Broadside Ballads Online

from the Bodleian Libraries

Search again:


Your current search: Theme: Irish

Current filters: Authors: Cherry, A. (Andrew), 1762-1812(x)  
3 results found Page 1 of 1

Edition - Bod23075

Imprint Names:  Pearson, T.

Imprint Locations:  Manchester

Date  between 1850 and 1899

Imprint: T. Pearson, Printer, Chadderton Street, Oldham Road, Manchester

Series Identifier: 209

1st Ballad - Roud Number: 2558

Title: Poor Pat must emigrate

First Line: Farewell to poor old Erin's isle, I must leave you for a while

Themes:  Emigration - Irish

2nd Ballad - Roud Number: V4121

Title: Leave your Norah

First Line: You would not leave your Norah

Themes:  Emigration - Irish

3rd Ballad - Roud Number: 24928

Title: Bay of Biscay

First Line: Loud roar'd the dreadful thunder

Authors:  Cherry, A. (Andrew), 1762-1812

Themes:  Shipwreck

2806 b.10(79)

Click image to view larger

Edition - Bod6485

Imprint Names:  Conolly, C.

Imprint Locations:  Dublin

Imprint: Dublin. Printed and Published by C. Conolly, 36, Camden- Street

1st Ballad - Roud Number: V20649

Title: The adieu

First Line: We'll miss her at the morning hour

Authors:  Landon, Miss

2nd Ballad - Roud Number: V25306

Title: What is fancy?

First Line: What is fancy? can it fly

Authors:  Power, R.

3rd Ballad - Roud Number: 13867

Title: The minstrel boy

First Line: The minstrel boy to the war is gone

4th Ballad - Roud Number: V20789

Title: Farewell to the love that was aching for you

First Line: Farewell to the love that was aching for you

Authors:  Power, R.

5th Ballad - Roud Number: V31164

Title: O, Erin, the land of the fair and the bold

First Line: Fair lake, whose bright crystal of beautiful waters

Authors:  Collard, W.F.

6th Ballad - Roud Number: V12335

Title: All that's bright must fade

First Line: All that's bright must fade

Authors:  Moore

7th Ballad - Roud Number: V1625

Title: Here we meet too soon to part

First Line: Here we meet too soon to part

Authors:  Clare, John, 1793-1864

8th Ballad - Roud Number: 24928

Title: The Bay of Biscay, O

First Line: Loud roar'd the dreadful thunder

Authors:  Cherry, A. (Andrew), 1762-1812

Themes:  Shipwreck

9th Ballad

Title: For glory and for liberty

First Line: Hail to the brave! and hail to the land!

Authors:  Richardson, D.L.

Themes:  War

10th Ballad - Roud Number: V8480

Title: Mr. Barney O'Bother

First Line: When first I was married to Katty O'Connor

Themes:  Irish

11th Ballad - Roud Number: V3508

Title: How sweet are the moments when Fanny is nigh

First Line: How sweet are the moments when Fanny is nigh me

12th Ballad - Roud Number: V8953

Title: Love's gay garland's intertwine

First Line: Spring will not last, Oh! maiden mine

13th Ballad - Roud Number: V3131

Title: Oh! blame not the bard

First Line: Oh! blame not the bard, if he fly to the bowers

Themes:  Irish

14th Ballad - Roud Number: V11196

Title: The soldier's last sigh

First Line: The trumpet may summon the soldier away

Authors:  Belchambers

Themes:  Irish

15th Ballad - Roud Number: V6387

Title: Where the grassy turf

First Line: Where the grassy turf, o'erhung with willow

Themes:  May day

16th Ballad - Roud Number: V6282

Title: The Irish school

First Line: Old Teddy O'Rook kept a nice little school

Notes:  Verse and prose

Themes:  Irish

17th Ballad

Title: Farewell

First Line: Farwell; if ever fondest prayer

Authors:  Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, 1788-1824

18th Ballad - Roud Number: V7596

Title: Though I'm now a very little lad

First Line: Though I'm now a very little lad

Tune: White cockade

Performers:  Malcolm, Miss

19th Ballad - Roud Number: V7810

Title: Battle of Waterloo

First Line: There was a sound of revelry by night

Authors:  Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, 1788-1824

Themes:  Waterloo, battle of, 1815

20th Ballad - Roud Number: 1295

Title: What can a young lassie do wi' an auld man

First Line: What can a young lassie, what shall a young lassie

Authors:  Burns, Robert, 1759-1796

21st Ballad - Roud Number: 1240

Title: Old Towler

First Line: Bright chanticleer proclaims the dawn

Themes:  Hunting

22nd Ballad

Title: The widow's story

First Line: I left my friends their game to play

Authors:  Furlong

Themes:  Hunting

Edition - Bod614

Imprint Names:  Nugent, J.F. and Co.

Imprint Locations:  Dublin?

Date  between 1850 and 1899

Series Identifier: 5

1st Ballad - Roud Number: V2123

Title: Kathleen O'Regan

First Line: A boy in my teems [sic], just before I reach'd twenty

2nd Ballad - Roud Number: V12871

Title: Irish hearts for the ladies

First Line: One day madam Nature was busy

Authors:  Cherry, A. (Andrew), 1762-1812

3rd Ballad - Roud Number: 983

Title: Patrick Sheehan

First Line: My name is Patrick Sheehan my years are thirty-four

Authors:  Kickham, Charles Joseph, 1826-1882

Themes:  Soldiers

4th Ballad

Title: The old oak tree

First Line: The night was dark, cold blew the wind

Themes:  Murder

5th Ballad

Title: The soldier's dream

First Line: When the thundering of cannon died away on the air

6th Ballad - Roud Number: V1016

Title: Paddy Carey

First Line: 'Twas at the town of nate Clogheen

Themes:  Soldiers

7th Ballad - Roud Number: V29805

Title: Irishman's glory shines brighter than gold

First Line: Poets may pen the fame of each nation

Themes:  Irish

8th Ballad

Title: A new song on the real M'Coy

First Line: You lads and lasses I pray draw near I'm going to sing you a song

Themes:  Domestic strife

9th Ballad - Roud Number: 1195

Title: My grandmother's chair

First Line: My grandmother she at the age of eighty three

10th Ballad

Title: Executions of Tim Kelly

First Line: You muses mine [sic] with me combine

Themes:  Executions

11th Ballad - Roud Number: V717

Title: The green flag

First Line: Boys fill your glasses

Harding B 40(5)

Click image to view larger

3 results found Page 1 of 1

Cookie Policy

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that can be written and read by websites and stored by the browser on your computer, tablet or smartphone. They do a number of things including allowing access to some types of content and functionality to users, and collecting anonymous user information so that site owners can monitor the performance of their sites. They are a kind of "memory" for a website that can help it respond appropriately to users and user behaviour.

Cookies on this website

This website stores cookies to remember the style (colours/fonts) preference and the ones used in Google Analytics. This anonymously tracks individual visitor behaviour on the website so that we can see how the site is being used. We only use this information for monitoring and improving our website and content for the benefit of our users (you).

More information about controlling these cookies can be found at The Bodleian Libraries and Cookies page.

You can opt out of Google Analytics cookies completely (from all websites) by visiting Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on (BETA).

If you wish to have a deeper understanding about the cookies that Google uses check Cookies & Google Analytics page.