Manuscript Number Ballad Title Alternative Title First Two Lines Comes With (Other songs on same sheet) Printer Address Roud Number Is The Broadside Illustrated Link To Other Texts? Link To Audio? Archival Data
Mu23-y1:002 Elegy (Theatre Royal, Dunlop Street, Fire).

N/A

"Give ear all ye of feeling heart / Unto this tale of woe-"

None

D. Scott Unknown.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:003 The Queens Welcome To The Clyde.

N/A

"Hail, happy morn! Auspicious day, / When Clyde’s romantic shores are gay"

None

William Love Glasgow,
5 Nelson St.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:004 Royal Visit.

N/A

"Victoria’s come so the West at last, / ‘Midst cannons’ roar and trumpet’s blast,"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:005 Economise.

N/A

"While onward move the fleeting hours of life, / Flee dissipation’s paths, make no delay:"

Let Joy Abound.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:005 Let Joy Abound.

N/A

"Let Joy abound, a glorious time is now! / Improvement marches on in peaceful ways;"

Economise.

Unknown Unknown.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:006 One Glass More.

N/A

"Stay, mortal stay! Nor heedless thus / Thy sure destruction seal:"

None

Robert Harriston Glasgow,
29 Jamaica St.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:007 Lament Of Andrew Hamilton.

N/A

"As down by the banks of the clear winding Avon, / I happen’d to wander one morning in spring;"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:007 Lamentation Of Archibald Hare.

N/A

"In Glasgow dreary dungeons, heart broken I murmer / When I think on the pleasure in youth I have spent;"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:008 Lament Of Archibald Hare.

N/A

"Draw near y good people, and hear my sad story, / In the dark cell of horror in chains I now lie-"

None

Bristow Glasgow,
203 Gallowgate.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:008 The Rambler From Clair.

N/A

"The first of my courtships that ever was known, / I straight took my way to the county Tyrone,"

None

Unknown Unknown

1531

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:009 Lucy’s Flittin.

N/A

"Twas when the wan leaf frae the birk-tree was falling, / Martimas dowie had wound up the year,"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y1:009 Burns And Highland Mary.

 

N/A

In green Caledonia there ne’er were twa lovers, / Sae enraptured and happy in each ither’s arms,"

None

J. Bristow Glasgow,
203 Gallowgate.

N/A

No

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y1:010 Rosy Anderson.

N/A

"High Marshall was a gentleman as ever lived on earth, / He courted Rosy Anderson a lady into Perth,"

None

Unknown Glasgow,
271 Gallowgate.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:010 The Glasgow Factory Lass.

N/A

"As I walked out one morning fair along the banks of Clyde, / A maiden fair without compare, by chance its there I spied:"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:011 Woman The Joy And Pride Of The Land.

N/A

"Come married and single, together pray mingle, / And listen a-while to these lines I relate,"

None

J. Bristow Glasgow,
203 Gallowgate.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:011 Uncle Ned’s Ghost.

N/A

"You’ve heard of a nigger whom they call Uncle Ned / He’s left this place long ago,"

None

Bristow Glasgow,
203 Gallowgate.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:012 The Drunkard’s Child.

N/A

"In taking a walk on a cold winter day, / By hill side and valley I careless did stray,"

None

Bristow Glasgow,
203 Gallowgate.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:012 Meet Me On The Gowan Lea.

N/A

"When the sun sinks in the west, / An’ nature a’ has gane to rest,"

None

J. Bristow Glasgow,
203 Gallowgate.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:013 The Oul Bog Hole.

N/A

"The pig is in the mire, and the cow is on the grass, / And a man without a woman is no better than an ass;"

None

J. Bristow Glasgow,
203 Gallowgate.

N/A

Yes

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y1:013 Donald And His Mither.

N/A

"Come my lass, and be nae blate, / And I will be your guard forever,"

None

J. Bristow Glasgow,
203 Gallowgate.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:014 Highland Jane.

N/A

"As I walk’d out one morning fair, / Being in the pleasant month of June,"

None

J. Bristow Glasgow,
203 Gallowgate.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:014 Of A’ The Airts The Win’ Can Blaw.

N/A

"Of a the airts the win’ can blaw, I dearly like the west / For there the bonnie lassie lives, the lass that I lo’e best,"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:015 The Pitman’s Union.

N/A

"It’s on the 5th of April, the days were long and clear, / So bright did shine the sun, and how cool did blow the air;"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:015 The Blooming Rose Of Banbridge Town.

N/A

"One evening late as I took my way down by a shady grove, / I little thought I would be caught all in the chains of love;"

None

R. M’Intosh Calton,
96 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:016 Lass O’ Aberdour.

N/A

"How pleasant is the rising morn, / Which every scene does bright adorn,"

None

R. McIntosh Calton,
96 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:016 The Dark-Eyed Sailor.

N/A

"There was a charming young lady fair, / Was walking about to take the air;"

None

R. M’Intosh Calton,
96 King Street.

265

Yes

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y1:022 Glasgow Fair On The Banks O’ The Clyde.

N/A

"Glasgow fair on the banks of Clyde, / That pure winding stream of the city,"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:022 The Week After The Fair.

N/A

"Oh John what’s this ye’ve done John, / Yer head this morning’s sair,"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:023 The Falkirk Ploughmen.

N/A

"You bonny lasses brisk and gay, / That comes to Falkirk on the feeing day,"

Humours Of This Town.

Jas. Lindsay Jnr. Glasgow,
King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:023 Humours Of This Town.

N/A

"Let us be merry, it’s no use to cry, / This is town for humour and joy.

The Falkirk Ploughmen.

Jas. Lindsay Jnr. Glasgow,
King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:024 The Drunkard Reclaimed.

N/A

"In taking of my walks, upon a bonny summer morn, / I met a handsome woman whose clothes were rather torn."

General Monro.

James Lindsay Junr. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:024 General Monro.

N/A

"Come all you good people and listen to me, / Till I sing a few verses concerning Monro."

The Drunkard Reclaimed.

James Lindsay

Junr.

Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:025 The Irish Girl.

N/A

"As I was a walking down by you river side, / And looking all around me an Irish girl I spied."

Duncan Campbell.

James Lindsay Jun. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

308

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:025 Duncan Campbell.

N/A

"My name is Duncan Campbell, from the shire of Argyll, / I have travell’d this country for many a long mile,"

The Irish Girl.

James Lindsay Jun. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

1627

Yes

Yes Text Here

Yes Audio Here

 
Mu23-y1:026 Burns And Highland Mary.

N/A

"In green Caledonia there ne’er were twa lovers, / Sae enraptur’d and happy in each others arms,"

My Native Highland Home.

James Lindsay Jun. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y1:026 My Native Highland Home.

N/A

"My Highland home, where tempests blow, / And cold thy wintry looks,"

Burns And Highland Mary.

James Lindsay Jun. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:027 Poor Black Bess.

N/A

"When fortune, blind goddess, she fled my abode, / And friends proved ungrateful, I took to the road,"

The Bonnie House O’ Airlie.

James Lindsay Jun. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:027 The Bonnie House O’Airlie.

N/A

"It fell on a day, and a bonnie summer day, / When the corn grew green and yellow,"

Poor Black Bess.

James Lindsay Jun. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

794

Yes

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y1:028 Dialogue Between Death And A Sinner.

N/A

"O sinner! Come by heaven’s decree, / My warrant is to summon thee,"

None.

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:029 Scotch Bloomers.

N/A

"Listen females all no matter what your trade is, / Old nick is in the garls, the D___l’s in the ladies;"

Colleen Dhas Crutha na Mho.

James Lindsay Junr. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:029 Colleen Dhas Crutha na Mho.

N/A

"It was on a summer’s morning, / When birds sweetly tuned on each bough,"

Scotch Bloomers.

James Lindsay Junr. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:030 Lord Beigham.

N/A

"Lord Beigham he was a noble lord, / A noble lord of high degree,"

None

James Lindsay Jun. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

40

No

Yes Text Here

Yes Audio Here

 
Mu23-y1:031 Blue Ey’d Mary.

N/A

"As I roved out on a summer day, / To view the flowers springing,"

Answer To Young Jane And Her Gallant Hussar.

James Lindsay Jun. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:031 Answer To Young Jane And Her Gallant Hussar.

N/A

"One morning as I went a walking, / In order to take the fresh air."

Blue Ey’d Mary.

James Lindsay Jun. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:032 Bonnie Bessie Lee.

N/A

"Bonnie Bessie Lee she had a face fu’ o’ smiles, / And mirth round her ripe lip was aye dancing slee;"

Lovely Anne.

James Lindsay Junr. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:032 Lovely Anne.

N/A

"When I was young and in my prime, / The seas I had to rove,"

Bonnie Bessie Lee.

James Lindsay Junr. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:033 The Feeing Day.

N/A

"Was you at ______ or did you see, / Hey down, O down, O diddle dee;"

The Battle Of Waterloo.

James Lindsay Jun. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:033 The Battle Of Waterloo.

N/A

"On the 16th day of June, my boys, in Flanders where we lay, / The bugle did alarm sound before the break of day;"

The Feeing Day

James Lindsay Jun. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

1132

No

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y1:034 The Lover’s Discussion.

N/A

"As I walked out one evening in the month of May, / The flowers they were springing, the lambs dis sport and play,"

Lurgan Braes

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:034 Lurgan Braes.

N/A

"The summer time being in its prime, / The weather calm and clear,"

The Lover’s Discussion.

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

6273

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:035 The Queen Of Love.

N/A

"As I rov’d out one morning fair, down by a shady grove; / With a hasty foot I did draw nigh, and sat down by my love."

The Female Cabin Boy

James Lindsay Jun. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:035 The Female Cabin Boy.

N/A

"It is of a pretty fair maid as you may understand, / She had a maid for roving unto some foreign land;"

The Queen Of Love.

James Lindsay Jun. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

239

Yes

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y1:036 The Oul’ Bog Hole.

N/A

"The pig is in the mire, and the cow is on the grass, / And a man without a woman is no better than an ass;"

The Feeing Time.

James Lindsay Jun. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y1:036 The Feeing Time.

N/A

"My friend and I struck frae Millgye, / For Glasgow town we took our way;"

The Oul’ Bog Hole

James Lindsay Jun. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y1:037 The Oul’ Bog Hole.

N/A

"The pig is in the mire, and the cow is on the grass, / And a man without a woman is no better than an ass;"

The Feeing Time.

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y1:037 The Feeing Time.

N/A

"My friend and I struck frae Millgye, / For Glasgow town we took our way;"

The Oul’ Bog Hole

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y1:039 The Crook And Plaid.

N/A

"If lasses lo’e the laddies, the surely should confess, / For every lassie has a lad she lo’es aboon the rest;"

William And Margaret.

James Lindsay Junr. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:039 William And Margaret.

N/A

"’Twas on a Monday morning, all in the month of May, / Our ship she shipp’d her anchor away from Greenock quay;"

The Crook And The Plaid.

James Lindsay Junr. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:040 The Butcher And The Chamber Maid

N/A

"It's of a brisk young butcher, as I have heard them say / He started from Newcastle town upon a certain day,"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

Yes
Text
Here

No

 
Mu23-y1:041 The Golden Glove.

N/A

"A wealth young squire of Tamworth we hear, / He courted a nobleman’s daughter so fair;"

Ewe Buchts.

James Lindsay Junr. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:041 Ewe Buchts.

N/A

Bonnie Mary in the Ewe buches is gane / To milk her father’s ewes,"

The Golden Glove.

James Lindsay Junr. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:042 Hardie And Baird.

N/A

"On the 8th of September the bell had toll’d one, / A solemn procession in Stirling began;"

Queens Visit.

James Lindsay Jun. Glasgow,
9 King Street,

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:042 Queens Visit.

N/A

"Victoria’s come to the west at last, / ‘Midst cannons’ roar and trumpets blast,"

Hardie And Baird.

James Lindsay Jun. Glasgow,
9 King Street

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:043 Song Of The Haymakers.

N/A

"The noontide is hot, and our foreheads are brown, / Our palms are all shining and hard-"

Napoleon Bonaparte.

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:043 Napoleon Bonaparte.

N/A

"I visited that splendid city Paris, the Metropolis of France, / Saluted every morning by Sol’s refulgent beams;"

Song Of The Haymakers.

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:044 The Braes Of Strathalbane.

N/A

As I was walking one morning in May, / Down by yon green meadows I careless did stray;"

Mary Neal.

James Lindsay Junr. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y1:044 Mary Neal.

N/A

I am a bold undaunted youth, and my name is John M’Can, / I am a native of Donegal, convenient to Straban.

The Braes Of Strathalbane.

James Lindsay Junr. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

142

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:045 The Farmers Boy.

N/A

"The sun had set behind yon hill, / Across yon dreary moor,"

Woman The Pride Of The Land.

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:045 Woman The Pride Of The Land.

N/A

"Come married and single, together pray mingle, / And listen awhile to these lines I relate,"

The Farmers Boy.

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:046 The Little Gipsy Girl.

N/A

"My father is king if the gipsies, ‘tis true, / And my mother she learn’d me the camping to do,"

The Unfortunate Shepherdess.

James Lindsay Jun. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:046 The Unfortunate Shepherdess.

N/A

"In the county of Essex there lived a squire, / And he had a daughter most beautiful and fair,"

The Little Gipsy Girl.

James Lindsay Jun. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:047 The Week After The Fair.

The Discontented Pair.

I’m grieved to think, my wife Meg, this day we are so poor, / The Fair has forced us out clean to beggary’s very door;"

The Chimney Sweepers Wedding.

James Lindsay Junr. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:047 The Chimney Sweepers Wedding.

N/A

"Come all you pretty fair maids , some young and some older, / From eighteen to twenty that’s now going to marry,"

The Week After The Fair.

James Lindsay Junr. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:049 Humours Of This Town.

N/A

"Let us be merry, it’s no use to cry, / This is the town for humour and joy;"

Ballandine Braes.

James Lindsay Jun. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:049 Ballandine Braes.

N/A

"Over yon moorlands and down by yon glen, / Where the waters run clear and the doe makes her den;"

Humours Of This Town.

James Lindsay Jun. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:050 White Cliffs Of Albion.

N/A

"On the white cliffs of Albion, as musing I stood, / Surveying the waves of the rough swelling flood,"

The Girl I Left Behind Me.

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:050 The Girl I Left Behind Me.

N/A

"Now for America I’m bound, / Against my inclination -"

White Cliffs Of Albion.

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:052 The Factory Girl (Parody On Rosa May).

N/A

Come all around both old and young, and listen to my song, / While I relate a circumstance, that does to love belong;"

The Undaunted Female.

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:052 The Undaunted Female.

N/A

"’Tis of a fair damsel who in london did dwell, / For wit and for beauty none could her excell."

The Factory Girl.

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

289

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:053 Digging For Gold.

The Australia Mania.

"Oh, have you heard the news so grand, / The last and best that’s come to hand,"

None

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:054 Scotch Bloomers.

N/A

"Listen females all no matter what your trade is, / Old Nick is in the garls, the D___l’s in the ladies;"

A Word Of Advice.

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:054 A Word Of Advice.

N/A

"Come all you sporting husbands wherever you be, / In high life or low life of every degree,"

Scotch Bloomers.

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:056 Mary’s Dream.

N/A

"The moon had clim’d the highest hill, / That rises o’er the source of Dee;"

Bundle An’ Go.

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:056 Bundle An’ Go.

N/A

"Clyde’s bonnie hills whar the heather was blooming, / An’ laddies an’ lassies lang lo-e a’ the day,"

Mary’s Dream.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:057 Railroad To Hell.

N/A

"If you are determined and wishful to go, / With blind debauchees to the religions woe,"

None

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:058 Lovely Mourin Shore.

N/A

"Ye muses nine with me combine, / And grant me some relief,"

A Song On The New Year.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:058 A Song On The New Year.

N/A

"Come all you lads and lassies gay, attend unto my song, / While I sing you a few verses that will not keep you long,"

Lovely Mourin Shore.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:60 Pop Goes The Weasel.

N/A

"Now all the girls are going mad, / For Pop goes the Weasel,"

The Mariner’s Grave.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:60 The Mariner’s Grave.

N/A

"I remember the night was stormy and wet, / And dismally dashed the dark wave."

Pop Goes The Weasel.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:061 The Tipperary Boys.

N/A

"Arrah ‘heid-na-hust.’ that’s hould your whisht, / Whilst I my voice am raising,"

Paul Jones.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:061 Paul Jones.

N/A

"An American frigate, called the Richard by name, / Mounted guns fourty-four, from New York she came,"

The Tipperary Boys.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

Yes Audio Here

 
Mu23-y1:062 Nell Flaherty’s Drake.

N/A

"My name is Nell, I candid will tell / I live near Coothill I never will deny;"

Dream Of Napoleon.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:062 Dream Of Napoleon.

N/A

"One night, sad and languid, I went to my bed, / And scarce had reclined on my pillow,"

Nell Flaherty’s Drake.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:063 The Adventures Of Sandy And Donald On The Plains Of Waterloo.

N/A

"When crafty wee Buona’ broke out o’ his prison, / The word was after his tail wandering;"

The Harp Of Erin.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:063 The Harp Of Erin.

N/A

"O Erin my country although thy harp slumbers, / And lies in oblivion in Tara’s old hall;"

The Adventures of Sandy And Donald.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:064 Phoebe Morel.

The Slaves Dream.

"I had a dream, a happy dream, / I thought that I was free;"

Johnie My Man.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:064 Johnie My Man.

N/A

"O, Johnie, my man, are you thinking on rising, / The day is far spent, and the night’s drawing near"

Phoebe Morel.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

845

Yes

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y1:065 Phoebe Morel.

The Slaves Dream.

"I had a dream, a happy dream, / I thought that I was free;"

Johnie My Man.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:065 Johnie My Man.

N/A

"O, Johnie, my man, are you thinking on rising, / The day is far spent, and the night’s gaying near"

Phoebe Morel.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

845

Yes

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y1:066 Paddy On The Canal.

N/A

"When I came to sweet Philadelphia, / It happened to be in the fall,"

Doings On A Sunday Night.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:066 Doings On A Sunday Night.

N/A

"I am going to sing a funny song, / And y_t the subject is not long,"

Paddy On The Canal.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:067 Lather ‘Em, Shave ‘Em.

N/A

"It was in this town not far from this spot, / A barber once opened a snug little shop,"

Katty Darling.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:067 Katty Darling.

N/A

"The flowers are blooming, Katty Darling, / And the birds are singing on each tree;"

Lather ‘Em Shave’Em.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:068 Duncan Campbell.

N/A

"My name is Duncan Campbell, from the shire of Argyll, / I have travelled this country for many a long mile,"

Parody On The Irish Emigrant.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

1627

Yes

Yes Text Here

Yes Audio Here

 
Mu23-y1:068 Parody On The Irish Emigrant.

N/A

"I’m sitting on a rail Judy, / Where oft across ye’d stride,"

Duncan Campbell.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:069 Kathleen Mavoureen.

N/A

"Kathleen Mavoureen, the grey dawn is breaking, / The horn of the hunter is heard on then hill;"

The Young Emigrant’s Farewell.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:069 The Young Emigrant’s Farewell.

N/A

"Will you gang awa’ wi’ me, bonnie lassie, O, / Across the Atlantic sea, bonnie lassie, O;"

Kathleen Mavoureen.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:070 Haughs Of Crumdel.

N/A

"As I came in by Auchendown, / A little bit frae the town,"

The Young Man’s Dream.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

5147

No

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y1:070 The Young Man’s Dream.

N/A

On the sixteenth of March, one evening so fair, / Down by a clear river my course I did steer;"

Haughs Of Crumdel.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:071 The Drunken Father Reclaimed.

N/A

"They had but two children – a girl and a boy, / Who could at home no quietness enjoy!"

None

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:072 The Bank Of Grace.

N/A

"I have a never failing Bank, / A more than golden store,"

None

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:073 My Nannie’s Awa’.

N/A

"Now in her green mantle blythe nature arrays, / And listens the lambkins that bleat o’er the braes;"

Scotland’s Stagnation!

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:073 Scotland’s Stagnation!

Where Is All The Money Gone?

"The oldest person in the world, on land or on the water, / Never saw such times before, since Sampson killed his daughter."

My Nannie’s Awa.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:074 The Russian In Glasgow.

N/A

"The Russian is coming Oh dear! oh dear! / The hearts of the British are all put in fear,"

Inniskillen Dragoon.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:074 Inniskillen Dragoon.

N/A

"A beautiful damsel of fame and renown, / A gentleman’s daughter near Monaghan town,"

The Russian In Glasgow.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

2185

No

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y1:075 The Russians Are Coming.

N/A

"You sons of Brittania attend to my song, / While I sing a few verses that will not be long,"

The Star Of Glengarry.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:075 The Star Of Glengarry.

N/A

The red moon is up on the moss–covered mountain, / The hour is at hand when I promised to roam;"

The Russians Are Coming.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:076 A Parody On The Iron Child.

N/A

"You ladies all on you I call, / Wherever you may be,"

The Wandering Boy.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:076 The Wandering Boy.

N/A

"When the winter wind whistles along the wild moor, / And the cottager shuts on the beggar his door;"

Parody On The Iron Child.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:078 The Banks Of The Nile.

N/A

"Hark, hark, the drums do beat my love, and I must haste away / The bugles sweetly sound, and no longer can I stay,"

New Years Day.

Jas. Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:078 New Years Day.

N/A

"All you that are to mirth inclin’d, / Consider well, and bear in mind,"

The Banks Of The Nile.

Jas. Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:079 Remember The Poor.

N/A

"Cold winter is come with its cold frosty breath, / And the leaves fall fast from the trees,"

James M’Donnell.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:079 James M’Donnell.

N/A

"Both young and old, I now make bold – pray lend to me an ear,-" / This is a cruel murder as ever you did hear,"

Remember The Poor.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:080 James M’Nab’s Opinion Of The March Of Intellect.

N/A

"Nainsel pe Maister Shon M’Nab, / ‘Pe auld’s ta forty-five, man,"

None

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:081 The Pedlar.

N/A

"The pedlar ca’d in by the house o’ Glenuck, / When the fam’ly were by wi’ the breakfast and beuk;"

The Ivy Green.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:081 The Ivy Green.

N/A

"O a dainty plant is the ivy green, / That creepeth o’er ruins old;"

The Pedlar.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:082 Flora & Donald.

Massacre Of Glencoe.

"O dark lour’d the night on the wild distant heath, / And the wild raven croak’d out the bodies of death,"

The Farmer’s Daughter.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:082 The Farmer’s Daughter.

N/A

"My love is of fine low station, and I a gentleman of all renown; / Give ear to those lines that I mention, the truth I would wish to lay down,"

Flora And Donald.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:083 My Bonnie, Blooming, Highland Jean.

N/A

"As I walked out one morning fair, / Being in the pleasant month of June,"

A Song Of The Times.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:083 A Song Of The Times.

N/A

"As striking has become the order of the day, / I’ll strike you up a song if you’ll listen to my lay;"

My Bonnie, Blooming, Highland Jean.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:084 My Bonnie, Blooming, Highland Jean.

N/A

"As I walked out one morning fair, / Being in the pleasant month of June,"

Widow MacFarlane’s Lamentation.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:084 Widow MacFarlane’s Lamentation.

N/A

"On the banks of the Clyde I happened to wander / In the month of August, when the flowers were in bloom;"

My Bonnie, Blooming, Highland Jean.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:086 My Brughel Roe.

N/A

"Come all ye tender lovers till I relate my grief, / My darling’s gone and left me with small hopes of relief;"

Bridgeton Tragedy.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:086 Bridgeton Tragedy.

N/A

"Good people all of Glasgow, pray listen unto me, / Whilst I relate this woeful tale and mournful tragedy;"

My Boughel Roe.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:087 The Bold Lieutenant In The Lion’s Den.

N/A

"In London city there lived a lady, / She had ten thousand pounds a-year."

Meet Me On The Gowan Lea / The Bonnie Breast-Knots.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:087 Meet Me On The Gowan Lea.

N/A

"Meet me on the gowan lea, / Bonnie Mary, sweetest Mary;"

The Bold Lieutenant / The Bonnie Breast-Knots.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:087 The Bonnie Breast-Knots.

N/A

"Hey the bonnie, ho the bonnie, / Hey the bonnie breast-knots;"

The Bold Lieutenant / Meet Me On The Gowan Lea

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:088 The Week’s Matrimony.

N/A

"On Sunday morning I went out for a spree, / And met a maid as fair as could be;"

None

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:089 Farewell Address To Their Countrymen And Friends.

N/A

"The Circuit it is over now, the Judges are one away, / But many aching hearts are left within the town today."

None

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:090 The Glasgow Maid And The Tinker.

N/A

"In Glasgow town a maid did dwell, / A buxom lass, and I knew her well;"

Paddy’s Visit To London.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:090 Paddy’s Visit To London.

N/A

"Oh! have you not heard Pat of many a joke, / That’s made by the wits ‘gainst your own country folk;"

The Glasgow Maid And The Tinker.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:091 Betsy Of Drumore.

N/A

"It was on a summer’s morning I rov’d for recreation, / Quite happy in my station, no care nor trouble knew,"

The Murder Of Betsy Smith.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:091 The Murder Of Betsy Smith.

N/A

"Come all false-hearted young men and listed to my song, / It’s of a dreadful murder that lately has been done,"

Betsy Of Drumore.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:092 Lamentation Of Margaret Bell.

N/A

"From my dungeon in Paisley I send you this warning, / To shun paths of vice which leads on to crime."

The Long Lost Child.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:092 The Long Lost Child.

N/A

"Far in a lonely highland vale, beside a mountain wild, / There lived a happy wedded pair who had a darling child;"

Lamentation Of Margaret Bell.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:093 Uncle Tom’s Cabin.

N/A

"I’m thinking of poor Uncle Tom, / So generous, kind, and brave;"

One Pound Two.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:093 One Pound Two.

N/A

"Now Maggy dear, I do hear you have been on the spree, / Where is my whole week’s wages gone, I pray come tell to me"

Uncle Tom’s Cabin.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:094 Undaunted Mary On The Banks Of Sweet Dundee.

N/A

"It’s of a farmer’s daughter, so beautiful, I’m told, / Her parents died and left her five hundred pounds in gold,"

Lament For James M’Mulkin.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

148

Yes

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y1:094 Lament For James M’Mulkin.

N/A

"My old companions give attention, / James M’Mulkin bids you adieu,"

Undaunted Mary.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:095 Margaret Bell’s Lament.

N/A

"Adieu unto Barrhead, and to Neilston also, / Where the river Levern it sweetly does flow,"

Bob The Groom.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:095 Bob The Groom.

N/A

"My young swells come pity, pray, / The life of poor old Bob."

Margaret Bell’s Lamentation.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:096 Dandy Dick.

N/A

"Dick Dash! all is my name, / I’m up to everything that’s game;"

Death Of The Duke Of Wellington.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:096 Lines On The Death Of The Duke Of Wellington.

N/A

"Britannia now lament for our hero that is dead, / That son of mars, brave Wellington, alas his spirit’s fled;"

Dandy Dick.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:097 John And His Wife On Using Tea.

N/A

"Neighbours draw near and I’ll tell you a tale, / To lend your attention I’m sure you won’t fail,"

The Hungry Army.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:097 The Hungry Army.

N/A

"The wind in thundering gales did roar, / As I left my home in black October,"

John And His Wife On Using Tea.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

1746

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:098 The Discussion.

N/A

"As I walk’d out one morning early, / Being in the charming sweet month of May."

Good News.

James Lindsay Jun Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:098 Good News.

N/A

"If good news you choose, attention pay and don’t refuse, / To what I’ll say my list I’ll lay before you if you choose."

The Discussion.

James Lindsay Jun. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:099 Perished The Pack.

N/A

"In the days o’ my youth when I travelled the kintra’, / Carrying bare on my rumple the weariefu’ pack,"

The Last Breathings Of Napoleon.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:099 The Last Breathings Of Napoleon.

N/A

"Sequestered here, afar from fame, / And hope’s enchanting smile,"

Perished The Pack.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:100 The Battle Of The Boyne.

N/A

""July the first in Oldbridge town, / There was a grievous battle,"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:101 A Story Of Heaven.

The Child’s Dream.

"Before a lonely cottage once, / With climbing roses gay,"

None

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:102 Fair Phoebe And Her Dark-Eyed Sailor.

N/A

"There was a comely young lady fair, / Was walking out to take the air,"

The Dandy Servants.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y1:102 The Dandy Servants.

N/A

"Ye braw decent women I’ll sing you a song, / Of the wit of the auld and the pride of the young,"

Phoebe And Her Dark-Eyed Sailor.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:103 The Wife’s Dream.

N/A

"Now tell me, Mary, how is it that you can look so gay, / When evening after evening your husband is away?"

The Laird O’ Loannhead’s Description Of The Farmers.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:103 The Laird O’ Loanhead’s Description Of The Farmers.

N/A

"Our farmers now they are a’ growing braw, / And getting quite fat on the Corn Law."

The Wife’s Dream.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:104 The Wheel Of Fortune.

N/A

"When I was young I was well beloved, / By all young men in this country;"

The Convict’s Return.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:104 The Convict’s Return.

N/A

"Ye true sons of freedom, I pray you attend, / Unto these few verses that I have here penned,"

The Wheel Of Fortune.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:105 The Convict’s Return.

N/A

"Ye true sons of freedom, I pray you attend, / Unto these few verses that I have here penned,"

The Wheel Of Fortune.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:105 The Wheel Of Fortune.

N/A

"When I was young I was well beloved, / By all young men in this country;"

The Convict’s Return.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:106 James Raeburn.

N/A

"My name is James Raeburn, / In Glasgow I was born,"

Sandy And The Days Of Langsyne.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

Yes Audio Here

 
Mu23-y1:106 Sandy And The Days Of Langsyne.

N/A

"What makes ye sae wae, man, wi’ tear in your e’e, / For blythe you was ance, man, wi’ pleasure an’ glee,"

James Raeburn.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:107 Napoleon Bonaparte.

N/A

"I visited that splendid city Paris, the Metropolis of France, / Saluted every morning by Sol’s refulgent beams;"

Song Of The Haymakers.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:107 Song Of The Haymakers.

N/A

"The noontide is hot, and out foreheads are brown, / Our palms are all shining and hard -"

Napoleon Bonaparte.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:108 Kate Kearney With The Silver Eye.

N/A

"A maiden fair lived in Kildare, / A matchless lass, I must allow,"

The Battle Of Corunna.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:108 The Battle Of Corunna.

N/A

"On the nineteenth day of December eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, / That day I well remember we had a bloody fight;"

Kate Kearney With The Silvery Eye.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:109 The Emigrant’s Farewell To Ireland.

N/A

"Farewell to dear Erin, I now must leave you, / And cross the sea to a foreign clime,"

Come And Be A Soldier Lad.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:109 Come And Be A Soldier Lad.

N/A

"Come and be a soldier, lads, come lads, come, / Hark, don’t you hear the fife and drum."

The Emigrant’s Farewell To Ireland.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:110 Salts And Senna.

N/A

"I now will sing to you a song, / If you listen unto me,"

Will You Go To Australia Oh?

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:110 Will You Go To Australia Oh?

N/A

"To high and low of all degrees, a tale I will unfold, / And tell you where across the seas, you may get lots of gold;"

Salts And Senna.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:111 Erin’s Lovely Home.

N/A

"When I was young and in my prime, just aged twenty-one, / When I became a servant to a noble gentleman;"

I Wish I Was Lying Alone.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

1427

Yes

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y1:111 I Wish I Was Lying Alone.

N/A

"You ladies have pity on me, / Let me and your company mingle,"

Erin’s Lovely Home.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:113 Erin The Green.

N/A

"Adieu, lovely Erin, I’m going to leave you, / Peace be with you daisy-clad hills;"

The County Down.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:113 The County Down.

N/A

"Och, the spuds, avick, were in the ridge, / The weather in troth was mighty fine;"

Erin The Green.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:114 A Woman Is The Torment Of Man.

N/A

"You married men, I pray, come listen to my lay, / I will tell you the truth if I can;"

The Stir-A-Bout Pot.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:114 The Stir-A-Bout Pot.

N/A

"At the outlets of our city there lived / A widow woman, Mrs Keogh,"

A Woman Is The Torment Of Man.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:115 Bonny Bunch Of Roses.

N/A

"By the danger of the ocean, / One morning in the month of June,"

The Annie Jane.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

664

No

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y1:115 The Annie Jane.

N/A

"You landsmen all pray lend an ear, to this my dismal tale, / Concerning the wreck of the Annie Jane, which from Liverpool did sail;"

Bonny Bunch Of Roses.

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:116 The Battle Of Alma.

N/A

"You loyal Britons pray draw near, / Unto the news I’ve brought you here"

None

James Lindsay. Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:117 Smile Again Bonny Lassie.

N/A

"Smile again, my bonnie lassie,- / Lassie, smile again;"

Evening Bells / Gipsy Girl / Rule The Main.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:117 Those Evening Bells.

N/A

"Those evening bells, those evening bells, / How many a tale their music tells,"

Smile Again / Gipsy Girl / Rule The Main.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:117 The Little Gipsy Girl.

N/A

"My father is king of the gipsies, ‘tis true, / And my mother is learning the camping to do;"

Smile Again / Evening Bells / Rule The Main.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:117 May Britain Ever Rule The Main.

N/A

"When Seated round the festive board, / When Bacchus pleasures does afford,"

Smile Again / Evening Bells / Gipsy Girl.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:118 Hurrah For The Bonnets Of Blue.

N/A

"Here’s a health to them that’s awa’, / Here’s a health to them that’s awa’,-"

Allandale / Pretty Susan / Silver Moon.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:118 The Rose Of Allandale.

N/A

"The morn was fair, the skies were clear, / no breath came o’er the sea,"

Bonnets Blue / Pretty Susan / Silver Moon

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:118 Pretty Susan The Pride Of Kildare.

N/A

"When first from sea I landed, I had a roving mind; / Undaunted I rambled my true love to find,-"

Bonnets Blue / Allandale / Silver Moon.

Unknown Unknown

962

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:118 Lady The Silver Moon.

N/A

"Lady, the silver moon shines bright; / Her beams disperse the dews of night;"

Bonnets Blue / Allandale / Pretty Susan.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:119 Johnny Cope.

N/A

"Cope sent a letter frae Dunbar, / Saying, Charlie, meet me gin you dare,"

Thomas And Nancy.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:119 Thomas And Nancy.

N/A

"The boatswain’s shrill whistle had sounded, / And Thomas and Nancy must part;"

Johnny Cope.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:121 The Village-Born Beauty.

N/A

"See! The star-breasted villain to yonder cot bounds, / Where the sweet honeysuckle entwines it around,"

Annie Laurie.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:121 Annie Laurie.

N/A

"Maxwelton’s banks are bonnie, / Where early falls the dew,"

The Village-Born Beauty.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

Yes Audio Here

 
Mu23-y1:127 Contrarie Paddy.

N/A

"Come all you good people, pray listen, / I would have you draw near, but stand off;"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
130 Gallogate St

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:129 Daniel O’Connell In Purgatory.

N/A

"Have you not heard the Scripture saith, / How some departing from their faith,"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:130 The Laughable Adventures Of Larry M’Flynn.

N/A

"In eighteen hundred and forty-nine, / I thought a soldiers life I’d like fine;"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:131 The Sporting Hero.

N/A

"I’m a bold sporting hero, who never yet was daunted, / For courting of a pretty maid I never yet was faunked;"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:132 The Irish Teacher.

N/A

"Some talk of education, and moral reformation / For schools throughout the nation, they raise a philaloo;"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:133 Paddy’s Market.

N/A

"Good people all pray lend an ear / And listen with attention,"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:134 Bob O’ The Bent.

N/A

"Come a’ ye steeve tipplers, and listen unto me, / An’ I’ll show you the upshot o’ John Barleybrie,"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:135 Dorran’s Ass.

N/A

"One Paddy Doyle lived near Killarney, / He courted a maid called Biddy Toole;"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

1010

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:137 Whiskey In The Jar.

N/A

"I’m a bold Irish hero, who never yet was daunted, / In the courting of a pretty girl I very seldom wanted,"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

533

No

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y1:138 Barbara Allan.

N/A

"It was in about the Martinmas time, / When the green leaves were a-fallin’,"

Barbara Allan The Cruel.

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

54

No

Yes Text Here

Yes Audio Here

 
Mu23-y1:138 Barbara Allan The Cruel.

N/A

In Reading town a lad was born, / And a fair maid there was dwelling;"

Barbara Allan.

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:139 Won’t You Leave Us A Lock Of Your Hair.

N/A

"The night is fresh and calm, love, / The birds are in their bowers,"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:139 The Strawberry Beds.

N/A

"Last Sunday the weather was charming, / And all things looked gay in the sun,"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:140 Jemmy The Gom.

N/A

"Peg M’Ilwaine lived below in Belfast, / She was fifty years old so her young days were past,"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:141 Happy-Go-Lucky.

N/A

"I’m happy, and turns up my nose / At whatever may happen, and therefore"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y1:145 Index Of Twenty-Four Page Penny History Books.

N/A

N/A

None

Francis Orr & Sons. Glasgow.

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

 
Manuscript Number Ballad Title Alternative Title First Two Lines Comes With (Other songs on same sheet) Printer Address Roud Number Is The Broadside Illustrated Link To Other Texts? Link To Audio? Archival Data
Mu23-y2:001 The Cowcaddens Barber.

N/A

"In the Cowcaddens a barber these some years lived there / He’s the boast of the world for cropping folks hair."

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y2:002 The Camlachie Militia.

N/A

"The Russians are coming, oh, dear! oh, dear! / Well, let them come on, we have nothing to fear;"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y2:003 The Kirkintilloch Critic.

N/A

"Some men are overly ambitious, / And some to worldly avaricious;"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y2:005 The First World’s Fair.

The National Exhibition.

"How wonderful it doth appear, / To people of each station;"

None

D. Scott Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y2:005 Lady Franklin’s Lament For Her Husband.

N/A

"You seamen bold, that have oft withstood, / Wild storms of Neptune’s briny flood;"

None

Unknown. Unknown

487

Yes

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y2:010 Watty.

Glasgow Teatotal Party.

"Ye teatotal neighbours take advice from a friend, / When he tells ye of one, that a fause course does vend;"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y2:010 Duncan M’Callochan.

N/A

"It was for a peck o’ meal or mair, / Ae day, as coming frae the fair,"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y2:011 William And Jane.

N/A

"One fair summer’s morning as I went a walking, / Down by the banks of a clear winding tide,"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y2:011 Kirsty Forsyth.

N/A

Kirsty Forsyth was a maiden in Fife, / Waes me for Kirsty Forsyth,"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y2:012 We’ll Nae Nane But Highland Bonnets Here.

N/A

"Alma’s field of heroes hail, / Alma! glorious to the Gael;"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y2:012 The Paddy Trick.

N/A

"First when I set out to tramp, it was in the year 1809, / My course I steered for Scotland in hopes a sweetheart for to find;"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y2:013 The Sporting Youth.

N/A

"I’m a stranger in this country, from America I came, / There’s very few that know me or that can tell you my name"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y2:013 Sprightly Painter.

N/A

"There was a sprightly painter gay, / That lived a single life,"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y2:014 When John’s Ale Was New.

N/A

"The was two jolly tradesmen / Went out to spend an evening,"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

139

No

Yes Text Here

Yes Audio Here

 
Mu23-y2:014 Glasgow Doctor.

N/A

"In Glasgow once there liv’d a man as I have heard folks say, / And if he doesn’t live there still he must have gone away;"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y2:015 Betsy Bluster.

N/A

"I’m an unhappy man, as you can plainly see, / Sure, it’s all through my lot getting married;"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y2:015 I’m Ninety-Five.

N/A

"I’m ninety-five, I’m ninety-five, / And to keep single I contrive;"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y2:016 Great Sea Snake.

N/A

"Perhaps you all have heard of a yarn, / Of a famous large sea-snake,"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y2:016 Aladdin’s Lamp.

N/A

"Oh, had I but Aladdin’s lamp, / If only for a day,"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y2:017 Paddy And The Butter.

N/A

"We sailed from the Downs in a ship call’d the Lion, / With fifty brass guns, our crew could rely on;"

None

Poet’s Box Glasgow,
6 St Andrew’s Lane.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y2:048 The Exile Of Erin.

N/A

"There came to the beach a poor exile of Erin, / The dew on his thin robes was heavy and chill;"

None

Unknown Glasgow,
271 Gallowgate.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y2:048 James And Flora United.

N/A

"Come all you true lovers attend for a while, / To a tale I am going to unfold.

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y2:060 Lanty Fegan’s Breeches.

N/A

"Last Donnybrook Fair day, / I started from Stillorgan,"

The Cameron Men.

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y2:060 The Cameron Men.

N/A

"There is many a man of the Cameron Clan / That has followed his chief to the field,"

Lanty Fegan's Breeches.

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y2:061 Ye Cowe A’

N/A

"I wiled my lass wi’ loving words to Kelvin’s leafy shade, / And a’ that fondest heart can feel, or tongue can tell, I said;"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y2:065 New Years Address Of The Deliverers Of The North British Advertiser.

N/A

"A guid New Year tae ane an’ a’, / An’ mony may ye see!"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y2:066 Inauguration Of The Burns Statue. (Poem)

N/A

"Why are the bells ringing? / Why are the people out?

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Manuscript Number Ballad Title Alternative Title First Two Lines Comes With (Other songs on same sheet) Printer Address Roud Number Is The Broadside Illustrated Link To Other Texts? Link To Audio? Archival Data
Mu23-y3:001 An Elegy For Dougal Graham.

N/A

"Attend, ye mighty sons of fame, / While I th’ unwelcome news proclaim;"

The Dying Song Of A Repenting Sinner.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:001 The Dying Song Of A Repenting Sinner When Near The Point Of Death.

N/A

"O every where! and good of all! / Creator out of nought,"

An Elegy For Dougal Graham.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:003 Murray’s Roguery.

N/A

"On the twenty-seventh of January, / The year Seventeen Hundred and Eighty-three,"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:004 Second Address To The Reformed Town Council.

N/A

"Ye idiots of the rabble hail, / Wha now in power so smoothly sail"

None

Caldwell & Son Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:006 Archy’s Weather Glass.

N/A

"O for Archy’s weather glass, / Hey for Archy’s weather glass;"

None

Caldwell & Son Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:007 Archy’s Return.

N/A

"O, Archy, he’s come back again, / Archy is come back again;"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:008 Who Diddled The Paupers?

N/A

"You ratepayers of Glasgow all, I hope you will be easy, / For unto you I’ve brought a song, I think that it will please you,"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:008 The Pauper And The Minister.

N/A

"I’m living on the parish now as happy as a king, / From morn to night I’ve nought to do but whistle dance and sing,"

None

Robert M’Intosh Calton,
96 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:009 The Comforts Of Man.

N/A

"When I was young many troubles I got, / I wanted a somewhat, I couldn’t tell what,"

None

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:009 Johnie’s Lamentation.

N/A

"Ye gentle muses that’s nine in number, / I pray assist me to I explain,"

None

Robert M’Intosh Calton,
96 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:010 The Lady Of The Lake.

N/A

"One evening as I chanced to stray along the banks of the Clyde, / Near to the town of sweet Renfrew, a bonny lass I spied;"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:010 William And Herriet.

N/A

"There was a rich gentleman in Glasgow did dwell, / He had a lovely daughter a sailor loved well;"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:013 Flora’s Lament For Her Charlie.

N/A

"It’s yon bonny banks and yon bonny braes, / Where the sun shines bright and bonny,"

None

Robert M’Intosh Calton,
96 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:013 Dumbarton’s Bonny Dell.

N/A

"There’s n’er a nook in a’ the land, / Victoria rules sae weel,"

None

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:014 Donald Blue.

N/A

"My name’s Donald Blue, you ken me fu’ we’ll / And if you be civil I’m a civel chiel,"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y3:014 Hamilton Big Doctor.

N/A

Now ladies here of Hamilton, / There’s a Doctor in the town,"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:015 Donnelly And Oliver.

N/A

"You muses I beg you will lend me your aid, / I’ll sing of brave Donnelly a true Irish blade;"

None

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:015 The Laird O’ Loanhead’s Description Of The Farmers.

N/A

"Our farmers now are a’ growing braw, / And getting quite fat on the Corn Law,"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:016 The Gossiping Wife.

N/A

"Of all the wives that plague men’s lives, / And keeps them from their rest,"

None

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:016 A Bachelor’s Wants.

N/A

"Come all you single women if you wish to change your life, / I long to be married and I want to get a wife"

None

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:017 The Great Meat Pie.

N/A

"You’ve heard of the wond’rous Crocodile, / And the thund’ring great sea-snake-"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:017 It’s All Serene.

N/A

"I am a country yokel, just come down, / To view the rigs of Glasgow town, -all serene;"

None

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:019 The Golden Glove.

N/A

"A wealthy young squire in Tamworth we hear, / He courted a nobleman’s daughter so fair,"

None

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:019 The Stir-About Pot.

N/A

"At the outlets of our city there lived / A widow woman, Mrs Keogh,"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:021 The Flying Dutchman.

N/A

"You sportsmen all both great and small, one moment now attend, / And listen with attention to these verses I have penn’d,"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:021 A New Song Of The Times.

N/A

"Ye people now both high and low, pray listen to those rhymes, / Concerning what we may expect in these our stirring times,"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:022 Teetotallers' Defeat.

N/A

"Come fill up your Glasses, / And drink your toast round,"

None

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:022 The Truck Masters.

N/A

"You truck masters all pay attention to me, / Especially Gartsherrie and summerlea;"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:023 The Feeing Time.

N/A

"My friend and I struck frae Millgye, / For Glasgow town we took our way;"

None

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y3:023 The Clown’s Courtship.

N/A

"There once lived a clown in a stead, / An’ he thought he would hae a bit wifie,"

None

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:024 Dark Bonnymuir.

N/A

"As evening dashed on the western ocean, / Caledonia stood perch’d on the waves of the Clyde,"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:024 The Banks Of The Nile.

N/A

"Hark, hark, the drums do beat my love, and I must haste away, / The bugles sweetly sound, and no longer can I stay,"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:025 Young Jamie O’ The Forty-Twa!

N/A

"One evening as I walk’d by the Clyde’s banks so gay, / It was for recreation that way I did stray;"

None

Robert M’Intosh Calton,
96 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:026 The Drunken Wife.

N/A

"See what a drunken wife will do, / She’ll drink wi’ ony blackguard crew;"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:028 The Burning Of The Montreal And The Loss Of 300 Scotch Emigrants

N/A

"You people of Scotland I pray give attention, / A sad dismal story I soon shall let you hear,"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:028 The British Lion And The Russian Bear.

N/A

"You loyal Britons pray draw near, / And to my song pray lend an ear,"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:030 James And Margaret.

The Glasgow Constant Lovers.

"As I was a-walking to tak’ the fresh air, / By the Clyde’s bonnie banks I did carelessly steer:"

None

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:030 The Gipsy Laddie.

N/A

"There were three gipsies in a gang, / They were both brisk and bonnie O,"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

Yes Audio Here

 
Mu23-y3:031 The Young Emigrant’s Farewell.

N/A

"Will you gang awa’ wi’ me bonnie lassie, O, / Across the Atlantic sea, bonnie lassie, O,"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:033 The Opening Of The Glasgow And Ayr Railway.

N/A

"The Eleventh of August in this present year, / The Railway was open’d ‘twixt Glasgow and Ayr;"

None

Carmichael Glasgow.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:033 Hardie And Baird.

N/A

"On the eighth of September, the bell had toll’d one, / A solemn procession in Stirling began,"

None

Robert M’Intosh Calton,
96 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:034 The Drouthie Chiel.

N/A

"The drouthie, drouthie cheil’, wi’ the red plooky face, / Daised and half doited stoytes frae place tae place,"

None

D. S. Wardrop Paisley.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:034 The Unco Change.

N/A

"See yon braw bit laddie comin’ rinnin’ down the street, / Weel happit frae the caul’ blast, an’ a’ sae clean an’ neat:"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:037 The Broth Of A Boy.

N/A

"I am one that bears an illegant name, / And who dares say, ‘tis not;"

None

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:037 Donnelly And Oliver.

N/A

"You muses I beg you will lend me your aid, / I’ll sing of brave Donnelly a true Irish blade;"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:038 Erin The Green.

N/A

"Adieu! lovely Erin I am going to leave you, / Peace be with your daisy-clad hills;"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:038 O’Connor’s Farewell.

N/A

The orders have arrived, boys, & we are bound for Dublin, / The orders that we cannot help but obey;"

None

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:039 Pat M’Guire.

N/A

"Ye muses nine with me combine, assist my slender quill, / And my weary notions at every line I fill,"

None

James Lindsay Glasgow,
9 King Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y3:039 Mick The Watchman

N/A

"All you that’s here, attend I pray, / And you shall hear without delay"

None

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Manuscript Number Ballad Title Alternative Title First Two Lines Comes With (Other songs on same sheet) Printer Address Roud Number Is The Broadside Illustrated Link To Other Texts? Link To Audio? Archival Data
Mu23-y4:001 Albion The Pride Of The Sea.

N/A

"My boys would you know how our ship got her name, / You speedily shall learn that from me,"

Troubadour / Slomon Lob.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:001 Gaily The Troubadour Touch’d His Guitar.

N/A

"Gaily the Troubadour touch’d his guitar, / As he was hastening home from the war:"

Albion The Pride / Solomon Lob.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:001 Solomon Lob.

N/A

"Solomon Lob was a ploughman stout, / And a ranting cavalier:"

Albion The Pride / Troubadour.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:002 The Maid Of Erin’s Isle.

N/A

"The sun has sunk down in the west / His daily journey’s o’er,"

How, When, / Maggie Lauder.

Pitts Glasgow,
6 Great Street,
St Andrews St.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:002 How, When, And Where.

N/A

"Wha wadna be in love / Wi’ bonny Maggie Lauder,"

Of Erin’s Isle/ Maggie Lauder.

Pitts Glasgow,
6 Great Street,
St Andrews St.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:002 Maggie Lauder.

N/A

"Oh, tell me when and tell me where, / Am I to meet with thee, my fair?"

Of Erin’s Isle / How, When.

Pitts Glasgow,
6 Great Street,
St Andrews St.

N/A

No

No

Yes Audio Here

 
Mu23-y4:003 The Wandering Young Gentlewoman.

Cat-Skin.

"You father’s and mothers, and children also, / Draw near unto me, and soon you shall now,"

None

J. Evans London,
Long Lane.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:007 The Bold Pedlar And Robin Hood.

N/A

"There chanced to be a Pedlar bold, / A Pedlar bold he chanced to be,"

Colin Stole My Heart Away.

J, Catnach Dials,
2 Monmouth Ct

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:007 Colin Stole My Heart Away.

N/A

"The fields were green, the hills were gay, / And the birds were singing on each spray,"

The Bold Pedlar And Robin Hood.

J. Catnach Dials,
2 Monmouth Ct

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:009 Green Hills Of Tyrol.

N/A

"Green hills of Tyrol! Again I fee / The home of childhood so dear to me;"

The Wake Of Teddy Tiler.

W. & T. Fordyce Newcastle & Hull.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:009 The Wake Of Teddy The Tiler.

N/A

"From Dublin town the other night, / A courier came with all his might"

Green Hills Of Tyrol.

W. & T. Fordyce Newcastle & Hull.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:010 The Blue Bells Of Scotland.

N/A

"Ah, where and ah, where is your highland laddie gone, / He’s gone to fight the Frenchman, for George upon the throne,"

Happy Moments.

Sharp Boro.’
30 Kent Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:010 Happy Moments.

N/A

"In happy moments, day by day, / Tho sands of life may pass,"

The Blue Bells Of Scotland.

Sharp Boro.’
30 Kent Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:016 Irish Emigrant.

N/A

"I’m resting on the stile, Mary, / Where we sat side by side,"

Effects Of Love / The Blackbird.

John Ross Newcastle,
Royal Arcade.

2661

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:016 Effects Of Love.

N/A

"Young lovers all I pray draw near, / Most shocking news you soon shall hear,"

Irish Emigrant / The Blackbird.

John Ross Newcastle,
Royal Arcade.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:016 The Blackbird.

N/A

"Early one morning for soft recreation, / I heard a fair lady was making her moan,"

Irish Emigrant / Effects Of Love.

John Ross Newcastle,
Royal Arcade.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:018 Uncle Ned.

N/A

"I once knew a nigger and his name was Uncle Ned, / But he’s gone dead long ago;"

My Plaidie / Poor Mary.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:018 Come Under My Plaidie.

N/A

"Come under my plaidie, the night’s gaun to fa’; / Come in frae the cauld blast, the drift, and the snaw;"

Uncle Ned / Poor Mary.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:018 Poor Mary Of The Wild Moor.

N/A

"’Twas on a cold winter’s night, when the wind, / Blew bitterly ‘cross the wild moor,"

Uncle Ned / My Plaidie.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:019 Fanny Gray.

N/A

"Now really, Jane your temper is, / So very odd to-day,"

Princess Royal / Long Long Ago

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:019 Bold Princess Royal.

N/A

"On the fourteenth day of February, we sailed from the land, In the bold Princess Royal bound for Newfoundland,"

Fanny Gray / Long Long Ago.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

Yes Text Here

Yes Audio Here

 
Mu23-y4:019 Long, Long Ago.

N/A

"Tell me the tales that to me were so dear, / Long, long ago, long, long ago;"

Fanny Gray / Princess Royal.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:020 Gallant Poachers.

N/A

"Come all ye lads of high renown, / That love to drink good ale that’s brown,"

Ewe Buchts.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:020 Ewe Buchts.

N/A

"Bonnie Mary in the Ewe-buchts is gane / To milk her father’s ewes,"

Gallant Poachers.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:024 Burns And Highland Mary.

N/A

"In green Caledonia there ne’er were twa lovers, / Sae enraptured and happy in each ither’s arms,"

Lucy Neal / Handkerchief / Happy Yet.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y4:024 Lucy Neal.

N/A

Come all you niggers, old and young, / And listen to my song,"

Highland Mary / Handkerchief / Happy Yet.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:024 Blue Handkerchief.

N/A

"As early one morning I chanced for to stray, / A bonny young lassie came tripping that way,"

Highland Mary / Lucy Neal / Happy Yet.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:024 We May Be Happy Yet.

N/A

"Oh! smile as thou wert wont to smile, / Before the weight of care,"

Highland Mary / Lucy Neal / Handkerchief.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:026 Rambler From Clare.

N/A

"The first of my travels that ever was known, / I straight took my way to the town of Athlone,"

Struggle For / Pirate Of Isles / Bill Jones.

Unknown Unknown

1531

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:026 Struggle For The Breeches.

N/A

"H- About my wife I mean to sing a very comic song, / W- I hope that you the truth will tell, be it right or wrong."

Rambler Clare / Pirate Of Isles / Bill Jones.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:026 Pirate Of The Isles.

N/A

"I command a sturdy band, / Of pirates bold and free."

Rambler Clare / Struggle For / Bill Jones.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:026 Bill Jones.

N/A

"’Twas off the coast of Guinea land, / Full sixteen leagues from shore we lay."

Rambler Clare / Struggle For / Pirate Of Isles.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:028 Shannon Side.

N/A

"It was in the month of April one morning in the dawn, / When violets and cowslips bestrew’d every lawn,"

Bank Of Clyde / Kye Home / Gipsie Girl.

Unknown Unknown

1423

Yes

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y4:028 Banks Of The Clyde.

N/A

"When I was young and youth did bloom, / Where fancy led me, I did roam,"

Shanon Side / Kye Home / Gipsie Girl.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:028 When The Kye Come Home.

N/A

"Come all you jolly shepherds, / That whistle through the glen,"

Shanon Side / Banks Of Clyde / Gipsie Girl.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:028 The Little Gipsie Girl.

N/A

"My father is king of the gipsies, ‘tis true, / And my mother she learned me the camping to do,"

Shanon Side / Banks Of Clyde / Kye Home.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:029 Flora And Donald.

N/A

"O dark lowr’d the night on the wide distant heather, / And wild the raven croak’d out the bodings of death,"

Plaidie Awa / Bluebells / Nightingale / Robin Gray.

John Ross Newcastle,
Royal Arcade.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:029 The Wind Blew The Plaidie Awa’.

N/A

"The plaidie was lost and could na be found, / The diel’s in the plaid it’s awa’ wi’ the wind,"

Flora & Donald / Bluebells / Nightingale / Robin Gray.

John Ross Newcastle,
Royal Arcade.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:029 Bluebells Of Scotland.

N/A

"Oh! where, and oh where is my highland laddie gone? / He’s gone to fight the French for King George upon the throne,"

Flora & Donald / Plaidie Awa’ / Nightingale / Robin Gray.

John Ross Newcastle,
Royal Arcade.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:029 The Nightingale.

N/A

"My love he was a rich farmer’s son, / When first my tender heart he won;"

Flora & Donald / Plaidie Awa’ / Bluebells / Robin Gray.

John Ross Newcastle,
Royal Arcade.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:029 Auld Robin Gray.

N/A

"Young Jemmy lo’ed me weel, and ask’d me for his bride, / But saving a crown, he had nothing else beside;"

Flora & Donald / Plaidie Awa’ / Bluebells / Nightingale.

John Ross Newcastle,
Royal Arcade.

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:030 English Bloomers.

N/A

"Listen females all no matter what your trade is, / Old Nick is in the garls, the D___l’s in the ladies;"

Deeply Drinks / Johnie My Man / The Valley.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:030 Who Deeply Drinks Of Wine.

N/A

"Gaily still my moments roll, / While I quaff the flowing bowl,"

Bloomers / Johnie My Man / The Valley.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:030 Johnnie My Man.

N/A

"O Johnnie, my man, do you not think on rising, / For the day is far spent and the night’s coming on,"

Bloomers / Deeply Drinks / The Valley.

Unknown Unknown

845

Yes

Yes Text Here

No

 
Mu23-y4:030 Can I Forget The Valley.

N/A

"Can I forget the valley, / Or the gentle rippling rill,"

Bloomers / Deeply Drinks / Johnie My Man.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:034 The Female Sailor.

N/A

"Come listen awhile and you soon shall hear, / By the rolling sea lived a maiden fair,"

Van Dieman / Paddy Canal / Banners Blue.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:034 Van Dieman’s Land.

N/A

"Come all you gallant poachers that ramble void of care, / That walk out on a moonlight night with your dog, and gun, and snare,"

Female Sailor / Paddy Canal / Banners Blue.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:034 Paddy On The Canal.

N/A

"When I came to sweet Philadelphia, / It happened to be in the fall,"

Female Sailor / Van Dieman / Banners Blue.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:034 Banners Of Blue.

N/A

"Strike up, strike up, strike up, / Scottish minstrels so gay,"

Female Sailor / Van Dieman / Paddy Canal

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:036 Donald’s Return To Glencoe.

N/A

"As I was walking one morning of late, / When Flora’s gay mantle the fields decorate,"

John Reily / The Rose Of Allandale

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:036 John Reily.

N/A

"As I went out one evening clear down by yon river side, / I over heard a fair maid – the tears rolling down did glide,"

Return To Glencoe / The Rose Of Allandale.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:036 The Rose Of Allandale.

N/A

"The morn was fair, the skies were clear, / No breath came o’er the sea,"

Return To Glencoe / John Reily

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:039 The Cork Leg.

N/A

"A tale I now tell without any flam, / In Holland dwelt Mynheer Von Clam,"

Unfortunate Lad / Aileen Mavourneen.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:039 The Unfortunate Lad.

N/A

"As I was a walking down by the Lock Hospital, / As I was a walking one morning of late,"

The Cork Leg / Aileen Mavourneen.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:039 Aileen Mavourneen.

N/A

"He tells me he loves me and can I believe, / The heart he has won he can wish to deceive?"

The Cork Leg / Unfortunate Lad.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:042 Female Rambling Sailor.

N/A

"Come all you people far and near, / And listen to my ditty."

Dandy Husband / Mill Stream / Gleniffer.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:042 Dandy Husband.

N/A

"Come all you married women whoever that you be, / Likewise all you that’s single and listen unto me,"

Female Sailor / Mill Stream / Gleniffer.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:042 Old Mill Stream.

N/A

"Is this the old mill stream, that ten years ago, / Was so fast in it’s current, so sure in it’s flow?"

Female Sailor / Dandy Husband / Gleniffer.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:042 Braes O’ Gleniffer.

N/A

"Keen blaws the wind o’er the braes o’ Gleniffer, / The auld castle’s turrerts are covered wi’ snaw;"

Female Sailor / Dandy Husband /Mill Stream.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:043 I Dreamt I Dwelt In Marble Halls.

N/A

"I dreamt I dwelt in marble halls, / With vassals and serfs at my side,"

Loved Together / Old Sextan / Gloomy Winter.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:043 We Have Lived And Loved Together.

N/A

"We have liv’d and lov’d together, / Thro’ many changing years,"

Marble Halls / Old Sextan / Gloomy Winter.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:043 The Old Sextan.

N/A

"Nigh to a grave that was newly made, / Lean’d a Sextan old, on his earth-worn spade;"

Marble Halls / Loved Together / Glomy Winter

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:043 Gloomy Winter’s Now Awa’.

N/A

"Gloomy winter’s now awa’, / Saft the western breezes blaw;"

Marble Halls / Loved Together / Old Sextan.

Unknown Unknown

N/A

No

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:054 Nell Flaherty’s Drake.

N/A

"My name it is Nell, quite candid I tell, / And I live near Clonmell, I will never deny,"

None

Unknown Cork,
5 Paul Street.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:054 Mauriade In Kallagh.

N/A

"At the dance in the village, / The white foot was fleetest,"

None

Haly. Cork.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:059 Bound ‘Prentice To A Coasting Ship.

N/A

"Bound ‘prentice to a coasting ship, I weather’d many a gale, / but, bless your heart, I never know’d no fear:"

Blue Violets / The Voice Of Her I Love.

J. Catnach Dials,
Monmouth Ct.

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:059 Blue Violets.

N/A

"Violets, violets, beautiful blue violets, / Laden with perfume & dripping with dew,"

Bound ’Prentice / The Voice Of Her I Love.

J. Catnach Dials,
2 Monmouth Ct

N/A

Yes

No

No

 
Mu23-y4:059 The Voice Of Her I Love.

N/A

"How sweet at close of silent eve, / The harp’s responsive sound:"

Bound ‘Prentice / Blue Violets.

J. Catnach Dials,
2 Monmouth Ct

N/A

No

No

No