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[Collection of early 19th century chap-books
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  • [no.1] The gentle shepherd, to which is added, The Saldana, and We fly in vain. Glasgow [n.d.] -- [no.2] The Battle of Prestopans, to which are added, The Minstrel [and] Charlie he's my darling. Stirling, 1824 -- [no.3] Bony Jean of Aberdeen, Bess is but a gawkie, Tom Starboard [and] King Louis' lament. Falkirk, 1815 -- [no.4] Hooly and fairly. A rose tree in full bearing, Highland Mary, One morn in May, etc. and As walking forth to view the plain. Stirling [n.d.] -- [no.5] The famous battle between Captain Ward and the Rainbow, Maggy Lauder, and The beggar girl. Glasgow [1818?] -- [no.6] The heir of Linne, an old ballad. Glasgow [n.d.] -- [no.7] Tam Glen. Young Dunois. Merrily Oh! The soldiers dream. Go where glory awaits thee. Glasgow, 1823 -- [no.8] The Highland plaid. Remember me. The girl of my heart. The last rose of summer. Love has eyes. Edinburgh [n.d.]
  • -- [no.9] March to the battle field. Corn riggs. No more by sorrow chas'd. The young chevalier. The soldier's return. Edinburgh [n.d.] -- [no.10] The trade o' langsyne, or, The mechanic's farewell, to which is added, Cawder Fair, John Anderson my Jo, The bonny wood of Craigie-lee, and The garland of love. Glasgow [n.d.] -- [no.11] The haughty duchess, or, Death and the lady. To which is added, The miller taken in and A furnished table. Glasgow [n.d.] -- [no.12] The life and transactions of Mrs. Jane Shore, concubine to King Edward IV. Edinburgh [n.d.] -- [no.13] The flower of Caledonia, to which is added, The Battle of Waterloo, and The Battle of Sherra-Moor. Glasgow [n.d.] -- [no.14] The history of Buckhaven in Fifeshire. Containing the entertaining exploits of Wise Willie and Witty Eppie. Edinburgh [n.d.] -- [no.15] The village curate, an interesting tale, to which is added, The country clergyman, a poem. Edinburgh [n.d.] -- [no.16] Lass o' Arranteenie. My Peggy is a young thing. Gow's fareweel to whisky. Roy's wife of Aldivalloch. Low down in the broom. Edinburgh [n.d.] -- [no.17] The ewie wi' the crooked horn. Saw ye Johnnie coming. Auld Rob Morris. The beautiful maid. Glasgow [n.d.]
  • -- [no.18] The hero of Ballinacrazy. Fly not yet. The tempest. The year that's awa. Edinburgh, 1823 -- [no.19] The crafty princess, or, The golden bull. Glasgow, 1816 -- [no.20] An elegy in memory of that valiant champion, Sir Robert Grierson, late Laird of Lag, or, The prince of darkness. Falkirk, 1813 -- [no.21] Bonny Maggy Lauder. To which is added, Johnny Faa, the gypsie laddie. The world turned upside-down. The sailing trade. Falkirk, 1814 -- [no.22] The tragedy of Sir James the Rose. Stirling, 1824 -- [no.23] The Turkish lady, to which are added, The rose o'kirtle, Mrs. Runnington's wig, The mournful widow. Stirling, 1824 -- [no.24] A collection of popular songs. Edinburgh [n.d.] -- [no.25] The Battle of Chevy-Chace, an excellent old ballad. Edinburgh [n.d.] -- [no.26] The distracted sailor. I'm wearing awa' Jean. The jolly soldier. The carle came-o'er the craft. Falkirk, 1815 -- [no.27] The death of Sally Roy, Rule Britannia, Men a-courting came, Jeannie dings them a'. Falkirk, 1815 -- [no.28] The herrin in the saut, to which are added, O fly haste Margret. The mill, mill, O'. Edinburgh [n.d.] -- [no.29] Buchanshire tragedy, or, Sir James the Ross. Greenock [n.d.] -- [no.30] The birks of Invermay. Go where glory waits thee. Lash'd to the helm. Bruce's address. The peck o' maut. Edinburgh [n.d.]
  • -- [no.31] Broom of cowdenknows, to which are added, The Dougal creature's account o' hersel'. Tak your auld cloak about ye. Edinburgh, 1824 -- [no.32] The pretty maid milking her cow. The Highland plaid, Far, far at sea, The beggar girl. Falkirk, 1815 -- [no.33] The churlish husband, to which are added, Jean of Aberdeen. Jamie is the fairest lad. The canny courtship. Stirling, 1824 -- [no.34] The seven voyages of Sindbad, the sailor. London, 1803 -- [no.35] The fountain nymph, or, The triumph of innocence. A German tale. London, 1807 -- [no.36] The affecting history of Caroline, or, The distressed widow. London, 1807 -- [no.37] The banks of the Ban, to which is added, The soldier's dream, Edward and Mary, The maid of Erin, and Peggy Bawn. Glasgow, 1816 -- [no.38] The bridal bed, an old ballad. Glasgow, 1817 -- [no.39] The castle of the Pyrenees, or, The wanderer of the Alps, an historic tale. London, 1803 -- [no.40] The history of Molly Flanders ... Stirling, 1828 -- [no.41] Eliza & Henry, a ballad founded on facts. Preston [n.d.] -- [no.42] Elvira, or, The mysterious orphan. A pathetic tale. London, 1807 -- [no.43] The factor's garland, and princess' happy marriage. Glasgow, 1816 -- [no.44] Fly not yet. Hooly and fairly. Life is like a summer flower. Bide ye yet. Mary, I believed thee true. Glasgow [n.d.]
  • -- [no.45] The four lovers, or, The dream realized. An Indian romance. London, 1807 -- [no.46] The ghost of the rock, a romantic story. To which is added, The fortunate robbery, a true story. London, 1804 -- [no.47] Gloomy winter's come again. Within a mile of Edinburgh. Think on my fate! Ae fond kiss. The minstrel. When in the storms on Albion's coast, and Scenes of woe, etc. Stirling [n.d.] -- [no.48] The hermit of the grove, or, The fatal effects of gaming. A tale, alas! too true. London, 1804 -- [no.49] The history of the four kings of Canterbury, Colchester, Cornwall, & Cumberland, their queens and daughters. Being the merry tales of Tom Hodge and his school-fellows. Falkirk, 1823 -- [no.50] History of the renowned John of Calais, and the beautiful Constance, Princess of Portugal. To which is added, The monk and spectre. A romance. London, 1803 -- [no.51] The Madrid shaver's adventures in the Spanish Inquisition. Kilmarnock, 1827 -- [no.52] O this is no my ain lassie. The ewie, &c. I hae a wife o' my ain. Adieu the birks of Invermay. Glasgow [n.d.] -- [no.53] The round tower, or, The mystery, a romantic tale. To which is added, The noble Genoiese, a tale. London, 1803
  • -- [no.54] The soldier's return, to which are added, The bush aboon Traquair. O poortith cauld. The sheep's head in the pat. Flowing hair. Stirling, 1824 -- [no.55] The three sisters, or, The fatal forest. A romance. Translated from the Italian. London, 1807 -- [no.56] The two babes in the wood, or, The Norfolk gentleman's last will and testament. Glasgow, 1816 -- [no.57] The unfortunate marriage, and the natural daughter. A Swedish tale. London, 1807 -- [no.58] The village maid, or, The interesting adventures of Montsirant. London, 1804 -- [no.59] Watty and Meg, or, The wife reformed. Glasgow [n.d.] -- [no.60] Marriage promise, or, The history of Emma Woodley / by Sarah Wilkinson. To which is added, A poem to the memory of the late Mrs. Pope. London, 1803 -- [no.61] The history of Cecelia, or, The beautiful nun. London, 1804
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61 v.
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ill.
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  • (OCoLC)319966422
  • ucoclc319966422
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[Collection of early 19th century chap-books
Publication
Contents
  • [no.1] The gentle shepherd, to which is added, The Saldana, and We fly in vain. Glasgow [n.d.] -- [no.2] The Battle of Prestopans, to which are added, The Minstrel [and] Charlie he's my darling. Stirling, 1824 -- [no.3] Bony Jean of Aberdeen, Bess is but a gawkie, Tom Starboard [and] King Louis' lament. Falkirk, 1815 -- [no.4] Hooly and fairly. A rose tree in full bearing, Highland Mary, One morn in May, etc. and As walking forth to view the plain. Stirling [n.d.] -- [no.5] The famous battle between Captain Ward and the Rainbow, Maggy Lauder, and The beggar girl. Glasgow [1818?] -- [no.6] The heir of Linne, an old ballad. Glasgow [n.d.] -- [no.7] Tam Glen. Young Dunois. Merrily Oh! The soldiers dream. Go where glory awaits thee. Glasgow, 1823 -- [no.8] The Highland plaid. Remember me. The girl of my heart. The last rose of summer. Love has eyes. Edinburgh [n.d.]
  • -- [no.9] March to the battle field. Corn riggs. No more by sorrow chas'd. The young chevalier. The soldier's return. Edinburgh [n.d.] -- [no.10] The trade o' langsyne, or, The mechanic's farewell, to which is added, Cawder Fair, John Anderson my Jo, The bonny wood of Craigie-lee, and The garland of love. Glasgow [n.d.] -- [no.11] The haughty duchess, or, Death and the lady. To which is added, The miller taken in and A furnished table. Glasgow [n.d.] -- [no.12] The life and transactions of Mrs. Jane Shore, concubine to King Edward IV. Edinburgh [n.d.] -- [no.13] The flower of Caledonia, to which is added, The Battle of Waterloo, and The Battle of Sherra-Moor. Glasgow [n.d.] -- [no.14] The history of Buckhaven in Fifeshire. Containing the entertaining exploits of Wise Willie and Witty Eppie. Edinburgh [n.d.] -- [no.15] The village curate, an interesting tale, to which is added, The country clergyman, a poem. Edinburgh [n.d.] -- [no.16] Lass o' Arranteenie. My Peggy is a young thing. Gow's fareweel to whisky. Roy's wife of Aldivalloch. Low down in the broom. Edinburgh [n.d.] -- [no.17] The ewie wi' the crooked horn. Saw ye Johnnie coming. Auld Rob Morris. The beautiful maid. Glasgow [n.d.]
  • -- [no.18] The hero of Ballinacrazy. Fly not yet. The tempest. The year that's awa. Edinburgh, 1823 -- [no.19] The crafty princess, or, The golden bull. Glasgow, 1816 -- [no.20] An elegy in memory of that valiant champion, Sir Robert Grierson, late Laird of Lag, or, The prince of darkness. Falkirk, 1813 -- [no.21] Bonny Maggy Lauder. To which is added, Johnny Faa, the gypsie laddie. The world turned upside-down. The sailing trade. Falkirk, 1814 -- [no.22] The tragedy of Sir James the Rose. Stirling, 1824 -- [no.23] The Turkish lady, to which are added, The rose o'kirtle, Mrs. Runnington's wig, The mournful widow. Stirling, 1824 -- [no.24] A collection of popular songs. Edinburgh [n.d.] -- [no.25] The Battle of Chevy-Chace, an excellent old ballad. Edinburgh [n.d.] -- [no.26] The distracted sailor. I'm wearing awa' Jean. The jolly soldier. The carle came-o'er the craft. Falkirk, 1815 -- [no.27] The death of Sally Roy, Rule Britannia, Men a-courting came, Jeannie dings them a'. Falkirk, 1815 -- [no.28] The herrin in the saut, to which are added, O fly haste Margret. The mill, mill, O'. Edinburgh [n.d.] -- [no.29] Buchanshire tragedy, or, Sir James the Ross. Greenock [n.d.] -- [no.30] The birks of Invermay. Go where glory waits thee. Lash'd to the helm. Bruce's address. The peck o' maut. Edinburgh [n.d.]
  • -- [no.31] Broom of cowdenknows, to which are added, The Dougal creature's account o' hersel'. Tak your auld cloak about ye. Edinburgh, 1824 -- [no.32] The pretty maid milking her cow. The Highland plaid, Far, far at sea, The beggar girl. Falkirk, 1815 -- [no.33] The churlish husband, to which are added, Jean of Aberdeen. Jamie is the fairest lad. The canny courtship. Stirling, 1824 -- [no.34] The seven voyages of Sindbad, the sailor. London, 1803 -- [no.35] The fountain nymph, or, The triumph of innocence. A German tale. London, 1807 -- [no.36] The affecting history of Caroline, or, The distressed widow. London, 1807 -- [no.37] The banks of the Ban, to which is added, The soldier's dream, Edward and Mary, The maid of Erin, and Peggy Bawn. Glasgow, 1816 -- [no.38] The bridal bed, an old ballad. Glasgow, 1817 -- [no.39] The castle of the Pyrenees, or, The wanderer of the Alps, an historic tale. London, 1803 -- [no.40] The history of Molly Flanders ... Stirling, 1828 -- [no.41] Eliza & Henry, a ballad founded on facts. Preston [n.d.] -- [no.42] Elvira, or, The mysterious orphan. A pathetic tale. London, 1807 -- [no.43] The factor's garland, and princess' happy marriage. Glasgow, 1816 -- [no.44] Fly not yet. Hooly and fairly. Life is like a summer flower. Bide ye yet. Mary, I believed thee true. Glasgow [n.d.]
  • -- [no.45] The four lovers, or, The dream realized. An Indian romance. London, 1807 -- [no.46] The ghost of the rock, a romantic story. To which is added, The fortunate robbery, a true story. London, 1804 -- [no.47] Gloomy winter's come again. Within a mile of Edinburgh. Think on my fate! Ae fond kiss. The minstrel. When in the storms on Albion's coast, and Scenes of woe, etc. Stirling [n.d.] -- [no.48] The hermit of the grove, or, The fatal effects of gaming. A tale, alas! too true. London, 1804 -- [no.49] The history of the four kings of Canterbury, Colchester, Cornwall, & Cumberland, their queens and daughters. Being the merry tales of Tom Hodge and his school-fellows. Falkirk, 1823 -- [no.50] History of the renowned John of Calais, and the beautiful Constance, Princess of Portugal. To which is added, The monk and spectre. A romance. London, 1803 -- [no.51] The Madrid shaver's adventures in the Spanish Inquisition. Kilmarnock, 1827 -- [no.52] O this is no my ain lassie. The ewie, &c. I hae a wife o' my ain. Adieu the birks of Invermay. Glasgow [n.d.] -- [no.53] The round tower, or, The mystery, a romantic tale. To which is added, The noble Genoiese, a tale. London, 1803
  • -- [no.54] The soldier's return, to which are added, The bush aboon Traquair. O poortith cauld. The sheep's head in the pat. Flowing hair. Stirling, 1824 -- [no.55] The three sisters, or, The fatal forest. A romance. Translated from the Italian. London, 1807 -- [no.56] The two babes in the wood, or, The Norfolk gentleman's last will and testament. Glasgow, 1816 -- [no.57] The unfortunate marriage, and the natural daughter. A Swedish tale. London, 1807 -- [no.58] The village maid, or, The interesting adventures of Montsirant. London, 1804 -- [no.59] Watty and Meg, or, The wife reformed. Glasgow [n.d.] -- [no.60] Marriage promise, or, The history of Emma Woodley / by Sarah Wilkinson. To which is added, A poem to the memory of the late Mrs. Pope. London, 1803 -- [no.61] The history of Cecelia, or, The beautiful nun. London, 1804
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61 v.
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ill.
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  • (OCoLC)319966422
  • ucoclc319966422

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