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368 Indiana University Publications, Folklore Series
"Fuller and Warren." Contributed by Mrs. Mary J. Shriver, of East St. Louis, Illinois. Learned in Warrick County, Indiana. November 30, 1935. Twelve four-line stanzas. Like A,
"Fuller and Warren." Sent in by Mr. M. L. Lasher, of Chicago, Illinois. Learned about fifty years ago in Perry County, Indiana, from the singing of Mr. Henry Sprinkle. November 16, 1935. Eight four-line stanzas. Like B, but has one slightly different stanza.
Ten thousand spectators were assembled there, And many were the teardrops from the eye;
It's an ignominious death for to hang up in the air Like Haman, on the gallows so high.
"Fuller and Warren." Sent in by Mrs. Kate Milner Rabb. Obtained in 1925 from Mrs. Ada Fenley, of Greensburg, Indiana. Decatur County. September 6, 1935. Six four-line stanzas.
"Brave Fuller." Communicated by Mrs. James Williams, of Oakland City, Indiana. Gibson County. September 18, 1935. Three stanzas.

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