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Edition - Bod5777

Imprint Names:  Walker, G., jun.

Imprint Locations:  Durham

Date  between 1834 and 1886

Imprint: Printed and Sold wholesale by George Walker, Jun., Sadler- Street, Durham

Series Identifier: 266


1st Ballad - Roud Number: V24995

Title: The weather eye

First Line: Murphy hath a weather eye

Authors:  Montcrieff, W.T., 1794-1857

Themes:  Weather

2nd Ballad - Roud Number: V21409

Title: Queen Vic's coronation

First Line: Never since the golden days

Tune: Norah Creina

Authors:  Labern, J.

Subjects:  Victoria, Queen of Great Britain, 1819-1901

Themes:  Coronation of Victoria

3rd Ballad - Roud Number: V4723

Title: The mother's tear

First Line: Upon the tomb she sat

Tune: The soldier's tear

4th Ballad - Roud Number: V3206

Title: The robber chief

First Line: Oh, I am a robber free!

Tune: The gipsey king

Themes:  Robbery

5th Ballad - Roud Number: V758

Title: Old Ben the Yankee, or, More Jonathans!

First Line: Uncle Ben, did you never hear tell

Performers:  Spence, Tom, 1801-1884

Performance Locations:  The Theatre

Harding B 11(1218)

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Edition - Bod15554

Imprint Names:  Pitts, J.

Imprint Locations:  London

Date  between 1802 and 1819

Imprint: Printed and sold by J Pitts 14 Great Andrew-Sreet [sic], seven Dials


Ballad - Roud Number: V2964

Title: Jacob's return from London, or, His ramble to Bath

First Line: Up and down, round about all the streets I paraded

Tune: Alley Croker

Attributation: Written, and delivered by Mr. Knight, at the Theatre, Bath

Authors:  Knight, Mr.

Performers:  Knight, Mr.

Performance Locations:  The Theatre

Notes:  Verse and prose. A note explains that the character of Jacob Gawkey is from Miss Lee's comedy, \"The Chapter of Accidents\"

Harding B 2(9)

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Johnson Ballads 875

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Johnson Ballads 876

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Johnson Ballads 877

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Edition - Bod16303

Imprint Names:  [s.n.]

Imprint Locations:  [s.l.]

Date  [between 1705 and 1760]

Ballad - Roud Number: V2964

Title: Jacob's return from London, or, His ramble to Bath

First Line: Up and down, round about, al [sic] the streets I paraded

Tune: Alley Croker

Attributation: Written, and delivered by Mr. Knight, at the Theatre, Bath

Authors:  Knight, Mr.

Performers:  Knight, Mr.

Performance Locations:  The Theatre

Notes:  Verse and prose. A note explains that the character of Jacob Gawkey is from Miss Lee's comedy, \"The Chapter of Accidents\"

References:

ESTC: T29034

Themes:  Countryman in LondonSomersetshire

Harding B 2(8)

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Johnson Ballads 2589

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Edition - Bod16538

Imprint Names:  Smith

Imprint Locations:  Lincoln

Imprint: Lincoln: Printed by Smith, opposite the Corn-Hill


Ballad - Roud Number: V7625

Title: Paddy O'Blany. A favorite new song

First Line: Sure never a lad lov'd like Paddy O'Blany

Performers:  Goddard, Mr.

Performance Locations:  The Theatre

Harding B 22(230)

Notes:  Slip. Torn at top; lacking part of illustration.


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Edition - Bod17627

Imprint Names:  Walker

Imprint Locations:  Durham

Date  between 1797 and 1834

Imprint: Walker, Printer, Durham

Notes:  A photocopy of the Durham University copy

Series Identifier: 54


1st Ballad - Roud Number: V29733

Title: Catch 'em all alive, O!

First Line: My name is Tommy Tadpole, I does things with eclat

Tune: The Irish dragoon

Performers:  Coefield, Sam

Performance Locations:  The Theatre

Themes:  Street traders

2nd Ballad - Roud Number: V30295

Title: The boomerang!

First Line: Listen awhile and awl sing you a sang

Tune: Weel dune Cappy

Johnson Ballads 1575

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Edition - Bod17809

Imprint Names:  Ferguson

Imprint Locations:  London

Imprint: Ferguson, Printer, White-chapel


Ballad - Roud Number: V25788

Title: I am Yorkshire, too

First Line: By the side of a brig that stands o'er yon brook

Performers:  Emery, John, 1777-1822

Performance Locations:  The Theatre

Harding B 25(880)

Notes:  Slip


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