Robin Hood: A Collection of All the Ancient Poems, Songs, and Ballads, Now Extant, Relative to That Celebrated English Outlaw: To Which Are Prefixed Historical Anecdotes of His Life. In Two Volumes

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Robin Hood: A Collection of All the Ancient Poems, Songs, and Ballads, Now Extant, Relative to That Celebrated English Outlaw: To Which Are Prefixed Historical Anecdotes of His Life. In Two Volumes

by: Joseph Ritson (Editor)
Thomas Bewick (Artist)
Publisher Location: London
Publisher Name: T. Egerton, Whitehall, and J. Johnson, St. Pauls-Church-Yard
Publication Date: 1795
Number of Volumes: 2
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Endpiece to A True Tale of Robin HoodEndpiece to Little John and the Four BeggarsEndpiece to Robin Hood and Allin a DaleEndpiece to Robin Hood and Little JohnEndpiece to Robin Hood and Maid MarianEndpiece to Robin Hood and the BeggarEndpiece to Robin Hood and the Bishop of HerefordEndpiece to Robin Hood and the ButcherEndpiece to Robin Hood and the Curtall FryerEndpiece to Robin Hood and the Golden ArrowEndpiece to Robin Hood and the RangerEndpiece to Robin Hood and the ShepherdEndpiece to Robin Hood and the StrangerEndpiece to Robin Hood and the TannerEndpiece to Robin Hood and the Valiant KnightEndpiece to Robin Hood's Birth, Breeding, Valour and MarriageEndpiece to Robin Hood's ChaseEndpiece to Robin Hood's Death and BurialEndpiece to Robin Hood's DelightEndpiece to Robin Hood's Golden PrizeEndpiece to Robin Hood's Progress to NottinghamEndpiece to Robin Hood's Rescuing Will StutlyEndpiece to Robyn Hode and the PotterEndpiece to The Jolly Pinder of Wakefield, With Robin Hood, Scarlet, and JohnEndpiece to The King's Disguise, and Friendship With Robin HoodEndpiece to The Noble Fisher-Man; or, Robin Hood's PrefermentThe Jolly Pinder of Wakefield, With Robin Hood, Scarlet, and JohnThe King's Disguise, and Friendship With Robin HoodLittle John and the Four BeggarsA Lytell Geste of Robyn HodeThe Noble Fisher-Man; or, Robin Hood's PrefermentRobin Hood Rescuing The Widow's Three Sons From the Sheriff When Going To Be ExecutedRobin Hood Rescuing Will StutlyRobin Hood and Allin a DaleRobin Hood and Guy of GisborneRobin Hood and Little JohnRobin Hood and Maid MarianRobin Hood and Queen KatherineRobin Hood and the Beggar IRobin Hood and the Beggar IIRobin Hood and the Bishop Robin Hood and the Bishop of HerefordRobin Hood and the ButcherRobin Hood and the Curtall FryerRobin Hood and the Golden ArrowRobin Hood and the RangerRobin Hood and the ShepherdRobin Hood and the StrangerRobin Hood and the TannerRobin Hood and the TinkerRobin Hood and the Valiant KnightRobin Hood's Birth, Breeding, Valour and Marriage Robin Hood's Chase Robin Hood's Death and BurialRobin Hood's DelightRobin Hood's Golden PrizeRobin Hood's Progress to NottinghamRobyn Hode and the PotterA True Tale of Robin Hood

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Joseph Ritson's Robin Hood is the first example of Robin Hood scholarship.  The two-volume 1795 edition was reprinted in 1832; many single-volume editions have also been printed.  Ritson's essay on Robin Hood remains a touchstone for Robin Hood scholarship; though modern scholars have found many faults with Ritson's conclusions and methods, his work is considered the foundation of Robin Hood scholarship.