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A New Collection of Original Scotch Songs

DMI number:
27
Place of Publication:
London
Format:
Folio
Pagination:
0
Comments:
A New Collection of Original Scotch Songs: Transpos'd in the best Keys for the Flute. '2 unpaginated collections of song sheets originally published separately.' (Olis record) Second volume has '2d.' written in by hand on the titlepage (i.e. 'A '2d' New Collection...') Harding Mus F 87 v. 1-2. Unpaginated, but page numbers 115-191 have been written in ink: 115-143 = first volume; 144-159 blank; 160-188 = second volume; 189-191 blank. Each folio of the two parts is also numbered in pencil: First volume = [ii]1-14. Second volume = [ii] 1-14. Text plus music; engraved plates. No date: 1730?
Related People
Publisher:
Daniel Wright
Confidence:
Absolute (100%)
Comments:
'Printed and Sold by Daniel Wright, Musical Instrument Maker, & Musick Book Printer, next the Sun Tavern, the corner of Brook Street, in Holborn. And Dan.l Wright Junr at the Golden Bass in St Paul's Church-Yard.
Sold by:
Daniel Wright (junior)
Confidence:
Absolute (100%)
Comments:
'Printed and Sold by Daniel Wright, Musical Instrument Maker, & Musick Book Printer, next the Sun Tavern, the corner of Brook Street, in Holborn. And Dan.l Wright Junr at the Golden Bass in St Paul's Church-Yard.'
Content/Publication
First Line:
When Sawny first did woe me
Page No:
I, f. 1r
Poem Title:
A Scotch Song sett by Mr. Leveridge
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Gin thou wer't my ene thing
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I, f. 2r
Poem Title:
A Scotch Song
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First Line:
Blithe Jockey young and gay
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I, f. 3r
Poem Title:
A Scotch Song compos'd by Mr. Leveridge
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First Line:
As I went forth to view the spring
Page No:
I, f. 4r
Poem Title:
Bonny Kathern Oggy
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First Line:
O mine own Jenny
Page No:
I, f. 5r
Poem Title:
A New Scotch Song by Mr. Yoslington
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First Line:
As Jockey and Jenny together was laid
Page No:
I, f. 6r
Poem Title:
sung by Mrs. Reading
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First Line:
As I came down the heyland town
Page No:
I, f. 7r
Poem Title:
Bonny Kathern Loggy
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First Line:
In April when primroses paint the sweet plain
Page No:
I, f. 8r
Poem Title:
The Yellow Hair'd Laddie
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First Line:
Love's goddess in a myrtle grove
Page No:
I, f. 9r
Poem Title:
Bonny Jean
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First Line:
I will awa' wi' my love
Page No:
I, f. 10r
Poem Title:
O'er Boggie
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First Line:
Peggy in devotion bred from tender years
Page No:
I, f. 11r
Poem Title:
Peggy Devoted, or the Scotch Parsons Daughter
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First Line:
By moonlight on the green
Page No:
I, f. 13r
Poem Title:
A Scotch song. Sung by Mrs. Lucas at the Theater
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First Line:
Ken you who comes here
Page No:
I, f. 14r
Poem Title:
[no title]
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First Line:
With tuneful pipe and merry glee young Jockey wom my heart
Page No:
II, f. 1r
Poem Title:
A Scotch Song
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First Line:
Beneath a green shade I fand a fair maid
Page No:
II, f. 2r
Poem Title:
Peggys Mill.
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First Line:
O Bessy Bell and Mary Gray
Page No:
II, f.3r
Poem Title:
A Scotch Song sung by Mrs. Robinson at the Kings Theatre in the Hay Market
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First Line:
There's auld Rob Morris that wins in yon glen
Page No:
II, f. 4r
Poem Title:
[no title]
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First Line:
Happy's the love that meets return
Page No:
II, f. 5r
Poem Title:
[no title]
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First Line:
At Polwart on the green
Page No:
II, f. 6r
Poem Title:
The kind lass of Polwart
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First Line:
The lass of Patties mill
Page No:
II, f. 7r
Poem Title:
[no title]
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First Line:
The rosy morn lukes bleeth and gay
Page No:
II, f. 9r
Poem Title:
The Rosy Morn, a Scotch song
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First Line:
As early I walked on the first day of May
Page No:
II, f. 10r
Poem Title:
Through the Wood Laddie
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First Line:
Hear me ye nymphs and every swain
Page No:
II, f. 11r
Poem Title:
The Bush aboon Traquair, sung by Mrs. Barbier
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First Line:
Blest as the immortal gods is he
Page No:
II, f. 12r
Poem Title:
A Hymn to Venus
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First Line:
How sweetly smells the summer green
Page No:
II, f. 13r
Poem Title:
Bonny Christy
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