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2 edition of The new Scotch-jigg: or, The bonny cravat found in the catalog.

The new Scotch-jigg: or, The bonny cravat

The new Scotch-jigg: or, The bonny cravat

Johnny wooed Jenny to tye his cravat; but Jenny perceiving what he would be at, with delayes put him off, till she found out his mind; and then afterwards she proved more kind: at length both parties were well agreed, and went to the kirck to be wed with all speed. Tune of, Jenny come tye my, &c

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Published by printed for W. Thackeray, T. Passenger, and W. Whiwood in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ballads, English -- 17th century

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesNew Scotch-jigg, Bonny cravat
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 2129:2
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18148880M


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The new Scotch-jigg: or, The bonny cravat Download PDF EPUB FB2

University of Manitoba Libraries. Services. Navigate; Linked Data; Dashboard; Tools / Extras; Stats; Share. Social. Mail. The new Scotch-jigg: or, The bonny cravat: Johnny wooed Jenny to tye his cravat ; but Jenny perceiving what he would be at, with delayes put him off, till she found out his mind ; and then afterwards she proved more kind: at length both parties were well agreed, and went to the kirck to be wed with all speed.

Tune of, Jenny come tye my, &c. The new Scotch-jigg: or, The bonny cravat. [microform] Johnny wooed Jenny to tye his cravat; but Jenny perceiving what he would be at, with delayes put him off, till she found out his mind; and then afterwards she proved more kind: at length both parties were well agreed, and went to the kirck to be wed with all speed.

The new Scotch-jigg: or, The bonny cravat.: Johnny wooed Jenny to tye his cravat ; but Jenny perceiving what he would be at, with delayes put him off, till she found out his mind ; and then afterwards she proved more kind: at length both parties were well agreed, and went to the kirk to be wed with all speed.

Tune of, Jenny come tye my, &c. The country-mans lamentation for the death of his cow: a country swain of little wit one day, did kill his cow because she went astray: what's that to I or you, she was his own, but now the ass for his cow doth moan: most pineously methink he cries in vain, for now his cow,s [sic] free from hunger, and pain: what ails the fool to make so great a stir, she cannot come to him, he may.

Country Dance Tunes Mostly published in England prior to Return to Home Page. Compiled by W. Olson DM: The Dancing Master Vol. I: DMA1, ; DMA2, CP-H. Rollins, `Cavalier and Puritan', New York, New York University Press, Seventy five broadside ballads from Manchester, 'Book of Fortune' (BL Cf), Thomason, and Lutrell collections, with several from the 'newspapers' of the Commonwealth period.

CB-John Ashton, `A Century of Ballads'. Costume -- Great Britain -- 17th century. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Costume -- Great Britain; 17th century; Narrower term: Costume -- Great Bri. As Jenny sat under a Siccomore tree/ ZN| The Second Part of the new Scotch Jigg/ Tune: Jenny come tye my, &c./ [Sequel to Douce ballad reprinted in RB8 ]/ P4 37 = E = CR = DP 28 = RB8 TPW [HH2 40, DC2 ].

Full text of "The Huth Library: A Catalogue of the Printed Books, Manuscripts, Autograph Letters, and Engravings" See other formats.

Full text of "The politics of courtly dancing in early modern England" See other formats. Author / [Publication date] Title [] Near Charing Cross, over against Northumberland (alias Suffolk) House, at a turners house, nigh the Golden Lyon Tavern, is.

Abel, Karl Friedrich - German. Dolly's Eyes à 3. Late 18th century copy of 16thth century works Manuscript Number: Add. Ms ; Hughes-Hughes; Type: Ms. Copy. Q:3/8= N:For the dance "The New Man" for the wedding of Sian Morgan and Peter Gilliam.

H:The music appears in the Cloverleaf Collection, Book 2, along with H:many other excellent country dance tunes composed by Chris Dewhurst.