The ballad book / edited by MacEdward Leach.


New York : A. S. Barnes & Company, Inc., [1955] .

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Other Authors Leach, MacEdward, 1896-1967,
Subjects Ballades anglaises.
Ballades écossaises.
Ballads, English -- Great Britain -- Texts.
Ballads, English -- Scotland -- Texts.
Ballads, English -- United States -- Texts.
Ballads, English.
Great Britain.
Scotland.
United States.
Description 842 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1955]
©1955
Notes Bibliography: pages 826-833.
Contents Introduction.
American ballads by origin or adoption. Paul Jones -- Lovewell's fight -- Brave Wolfe -- Springfield Mountain -- Young Charlotte -- The little Mohee -- Lost Jimmie Whalen -- The drowsy sleeper -- The silver dagger -- The fair maid by the seashore -- Willie Leonard, or, The lake of Cold Finn -- Mary of the wild moor -- The little family -- The sailor boy -- The butcher boy -- The wagoner's lad -- The banks of Dundee -- Willie Riley -- One morning in May (the nightingale) -- Brennan on the moor -- Father Grumble -- The fox -- Betsy from Pike -- Joe Bowers -- Jesse James -- John Henry -- John Hardy -- Frankie and Albert (Johnnie) -- Stagolee -- Lookin' for the bully of the town -- Villkins and his Dinah -- The banks of Gaspereaux -- The jam on Gerry's Rock -- Canaday I. O. (The buffalo skinners) -- The little brown bulls -- High Barbary -- The flying cloud -- Fifteen ships on George's banks -- The Avondale Mine disaster -- The Lexington murder -- Fair Florella, or, The jealous lover -- Pearl Bryan -- Colonel Sharp -- Henry Green -- Naomi (Omie) Wise.
Ballads of England and Scotland with American and Danish variants. Riddles wisely expounded -- The Elfin knight -- Lady Isable and the Elf-Knight -- Gil Brenton -- Willie's lady -- Earl Brand -- The fair flower of Northumberland -- The twa sisters -- The cruel brother -- Lord Randal -- Edward -- Babylon : or, The bonnie banks o Fordie -- Leesome brand -- Hind horn -- Sir Lionel -- The cruel mother -- The maid and the palmer -- St. Stephen and Herod -- Judas -- Willie's lyke-wake-- The three ravens (The twa corbies) -- The boy and the mantle -- The marriage of Sir Gawain --King Henry -- Kemp Owyne -- Allison Gross -- Thomas Rymer -- The wee wee man -- Tam Lin -- Hind Etin -- Clerk Colville -- The Broomfiled Hill -- The twa magicians -- King John and the bishop -- Captain Wedderburn's courtship -- Proud Lady Margaret -- The twa brothers -- Lizie Wan -- Young Beichan -- The cherry-tree carol -- Dives and Lazarus -- Sir Patrick Spens -- Sir Aldingar -- Fair Annie -- Child Waters -- Fair Janet -- Lady Maisry -- Lord Ingram and Chiel Wyet -- Glasgerion -- Young Hunting -- Clerk Saunders -- The clerk's twa sons o Owsenford -- Lord Thomas and fair Annet -- Fair Margaret and sweet William -- Lord Lovel -- The lass of Roch Royal -- Sweet William's ghost -- The unquiet grave -- The wife of Usher's Well -- Little Musgrave and Lady Barnard -- Child Marice -- Bonny Barbara Allen -- Young Benjie -- Young Johnstone -- Jellon Grame -- Bonny Bee Hom --Lamkin -- The maid freed from the gallows -- The gay goshawk -- Johnie Scot -- Willie o Winsbury -- Willie o Douglas Dale -- The bailiff's daughter of Islington -- The knight and shepherd's daughter -- The baffled knight -- The great Silkie of Sule Skerry -- Johnie Cock -- Robyn and Gandeleyn -- Robin Hood and Guy of Gisborne -- Robin Hood and the monk -- Robin Hood's death -- Robin Hood and the potter -- Robin Hood and the Curtal Friar -- The jolly pinder of Wakefield -- Robin Hood and Little John -- Robin Hood and the tanner -- Robin Hood and the tinker -- Robin Hood newly revived -- The bold pedlar and Robin Hood -- Robin Hood and the beggar, I -- Robin Hood and the beggar, II -- Robin Hood and Allen a Dale -- Robin's Hood's progress to Nottingham -- Robin Hood rescuing Will Stutly -- Little John a begging -- Robin Hood and the bishop -- Robin Hood and the Bishop of Hereford -- Robin Hood and Queen Katherine -- Robin Hood's chase -- Robin Hood's golden prize -- Robin Hood and Maid Marian -- Sir Hugh, or, The Jew's daughter -- Queen Eleanor's confession -- Gude Wallace -- The Battle of Otterburn -- The hunting of the cheviot -- King Henry Fifth's conquest of France -- Sir Andrew Barton -- Johnie Armstrong -- The death of Queen Jane -- Mary Hamilton -- The rising in the North -- Captain Car, or, Edom o Gordon -- The bonny Earl of Murray -- The laird of Logie -- The lads of Wamphray -- Dick o the cow -- Kinmont Willie -- Archie o Cawfield -- Hobie Noble -- Yhe Lochamben harper -- The death of Parcy Reed -- The Laird of Wariston -- Lord Maxwell's last good night -- Bonny John Seton -- the bonnie house of Airlie -- The Gypsy laddie -- The Baron of Brackley -- Jamie Douglas -- Lord Derwentwater -- Geordie -- Bonnie James Campbell -- Bewick and Graham -- The Duke of Athole's nurse -- The braes o Yarrow -- Rare Willie drowned in Yarrow, or, The water o Gamrie -- The mother's malison, or, Clyde's water -- The false lover won back -- The gardener -- Katharine Jaffray -- Bonny Baby Livingston -- Rob Roy -- Bonny Lizie Baillie -- Glasgow Peggie -- Earl Crawford -- Richie Story -- The Earl of Aboyne -- Lord Saltoun and Auchanachie -- The Rantin laddie -- James Harris (The daemon lover) -- James Hatley -- Young Allan -- The grey cock -- Auld matrons -- Henry Martyn -- The Kitchie-boy -- Lord William, or, Lord Lundy -- Willie's fatal visit -- Alison and Willie -- Burd Isabel and Earl Patrick -- Lord Thomas Stuart -- Lord Thomas and Lady Margaret -- Lady Isabel -- Lady Diamond -- The heir of Linne -- The Earl of Mar's daughter -- The Suffolk miracle -- King Edward the Fourth and a tanner of Tamworth -- Our goodman -- Get up and bar the door -- The wife wrapt in wether's skin -- The farmer's curst wife -- The crafty farmer -- The George Aloe and the sweepstake -- The sweet Trinity or the golden vanity -- Captain Ward and the rainbow -- The mermaid -- John of Hazelgreen -- The brown girl -- Walter Lesly -- Earl Rothes -- Young Peggy -- The trooper and maid -- The holy nunnery -- The bitter withy -- The holy well (Sweet Jesus) -- Over yonder's a park (Corpus Christi) -- The bold fisherman -- The blind beggar of Bednall (Bethnal) Green -- Anna Water -- William Glen -- The Gosport tragedy -- Molly Bawn -- A sweetheart in the army -- Young Edwin in the lowlands low -- In Brunton town -- The Greenland whale fishery -- Van Dieman's Land.
Genre Texts.
Geographic Area Great Britain
Scotland
United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)351311
(OCoLC)ocm00351311
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat

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