Slip. Appears also in a sheet of three ballads; see Harding B 19(8)
Viewing: Firth c.14(123)
Firth c.14(123) is cropped along top edge.
Ballad - Roud Number: 3027
Title: A new song called the Black Horse
First Line: Come all you airy bachelors, a warning take by me
41A16: Rural housing, e.g. country-house, villa, cottage
31AA2511(+81): Arm raised upward - AA - both arms or hands (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
31D11221: Boy (child between toddler and youth)
43B411: Climbing up a tree
25G3(APPLE-TREE): Trees: apple-tree
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