Child's, The English And Scottish Ballads

Volume 1 of 8 from 1860 edition

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" Hugues de Lincoln. Eecueil de Ballades, Anglo-Normande et Ecossoises, relatives an meurtre de cet enfant," &c. Francisque Michel. Paris, 1834.
" Ballads and other Fugitive Poetical Pieces, chiefly Scot­tish; from the collections of Sir James Balfour." Edin­burgh, 1834. Ed. by James Maidment.
" Lays and Legends of Various Nations." By \V. J. Thorns. Loudon, 1834. 5 parts.
" The Songs of England and Scotland." By Peter Cunningham. 2 vols. London, 1835.
" Songs and Carols. Printed from a Manuscript in the Sloane Collection in the British Museum." By T. Wright. London, 1836.
" The Nutbrown Maid. From the earliest edition of Arnold's Chronicle." By T. Wright. London, 1836.
" The Turnament of Totenham, and The Feest. Two early Ballads, printed from a Manuscript preserved in the Public Library of the University of Cambridge." By T. Wright. London, 1836.
" A Little Book of Ballads." Newport, 1836. Printed by E. V. Utterson for the Eoxburghe Club.
" Ancient Scotish Melodies, from a Manuscript of the Reign of King James VI., with an Introductory En­quiry illustrative of the History of Music in Scot­land." By William Dauney. Edinburgh, 1838.
" Syr Gawayne; a collection of Ancient Romance-Poems, by Scotish and English authors, relating to that celebrated Knight of the Round Table, with an Introduction, Notes, and a Glossary." By Sir Fred. Madden. Bannatyne Club. London, 1839.

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