Sheet Notes: On the facing page is a MS note explaining the origin of the second ballad: \"Non mi recordo\" the Reply so frequently given by Theodore Majocci one of the Evidence on the part of the prosecution on the Queen's Trial. This Song was very popular & was sung thro' the streets of London & afterwards hawked all over Britain to the Admirers of Spotless innocence!
Title: The lads of Thorney moor woods
First Line: In Thorney moor woods in Nottinghamshire
Title: Non mi recordo
First Line: Theodore Majocci is my name
31AA2364: Lying on one side, with uplifted upper part of the body and leaning on the arm - AA - female human figure
33C2162: Lover (woman) alone (e.g. longing for the beloved)