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Ballad Work - Roud Number: V1561

Titles:
Perambulator; or, Dandy's hobby horse

First Lines:
In a dandy dress on a hobby horse

Themes:
Dandies

Ballad Work - Roud Number: 18381

Titles:
Dandy Pat

First Lines:
The girls all call me Dandy Pat, Dandy Pat, Dandy Pat

Subjects:
Ireland

Themes:
Dandies

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V1715

Titles:
London manners and dandy fashions

First Lines:
My mother she said, my darling boy

Subjects:
London (England)

Themes:
Dandies

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V1710

Titles:
A new song called The dandy policeman

First Lines:
Policemen kisses very funny

Themes:
Dandies

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V1566

Titles:
Iron horses; or Dandies

First Lines:
What's a dandy like? they say he's like an ape, sir

Themes:
Dandies

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V12992

Titles:
The hero of Champagne

First Lines:
Oh, view the remains of a West-end swell

Themes:
Dandies

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V1232

Titles:
The beaus of the year ninety-nine
The damsel in tears

First Lines:
As early one morning in the groves I was walking
My mother oft talk'd of the beaus of the town

Themes:
Dandies

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V6009

Titles:
The modern slap-up swell

First Lines:
I'll sing you a slap-up song, made by one who knows town well

Themes:
Dandies

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V1721

Titles:
The dandy
The dandy, O
The dandy O

First Lines:
I'm a fashionable beau, just turn'd out the newest go
I'm a fashionable beau just turn'd out the newes[t] go

Themes:
Dandies

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V10039

Titles:
The swell of creation

First Lines:
Kind friends you'll wonder who I am
Kind friends, you'll wonder who I am

Themes:
Dandies

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V7904

Titles:
Broken do[w]n swell
Broken down swell

First Lines:
I'm remembered well -- a slap-up swell

Themes:
Dandies

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V1560

Titles:
The ladies hobby horse
The dandy lady's hobby

First Lines:
Come ladies all attend I pray

Themes:
Dandies

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V1709

Titles:
The dandy hunt

First Lines:
It was near to Bristol market one night before it was dark

Subjects:
Bristol (England)

Themes:
Dandies

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V6866

Titles:
Dick. Wildfire's life in Paris

First Lines:
Of Tom and Jerry's sprees and larks

Subjects:
France

Themes:
Dandies

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V5098

Titles:
Answer to Chit chat
Chit chat. To the gentlemen
Repartee; the encore to Chit chat

First Lines:
The satiric song of chit chat I mean now to reverse
The satiric song of \"Chit chat\" I mean now to reverse

Themes:
Dandies
Fashions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V710

Titles:
Dashing Jerry

First Lines:
What d'ye think of London town

Themes:
Dandies
Countryman in London

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V9576

Titles:
The rake's complaint in limbo
The rakes complaint in limbo

First Lines:
Once I was great but little I'm grown
Once I was great, but little I'm grown

Themes:
Debt
Prostitution
Dandies

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V9582

Titles:
Answer to ladies crinolines
Answer to ladies' crinoline

First Lines:
Come all you young ladies and listen a while
Come all you young ladies and listen awhile

Themes:
Dandies
Crinolines
Fashions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V243

Titles:
Bill Bounce the swell cove, out of luck
Bill Bounce the swell cove now in luck
Bill Bounce the swell cove out o' luck

First Lines:
Have you heard of the news concerning Bill Bounce
In London town there once did dwell

Themes:
Poverty
Wealth
Dandies

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V761

Titles:
I'm quite the ladies' man
I'm quite a lady's man
I'm quite a ladies' man
I'm quite a ladieg' [sic] man

First Lines:
I am a ladies' man -- in fact
I'm quite a ladies man, in fact
I'm quite a ladies' man, in fact, the belles they all declare
I'm quite a ladies' man -- in fact

Themes:
Crockford's, club (London, England)
Dandies

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V1717

Titles:
The dandy servant
The wedding of dandy servants!
The dandy servants

First Lines:
Ye braw decent women I'll sing you a song
Ye braw decent women, I'll sing you a sang
Ye braw decenent [sic] women I'll sing you a song

Themes:
Emigration
Fashions
Education
Servants
Dandies

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V1711

Titles:
A new song, called The dandy, or, a Peep at high life
Dandy O
The dandy, or, a Peep at high life
The dandy O!

First Lines:
I'se a poor simple clown, and just come from town
Ise a poor simple clown, and just come from town
I'm but a simple clown
I'm a poor simple clown

Subjects:
Wellington, Arthur Wellesley, Duke of, 1769-1852

Themes:
Soldiers
Duelling
Dandies
Singing
Fashions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V501

Titles:
Collier swell
The collier swell
Blooming sweet lass o'the vale
The blooming sweet lass of the vale
A new song called The blooming sweet lass of the vale

First Lines:
One evening by sweet Carrick Mannan this beautiful maid did repose
One evening the blackbird melodious
I used to be a vulgar clown, with cash and money short in
One evening the blackbird melodious, those innocent notes she did sing

Subjects:
France

Themes:
Dining
Social status
Religious controversy - Ireland
Dandies

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V5084

Titles:
The new Caroline. Or A trip to Brighton

First Lines:
All the fashions and rank now to Brighton will go

Subjects:
Brighton (England)

Themes:
Society
Coaching
French - Great Britain
Dandies

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V1718

Titles:
The dandy Broadway swell
The dandy and the exquisite; a new song

First Lines:
You talk ob dandy niggers, but you neber saw dis croon
As dandies are now all the go
You talk of dandy niggers

Themes:
Blackface minstrelsy
Fashions
Lotteries
Tradesmen
Dandies

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