The Traditional Children's Games of England Scotland
& Ireland In Dictionary Form - Volume 2

With Tunes(sheet music), Singing-rhymes(lyrics), Methods Of Playing with diagrams and illustrations.

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Jenny Jones (one form). Jolly Hooper (only o?ie line ad­vance). Lady of the Land. London Bridge (one form). Mary Brown (one form). Milking Pails.
Nuts in May.
Pray, pretty Miss (one forjn).
Queen Anne.
Three Dukes.
Three Knights.
Three Sailors.
We are the Rovers.
Circle Form (singing and action subdivided i?ito three methods).
(i) Green Gravel. Jolly Miller.
London Bridge (some versions). Lubin.
Mulberry Bush. Nettles.
Oats and Beans and Barley. Ring a Ring o' Roses. Rushes. Wallflowers.
When I was a Young Girl. Would You know how doth the Peasant ?
(2) All the boys.
Down in the Valley.
Glasgow Ships.
Here stands a Young Man.
Jolly Fisherman.
Jolly Sailors.
King William.
Kiss in the Ring.
Knocked at the Rapper.
Lady on the Mountain.
Mary Brown.
Mary mixed a Pudding.
Needle Cases.
Old Widow.
Oliver, Oliver, follow the King.
Poor Mary sits a-weeping.
Poor Widow.
Pretty little Girl of Mine.
Punch Bowl.
Queen Mary.
Rosy Apple, Lemon, and Pear.
Round and Round the Gallant
Ship. Sally Water. Silly Old Man. Uncle John. Wind.
(3) Booman. Old Roger.
Round and Round the Village. Who goes round my Stone Wall ?
Individual Form (dialogue game).
Auld Grannie.
Baste the Bear.
Fox and Goose.
Ghost at the Well.
Hen and Chickens.
Honey Pots.
Jack, Jack, the Bread's a-burnin'.
Keeling the Pot.
King of the Barbaric
Lady on yonder Hill.
Lend Me your Key.
Mother, may I go out ?
Mother Mop.
Mother, Mother, the Pot boils over.
Mouse and Cobbler.
Old Granny Crow.
Old Woman.
Shepherds and Sheep.
Steal the Pigs.
Three Jolly Welshmen.

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