Child's, The English And Scottish Ballads

Volume 1 of 8 from 1860 edition

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" The Choice Spirit's Chaplet: or a Poesy from Parnassus, being a Select Collection of Songs from the most approved authors: many of them written and the whole compiled by George Alexander Stevens, Esq." Whitehaven, 1771.
" A Collection of English Songs in score for three or four Voices. Composed about the year 1500. Taken from MSS. of the same age. Revised and digested by John Stafford Smith." London, 1779.
" Scottish Tragic Ballads." John Pinkerton. LonĀ­don, 1781.
" Two Ancient Scottish Poems; The Gaberlunzie-Man and Christ's Kirk on the Green. With Notes and Observations. By John Callender, Esq. of Craigforth." Edinburgh, 1782.
"The Charmer: A Collection of Songs, chiefly such as are eminent for poetical merit; among which are many origĀ­inals, and others that were never before printed in a song-book." 2 vols. 4th ed. Edinburgh, 1782.
" Select Scottish Ballads." 2 vols. John Pinkerton. London, 1783. Vol. I. Tragic Ballads, Vol. H. Comic Ballads.
" A Select Collection of English Songs, with their Original Airs, and an Historical Essay on the Origin and Progress of National Song." By J. Kitson. 1783. 2d ed. with Additional Songs and Occasional Notes, by Thomas Park. London, 1813. 3 vols.
" The Poetical Museum. Containing Songs and Poems on almost every subject. Mostly from Periodical Publications." George Caw. Hawick, 1784.
"The Bishopric Garland or Durham Minstrel." Edited by Kitson. Stockton, 1784. Newcastle, 1792. [London, 1809.] See " Northern Garlands," p. xix.
* "The New British Songster. A Collection of Songs, Scots