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The English and Scottish popular ballads.

Author: Francis James Child
Publisher: New York, Dover Publications [1965]
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English and Scottish popular ballads.
New York, Dover Publications [1965]
(OCoLC)569927309
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Francis James Child
ISBN: 0486214095 9780486214092 0486214109 9780486214108 0486214117 9780486214115 0486214125 9780486214122 0486214133 9780486214139
OCLC Number: 261173
Notes: Reprint of first ed., 1882-98.
Description: 5 volumes portrait 24 cm
Contents: Vol. 1: Riddles wisely expounded --
The elfin knight --
The fause knight upon the road --
Lady Isabel and the elf-knight --
Gil Brenton --
Willie's lady --
Earl Brand --
Erlinton --
The fair flower of Northumberland --
The TWA sisters --
The cruel brother --
Lord Randal --
Edward --
Babylon; or, the bonnie banks o Fordie --
Leesome Brand --
Sheath and knife --
Hind horn --
Sir Lionel --
King Orfeo --
The cruel mother --
The maid and the palmer (the Samaritan woman) --
St. Stephen and Herod --
Judas --
Bonnie Annie --
Willie's lyke-wake --
The three ravens --
The whummil bore --
Burd Ellen and young Tamlane --
The boy and the mantle --
King Arthur and King Cornwall --
The marriage of Sir Gawain --
King Henry --
Kempy Kay --
Kemp Owyne --
Allison Gross --
The laily worm and the machrel of the sea --
Thomas Rymer --
The wee wee man --
Tam Lin --
The queen of Elfan's Nourice --
Hind etin --
Clerk Colvill --
The broomfield hill --
The TWA magicians --
King John and the bishop --
Captain Wedderburn's courtship --
Proud Lady Margaret --
Young Andrew --
The TWA brothers --
The bonny hind --
Lizie Wan --
The kins' dochter Lady Jean --
Young Beichan. Vol. 2: The cherry-tree carol --
The carnal and the crane --
Dives and Lazarus --
Brown Robyn's confession --
Sir Patrick Spens --
Sir Aldingar --
King Estmere --
Sir Cawline --
Fair Annie --
Child waters --
Fair Janet --
Lady Maisry --
Lord Ingram and Chiel Wyet --
Glasgerion --
Young hunting --
Clerk Saunders --
Willie and Lady Maisry --
The bent Sae Brown --
The clerk's TWA sons o Owsenford --
Lord Thomas and fair Annet --
Fair Margaret and sweet William --
Lord Lovel --
The lass of Roch Royal --
Sweet William's ghost --
The unquiet grave --
The wife of Usher's well --
Old Robin of Portingale --
Little Musgrave and Lady Barnard --
The bonny birdy --
Child Maurice --
Bonny Barbara Allan --
Lady Alice --
Young Benjie --
Prince Robert --
Young Johnstone --
Fause foodrage --
Jellon grame --
Fair Mary of Wallington --
Bonny bee hom --
Lamkin --
Young waters --
The maid freed from the gallows --
The gay goshawk --
Brown robin --
Brown Adam --
Johnie scot --
Willie o Winsbury --
Willie o Douglas Dale --
Willie and Earl Richard's daughter --
Rose the red and white lily --
Prince Heathen --
The bailiff's daughter of Islington --
The famous flower of serving-men --
Will Stewart and John --
Christopher White --
Tom Potts --
The knight and shepherd's daughter --
Crow and pie --
The baffled knight --
The great silkie of Sule Skerry. Vol. 3: Johnie Cock --
Robyn and Gandeleyn --
Adam Bell, Clim of the Clough and William of Cloudesly --
A gest of Robyn Hode --
Robin Hood and Guy of Gisborne --
Robin Hood and the monk --
Robin Hood's death --
Robin Hood and the potter --
Robin Hood and the butcher --
Robin Hood and the curtal friar --
The jolly pinder of Wake field --
Robin Hood and Little John --
Robin Hood and the tanner --
Robin Hood and the tinker --
Robin Hood newly revived --
Robin Hood and the Prince of Aragon --
Robin Hood and the scotchman --
Robin Hood and the ranger --
The bold pedlar and Robin Hood --
Robin Hood and the beggar, I --
Robin Hood and the beggar, II --
Robin Hood and the shepherd --
Robin Hood's delight --
Robin Hood and the pedlars --
Robin Hood and Allen a dale --
Robin Hood's progress to Nottingham --
Robin Hood rescuing three squires --
Robin Hood rescuing Will Stutly --
Little John a begging --
Robin Hood and the bishop --
Robin Hood and the bishop of Hereford --
Robin Hood and Queen Katherine --
Robin Hood's chase --
Robin Hood's golden prize --
The noble fisherman, or, Robin Hood's preferment --
Robin Hood's birth, breeding, valor and marriage --
Robin Hood and Maid Marian --
The king's disguise, and friendship with Robin Hood --
Robin Hood and the golden arrow --
Robin Hood and the valiant knight --
A true tale of Robin Hood --
Sir Hufh, or, the jew's daughter --
Queen Eleanor's confession --
Gude Wallace --
Hugh Spencer's feats in France --
Durham field --
The knight of Liddesdale --
The battle of Otterburn --
The hunting of the cheviot --
The battle of Harlaw --
King Henry fifth's conquest of France --
Sir John Butler --
The rose of England --
Sir Andrew Barton --
Flodden field --
Johnie Armstrong --
The death of Queen Jane --
Thomas Cromwell --
Musselburgh field --
Mary Hamilton --
Earl Bothwell --
The rising in the north --
Northumberland betrayed by Douglas --
The Earl of Westmoreland --
Captain Car, or Edom o Gordon --
Rookhope ryde --
King James and Brown --
The bonny Earl of Murray --
The Laird o Logie --
Willie Macintosh --
The lads of Wamphray --
Dick o the cow --
Kinmont Willie --
Jock o the side --
Archie o Cawfield. Vol. 4: Hobie Noble --
Jamie Telfer of the fair dodhead --
Hughie Grame --
The lochmaben Harper --
The death of Parcy Reed --
The Laird of Wariston --
Lord Maxwell's last goodnight --
The fire of Frendraught --
James Grant --
Bonny John Seton --
The bonnie house o Airlie --
The gypsy laddie --
Bessy Bell and Mary Gray --
The battle of Philiphaugh --
The Baron of Brackley --
Jamie Douglas --
Loudon Hill, or, Drumclog --
Bothwell bridge --
Lord Delamere --
Lord Derwentwater --
Geordie --
Bonnie James Campbell --
Bewick and Graham --
The Duke of Athole's nurse --
Sir James the Rose --
The braes o Yarrow --
Rare Willie drowned in Yarrow, or the water o Gambie --
The mother's malison, or, Clyde's water --
The broom of Cowdenknows --
The false lover won back --
The gardener --
The bonny lass of Anglesey --
Katharine Jaffray --
Bonny baby Livingston --
Eppie Morrie --
The Lady of Arngosk --
Rob Roy --
Lizie Lindsay --
Bonny Lizie Baillie --
Glasgow Peggie --
Earl Crawford --
The slaughter of the Laird of Mellerstain --
The Earl of Errol --
Richie Story --
Andrew Lammie --
Charlie MacPherson --
The Earl of Aboyne --
The Laird o Drum --
The Duke of Gordon's daughter --
Glenlogie, or, Jean o Bethelnie --
Lord Saltoun and Auchanachie --
The rantin laddie --
The Baron o Leys --
The Coble o Cargill --
James Harris (the demon lover) --
James Hatley --
Young Allan --
Redesdale and wise William --Lady Elspat --The grey cock, or, saw you my father? --
Auld matrons --
Henry Martyn --
Lang Johnny More --
The kitchie-boy --
Thomas o Yonderdale --
Lord William, or, Lord Lundy --
Willie's fatal visit --
Alison and Willie --
Burd Isabel and Earl Patrick --
Broughty Wa's --
Lord Thomas Stuart --
Lord Thomas and Lady Margaret --
Lady Isabel --
Lord Livingston --
The new-slain knight --
The white fisher --
The knight's ghost. Vol. 5: John Thomson and the Turk --
The heir of Linne --
The TWA knights --
Lady Diamond --
The Earl of Mar's daughter --
The Lord of Lorn and the false steward --
The Suffolk miracle --
King Edward the fourth and a tanner of Tamworth --
Our goodman --
Get up and bar the door --
The friar in the well --
The wife wrapt in wether's skin --
The farmer's curst wife --
The jolly beggar --
The beggar-laddie --
The keach i the creel --
Jock the leg and the merry merchant --
The crafty farmer --
John Dory --
The George Aloe and the sweepstake --
The sweet trinity (the golden vanity) --
Captain Ward and the rainbow --
The young Earl of Essex's victory over the emperor of Germany --
The mermaid --
The wylie wife of the hie toun hie --
Child owlet --
The west-country damosel's complaint --
John of Hazelgreen --
Dugall Quin --
The brown girl --
Walter Lesly --
Earl Rothes --
Young Peggy --
Trooper and maid --
Blancheflour and jellyflorice --
The queen of Scotland --
Young Bearwell --
The holy nunnery --
Young Ronald --
The outlaw Murray.

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