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Modern street ballads

Author: John Ashton; Leslie Shepard
Publisher: Detroit : Singing Tree Press, 1968.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Traces the basketball career of the point guard who starred at the University of North Carolina and then helped the Houston Rockets to win their first NBA championship in 1994.
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Biography
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Ashton, John, b. 1834.
Modern street ballads.
Detroit, Singing Tree Press, 1968
(OCoLC)572097458
Online version:
Ashton, John, b. 1834.
Modern street ballads.
Detroit, Singing Tree Press, 1968
(OCoLC)610008861
Named Person: Kenny Smith
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Ashton; Leslie Shepard
OCLC Number: 1150510
Notes: Without music.
Description: xvi, 405 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: SOCIAL: Sale of a wife --
A woman never know when her day's work's done --
The treats of London --
The income tax --
Striking times --
The mechanic's appeal to the public --
Women's sayings --
Bob Logic's description of the New Brighton Diligence for inside passengers only --
Paper'd-up hair --
I likes a drop of good beer --
The snob and the bottle --
Rory O' More turned teetotal --
Hurrah for Father Mathew's mill --
How five and twenty shillings were expended in a week - The way to live --
The cries of London --
The honest policeman of Mitcham --
Cookey darling --
I should like to be a policeman --
Bendigo, champion of England --
The bold Irish Yankey Benicia boy --
I'm a gent --
Jullien's grand polka --
Margate Hoy --
Crystal Palace --
HUMOROUS: Sheep's eyes for ever --
Cab, cab, cab --
The rush light --
If I had a donkey wot wouldn't go --
Shovel and broom --
Vilikins and his Dinah --
The exciseman outwitted --
Giles Scroggin's ghost --
The strange man --
A sight for a father --
Humors of Bartlemy Fair --
Georgy Barnwell --
Jonathan Brown --
Wery pekooliar, or the lisping lovers --
The babes in the wood --
Kate's young man --
He was such a nice young man --
Mrs. Monday --
All to astonish the Browns --
The ratcatcher's daughter --
Hod codlings --
The wonderful crocodile --
The thief's arm --
Cork leg --
The one horse chay --
The literary dustman --
The bill sticker --
Things I don't like to see --
The barrel of pork --
All round my hat --
Here's the man a-coming! --
The nobby head of hair --
Miss Bailey's ghost --
Humphrey Duggins --
COUNTRY: The honest ploughman, or 90 years ago --
The new fashioned farmer --
Present times, or eight shillings a week --
Jig, Jig, to the hirings --
Country statutes --
The bold poacher --
Death of poor Bill Brown --
The jolly angler --
The humours of the races --
The bonny grey --
The King and West Countryman --
Hodge in London --
SEA: Death of Parker --
The Battle of Boulogne --
Victory --
The Battle of Navarino --
Duke William's frolic --
The King and the sailor --
Jack Binnacle and Queen Victoria --
Sweet William --
The poor smuggler's boy --
The smuggler's bride --
The female smuggler --
Jack returned from sea --
The jolly roving tar --
Young Henry of the Raging Main --
Jack Robinson --
Bold William Taylor --
Ratcliffe highway in 1842 --
The Greenland Whale Fishery --
The New York Trader --
THE QUEEN: Viva Victoria --
Queen Victoria --
The Queen's marriage --
A new song on the birth of the Prince of Wales --
The Queen and the Coal Exchange --
Crystal Palace --
Queen's visit to France --
The Queen's dream --
Lovely Albert --
HISTORICAL: Brave Nelson --
Lord Nelson --
Battle of Waterloo --
King George IV's welcome to Scotland --
The death of the Right Honourable Sir Robert Peel, Bart., M.P. --
Death of Wellington --
POLITICAL: The chronicles of the Pope --
The happy reform --
The operatives' march --
A new alphabetical song on the Corn Law Bill --
A new song on the Corn Bill --
The crisis --
Chartists are coming --
The song of the lower classes --
A new hunting song --
MISCELLANEOUS: The wonderful wonders of town --
Law --
Jim Crow --
The workhouse boy --
The wild rover --
The diggins, O! --
Botany Bay --
Van Dieman's land --
Farewell to judges and juries --
My bonny black Bess --
Life of the Mannnigs --
The life and trial of Palmer --
Mary Arnold, the female monster --
The Undertaker's Club --
A tidy suit for all that --
The ragged coat --
The Collier swell --
The London Merchant --
Riley's farewell --
Young William --
The broken hearted gardener --
Boxing Day in 1847 --
St. James's and St. Giles's --
The three butchers.
Responsibility: with fifty-six illustrations by John Ashton ; new introduction by Leslie Shepard.

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Traces the basketball career of the point guard who starred at the University of North Carolina and then helped the Houston Rockets to win their first NBA championship in 1994.

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