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Title: 1997V5 Engraving - Portrait of John Freeth
Description: 1997V5
Engraving - Portrait of John Freeth
John Freeth writes Songs finds tunes, & Sings them too, 1786
From a book: 'The Political Songster or a Touch on the Times on Various Subjects, Adapted to Common Tunes' by John Freeth.
Engraver: Matthew Haughton
Printer: E Ralph

* John Freeth (1731-1808) was a publican and poet who ran a coffee house in Birmingham (Leicester Arms, Bell Street), where the Jacobin Club met.
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Birmingham Museums Trust/Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery
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Music
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Printing
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Engraving
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Literature
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Poetry
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Birmingham history
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Musician
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Social history
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Recreation & Leisure
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Usage Rights: Creative Commons 0 - Public Domain. Optional attribution: Photo by Birmingham Museums Trust, licensed under CC0