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' Ireland ' contains the following 190 items:

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Letter to the reverend Mr M---w F----h [ID: 85449152]

" ... in commendation of his speech". A satire on a speech by Matthew French. First line reads: Were I, dear M-----w, who am none. In one column.

Date printed: 1712

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(1) New song on the arrests of Messrs Davitt, Daly & Killen [ID: 74891233]

The arrests took place in 1879. First line reads: All Irishmen have heard of our brothers who have/ cared. In one column.

Date printed: 1879

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(2) Mournful lament on the fate of John M'Afferty [ID: 74891263]

First line reads: All you that have a feeling heart. In one column with a woodcut above the title.

Date printed: 1867

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(3) Pulling down the chapels in America by the infidel New Lights [ID: 74891281]

Two ballads. Pulling down the chapels in America by the infidel New Lights - first line reads: All you that live in Ireland I hope you will draw near. Glorious victory of the Pope's Brigade at Peruga [sic] - first line reads: Rejoice you sons of Erin's Isle. Glorious victory of the Pope's Brigade at Peruga [sic]: By Joseph Sadleir. In two columns with an illustration above each.

Author: Sadlier, Joseph, fl. 1861-1870

Date printed: 1865

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(4) Tae [sic] glorious meeting of Dublin held in Cabra [ID: 74891287]

" ... with an acount [sic] of tae [sic] bands and banners place and order of that day for the liberation of the prisonerr [sic]". The demonstration took place on 10th October 1869. First line reads: All you that loves old Ireland I hope you will atend [sic]. In one column.

Date printed: 1869

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(5) Our latest song [ID: 74891401]

" ... the gems of the Land League". The ballad concerns the Land League in Ireland, active around this date. First line reads: Around Ireland the trumpet of glory is sounding. In one column with an illustration above the title. Air: - The gems of old Ireland.

Date printed: 1880

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(6) New song in praise of Mr Tait and teh [sic] harbour bommissioners [sic] [ID: 74891425]

The ballad is perhaps concerned with the construction of a new dock at Limerick Harbour in 1867. First line reads: Arrah who hasn's [sic] heard of the Harbour Commissoners [sic].

Printer: Brereton, P., printer in Dublin

Date printed: 1867

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(7) New song on the beauties of the County Wicklow [ID: 74891446]

First line reads: As an Irishman I love the spot. In one column with a woodcut above the title.

Date printed: 1860

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(8) Kitty of Colerain [ID: 74891449]

" ... sung with unbounded applause by John Johnstone, Esq. of the Theatre Royal, Drury lane, amongst his convivial friends in Ireland". First line reads: As beautiful Kitty one morning was tripping. In two columns with an engraving above the title.

Date printed: 1809

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(9) Clonbolloge Bay [ID: 74891458]

Clonbolloge Bay - first line reads: As I roved out for pleasure. Bonny labouring boy - first line reads: As I roved out one morning.

Date printed: 1860

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(10) Dawning of the day [ID: 74891527]

Dawning of the day - first line reads: As I walked out one morning fair all in the summer-time. Pat Maguire - first line reads: You muses nine, with me combine, assist my slender quill.

Date printed: 1860

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(11) Young gal only 19 years old [ID: 74891545]

Two ballads. The young gal only 19 years old - first line reads: As I was out walking one night near the Strand. The private still - first line reads: An Exciseman once in Dublin at the time that/ I was there.

Date printed: 1870

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(12) Mantle so green [ID: 74891569]

The mantle so green - first line reads: As I went out walking one morning in June. The round tower of Ireland - first line reads: When an Irishman [leaves the dear] land of his birth.

Date printed: 1840

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(13) B [sic] new song call'd Roary of the hill [ID: 74891638]

First line reads: At Sleavonamon I met the man, who ask'd was/ Scully dead. In one column with a woodcut above the title.

Date printed: 1860

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(14) New song called Rory of the hill [ID: 74891641]

First line reads: At Slevenamon I met the man, who asked was/ Scully doad [sic]. In one column with a woodcut above the title.

Date printed: 1870

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(15) Pat's leather breeches [ID: 74891644]

First line reads: At the sign of the bell, on the road to clon-/mel. In two columns with an illustration above the title.

Date printed: 1850

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(16) New song on the liberation of Robert Kelly [ID: 74891662]

First line reads: Attend both young and old to those lines I now unfold. In one column with a woodcut above the title.

Date printed: 1871

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(17) Adventures of Jack O'Donohoe [ID: 74891674]

First line reads: Attend each valiant highwayman and outlaws of distain [sic]. In one column with an illustration above the title.

Date printed: 1870

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(18) New song on the wonderful apparitions, of the Blessed Virgin, St Joseph, and St John [ID: 74891695]

" ... in Knock Chapel County Mayo". "The Story of Knock began on the 21st August 1879 when Our Lady, St. Joseph and St. John the Evangelist appeared at the south gable of Knock Parish Church. The apparition was witnessed by fifteen people, young and old. From this miraculous occurrence Knock has grown to the status of an internationally recognised Marian Shrine". First line reads: Attend you faithful christians give ear to what I say.

Printer: John F. Nugent & Co.

Date printed: 1879

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(19) Bishop M'Cue; or, the charity sermon [ID: 74891731]

Two ballads. Bishop M'Cue - first line reads: Be still where you are for a minute or two. The darlin' ould stick - first line reads: My name is bold Morgan M'Carthy, from Trim. Bishop M'Cue: Tune - Derry down. The darlin' ould stick: Air - Teddy O'Toole.

Printer: William M'Call (Firm)

Date printed: 1850

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(20) Where flowery praties grow; or, Dennis Carney [ID: 74891758]

Where flowery praties grow - first line reads: Behold! a happy Irish gent. Don't make a noise or else you'll wake the baby - first line reads: If you perceive my bosom heave. Where flowery praties grow: Sung by Arthur Young the versatile Irish entertainer, with immense success throughout Great Britain and Ireland. Don't make a noise or else you'll wake the baby: Written and composed by G. W. Hunt, sung by Leybourne the lion comic. Music at Howpood & Crew's, London.

Date printed: 1870

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(21) Flower of the bobby force [ID: 74891818]

The text speaks of events in 1874. First line reads: Brave boys gather round me, I know attention you will pay. In one column with a woodcut above the title. At foot of text: Composed by the Poet Laureate, set to music, and sung with unbounded applause to a select audience, by the Speaking Gardenor [sic], at the Harper's Concert Rooms, Milltown. Entered at Stationer's Hall. Copyright reserved.

Date printed: 1874

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(22) Melo-dramatic, tragi-comic medley [ID: 74891905]

Melo-dramatic, tragi-comic medley - first line reads: Carry me back to Old Virginia. The felon's return to his native land - first line reads: Thrice hail lovely Erin, the land of my sire.

Date printed: 1870

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(23) General Munroe [ID: 74891989]

Two ballads. General Munroe - first line reads: Come all good people and listen unto me. The merry days of old - first line reads: The merry days, the days of old. In two columns with an illustration above each.

Printer: A. Ryle and Co.

Probable date printed: 1846-1859

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(24) New song on the procession to lay the the [sic] foundation stone, of the O'Connell monument [ID: 74892031]

The foundation stone was laid on Monday, August 8th 1864. First line reads: Come all ye men of Ireland, ye sons of/ Granuale.

Date printed: 1864

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(25) Captain Fowler [ID: 74892103]

First line reads: Come, all you croppies, where'er you dwell. In one column with an illustration above the title.

Date printed: 1880

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(26) New song called the knight of the carpet bag [ID: 74892151]

First line reads: Come all you gallant Galway boys. In one column with two illustrations above the title. Air: - Paddies evermore.

Date printed: 1850

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(27) New song on the strike's [sic] [ID: 74892169]

The text mentions various contemporary events and people, including Earl Russel, Jemmy Mace and Goss. Mace and Goss were prize fighters who fought each other on several occasions, including twice in 1866 when Earl Russel was was Prime Minister. First line reads: Come all you gallant Treads [sic] men bold.

Date printed: 1866

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(28) Curate of Clonmore [ID: 74892187]

Father Mullen, the curate of Clonmore, died in 1818 from typhoid fever. First line reads: Come all you good people and with me bewail. In one column with a woodcut above the title.

Printer: Pitts, John, 1765-1844

Date printed: 1818

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(29) Jack O'Donohoe [ID: 74892247]

First line reads: Come all you loyal heroes and listen unto me. In one column with an illustration above the title.

Date printed: 1870

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(30) Billy Byrne of Ballymanus [ID: 74892250]

Three ballads. Billy Byrne of Ballymanus - first line reads: Come all you loyal heroes, pay attention to my song. Ireland is fated, but yet not to die - first line reads: Although Erin its glories has oft times been told. Ireland is fated, but yet not to die - signed at end: By P. Hanley. The moon dimm'd her beams - first line reads: The moon dimmed her beams in a feathery cloud.

Date printed: 1870

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(31) New song on the great assembly of people simpthiseing [sic] for his holeness [sic] Pope Pious the IX [ID: 74892295]

" ... at Roscommon December the 30th 1867". First line reads: Come all you Roscommon boys rejoice along with me. In one column with an illustration above the title.

Date printed: 1867

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(32) Irish harvest men's triumph [ID: 74892325]

First line reads: Come all you true-bred Irishmen that is enclined [sic] to roam. In one column.

Date printed: 1860

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(33) Adtentures [sic] of John Manks and his pock markd [sic] cat [ID: 74892328]

First line reads: Come all you true bred Irishmen that are enclind [sic] to roam. In one column with an illustration above the title.

Date printed: 1870

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(34) Come back to Erin [ID: 74892379]

Come back to Erin - first line reads: Come back to Erin, mavourneen, mavourneen. The four-leaf'd shamrock - first line reads: I'll seek a four leaf'd Shamrock.

Date printed: 1860

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(35) Female smuggler [ID: 74892457]

The female smuggler - first line reads: Come list awhile and you soon shall hear. Skewball - first line reads: Come gentlemen sportsmen I pray listen all.

Printer: Walker, George, printer at North Shields

Date printed: 1850

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(36) New song on the general taxatio [sic] of our days [ID: 74892517]

First line reads: Come neibours [sic] draw near till I tell you a tail [sic]. In one column with three illustrations above the title.

Printer: Brereton, P., printer in Dublin

Date printed: 1870

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(37) New songon [sic] the general taxation of our days [ID: 74892520]

First line reads: Come neibours [sic] draw near till I tell you a tale. In one column with three illustrations above the title.

Printer: Brereton, P., printer in Dublin

Date printed: 1870

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(38) Emmet's farewell to his love [ID: 74892613]

First line reads: Farewell love, farewell love, I am now going to leave thee. In one column with a woodcut above the title.

Date printed: 1870

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(39) Campbell's farewell to Ireland [ID: 74892628]

First line reads: Farewell to old Ireland the place of my nativity. In one column with an illustration at the foot.

Date printed: 1860

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(40) Fenians welcome to Ireland [ID: 74892655]

First line reads: The Feniaus [sic] are comeing [sic] without more delay. In one column with a woodcut above the title. Air: - The Limrick rake.

Author: W., J.

Date printed: 1870

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(41) My Emmet's no more [ID: 74892823]

Two ballads. My Emmet's no more - first line reads: Despair in her wild eye, a daughter of Erin. Molly Bawn - first line reads: OH, Molly Bawn, why leave me pining. In two columns with a woodcut above each.

Date printed: 1860

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(42) Kitchen furniture [ID: 74892871]

The kitchen furniture - first line reads: The dishcloth sain [sic] it was not fair. Sweet Castle Hyde - first line reads: As I roved out on a summer's morning.

Date printed: 1860

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(43) General taxes [ID: 74893000]

First line reads: Here are some 1 nes [sic] about the times. In two columns.

Date printed: 1860

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(44) New song call'd the old mans [sic] complaint of his landlord [ID: 74893036]

First line reads: Good peop[l]e lend an eare [sic] say's [sic] the poor old man. In one column with an illustration above the title.The illustration is of Britannia (?) sitting, being presented with a hat, this differs from the copy at Crawford.EB.2113.

Printer: Brereton, P., printer in Dublin

Date printed: 1870

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(45) Newrong [sic] call'd the od [sic] mans [sic] complaint of his landlord [ID: 74893039]

First line reads: Good people lend an ear say's [sic] the poor old man. In one column with an illustration above the title. There are some ms. corrections to the text in ink. The illustration is of three figures, two seated and the other standing, wearing a nightshirt (?), this differs from the copy at Crawford.EB.2112.

Printer: Brereton, P., printer in Dublin

Date printed: 1870

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(46) Newcomic song on the American beef [ID: 74893048]

First line reads: Good people of this Irish nation pay attention one and all. In one column with a woodcut above the title.

Date printed: 1870

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(47) Lines written on the wonderful miracle that has lately hapen'd in the north of Ireland [ID: 74893057]

First line reads: Good people pay attention with me now simpathise [sic]. In one column with an illustration above the title. This is a different edition from the item placed at Crawford.EB.2120 .

Date printed: 1870

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(48) Lines written on the wonderful miracle that has lately hapened in the north of Ireland [ID: 74893060]

First line reads: Good people pay attention with me now simpathise [sic]. In one column with an illustration above the title. This is a different edition from the item placed at Crawford.EB.2119 .

Date printed: 1870

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(49) Flea [ID: 74893078]

The flea - first line reads: The Flea! the Flea! the hopping Flea! Paddy's land - first line reads: One evening all alone. The paper is pale blue. '[36]' is printed at the foot of the second column.

Printer: Walker, George, 1758-1835

Date printed: 1850