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Edition - Bod4176

Imprint Names:  Nugent, J.F. & Co.

Imprint Locations:  Dublin

Date  between 1850 and 1899

Imprint: Nugent & co., Printers 35, New-row, Dublin

Series Identifier: 10


1st Ballad - Roud Number: V14298

Title: The sorrowful lamentation of the two brothers Mastersons

First Line: You feeling christians both one and all

2nd Ballad - Roud Number: V1171

Title: Napoleon Buonaparte

First Line: I am Napoleon Boneparte the conqueror of nations

Subjects:  Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821

3rd Ballad - Roud Number: 1162

Title: The bonny labouring boy

First Line: As I roved out one morning

Notes:  Appears also, but with different illustrations, in 2806 b.9(252) and Harding B 19(17) and Harding B 19(18)

4th Ballad - Roud Number: V1396

Title: Sorrowful lamentation on the loss of The North Star

First Line: You landsmen all, on you I call, and gallant seamen too

Themes:  Shipwreck

5th Ballad - Roud Number: 408

Title: The farmers lucky boy

First Line: The sun is set beyond yon hill

Themes:  Farmers

6th Ballad - Roud Number: V7304

Title: A new and admired song called The old settoo

First Line: You gentlemcn [sic] and muses around me sit

Notes:  2806 c.15(5) is another issue of this ballad alone Harding B 26(482) is another issue of this ballad alone

7th Ballad - Roud Number: V12717

Title: I'm off for Charlestown

First Line: My massa and my missus dey am both gone away

Themes:  Blackface minstrelsy

8th Ballad - Roud Number: V4083

Title: Lines written on a discussion between a Protestant gentleman and a Roman catholic lady, in Townly hall, near Drogheda

First Line: As I roved out one evening on the 20th of July

Notes:  Appears also in Harding B 19(64)

Themes:  Religious controversy - Ireland

9th Ballad - Roud Number: 5215

Title: A new song called the Can of spring water

First Line: One evening in May as I carelessly strayed

Notes:  The same setting of type as 2806 b.11(136) and in Harding B 19(64) but with a different illustration.

10th Ballad - Roud Number: V8582

Title: My Erin O!

First Line: The sultry climes of foreign shores

Notes:  Appears also, but with a different illustration, in Harding B 19(67)

Themes:  Ireland

11th Ballad - Roud Number: V24591

Title: A new song called I'm a janius

First Line: When I first saw light on a shiney [sic] night in a country town called Gorey

Notes:  Appears also, but with a different illustration, in a sheet of three; see Harding B 19(59)

12th Ballad - Roud Number: 239

Title: The handsome cabin boy

First Line: It's of a pretty fair maid as you may understand

Themes:  Women sailors

Firth b.27(109/110)


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Edition - Bod4428

Imprint Names:  Nugent, J.F. and Co.

Imprint Locations:  Dublin?

Date  between 1850 and 1899

Series Identifier: 8


1st Ballad - Roud Number: 1189

Title: The grand conversation on Napoleon

First Line: It was over that wild beaten track, a friend of old Buonaparte

Subjects:  Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821

2nd Ballad - Roud Number: V33020

Title: The lady's petycoat

First Line: Concerning the fashions I will let you hear

Notes:  Appears also, but with a different illustration, in a sheet of twelve; see Firth b.27(11/12)

Themes:  Fashions

3rd Ballad - Roud Number: V4083

Title: Lines written on a discussion between a Protestant boy, and a catholic girl near Dundalk, county Louth

First Line: As I roved out one evening in the spring eime [sic] of the year

Notes:  Appears also in Firth b.27(11/12)

Themes:  Religious controversy - Ireland

4th Ballad - Roud Number: 515

Title: Donald's return to Glencoe

First Line: As I was walking one evening of late

5th Ballad - Roud Number: V10489

Title: The felon's return to his native land

First Line: Thrice hail lovely Erin, the land of my sire

Themes:  Ireland

6th Ballad - Roud Number: V15103

Title: Donnelly and Oliver

First Line: You muses I beg you will lend me your aid

Themes:  Prizefighting

7th Ballad - Roud Number: 906

Title: The sweet silver light, bonny moon

First Line: As I went to my cot at the close of the day

8th Ballad - Roud Number: V183

Title: Beautiful bells

First Line: Beautiful, beautiful, fairy-like bells

Themes:  Bells

9th Ballad - Roud Number: V8895

Title: The collier lads, who labour under ground

First Line: Come, attend awhile, you workmen, wherever you may be

Themes:  Coalmines and mining

10th Ballad - Roud Number: V1045

Title: The river Roe

First Line: I espied a lovely fair one, and her did not know

Notes:  Appears also, but with a different illustration, in a sheet of twelve; see Firth b.27(11/12)

11th Ballad - Roud Number: 3005

Title: Nell Flagherty's drake

First Line: My name it is Nell quite candid I tell

Harding B 40(8)

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Edition - Bod1930

Imprint Names:  Nugent, J.F. & Co.

Imprint Locations:  Dublin

1st Ballad - Roud Number: 2560

Title: My boughleen dhoun

First Line: You muses, why absent from me?

Themes:  Soldiers

2nd Ballad - Roud Number: V33020

Title: The lady's petycoat

First Line: Concerning the fashions I will let you hear

Themes:  Fashions

3rd Ballad - Roud Number: V4083

Title: Lines written on a discussion, between a Protestant boy, and a catholic girl, near Dundalk, county Louth

First Line: As I roved out one evening in the spring eime [sic] of the year

Themes:  Religious controversy - Ireland

2806 b.9(256)

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Edition - Bod5188

Imprint Names:  Nugent, J.F. & Co.

Imprint Locations:  Dublin

Date  between 1850 and 1899

Imprint: John F. Nugent, & Co., Steam-Machine Printers, 35, New-Row West, Dublin

Notes:  Part of a sheet of four ballads; see Firth b.25(591).


Ballad - Roud Number: V4083

Title: Lines written on a Discussion, between a Protestant boy, and a catholic girl, near Dundalk, county Louth

First Line: As I roved out one evening in the spring eime [sic] of the year

Themes:  Religious controversy - Ireland

2806 c.8(82)

Notes:  Slip.


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2806 c.15(44)

Notes:  Slip.


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Edition - Bod5477

Imprint Names:  Nugent, J.F. & Co.

Imprint Locations:  Dublin

Date  between 1850 and 1899

Imprint: John F. Nugent & Co., Printers and Publishers, 35, New-Row, West Dublin

Notes:  Appears also in a sheet of two ballads; see Harding B 19(64).


Ballad - Roud Number: V4083

Title: Lines written on a discussion between a Protestant gentleman and a Roman catholic lady, in Townley hall, near Drogheda

First Line: As I roved out one evening on the 20th of July

Themes:  Religious controversy - Ireland

2806 c.15(45)

Notes:  Slip.


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Edition - Bod6872

Imprint Names:  Nugent, J.F. & Co.

Imprint Locations:  Dublin

Date  [1862]

Imprint: John F. Nugent, and co., steam-machine printers, 35, New-row west, Dublin


1st Ballad - Roud Number: V34349

Title: Old Christmas is come

First Line: Old Christmas again shows his white frosted head

Themes:  Christmas

2nd Ballad - Roud Number: V3946

Title: A new song on the royal wedding

First Line: Good peoplc [sic] draw near and attend for awhilo [sic]

Subjects:  Edward VII, King of Great Britain, 1841-1910

3rd Ballad - Roud Number: 476

Title: Brennan on the moor

First Line: It's of a fearless highwayman a story I will tell

Themes:  Highwaymen

4th Ballad - Roud Number: V4083

Title: Lines written on a discussion between a Protestant boy, and a catholic girl, near Dundalk, county Louth

First Line: As I roved out one evening in the spring eime [sic] of the year

Notes:  Appears also in Firth b.27(11/12)

Themes:  Religious controversy - Ireland

Firth b.25(591)

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Harding B 19(26)

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Edition - Bod3785

Imprint Names:  Nugent, J.F. & Co.

Imprint Locations:  Dublin

Notes:  Part of a sheet of twelve. See Firth b.27(109/110).


1st Ballad - Roud Number: V12717

Title: I'm off for Charlestown

First Line: My massa and my missus dey am both gone away

Themes:  Blackface minstrelsy

2nd Ballad - Roud Number: V4083

Title: Lines written on a discussion between a Protestant gentleman and a Roman catholic lady, in Townley hall, near Drogheda

First Line: As I roved out one evening on the 20th of July

Themes:  Religious controversy - Ireland

2806 b.9(251)

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Edition - Bod3875

Imprint Names:  Nugent, J.F. & Co.

Imprint Locations:  Dublin

Date  between 1850 and 1899

Imprint: John F. Nugent & Co., Printers and Publishers, 35, New-Row, West Dublin


1st Ballad - Roud Number: V4083

Title: Lines written on a discussion between a Protestant gentleman and a Roman Catholic lady, in Townly hall, near Drogheda

First Line: As I roved out one evening on the 20th of July

Notes:  Appears also in a sheet of twelve; see Firth b.27(109/110)

Themes:  Religious controversy - Ireland

2nd Ballad - Roud Number: 5215

Title: A new song called the Can of spring water

First Line: One evening in May as I carelessly strayed

Notes:  The same setting of type as 2806 b.11(136) and Firth b.27(109/ 110) but with a different illustration.

Harding B 19(64)

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Edition - Bod20629

Imprint Names:  [s.n.]

Imprint Locations:  [s.l.]

Ballad - Roud Number: V4083

Title: The pride of Dundalk town

First Line: As I walked out one evening, in the spring time of the year

Themes:  Religious controversy - Ireland

2806 b.10(147)

Notes:  Slip


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Edition - Bod21262

Imprint Names:  Haly

Imprint Locations:  Cork

Date  18--

Imprint: Haly Printer Cork


Ballad - Roud Number: V4083

Title: A discussion between a Protestant gentleman and a Roman catholic lady, in Townly hall, near Drogheda

First Line: As I roved out one evening on the 20th of July

Themes:  Religious controversy - Ireland

2806 c.8(78)

Notes:  Slip


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Edition - Bod23668

Imprint Names:  Nugent, J.F. & Co.

Imprint Locations:  Dublin

Date  between 1850 and 1899

Imprint: John F. Nugent & co., Printers, 35, New-row west Dublin


1st Ballad - Roud Number: V4362

Title: Miss Pepper's brigade

First Line: You gents of this city attend for awhile

Subjects:  Dublin (Ireland)

2nd Ballad - Roud Number: V3050

Title: The wonders of the illuminations

First Line: Good people all I pray have patience

Subjects:  Dublin (Ireland)

Themes:  Dublin illuminations for the wedding of the prince of Wales1863

3rd Ballad - Roud Number: V27154

Title: Ireland's unrelenting chains

First Line: The boat swings to a rusty chain

Themes:  Ireland

4th Ballad - Roud Number: 8231

Title: Dixey's land

First Line: I wish I was in the land of cotton

Authors:  Buckley, Frederick, 1833-1864

Themes:  Blackface minstrelsy

5th Ballad - Roud Number: 13468

Title: The Irish harvest men's triumph

First Line: We sailed away from the quay and never received a shock

6th Ballad - Roud Number: V33020

Title: The lady's petycoat

First Line: Concerning the fashions I will let you hear

Themes:  Fashions

7th Ballad - Roud Number: V4083

Title: Lines written on a discussion between a Protestant boy, and a catholic girl, near Dundalk, county Louth

First Line: As I roved out one evening in the spring eime [sic] of the year

Notes:  The same setting of type as Firth b.25(591)

Themes:  Religious controversy - Ireland

8th Ballad - Roud Number: 2734

Title: An admired song called Youghal harbour

First Line: As I roved out of a summer's morning

9th Ballad - Roud Number: V23109

Title: The English prize-fighter and the American champion

First Line: Come all you Irish heroes bold who're fond of liberty

Themes:  Prizefighting

10th Ballad - Roud Number: V7930

Title: My colleen dhas crutha na mbo [sic]

First Line: T'was on a fine summer's morning

11th Ballad - Roud Number: V1045

Title: The river Roe

First Line: I espied a lovely fair one, and her did not know

12th Ballad - Roud Number: V35084

Title: Peace and flourishing trade

First Line: Good people, now listen to what I do say

Notes:  Harding B 26(509) is another issue of this ballad alone

Themes:  Crimean War, 1853-1856

Firth b.27(11/12)


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