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Ballad Work - Roud Number: V8895

Titles:
The collier lads, who labour under ground

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

Themes:
Coalmines and mining

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V7867

Titles:
The collier's hymn

First Lines:
Come all you humble and Christian colliers

Themes:
Coalmines and mining
Religion

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V7871

Titles:
Lines on the terrible colliery explosion near Barnsley loss of 120 lives

First Lines:
Oh, list to this awful and heartrending tale

Subjects:
Barnsley (England)
Worsborough (England)

Themes:
Coalmines and mining
Explosions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V502

Titles:
Brave collier lads
The brave collier lads

First Lines:
As I walked forth one summer's morn, all in the month of June
As I walk'd out one summer morn, all in the month of june

Themes:
Coalmines and mining

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V8322

Titles:
Geo. Leybourne's new song of the Lancashire lass
The Lancashire lass
Lancashire miners

First Lines:
You may talk of young girls, but none can surpass
There's a lot of jolly miners, as you soon shall hear

Themes:
Coalmines and mining

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V7870

Titles:
On the Hartley colliery accident

First Lines:
The North Seas dash on their rocky strand

Themes:
Coalmines and mining

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V7872

Titles:
Lines on the accidents & colliery explosions that took place in South Wales and Yorkshire on Saturday and Monday, Dec. 4th and 5th [1875]

First Lines:
Oh! what are those dreadful tidings

Themes:
Coalmines and mining

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V7878

Titles:
The lamentation, of twenty-five poor colliers, who were stopped up in a coal-pit ... at the Haussees colliery, Shropshire .. Hymn, composed for the occasion, and sung over them
The sorrowful lamentation of thirty-six poor colliers, who were stopped up in a coal-pit ... at Black Park, near Chirk, in Shropshire .. Hymn composed for the occasion, and sung over them

First Lines:
Stay, travellers, and shed a tear
Stay travellers and shed a tear

Themes:
Coalmines and mining

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V4180

Titles:
Jolly collier lads

First Lines:
You sons of Great Britannia

Themes:
Coalmines and mining

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V1926

Titles:
Patient Joe, or The Newcastle collier
Patient Joe; or, The Newcastle collier
Patient Joe; or, the Newcastle collier

First Lines:
Have you heard of a collier of honest renown

Themes:
Coalmines and mining

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V7879

Titles:
The collier's defence

First Lines:
Oh! dear o' me what fearful cries, from left to right we hear

Themes:
Coalmines and mining

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V14041

Titles:
The pitman's dream

First Lines:
Aye, lad! I recollect the night

Themes:
Coalmines and mining

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V7863

Titles:
Collier lass
The collier lass

First Lines:
My name is Polly Parker, I'm come o'er from Worsley
My name's Polly Parker, I've come o'er from Worsley

Themes:
Coalmines and mining

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V10187

Titles:
Why are coals so dear?

First Lines:
Kind friends if you will listen

Themes:
Coalmines and mining

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V7866

Titles:
The collier's new hymn
The collier's hymn
The colliers hymn

First Lines:
Each feeling heart pray lend an ear

Subjects:
Oswestry (England)
Wigan (England)

Themes:
Coalmines and mining
Explosions

Edition - Bod4972

Imprint Names:  Marshall, J.Hazard, S.White, R.

Imprint Locations:  LondonBathLondon

Date  [1795]

Imprint: Sold by J. Marshall ... No. 17, Queen Street, Cheapside, and No. 4, Aldermary Church-Yard, and R. White, Piccadilly, London. By S. Hazard ... Bath

Notes:  2803 b.1(4) is another edition.

Series Identifier: Cheap repository


Ballad - Roud Number: V1926

Title: Patient Joe; or, the Newcastle collier

First Line: Have you heard of a collier of honest renown

Authors:  More, Hannah, 1745-1833

References:

ESTC: T43772

Themes:  Coalmines and mining

Johnson Ballads fol. 184

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Vet. A5 a.15(22)

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Edition - Bod1316

Imprint Names:  Harkness, J.

Imprint Locations:  Preston

Date  between 1840 and 1866

Imprint: J. Harkness, Printer, 121, & 122 Church Street, Office, 4, North Road Preston

Series Identifier: 134


1st Ballad - Roud Number: V7863

Title: The collier lass

First Line: My name is Polly Parker, I'm come o'er from Worsley

Themes:  Coalmines and mining

2nd Ballad - Roud Number: V5330

Title: A new song in praise of George Donaldson. The champion of the light weights

First Line: Come all you sporting lively lads wherever that you be

Themes:  Wrestling

2806 c.13(180)

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Edition - Bod1367

Imprint Names:  s.n.

Imprint Locations:  s.l.

Ballad - Roud Number: V29969

Title: The sufferings of John Brown

First Line: You brave sons of Scotland I hope you will attend

Themes:  Coalmines and mining

2806 c.14(126)

Notes:  Slip


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Edition - Bod5060

Imprint Names:  Fortey, W.S.

Imprint Locations:  London

Date  between 1882 and 1901

Imprint: W.S. Fortey Printer & Publisher, 4, Great St. Andrew Street, Bloomsbury, London

Notes:  Harding B 11(2167) is another edition.


Ballad - Roud Number: V503

Title: Little Jim, the collier boy

First Line: The cottage was a thatched one

Themes:  Coalmines and mining

Johnson Ballads 427

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Edition - Bod926

Imprint Names:  Wrighton, D.

Imprint Locations:  Birmingham

Date  between 1812 and 1830

Imprint: D. Wrighton, Printer, Snow Hill, Birmingham

Notes:  Part of a sheet of two ballads; see Harding B 11(642).


Ballad - Roud Number: V31660

Title: The colier [sic], a new song

First Line: I am a collier 'tis true, I love a full quart

Themes:  Coalmines and mining

Harding B 25(396)

Notes:  Slip.


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[Rare books 24]

Notes:  Slip.

Edition - Bod982

Imprint Names:  Swindells

Imprint Locations:  Manchester

Date  between 1796 and 1853

Imprint: Swindells, Printer


1st Ballad - Roud Number: V8322

Title: Lancashire miners

First Line: There's a lot of jolly miners, as you soon shall hear

Themes:  Coalmines and mining

2nd Ballad - Roud Number: V8313

Title: Lancashire Dick

First Line: It is now for a new song, gentlemen all

Harding B 28(107)

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Edition - Bod6302

Imprint Names:  Marshall, J.Hazard, S.White, R.

Imprint Locations:  LondonBathLondon

Date  between 1784 and 1807

Imprint: Sold by S. Hazard, (Printer to the Cheap Repository ...) at Bath; By J. Marshall, Printer to the Cheap Repository, No. 17, Queen-Street, Cheap-Side, and No. 4, Aldermary Church- Yard; and R. White, Piccadilly, London

Notes:  Johnson Ballads fol. 184 is another edition.

Series Identifier: Cheap repository


Ballad - Roud Number: V1926

Title: Patient Joe, or The Newcastle collier

First Line: Have you heard of a collier of honest renown

Authors:  More, Hannah, 1745-1833

Themes:  Coalmines and mining

2803 b.1(4)

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Edition - Bod6504

Imprint Names:  Disley, H.

Imprint Locations:  London

Date  between 1860 and 1883

Imprint: H. Disley, Printer, 57, High street, St. Giles, London


1st Ballad - Roud Number: 3502

Title: Down in a coal mine

First Line: In me you see a collier, a simple honest man

Themes:  Coalmines and mining

2nd Ballad

Title: I'll be all smiles to-night

First Line: I'll deck my brow with flowers, the false one will be there

3rd Ballad - Roud Number: V5574

Title: Mother's far away

First Line: One cold winter's night my dear mother died

Themes:  Orphans

Firth b.25(137)

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Harding B 11(1698)

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Edition - Bod2690

Imprint Names:  [s.n.]

Imprint Locations:  [s.l.]

Date  [1875]

Notes:  With a prose account.


Ballad - Roud Number: V7871

Title: Lines on the terrible colliery explosion near Barnsley loss of 120 lives

First Line: Oh, list to this awful and heartrending tale

Subjects:  Barnsley (England)Worsborough (England)

Themes:  Coalmines and miningExplosions

Harding B 11(649)

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Harding B 13(225)

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Johnson Ballads 2647

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Edition - Bod3343

Imprint Names:  Harkness, J.

Imprint Locations:  Preston

Date  between 1840 and 1866

Series Identifier: 1069


1st Ballad - Roud Number: 3502

Title: Down in a coal mine

First Line: In me you see a collier, a simple honest man

Themes:  Coalmines and mining

2nd Ballad - Roud Number: V3903

Title: Happy Irish Dan

First Line: I'm a darling Irish boy

Harding B 20(43)

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