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No. 46. Edwin in the Lowlands Low.
Texts without tunes:—Gavin Greig's Folk-Song of the North-East, ii., art. 123. Broad­side by Jackson & Son (Birmingham).
Texts with tunes:—Journal of the Folk-Song Society, i., 124; iii., 266. Journal of the Irish Folk-Song Society, iii., 24. Folk-Songs of England, iii., 38.
American variant:—Journal of American Folk-Lore, xx., 274.
No. 47. Awake, Awake.
Texts without tunes:—Gavin Greig's Folk-Song of the North-East, i., art. 54. Broad­side (no imprint).
Texts with tunes:—Christie's Traditional Ballad Airs, i., 225. Journal of the Folk-Song Society, i., 269; iii., 78. Songs of the West, 2d ed., No. 41. Folk Songs from Somerset, No. 99. Folk-Songs of England, v., 12.
American variants:—Journal of American Folk-Lore, xx., 260; xxv., 282 (tune only).
No. 48. The Green Bed.
Texts without tunes:—Broadside by Jackson & Son (Birmingham). Gavin Greig's
Folk-Song of the North East, ii., art. 115. Texts with tunes:—Christie's Traditional Ballad Airs, i., 251. Songs of the West, 2nd
ed., No. 91. Journal of the Folk-Song Society, i., 48; iii., 281; v., 68. American variants:—Journal of American Folk-Lore, xxv., 7.
No. 49. The Simple Ploughboy.
Texts without tunes:—Gavin Greig's Folk-Song of the North-East, ii., art. 117. Broad­side by Jackson & Son (Birmingham).
Texts with tunes:—Journal of the Folk-Song Society, i., 132; iv., 304. Songs of the West, 2nd ed., No. 59. Joyce's Old Irish Folk-Music and Songs, p. 223.
No. 50. The Three Butchers.
Texts without tunes:—Roxburghe Collection, iii., 30 and 496; iv., 80. Broadside by Pitts. Gavin Greig's Folk-Song of the North-East, i., art. 36.
Texts with tunes:—Journal of the Folk-Song Society, i., 174. Miss Broadwood's Tradi­tional Sotigs and Carols, p. 42.
No. 51. William Taylor.
Texts without tunes:—Gavin Greig's Folk-Song of the North-East, ii., art. 101.
Texts with tunes:—Journal of the Folk-Song Society, iii., 214; v., 68 and 161. Petrie's Collection of Irish Music, No. 745 (tune only). Christie's Traditional Ballad Airs, ii., 209. Joyce's Old Irish Folk-Music and Songs, No. 424. Folk Songs from Somerset, Nos. 118 and 119. Journal of the Irish Folk-Song Society, v., 12. American variants:—Journal of American Folk-Lore, xxii., 74 (tune only); xxii., 380 (with tune). Broadside by H. De Marsan.
No. 52. The Golden Glove.
Texts without tunes:—Broadsides by Such, Catnach and Pitts. Gavin Greig's Folk-
Song of the North-East, ii., art. 95. Bell's Songs of the Peasantry, p. 70. Miss Burne's
Shropshire Folk-Lore, p. 553. Texts with tunes:—Christie's Traditional Ballad Airs, ii., 115. Kidson's Traditional
Tunes, pp. 49 and 173. English Folk-Songs for Schools, 7th ed., No. 15. American variants:—Wyman and Brockway's Lonesome Tunes, p. 49. Journal of
American Folk-Lore, xxv., 12, and xxix., 172.






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