your request. What exactly do you want to know? Many books do not have indexes. You may have to provide chapter and page numbers. If you feel yours will be an in-depth research request it is important to define clearly exactly what you will require so that we can compose accurate estimates.
  • Next click on our request link. An e.mail form will open up. Write your request into the e.mail message and send it to us.
  • As soon as we process your request we will provide an answer via e.mail.
  • If your request extends beyond our short answer service you will be advised of the cost of in-depth research. In this case we will know that we have the material. We  will confirm it and provide you an estimate of the information present and time required to process your request and the cost. 

Once we have received payment for in-depth research requests we will que your request for in-depth processing. When we process your request we will send the result via e.mail.  Due to accounting complexities we are not able to provide refunds unless we find we can not process your request.  Our response will be our best effort and will be limited to one response per request.

Books for Sale- 

As with any library collection management is an issue. We have finite shelf and we may be willing to sell you the book you are looking  for! It doesn't hurt to ask and we will respond to your best offer with a counter proposal and shipping information. We will not discuss condition. books are sold as is and can not be returned.

Books Adopted!
Certainly. We will take all books. We reserve the right to find other homes or otherwise discard them but
we will take all. We can not return donations once received. Our mailing address:

P.O. Box 268,
Linthicum, Md. 21090

Just send them with our thanks in advance. We will not accept shipments cod or in any way pay for
postage. We will greatly appreciate your efforts. Our hearty thanks in advance. The potential of adding
to this grand cause is its own reward.


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Send  a   S e a r c h    Request

1. Clearly Compose your request. Be sure to include the page numbers and a detailed description of the information you require.
    Is their a deadline date? Please provide it. If the deadline has expired before we get to your request we may or may not process  it.  We will not process in-depth requests beyond deadline dates. Once in-depth searches have begun they can not be stopped. Payment is not-refundable.

Sample Search:

In the Cape Cod Cookbook, Kitchen Shelf, 10, number 65. is there a recipe for: Foundation
Cream Soup? Could you send the recipe.

Sample Response: Yes Here it is.

Sample Search 2:

In book x shelf name, shelf number item number does does the author mention "x"

Sample response 2
Yes he does. The entire chapter covers this topic. If it were a few lines we could send them
however, this is too long an Item for us to provide. It can not be copied word for word but
we can summarize it for you for $xyz. We will put your request in our que upon receipt of 
a check made out to Hutman Productions for $xyz. This payment will be non-refundable. We
can not guarantee a date for the completion of this work.

2. From our catalog select the book or item title and shelf location

3. If you think your request will be of the nature of an extended research request please finely detail exactly what you hope to be provided with. It would be helpful for requests which are known to be of an in-depth nature to provide us with an estimate of what you will offer to pay for the service.

4. Remember that some of our books are available for sale. It doesn't hurt to ask. We will then advise you of the price and postage.

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We should be starting to catalog our collection within the next week or so.
We will place it on line in the catalog area and as we add sections we will place a notice here.
Please check this space periodically to see what has been added since your last visit.

PROGRESS!!   December 26,1999
The Kitchen Shelf Shelf 12 is listed.....good progress should be done this evening.

Progress December 27 - Kitchen shelves are done! Take a look!

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Hutman Productions has an important web presence.
We specialize in providing information as freely as it can possibly be provided.
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