Title: Broderick's medley, or, a compleat collection of songs, with musical, comical and tragical scenes, Together with a Number of Original Prologues and Epilogues, Some of which never appeared in Print. Calculated for the General Entertainment of his respectable Brethren, the Masons, Bucks, Loyal Knights, Albions, Lumber-Troopers, Antigallicans, Celtae-Barians, Gregorians, Purples, Lunarians, Cambrians, True-Britons, And the Publick in General. In the Course of this Work will be given The Irish Wedding, And a Favourite Interlude, called Teague's Ramble to London, As it was performed at the Theatre Royal in the Haymarket. Written and compiled by brother Broderick, No. 5, Ball-Alley, Lombard-Street.
Date Published: 1780
Place Published: London
Publisher: printed for the editor; and sold no.17, two doors from Alderman-Bury, London-Wall