2 edition of The lord of Warwickshire"s garland, containing some delightful new songs. ... found in the catalog.
The lord of Warwickshire"s garland, containing some delightful new songs. ...
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Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1985. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 901, no. 2).
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Songs: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Loyal garland. London, Printed for the Percy Society by Richards, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: J O Halliwell-Phillipps. The antiquities of Warwickshire illustrated; with maps, prospects, and portraictures. By Sir William Dugdale. The second edition, in two volumes, printed from a copy corrected by the author himself, and with the original copper plates.
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New Songs. The Lord of Warwickshire. A new song, call'd take me Jenny. III. The sailor's departure from his true love Nancy. A new song, called the Butcher's daughter. Licensed and enter'd according to order. The lord of Warwickshire's garland, containing some delightful new songs.
Published: () The Warwickshire lad's garland, composed of several excellent new songs. Each part of 8 pages contains 3 to 7 songs, and has title vignette, often repeated for different songs. Without music. Description: 1 part: illustrations ; 16 cm: Contents:  Allen A-Dale. Paddy Carey.
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The Bishoprick garland; or, A collection of legends, songs, ballads, &c. belonging to the County of DurhamFirst published: 06 Mar, Robert Burns () is best known for his poems and songs that reflect Scotland's cultural heritage. He was born in Alloway, Ayrshire, Scotland, the first of seven children belonging to William Burnes, a tenant farmer, and his wife Agnes Broun.
Burns had little formal education, but he read English literature and absorbed the traditional, largely oral Scots-language folk songs and tales of. Burns had little formal education, but he read English literature and absorbed the traditional, largely oral Scots-language folk songs and tales of his rural environment.
He began to compose songs inand published his first book, Poems, Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect, in The work was a critical success, and its poems in both Scots and English, on a range of topics, established Burns’s broad.
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the Badger-folk, the ghostly Barrowwight, a lovely princess, trolls, dwarves, and legendary beasts. A delightful volume of 16 songs, rhymes and poems from the acclaimed The Hobbit. The book contains short poems. Some of them about the rest from Middle /5.