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Date
    1805

Notes:

An engraving


Series Identifier:

402



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Viewing: Harding B 10(49)

Ballad - Roud Number: V17018

Title: The much admir'd Irish love song What call have you Ned

First Line: O what a dainty fine thing is the girl I love

Performers:  Stewart, Mr.

Performance Locations:  Dublin


Illustration

IconClass Codes:
11Q712: Church (exterior)
31A2543: Gripping someone by the hand or the wrist; clasped hands
41A711: Table
31AA533: Styles of hairdress - AA - ~ women
33C21: Courting
41C741(+1): Pipe ~ tobacco (+ taking (particular) foodstuffs: eating, drinking, smoking, chewing, etc.)
41B31: Candle
32B311(IRISH): Europeans (with NAME)
41D212: Coat, cape
41D211: Dress, gown
41D221: Head-gear
31A235: Sitting figure
41D2332: Shoes, sandals
41C326: Jar, jug (used as drinking-vessel)
41C322: Mug, beaker, goblet
41D222: Neck-gear ~ clothing
11P3121: Priest (Roman Catholic)
42D12: The consent (of marriage)
25G4(CLOVER): Plants and herbs: clover



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