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Ballad Work - Roud Number: V3826

Titles:
A new song called The dickey shirts and Jenny Lind hats

First Lines:
Come all you young females, I hope you will draw near

Themes:
Fashions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V1280

Titles:
Waist and extravagance; or, How to change a sovereign

First Lines:
Ye lads and lasses list to me, I'll sing to you a ditty

Themes:
Fashions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V7082

Titles:
The young girls dress caps

First Lines:
Come all you young fellows I hope you'l draw near

Themes:
Fashions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V2183

Titles:
A hint on the fashions

First Lines:
Good people all I pray attend
Good people all I pray attend and listen here awhile

Themes:
Fashions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V5104

Titles:
A flounce to your gown
The flounced gowns
Flounc'd gown
Flounce to your gown
A new flounce to your gown

First Lines:
Of all the gay fashions you daily do see
Of all the gay fashions we daily do see

Themes:
Fashions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V1716

Titles:
The dandy petticoat

First Lines:
Good folks have you all heard the news
Good folks, have you all heard the news
Good folks have you heard the news

Themes:
Fashions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V6893

Titles:
A new song called Sallys lament for her hat and crinoline!

First Lines:
You ladies pay attantion [sic] to a verse or two I'll sing

Themes:
Fashions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V5097

Titles:
Chit chat. To the ladies
Chit chat

First Lines:
Pretty little damsels how they chat
Pretty little damsels, how they chat

Themes:
Fashions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V6105

Titles:
Advice to the maidens of London: to forsake their fantastical top-knots

First Lines:
Now you young females that follows the mode

Themes:
Fashions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V13958

Titles:
A new song called The new pedigree of the buttermilk dames

First Lines:
Come all you young fellows wherever you be

Themes:
Fashions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V2175

Titles:
Ribbons stuck in the cap border

First Lines:
Good people attend I will sing you a song

Themes:
Fashions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V8204

Titles:
My granny was
The broker

First Lines:
About twenty years ago, Alley Croker made a great noise
The ladies all can best approve

Themes:
Fashions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: 21416

Titles:
Rory O'More's description of London, the fashions, &c
Rory O'More's description of London fashions

First Lines:
I pray give attention, high, low, rich, and poor
I pray give attention, high, low, rich and poor

Themes:
Fashions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V4879

Titles:
All through a Dolly Varden

First Lines:
Attend kind friends awhile

Themes:
Fashions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V1706

Titles:
Oyster-shell bonnet and dandy chignon
Oyster-Shell Bonnet and Dandy Chingnon
Oyster-Shell Bonnet and the Dandy Chingnon

First Lines:
Of all the queer fasbions [sic] you ever did see
Of all the queer fashions you ever did see
Of all the quare fashions you ever did see

Themes:
Fashions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V8358

Titles:
Funny eye, or, Female fashions

First Lines:
You batchelors both far and near

Themes:
Fashions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: 23628

Titles:
The Dolly Varden hats

First Lines:
Come, dear, don't fear, try and cut a shine
Come dear, don't fear, try and cut a shine
Come, dear, don't fear try and cut a shine

Themes:
Fashions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V1707

Titles:
The dandy bonnet
Dandy bonnet

First Lines:
Ye pretty maidens lend an ear
You pretty maidens lend an ear

Themes:
Fashions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V4714

Titles:
The flare-up mutches

First Lines:
The summer is now bay

Themes:
Fashions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V7075

Titles:
A touch on the dresses

First Lines:
Come listen you blithesome young lasses
Come listen you blithsome young lasses

Themes:
Fashions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V3091

Titles:
What are the wild waves saying
What are the wild waves saying?
Aunt Betty's days

First Lines:
What are the wild waves saying
Good people give attention and listen to my rhymes

Subjects:
Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870

Themes:
Fashions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V14297

Titles:
Two shilling suit

First Lines:
Come all you young fellows & list unto me

Themes:
Fashions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V3405

Titles:
A parody on The habit-shirt
A parody on The habit shirt

First Lines:
To wear the breeches, ladies all

Themes:
Fashions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V7085

Titles:
A new song call'd The lady's new fasios [sic] or The girls dress caps

First Lines:
Come all you young fellows I hope you'l draw near

Themes:
Fashions

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V3404

Titles:
The habit shirt
A new song called the Habit shirts

First Lines:
'Tis through the village blithe and gay
Through the village blythe and gay

Themes:
Fashions

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