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raredance Songbook Indexing: 19th Century Songbooks (133* d) Index: Popular English Ballads, Ancient and Modern 14 Jan 09

Popular English Ballads, Ancient and Modern

chosen by R Brimley Johnson

1894 (no music)


Adam Bel, Clym of the Clough, and William of Cloudesle, 114.
Battle of Otterbourne, the, 184.
Blind Beggar's Daughter of Bednall Green, 26.
Bonny Earl of Murray, the, 69.
Bonny lass of Anglesea, the, 191
Brave Earl Brand, the, 144.
Broomfield Hill, the, 230.
Captain Car, or Edom. o' Gordon, 178.
Chevy Chase, 12,
Child Waters, 96
Children in the Wood, the, 84.
Clerk Colvill, or The Mermaid, 194.
Cospatrick, 214.
Cruel Brother, the, 207.
Earl Richard, or The Knight and the Shepherd's Daughter, 103
Edom 0' Gordon, or Captain Car, 178.
Edward, Edward, 79.
Fair Janet, 198.
Fair Helen, 205.
Fair Margaret and Sweet William, 75
Fire of Frendraught, the, 244.
Gipsy Laddie, the, 64.
Glasgerion, 70.
Hugh of Lincoln, 91.
Hunting of the Cheviot, the, 12.
Jock o' the side, 237
Knight and The Shepherd's Daughter, the, or Earl Richard, 103.
Lady Isabel and The Elf-Knight, 196.
Lamkin, 210.
Leoffricus, 58.
Little Musgrave and Lady Barnard, 3.
Lord Thomas and Fair Annet, 52
Mermaid, the, or Clerk Colvill, 194.
Nut-brown Maid, the, 148.
Old Robin of Portingale, 172.
Robin Hood and Guy of Gisborne,         161.
Robin Hood's Death and Burial, 146.
Sir Andrew Barton, 38.
Sir Patrick Spence, 94.
There was a Maid came out of Kent, 144.
Three Ravens, the, 1
Twa Sisters, the, 8.
Waly, waly, but love be bonny, 67
Wee, wee man, the, 191.
William and Marjorie, 61.
Young Johnstone, 232.
Young Tam Lin, the, 220
Young Waters, 82.

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