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Broadside ballad entitled 'I'm a Simple Muleteer'
I'm a Simple Muleteer.
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I am a simple muleteer, not too particular to rules,
I treat the world, both far and near,
As roughly as I treat my mules, as I treat my mules,
If they attempt to give me laws, without, without good cause,
Or when I bid them, do not start, Clic clac, my course is
Clic clac, my course is clear, my way is clear,
Yes, faith I am a Muleteer, far known and thro' Castille
And many a loving breast when near,
And should one call, I fly to aid, I fly to aid,
Clic clac, my trade is clear, Clic clac, my trade is clear,
JuST PUBLISHED, PrIcE ONE PeNnY,
THIS "MOdeL CATALOGUr OF SONGS," as it is now universally
SONGS, PARODIES, and EPITAPHS, written by the
The Poet is happy to state, that he has added the following
For a' That, and a' That
The Raking Paudheen Rhu
Pilot 'tis a Fearful Night
Sweet Annie o' the Winding
of the Land
Lovely Mourin Shore
My Little Mary Ann
Forty Years Ago
The Countryman's Visit
Very Polite of Her
Tamas Henpeck and the Kirn
Caroline of Edinburgh Town
The Standard Bearer
Come let us be happy together
The True Orange Boy'
Ane an' be dune Wi't
New Song Committee
Bold James Sherdan.
Saturday Morning, September 17, 1864.
Date of publication:
1864 shelfmark: L.C.1269(168a)