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Song books.

Format: BOOK
Language:English
Published / Created: [1825-1827]
Notes:A-C 8 pp. each. 16mo. Omagh, pr. for the Flying Stationers, 1825-1827. D-H 8 pp. each. 16mo. Strabane, pr. and sold by J. Alexander [n.d.]

Physical description: [1 v.]

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505 0 |a A (1.) The lass on Glasgow Green. To which are added My wife wears the ... and the Trial of Rev. Father Holtin, 1825.--B (2.) Sir James the Ross and The Fair Matilda, 1825.--C (3.) The Colrain lass, to which are added, The lamentation of Pat Maguire for violating Mary Keys, and the highland lass, 1827.--D (1.) The farmer's lament for the downfalling market, in the year of 1802. To which are added i. The waterman. ii. The fair penitent. [1806?]--E (2.) The sorrowful lamentation of Jemmy O'Brien. To which is added, Maty Le Mote (1808?)--F (3.) A new song call'd the ... downfall. To which is added ... 3. Pretty Sally of Dover. 4. The bold captain.--G (4.) The pride of Monaghan. To which are added i. A new Freemason song. ii. Nothing like glog. [1812?]--H (5.) Ounagh's lock. To which are added, i. A new Fremason song. ii. Nothing like glog. [1812?] 
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