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Old come all ye’s : the finest collection of northern ballads and folk poems (2nd enlarged ed.)

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Old come all ye’s : the finest collection of northern ballads and folk poems (2nd enlarged ed.)
ITMA Reference Number:7474-BK
Title:Old come all ye's : the finest collection of northern ballads and folk poems
Section:Digitised Books
Publication Details:Derry : The Derry Journal, n.d. [1920s?]
Copyright:The Derry Journal
Physical Description:64 p. ; 21 cm. (pbk.)
Format:Book
Subject:Ireland: Songs in English
Table of Contents:Me own home rule coat – The mountains of Mourne -- Mary's reply -- I'm going to Buncrana -- Pilot Charles O'Boyle, Rutland Island – A Twelfth July song -- Willie Reilly and his colleen bawn -- Lurgy stream – The Irish jaunting car -- John's dream (air: Villiken's and Dinah) – The man of the north countrie -- Maid of sweet Gorteen -- My own ould Irish home -- Carntoher Braes -- Willsboro – The rights of man – The oul' plaid shawl -- Kitty of Coleraine – The Strabane fleet -- Love of Erin -- Derry town – The banks of Kilrea -- Songs of the Gaelic peasantry – The hills of Donegal -- It's aisy to be smiling -- Turlough O'Boyle and Aileen MacSweeney -- How James Daly was wrongly condemned -- My Irish Molly o – The piper from the Rosses -- Let us be merry before we go – The unfortunate lovers -- Bantry Bay – The maid of Aghadowey -- Van Diemen's Land -- Dan O'Connell and the Cockneys -- O'Donnell's farewell to the Rosses -- Where is the flag of England -- To the River Foyle – The old Ramelton flax market -- To the statue of Governor Walker – The ballad of Shane Crossagh -- Widow Machree – The old Irish song -- Michael Toland, the tailor -- There's luck in odd numbers -- Never despise an old friend -- Pat Walsh is best of all – The Waterloo priest – The Strabane fleet -- Roisin Dubh – The star of Donegal -- Sunny Tyrone – The old orange flute -- Johnny I hardly knew ye -- Moorlough Mary -- Donnelly and Cooper on the Curragh of Kildare -- Eviction of a Donegal priest – The Buncrana train -- Molly Astore – The maid of the sweet brown knowe – The old bog road – The bold beggar's daughter – The funeral of Michael Heraghty – The banks of Claudy -- Pat Campbell the drover -- That hero Shane McHugh -- Derry's old wooden bridge -- Lough Swilly Shore – The Feeny boy's song – The North West Tirconaill boys -- Glenswilly -- Toast of an Irish colleen -- As I strolled along Erin's green shore – The lass of Glencoe -- Francis Bradley – The Gaugher of Gweedore -- Shaun Crossa at Dungiven – The flower of sweet Strabane
Language:English
Corporate Author:The Derry Journal
Edition:2nd enlarged

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