Rosanna; The Oxford Tragedy / In Two Parts. Part I.--How Fair Rosanna, of the City of Oxford, was by a young Gentleman betrayed of her virginity. Part II.-- His cruelty in murdering her, and how a rose-bush sprung upon her grave, which blossoms all the year through; and how the murder came to be found out, by his cropping the rose, &c.
Glasgow: "Printed for the Booksellers" n.d. [ca. 1860?].
No. 20 printed at foot of title. Title with woodcut vigentt of "Fair Rosanna".  pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Single sheet folded twice; unopened, and unbound. A little dusty and wrinkled, otherise very good. Item #214168