BOLAMKIN - LAMKIN

BOLD AND UNDAUNTED YOUTH - WILD AND WICKED YOUTH

BOLD ARCHER - "It was all in the month of June" (rescued from prison) "Dick broke locks" - CHILD #188 "Archie o' Cawfield" - ROUD #83 - SHARP-KARPELES CSC 1974 p159 Mrs Glover, Huish Epicopi, Somerset 1906 "The Burglar" ("I'm just like an owl that flies by night") - GRAINGER ONS#17/ RNS#64 Alfred Atkinson, Brigg, Lincolnsh 1905 "Little Dickie looked over his left shoulder" - COLLINSON-DILLON SFC 1946 Harry Cox, Catfield, Norfolk (quoted in COLLINSON 1966 p141 as one of "The Riding Tunes" - SHEPARD BB 1962 p146 Bs by Pitts (w/o) - SHEPARD JP 1969 p120 Bs (") "The Bold Prisoner" - FMJ 3:2 1976 p169-172 Mike Yates: Verse & tune from Lincolnsh Notes & Queries "Little Dickie looked over his left shoulder" ("High Sheriff") - TOCHER 22 1976 p237 L Headlee: Duncan Williamson (tinker), Argyllsh "The Three Brothers" - HOLLOWAY-BLACK LEBB2 1979 pp157-8 (w/o) "The Bold Prisoner" - RICHARDS-STUBBS EFS 1979 p202-3 contrib Bob Thompson --- WARNER TAFS 1984 #191 pp432-4 Priscilla Dyer Allan, Plainfield, Mass 1941 "Bold Dickie & Bold Archie" - BARRY-ECKSTORM p393 - COFFIN-RENWICK 117 p253 - IVES p172 - LINSCOTT p172 - WELLS p55 - - Cf JOCK O' THE SIDE - see also FREDDY ARCHER (horse jockey) -- Harry COX (11vs) rec by Leslie Shepard, 9/10/65: TOPIC TSCD-512(D) 2000

BOLD ARTHUR WENT FORTH - ROBIN HOOD AND THE TANNER

BOLD ASTROLOGER, THE - "There was an old astrologer in London who did dwell" - ROUD#1598 - BUCHAN Secret Songs of Silence (1820s?) pp70-2 - PURSLOW MB 1965 p1 Hammond: J Penny, Poole 1906 & Mrs Russell, Upwey, 1907 Dorset "The Astrologer" - HOLLOWAY- BLACK LEBB 2 1979 pp93-4 Pitts Bs London (w/o) -- Frank PURSLOW rec by PK, London: DOBELL F-LEUT-1 1960/ 219 - Jon WITCHER, Chris MITCHELL & Peter HARRIS "Commoner's Muse": FOREST TRACKS FT-3007 1975

BOLD BELFAST SHOEMAKER, THE - "Come all you true-born Irishmen" - ROUD#3022 - O'LOCHLAIN ISB 1939 pp50-51 Text mainly from Bs

BOLD BENICIA BOY, THE - HEENAN AND SAYERS

BOLD BENJAMIN, THE - BENJAMIN BOWMANEER

BOLD BLACK AND TAN, THE - "Says Lloyd George to McPherson I give you the sack" - SILVERMAN SOI 1991 p107

BOLD BONNY BOY, THE - BONNY BONNY BOY

BOLD BOWERMAN OF THE MOOR - BOWERMAN ON THE MOOR

BOLD BRENNAN ON THE MOOR - BRENNAN ON THE MOOR

BOLD BRITONS - COME ALL YOU BOLD BRITONS

BOLD CAPTAIN AVERY - "You sons of bold heroes" - mentions Spithead, Plymouth, Cathead, Tropics, Persia, St George - Pirate bllad composed by Capt Henry Every first publ 1694 - ship called "The Linnet" - ROUD#1674 - PURSLOW FD 1974 p9 Gardiner: John Hatch, Winchester, Hampsh 1907 1v/m rest from Bs (notation includes grace-notes) - FMJ 1995 pp4-26 article on broadside variants by Joel H Baer, English Dept, Macalaster College, St Paul, Minnesota, USA

BOLD CAPTAIN FRENEY - "One morning as I being free from care" - highwayman - quaker - won't rob a tailor - ROUD#2351 - JOYCE OIFM&S pp228-9 Kilkenny Archive Journal 1856-7 p59

BOLD CAPTAIN GRANT - CAPTAIN GRANT

BOLD CARTER, THE - POLLY ON THE SHORE

BOLD CHAMPIONS, THE - "Come all you young men who delight in any game" - WILLIAMS #151 Jasper Price, South Cerney, Gloucestersh (w/o)

BOLD COCKNEY, THE - PLOUGHBOY AND THE COCKNEY

BOLD COCKNEY, THE - "rode till he came into fair Huntington" - ROUD#1688 - CHRISTIE TBA 2 1881 p246 - PALMER EBB 1980 #77 from Christie

BOLD CONSTRUCTION MEN, THE - comp by John Faulkner -- Sam RICHARDS, Tish STUBBS & Paul WILSON known as STAVERTON BRIDGE (Group): SAYDISC SDL-266 1975

BOLD DAMSEL, THE - FEMALE WARRIOR

BOLD DANIEL, THE - "It was on the 14th of January/February from England we set sail" - Pirate ship - LAW K-34 & p158 also called "The Roving Lizzie" - ROUD#1899 - COLCORD 1924 p149 - DEAN 1922: Flying Cloud pp39-40 - ECKSTORM 1927 p257 - RICKABY 1926 p153 "Bold Daniel" - LEACH Labrador 1965 p154-5 - BOLD DIGHTON -- George STONE & Harry HOUNSELL's gang rec by PK, Portland, Dorset 20/10/54: 203

BOLD DESERTER, THE - "My parents reared me tenderly, I being their eldest son" - followed the drum - ROUD#493 - Many BSs (altern title: "Why I did desert") - O'LOCHLAINN ISB 1939 pp136-7 text mainly from BSs - JIFSS 13 p12 7 19 p43 from Joyce - HEALY OISB 1 1967 pp95-96 Bs (w/o) - PURSLOW CL 1972 p8 Gardiner: John Hatch, Winchester, Hampsh 1907

BOLD DESERTER, THE - Set Dance (24 bars) 4/4 - Tunebook Ms 4/4 (D) #178 p243 - O'NEILL MOI #1791/ DMI #982 (D) - ROCHE 1 #74 p35 (D) 2/4

BOLD DICKIE AND BOLD ARCHER - BOLD ARCHER

BOLD DIGHTON - "Come all you bold heroes (seamen) that ploughs the rough main" - More than 300 seamen are imprisoned by the French on Guardeloupe and BD pays 500 guineas to relieve their distress but is himself imprisoned - he executes a daring escape for all to the ship "Tiger" and defeats "The Lion" in a hard-fought battle sailing to Antigua - LAWS #A-21 NAB 1950/64 pp128-9 - ROUD#2209 --- GARDNER-CHICKERING B&SSM pp235-8 - MACKENZIE BSSNS 1928 pp216-222 Alexander Harrison NS (w/o) - THOMPSON PS 1958 pp216-222 Stevens-Douglass Ms NY 1841-56 (w/o) -- Davie LAUGHTON rec by PK, Orkney 1955: 5"RTR-1065/ 189 - Mary Ann CAROLAN rec by Roly Brown, Drogheda, Co Louth c1982: TOPIC (12-TS-362)/ TSCD 663

BOLD DOHERTY - "My name is BD from the North Country" - new pair of clogs - Slow "fal-de-lal" chorus - mentions Enniskillen & Nora McGinn - ROUD#2992 -- Mary Ann Carolan rec by Roly Brown, Drogheda, Co Louth 1978: TOPIC (12-TS-362)/ TSCD-663 1998

BOLD DONAHUE - BOLD O DONOHUE

BOLD DRAGOON, A - "In the dragoon's ride fro out the North" - ROUD#762 - REEVES EC 1960 pp57-58 Baring Gould Ms Wm Crossing: an old moorman, Dartmoor, Devon 1878

BOLD DRAGOON, THE - "My father was a knight (man/ lord) of high renown" - her father opposes their love - 7 armed men - incl under CHILD #App 7 "Earl Brand" - LAWS #M-27 ABBB 1957 p193 "The Bold Soldier" - ROUD#321 - Many BSs incl SBG 7:#161 - ASHTON Century of Ballads p164 "The Masterpiece of love songs" to the tune of "The Week before Easter" or "The day's long and clear" - BARING GOULD SOW edited text/ Ms#65 (a) W Crossing, Dartmoor 1878 (b) Richard Cleave, Warren Inn, Huckaby Bridge 1892 (publ in SBG but words completely altered/ tune used for "I'll build myself a gallant ship") - SHARP Cf 1 p229 - Sharp broadside book p57: Such broadside - SHARP-KARPELES CSC 1974 #3 1 pp13-4 Devon & Somerset "Dragoon & the Lady" included under "Earl Brand" (Child App 7) - JFSS 1:3 1901 pp108-109 Merrick: Henry Hills, Lodsworth, Sussex 1900 "Come all you maids of honour" - WILLIAMS FSUT 1923 pp115-6 #15 Wm Jeffries, Longcot, Berksh (w/o) - REEVES EC 1960 p59 Hammond: Mrs Poole, Beaminster, Dorset 1906 (w/o) - PURSLOW WS 1968 p17 Gardiner: Moses Blake, Emery Down, Hampsh 1906 - ARTHUR 1970 p10 collated words - COPPER S&SB 1973 pp248-9 Enos White - COPPER ETR 1976 pp238-9 Family, Rottingdean, Sussex --- SHARP 1917/32 #51 (vol 1 pp333-7) 8var: Mrs Mary Sands, Allanstand, NC 1916 (6v)/ T.Jeff Stockton, Flag Pond, Tenn 1916/ Mrs Martha Stamper, Hindman, Knott Co., Ky 1917/ Clinton Fitzgerald, Royal Orchard, Afton, Va 1918/ James H.Chisholm, Nellysford, Va 1918/ Mrs Tina Dooley, Montvale, Va 1918 (13v)/ Mrs Julie Boone, Micaville, NC 1918/ Mrfs Maryy J.Blankenshipp, Price's Cr'ek, Burnsville, NC 1918 - COX FSOS 1925 pp375-6 Mrs Nancy McAtee, WVa 1917 (w/o) "The Soldier's Wooing" - CREIGHTON SBNS 1932 pp25-26 Allan Hartlan, NS 1929+ "Song of a Soldier" - BELDEN Mo 1940 p103 - CHAPPELL RA 1939 p88 - DAVIS Va 1929 p92 - HENRY FSSH 1938 pp185-7 Mrs Samuel Harmon, Tenn 1930 (w/o) "The Gallant Soldier"/ Mrs Rachel Brackett, Ga 1932 (w/o) "Young Soldier" - RANDOLPH OFS 1946 1 pp303-307 Mrs Patton, Mo 1928 "The Valiant Soldier/ Mrs Hobbes, Ark 1919 (w/o) "The Valiant Soldier"/ Charles Ingenthron, Mo 1940 "The White River Shore"/ Mrs Bertha Poynter Ark 1939 (w/o) "Dear Jewel" - FLANDERS-OLNEY 1953 p232 - CAZDEN 1958 1 p42 & 2 p183 - LEACH Labr 1965 #32 p100 "The Soldier & the Lady" - WARNER TAFS 1984 pp155 Lena Bourne Fish, East Jaffray, New Hampsh 1941 "Only a soldier" -- see BOLD KEEPER - BOLD SOLDIER - LIGHT DRAGOON -- Enos WHITE, rec by Bob Copper, Axford, Hampsh 1955: RPL 21858/ 426 - Bob COPPER: RPL 21547/ TOPIC 12-TS-328 1977/ CASS-0198/ F 239 - YOUNG TRADITION: TRANSATLANTIC TRA-155 1967 - Dave ARTHUR (+conc): TOPIC 12-T-190 1969 - Rosemary BISSET rec Ship Inn, Blaxhall, Suffolk: TRANSATLANTIC XTRS-1141 1974 - Cyril TAWNEY: LEADER LER-2095 1976

BOLD DRAGOON - As an Air - Tunebook Ms #23 & O'NEILL #500

BOLD DROVER, THE - GAME-COCK

BOLD DRUNKARDS - "Now it's once I was young man" (uses tune of "Villikens & his Dinah" - ROUD#9256 - STUBBS 1970 p31 "The Drunkards Song" from Bill Smith (gypsy), Edenbridge, Kent -- Wally FULLER (gypsy) rec by PK, Lewes, Sussex 1952: RPL 18718/ 140 - Frank CONNORS (gypsy) rec by PK, Friday Bridge, Wisbech, Cambridgesh 23/7/56: 5"RTR-0978-9/ FOLKTRRAX 423

BOLD ENGLISH NAVVY, THE - "I'm a Bold English Navvy that fought on the line" - ROUD#516 - SHARP Ms - REEVES IP #53 p139 "The Kettle Smock" - SING mag vol 2 #2 "Navvy boots on" - SPIN mag vol 3 p23 reprinted from Sing - CHAPBOOK mag vol 4 #3 from Jimmy MacBeath - SEDLEY 1967 p79 collated - KENNEDY FSBI 1975 #171 p397 Lal Smith 1952 8v/m -- see COURTING COAT (Scots version) -- Lal SMITH (tinker) rec by PK, Belfast 1952: RPL 18303 talk bef/ CAEDMON TC 1143/ TOPIC 12-T-158/ 017 & 166/ "Songs of Seduction" ROUNDER 11661-1778-2 p2000 - A L LLOYD & Alf EDWARDS (conc): TOPIC 12-T-86 1963 "Pit Boots" - Jimmy MacBEATH rec by PK & Sean Davies, 1965: 260/ TOPIC 12-T-173 1967/ TOPIC TSCD-660 - SPINNERS: FONTANA STL-5431 1967 "Navvy Boots"/ Live performance rec by Terry Brown Sept 1966: CONTOUR 6870502 1967 - Bill PARNELL, Devon: TOPIC 12-TS-349 1979 - David FRANCIS, rec by Neil Lanham, High Roding, Essex: NL:CD 5/6 2002 "With my navvy boots on"

BOLD ERIN GO BRAGH - ERIN GO BRAGH

BOLD FENIAN MEN, THE - "Down by the glenside" - ROUD#9266 - comp by Peadar Kearney (publ Walton) -- Nellie WALSH (unacc) rec by Brian George, Wexford 1947: RPL 11223 - Margaret BARRY (voc/ banjo) rec by PK, Dundalk, Co Louth 1952: RPL 18295/ 070/ rec by Ewan Mc Coll: RIVERSIDE RLP-12-602 1955/ TOPIC TSCD-658 - Paddy TUNNEY: TOPIC 12-T-153 1966 - McPEAKE Family (with muted fid): FONTANA STL-5433 1967 - Unnamed Irish traveller: LYRICHORD LL-178 1967 - Mary O'HARA (voc/ harp): DECCA MLO-22 1967 - THE FREEDOM FIGHTERS: PICKWICK Allegro ALL-869 1967 - THE FUREYS with Bob STEWART (instrum): BROADSIDE BRO-133 1974 bef "Cork City"

BOLD FENIAN MEN, THE - "See who comes over the red blossom heather" comp by Michael Scanlan - O KEEFE FBIB 1955 p20 - SILVERMAN SOI 1991 p103

BOLD FISHERMAN, THE - "One morning in the month of June down by a riverside" - come rowing by the tide - chain of gold - LAWS#O- 24 ABBB 1957 p237 - ROUD#291 - BSs incl SBGH 1:2:#77/ 8:#190/ 9:#92/ 9:#248 - BROADWOOD ECS 1893 p110 Thomas Gray, Weston, Hertfordsh "As I walked out" - GILLINGTON EHFS 1907 p3 Hampsh "The Young F" - SHARP Cf 2 #25 - SHARP-MARSON FSS 2 - SHARP Sel Ed 1921 2 #14 pp32-33 - School Ser 9 - SHARP-KARPELES CSC 1974 1 #48 pp222-229 John Fackrell. Bridgwater, Somerset 1907/ Mr Hendy, Ilminster, Som 1905 (m/o)/ Mrs Pike, Somerton, Som 1906 1v/m/ Mrs Overd, Langport, Som 1904 1v/m/ Wm Hedges, Chipping Camden, Gloucestersh 1909 (m/o)/ James Beale, Warehorne, Kent 1908 1v/m/ Mrs Glover, Huish Episcopi, Som/ Charlotte Binding, Stogursey, Som 1906 1v/m/ Edward Jupp, Southwater, Sussex 1908/ Charles Ash, Crowcombe, Som 1908 (m/o) - GREIG FSNE 1909-14 #179 - JFSS 1:3 1901 p138 Merrick: Henry Hills, Lodsworth, Sussex 1900 "The F" - GRAINGER #306 Mrs Mary Anne Roberts, Winchcombe, Gloucestersh 1909/ #340 'Daddy' Shepherd, Winchcome, Gloucestersh 1908 "The Young F" - JFSS 19 1915 pp132-5 Lucy Broadwood: Mrs Joiner, Chiswell Green, Hertfordsh 1914 - JFSS 7:26 1922 pp21-2 Moeran: Harry Cox, Potter Heigham, Norfolk 1922 - JFSS 7:27 1923 pp21-22 Moeran: Harry Cox, Potter Heigham, Norfolk 1922 "Down by the Riverside"/ pp36-40 Hammond: George Roper, Blandford, Dorset 1905/ Mrs Forsey, Watton, Dorset 1906 1v/m - WILLIAMS #282 Mrs Sarah Calcott, Northmoor, Oxfordsh (w/o) - MOERAN SFSN 1924 pp2-4 Harry Cox "Down by the Riverside" - COLLINSON-DILLON SFC 1946 pp18-19 Wm Crampton, Smarden, Kent - REEVES EC 1960 pp60-61 Hammond: George Roper, Blandford, Dorset 1905/ Gardiner: Benjamin Arnold, Easton, Hampsh 1906 (w/o) - PURSLOW MB 1965 p3 Hammond: George Roper (w) Dorset & Mrs Gulliver (m), Combe Florey, Somerset 1905 - STUBBS LOM 1970 p14 George Maynard/ p254 from cousin of George Maynard: 1956 - COPPER SESB 1971 pp254-5 Family, Rottingdean, Sussex "The F" - DAWNEY PG 1977 p10 Butterworth & Jekyll: Edmund Spooner, Midhurst, Sussex 1908 - PALMER RVW 1983 #22 pp37-8 James Punt, East Horndon, Essex 1904 "The F" - RENWICK 1980 Engl Folk Poetry pp21-53 --- FLANDERS-OLNEY 1953 Vt p218 for another lament for a bold fisherman - PEACOCK SNO 1965 2 pp603-4 Leonard Hulan, Nfl 1960 "The Young F" -- see ROLL ALONG SILVER MOON -- Harry COX, rec for EFDSSS Decca 1934 (78rpm) 2 songs Pretty Ploughboy & Bold Fisherman/ rec by Maurice Brown, "Windmill" Sutton Norfolk: RPL 13863/ rec by PK 1953: 033/ TOPIC TSCD-651 1998 from DECCA OC87/88 studio London 1934/ rec by Leslie Shepard 10/10/53: TOPIC TSCD-512 (D) 2000 - Alfred BARKER rec by PK, Burgh-next-Aylsham, Norfolk 31/11/52: RPL 21151/ 515 - Bob & Ron COPPER rec by PK, Rottingdean, Sussex 1955: 082 - Carol NEWELL & children's choir rec by PK, Wisbech 23.7.56: 7" RTR-0078/ 424 - George BELTON rec by Sean Davis & Tony Wales, Madehurst, Sussex: EFDSS LP- 1008 1967 - A L LLOYD: RIVERSIDE 12-629 1956 Cox version - Tim HART & Maddy PRIOR (gtr):B & C CREST-26 1968/ CASS 45-0852 --- Ed Mc CURDY: VANGUARD SRL-7624 1965 - Andy & Carol TURNER (unacc) on Radio 2 19/9/90/ CASS-60-1011 (coll by Cecil J Sharp, Kent)

BOLD FORESTER, THE - LORD THOMAS

BOLD FORTY-SECOND, THE - "Behold those proud troops of Belona's hard fame" - BS

BOLD FREDDY ARCHER - FREDDY ARCHER

BOLD FUSILIER, THE - "A bold fusiler was marching down to Rochester" - bound for the wars in the low country - he cried as he tramped through the dear streets of Rochester - Who'll be a soldier for Marlborough with me ? - Tune used for WALTZING MATILDA (Australian song) qv

BOLD GENERAL WOLFE - "to his men did say" - LAWS #A-1 NAB 1950/64 p119 "Brave Wolfe" - ROUD#624 - Many BSs (alt title: "Death of GW") - Bs by FORD of Chesterfield 1830s (Palmer Reprint 2001) - SBG 4:#301/ 5:#60/ 9:#35 - VOCAL LIB 1822 p524 "GW's Request" ref to Pitts Bs - LONG DIOW 1886 pp143-4 (w/o) - BARING-GOULD Ms#148 (a) J Peake, tanner, Liskeard, Cornwall HFS (b) Peter Isaacs (fiddler) Stoke Fleming, Devon 1893 publ in GCS 1895 pp14-15 - MERRICK FSFS 1912 Henry Hills - HILL 1904 nn, Durrington, Wiltsh "The Taking of Quebec" - SHARP Cf I p149 - SHARP- KARPELES CSC 1974 #305 p329-333 Charles Woodward, Ebrington, Gloucestersh 1909/ Mrs Lock, Muchelney Ham, Somerset 1905 1v/m/ Mrs Coombes, Bridgwater, Som 1906 1v/m/ Wm Briffet, Bridgwater Som 1907 1v/m/ Wm Nott, Meshaw, Devon 1904 - JFSS 1:3 1901 pp107-8 Merrick: Henry Hills, Lodsworth, Sussex 1900 - JFSS 21 1918 p10 - JFSS 8:34 1930 pp93 & 179-180 Hammond: Samuel Gregory, Beaminster 1905/ Wm Bartlett, Wimborne, Dorset 1906 (m/o) - WILLIAMS FSUT 1923 pp162-3 #193 Shadrach Haydon, Hatford, Berksh (w/o) - SEEGER-McCOLL SI 1960 #85 p93: Hammond: Wm Bartlett - GRAINGER #101 Joseph Leaning, Brigg, Lincolnsh 1906/ #337: Daddy Shepherd, Winchcombe, Gloucestersh 1908 - PURSLOW MB 1965 p4 Hammond: Wm Bartlett, Wimborne 1905/ Sam Gregory, Beaminster 1906 Dorset ("On Monday evening as we set sail") - COPPER ETR 1976 pp234-5 Family, Rottingdean, Sussex - PALMER 1977 p148 B-G tune & words from broadside - RICHARDS-STUBBS 1979 p162 (has another Wolfe song, "Wolfe & Sanders" from broadside in C Firth's "American Garland" set to "Chase the Buffalo" tune) --- MACKENZIE BSSNS 1928 p198 (and another song about Wolfe) - FLANDERS-BROWN Vt 1932 p55 has another song: WOLFE'S PRAISES - see also BRAVE WOLFE -- Alec BLOOMFIELD, rec by PK, Framlingham, Suffolk 1950: FOLKTRAX 099 - George BLOOMFIELD, his father, rec by PK, Ipswich, Suffolk: RPL 21151 - Jim COPPER (solo) of Rottingdean, rec by PK, Peacehaven, Sussex 1951/ 082 - Jim COPPER rec by Seamus Ennis. Peacehaven, Sussex 3/4/52: RPL 17987/ TOPIC TSCD-534 2001 - Bob COPPER 1962 CASS-0198/ TOPIC 12-TS-328 1977/ (voc/ Engl conc): 239 - Bob SCARCE rec by PK, Blaxhall, Suffolk: CAEDMON TC-1164/ TOPIC 12-T-196/ 036 & 516/ Video of film "Health to the Barley Mow" by PK rec Blaxhall/ rec by Neil Lanham, The Ship, Blaxhall, Suffolk 1963-5 Double CD n/n n/d - George MAYNARD, rec by PK at his home, Copthorne, Sussex 1956: RPL 23092/ 279 - WATERSONS: TOPIC 12-T-142 1966 Dorset version/ on Jim Lloyd's tribute to A L Lloyd on Radio 9/11/82 CASS-15-0762 - Bob HART rec Tony Engle, Snape, Suffolk: TOPIC 12-TS-225 1973rec by Neil Lanham, "The Crown" Snape, Suffolk 1970s: NLCD 09 2003 - Jo FREYA SAYDISC SDL-402 (CD & cass) 1993 - Cyril Poacher rec by Tony Engle, Grove Farm, Blaxhall, Suffolk 1974: Musical Traditions MT-CD-303

BOLD GRENADIER, THE - NIGHTINGALES SING

BOLD HARDY PIRATE - BOLD PRINCESS ROYAL

BOLD HENRY MARTIN - HENRY MARTIN

BOLD IRISH BOY, THE - BRAVE IRISH BOY

BOLD IRVINE - JAMES IRVINE

BOLD JACK DONAHUE - BOLD O' DONOHUE - JACK DONOHUE

BOLD JOHN LEARY - Jig - O'NEILL MOI #1055/ DMI #262 (D) alt: "Wink of her eye"

BOLD JOHNSON - THREE BUTCHERS

BOLD KEEPER - VALIANT SOLDIER

BOLD LAMKIN - LAMKIN

BOLD LIEUTENANT IN THE LION'S DEN, THE - "In London City there lived a lady" - she has to decide between two brothers, a bold lieutenant ("BL") and a sea captain, so she tosses her fan into the LD and asks them to retrieve it, the sea captain succeeds and the lieutenant dies lonely - LAWS #0-25 ABBB 1957 p237-8 "The Lady of Carlisle" (refs) - ROUD#396 - Bss (altern titles: "The Distressed Lady" - "A Trial of a True Love" - "The BL in the Lion's Den") - DEAN-SMITH Guide title: "The Bold Lieutenant" - ASHTON RSS 1891 #54 (w/o) "The BL" - GREIG-DUNCAN 5 1995 #1056 pp533-544 17var 15v/10m - GREIG FSNE 1906-14 #48 - "Lady & the Lions" (19v) - SHARP- MARSON FSSS 3 #56 p42 - SHARP-KARPELES CSC 1974 pp313-4 Alfred John & Charles Nevill, East Coker 1908/ Edward Harrison, Langport 1906 1v/m "The BL" - JFSS 5:19 1915 pp114-5 Greig: Aberdeensh 1907 1v/m - JFSS 5:20 1916 pp258-260 Sharp: Charles Neville "The BL" - HENRY SOP #474/ HUNTINGTON pp488-9 Co Antrim/ Derry 1932 (composite text) - ORD BB 1930 pp393-5 (w/o) - HOLLOWAY-BLACK LEBB 1975 1 pp90-92 Evans Bs London (w/o) "The Faint-hearted Lover or The Hero Rewarded" - KENNEDY FSBI 1975 #133 p309 Teresa Maguire 1955 - SHIELDS SRT 1981 pp77-78 Eddie Butcher, Magilligan, Co Derry 1966 "The Fan" - ED&S 45:3 1983 p4 Mike Yates: Doug Wallin, Sodom Laurel, NC 1983 "The Carlisle Lady" - McBRIDE FDH 1988 pp110-111 Jimmy Houghton, Isle of Doagh, Co Antrim "London City" - PORTER-GOWER 1995 pp188-9 "Carrbridge Castle" from Jeannie Robertson & notes --- SHARP FSSA 1917/32 #66 (vol 1 p396-8) "The BL" 4var: Mrs Jenny L.Combs, Berea, Madison Co., Ky 1917 (12v)/ Mrs Minnie Pope, Clear Creek, Wasioto, Bell Co., Ky 1917/ Mrs Margaret Dunagan, St Helen's, Lee Co., Ky 1917/ Mrs Berry Creech, Pine Mt., Harlan Co., Ky 1917 - MACKENZIE BSSNS 1928 pp82-3 & p396 Greta Brown, NS "The Lady's Fan" - CREIGHTON SBNS 1932 pp87-9 Ben Henneberry 1929+ - HUDSON FSM 1936 pp139-141 Mrs Flora Stafford Swetnam, Mi (w/o) "The Faithful Lover" - FLANDERS- BROWN-BARRY Vt 1939 p67 - BREWSTER BSI 1940 pp279-280 Mrs Bryant, Ind 1936 (w/o) "The Lady's Fan" ("Down in Carlisle") - LOMAX OSC 1941 p162 (Ky) Basil May - BROWN NC 1952 p296 - FLANDERS-OLNEY Conn 1953 p207 - CREIGHTON MFS 1961 pp34-5 Nathan Hatt, NS 1952 "The Lady's Fan" - LEACH Labrador 1965 #32 p100 - KARPELES FSNFL 1971 pp140-145 Patrick Kelly 1929/ Mrs Thomas Lee 1930/ Mrs May McCabe 1929 "The BL" - ROBERTS-AGEY ITP 1978 pp103-105 Olieda Martin, Ky 1961 "Brave L" -- Leigh Hunt comp poem based on song -- Robert TAYLOR (81) rec by PK, Hilltown, Co Down 29/7/53: 7"RTR-0563/ RPL 19592 talk aft/ 433 - Teresa MAGUIRE rec by Sean O Boyle, Belfast 1955: RPL LP 24842/ CAEDMON TC-1163/ TOPIC 12-T- 196/ 013 (vs 2, 4 & 5 omitted) - Eddie BUTCHER rec Hugh Shields, Magilligan, Co Derry: FREE REED FRR-003/ LEADER LED-2070 1976 --- Basil MAY rec by Alan Lomax, Ky 1937: AAFS L1 "The Lady of Carlisle" - Doug WALLIN, Sodom Laurel, Madison Co NC 23/5/83 VWML-007 d/CASS 1026 1992 "Crazy about Song" rec Mike Yates

BOLD McCARTHY - "Now come all ye jolly sailormen a story I will tell" -"The City of Baltimore" Ship going from Liverpool to New York when a stowaway is attacked by the mate with an iron belaying pin; the 2nd mate & bosun come to rescue but the Irishman's blood was boiling - Captain was a Scotsman called McDonald who makes the stowaway his mate - LAWS #K-26 ABBB 1957 p154 (or "City of Baltimore") - ROUD#1800 - O LOCHLAINN ISB pp56-7- SPIN mag 7:4 p13 Stan Hugill - RANSON SOWC 1948 p54 "The City of Baltimore" - PALMER OBSS 1986 #109 p224 Ransom --- CREIGHTON SBNS 1932 #58 pp117-19 Ben Henneberry 1929+ 9v/m "The City of Baltimore" ("I am a true born Irishman") - DOERFLINGER 1951 p128 (4v) Note about the ship -- Paddy WALSH, rec by Cyril Tawney, Devonport 1960: RPL LP 26310/ 206

BOLD McDERMOTT - "Come all you wild young gentlemen so reckless and so bold" - ROUD#3021 - O'LOCHLAINN ISB 1939 pp56-57 text mainly from Bs "BMcD Roe" - HEALY OISB 2 1969 pp50-51 Bs (w/o)

BOLD MILITIAMAN, THE - "Behold a noble hero" - Mss

BOLD NELSON'S PRAISE - "I'm going to sing BNP" - Bold Commander - Sydney Smith - ROUD#1574 - SHARP Sel Ed 1921 2 #38 pp94-96 - SHARP ECFS 4 pp142-5 - SHARP-KARPELES CSC 1974 #282 pp271-2 Tom Gardiner, Blackwell, Worcestersh 1909 -- air is a variant of "Princess Royal" which was adapted for Shield's song "The Saucy Arethusa" -- Robin (fid) & Barry (gtr) DRANSFIELD: LEADER LER- 2026 1971 - John GOODLUCK with Roy HARRIS, Alan WALTERS, Dave PEARCE & Bob DIDDALL: TRADITIONAL SOUND TSR-015 1974

BOLD NEVISON, THE HIGHWAYMAN - "Did you ever hear tell of that hero" - ROUD#1082 - Bs Kendrew, York - INGLEDEW Ballads & Songs of Yorkshire 1860 - HINDLEY Curiosities of Street Literature 1871 - O'SHAUGHNESSEY YB1 1975 pp9-10 & p65 Grainger: Joseph Taylor, Saxby-all-Saints, Lincolnsh 1908 (notes on song) -- Joseph TAYLOR rec Percy Grainger, Saxby-all- Saints, Lincolnshire 1908: 135/ LEADER LEA-4050 1972

BOLD O DONOHUE - "Sure here I am from Paddy's Land" Ch: "I'm the boy can squeeze her" "I wish my love was a red red rose" "I hear Queen Victoria has a daughter fine and grand - perhaps she'll take it into her head to marry an Irishman" -- see also JACK DONOHUE - Unnamed Irish traveller: LYRICHORD LL-178 1967 - THE FONTANAS: PICKWICK Allegro ALL-868 1967 - Jacqui McDONALD and Bridie O'DONNELL: MAJOR MINOR MML-23 1968/ 308 A-ROVING 1968 #2 - BARNBRACK Irish Party Sing-Song: CASS-60-0927 nd

BOLD PEDLAR, THE - ROBIN HOOD AND THE PEDLAR

BOLD PIRATE, THE - "'Twas on the 12th of March my boys from Bristol we set sail" - the British sailors defeat the pirates and tow the prize containing 500 chests of gold back to Bristol - LAWS #K-30 ABBB 1957 p156 - ROUD#984 - JFSS 7 1923 pp61-2 Hammond: Joseph Elliott, Todber, Dorset 1905 --- IVES FSNB 1989 pp128-130 James Brown, NB 1963 - CREIGHTON-SENIOR TSNS 1950 p229 -- Dick SNELL (unacc) CRITICS GROUP: ARGO ZDA-137 1970

BOLD POACHER(S) - POACHER - SHOOTING GOSCHEN'S COCK-UPS

BOLD POACHERS - "Concerning of three young men - one night in January" - ROUD#1686 - JFSS 26 1922 p15 Moeran: Robert Miller, Sutton, Norfolk 1921 - see also ROW DOW DOW -- Ewan MacCOLL: ARGO ZFB- 12 1972 - STEELEYE SPAN: CHRYSALIS CHR-1046 1973

BOLD PRINCESS ROYAL, THE - "On the 14th of February we sailed from the land" - tells of a successful encounter with a pirate ship off Newfoundland - LAWS #K-29 ABBB 1957 pp155-6 -ROUD#528 - BSs incl SBG 2:#22/ 6:#247/ 7:#102 - GREIG-DUNCAN 1 p47 4var - SHARP Cf 2 p309 - SHARP-KARPELES CSC 1974 #284 pp275-8 Capt Vickery, Minehead, Som 1904/ Robert Hughes, Buckingham 1922 1v/m/ Frederick Crossman, Huish Epicopi, Somerset 1904 - GRAINGER Ms RNS#96 Wm Fishlock, Chiswick Ferry, London 1908/ #372 Septimus Lowe, Brigg, Lincolnsh - VAUGHAN WILLIAMS FSEC 1908 pp40-41 Norfolk - JFSS 1:2 1900 p62 Kidson: Whitby, Yorksh/ Merrick: Henry Hills, Lodsworth, Sussex - JFSS 1:3 1901 p103 Merrrick: Henry Hills, Lodsworth, Sussex 1900 - JFSS 8 1906 pp145-6 RVW: Mr Pottipher, Ingrave, Essex 1903 2v/m/ p170 RVW: Mr Anderson, Kings Lynn, Norfolk 1905 1v/m - KIDSON GEF 1926 pp34-5 - JEFDSS 4:5 1944 Collinson: James Grant, Aberdour, Banffsh 1943 & Harry Cox 1944 - SEEGER-McCOLL SI 1960 p57 Sam Larner 1958 - HUGILL 1961 p421 - SPIN 3/4 1961 p6-7 - PURSLOW MB 1965 p5 Gardiner: Wm Randall, Hursley, Hampsh 1905 - ED&S 29:2 1967 Kidson: Whitby, Yorksh - McCOLL-SEEGER SB pp11- 12 "Shellback" nd Ben Bright, London 1972 - PALMER EBBB 1980 #58 from Bob Hart, Snape, Suffolk 1974 - COPPER S&SB 1973 pp206-7 Ned Adams, Hastings, Sussex - O'SHAUNESSEY YB 1 1975 pp11-12 & pp65-66 Grainger: Septimus Lowe, Brigg, Lincolnsh 1908 (notes on song) - COPPER ETR 1976 pp244-5 John Copper (Bob's uncle), Rottingdean, Sussex - PALMER OBSS 1986 #57 p133 Copper version - HOWSON SSIS 1992 pp106-7 Harold Smy, Ipswich, Suffolk (w/o) - SHARP SG 2003 p90 1v from Capt James Vickery & 7v from Capt Lewis, Minehead, Somerset "PR" --- CREIGHTON SBNS 1932 pp107-9 Wm Faulkner 1929+ - CREIGHTON-SENIOR TSNS 1950 p107 - CREIGHTON MFS 1962 p153 Grace Clergy, 1951 - GREENLEAF NFL 1933 p78 - LEACH Labr 1965 p196 - WARNER TAFS 1984 #150 p344 "Prince Boys" Tillett version - PEACOCK SNO 1965 pp835-6 John Decker & Arthur Nicolle, Nfl 1958 - Lore & Language 7:2 1988 pp55-56 John Ashton & Julia Bishop: Wm White Cull's Harbour, Nfl 1981 "The Bold Hardy Pirate" - IVES FSNB 1989 pp126-8 James Brown 1963 "The Bold Prince of Royal" -- Thomas MOORE (shantyman) rec by James M Carpenter, South Shields 1928: 141 (2 other singers recorded) - Harry COX rec Potter Heigham, Norfolk 1945: RPL 17232/ 255 "As I roved out" radio prog 1956/ TOPIC TSCD-662 - "Velvet" BRIGHTWELL, "Eels Foot", Leiston, Suffolk 1947: RPL 13861-2 - Jumbo BRIGHTWELL, his son, rec by Neil Lanham, "The Crown", Snape, Suffolk 1970s: NLCD 09 2003/ rec by Tony Engle, Eastbridge. Suffolk: TOPIC 12-TS-261 1975 - Jamie TAYLOR rec by Hamish Henderson, Braes o Gight, Aberdeensh 1952: TANGENT TNGM-109 1971 - Bob ROBERTS rec by PK, Pinmill, Suffolk 1953: 047/ SAYDISC SDL-405 1994 - Ned "Wintry" ADAMS rec by Bob Copper, Hastings, Sussex 13/11/54: RPL 22742/ CAEDMON TC-1162/ TOPIC 12-T-194/ 427 & 513 - Bill LOWNE rec by Seamus Ennis, Cley-on-sea 1955: RPL 22174 - Bill CAMERON Junior rec by PK, St Mary's, Scilly 1956: RPL 23654/ 217 - Sam LARNER, rec by Philip Donnellan,Winterton, Norfolk 1958-9: RPL 26075-6/ 139/ rec by Ewan McColl & Peggy Seeger: FOLKWAYS FG-3507/ TOPIC 12-T-244 1974/ TSCD-600 "Hidden English" - LOUIS KILLEN: TOPIC 12-T-110 1964 RVW Essex version - John FAULKNER CRITICS GROUP: ARGO ZDA-138 1971 - Bob HART rec by Tony Engle, Snape, Suffolk: TOPIC 12-TS-243 1974 - Walter PARDON rec by Mike Yates, Knapton, Norfolk: TOPIC 12-TS-392 1982/ on Radio 2: 21/7/93 prog by Georgina Boyes CASS - Bob COPPER, Sussex (from father, Jim): CAEDMON TC-1162/ TOPIC 12-T-194/ TOPIC 12-TS-328 1977/ CASS-0198/ 239 - Lilian Lugg rec by Sam RICHARDS & Tish STUBBS: SAYDISC SDL-280 1977/ FOLKWAYS FE-38553/ CASS-1292 "The 14th of December" --- Tink TILLETT rec by Frank & Anne Warner, Outer Banks NC: 926

BOLD PRISONER, THE - BOLD ARCHER (ARCHIE O CAWFIELD)

BOLD PRIVATEER, THE - NEW PRIVATEER - NIGHTINGALES SING

BOLD PRIVATEER, THE - "Fare you well dearest Polly - go a-roving in the BP" - she begs Jemmy not to go to sea but he replies that his friends dislike him and her brothers would kill him so he exchanges rings with her - Napoleonic Wars Song of True Love - LAWS #0-32 ABBB 1957 p241 - ROUD#1000 - Bs by John FORD of Chesterfield 1830s (Palmer Reprint 2001) - MASON NRCS 1877 Northumberland - REYNARDSON 1890 Sussex p53 - SHARP Cf 1 p317 John Edbrooke & 4 coll B-G - BARING-GOULD (unpubl) Ms#171 (a) J Hext, Postbridge FWB (b) Robert Hard, South Brent from W S Cole (c) Will Huggins HFS (d) Edmund Fry, Lydford/ Catnach broadside "New Privateer" - KIDSON TT 1891 p101 Charles Lolley, Goole, Yorksh - WILLIAMS #501 Edwin Warren, South Marston, Wiltsh (w/o) - DUNSTAN CDFS 1932 p33 Cornwall - HENRY SOP #514/ HUNTINGTON 1990 pp297-8 1933 --- SHARP EFSSA 1917 #138 p175 Mrs Mary F Gross, Va 1918 8v/m -- Peter BELLAMY (voc/ conc): LEADER LER-2089 1975 (words from book of Sussex verse with his own tune)

BOLD RAKE, THE - "I am a BR and this nation I travelled all round" - written by Darby Ryan - ROUD#3036 - O'LOCHLAINN ISB 1939 pp74- 75 E Gilshenan, Co Cavan

BOLD RANGER - BEAU RATTLE

BOLD RECRUIT, THE - "See those ribbons gaily streaming" - WILLIAMS #311 John Eggleton, Blunsdon, Wiltsh (w/o)

BOLD REYNARD THE FOX - "Some gentlemen take great delight in hunting BR the fox" - ROUD#358/ #1868 - BROADWOOD Sussex 1890 - REYNARDSON Sussex p34 - BARRETT EFS 1891 p16 (?) - SHARP- KARPELES CSC 1974 #268 pp223-225 Edwin Thomas, Dulverton, Somerset 1914/ Wm Nott, Meshaw, Devon 1904 - SHARP Cf 1 p341 2var incl B-G unpubl - JOYCE OIFMS 1909 pp225-6 Limerick - WILLIAMS FSUT 1923 pp63-4 John Puffet, Lechlade, Gloucestersh & David Sawyer #358 Ogbourne, Wiltsh (comp text) "Bold Reynolds" ("in Hampshire did dwell")/ #316 G Giles, Blunsdon, Wiltsh (w/o) "You gentlemen that take great delight" - FMJ 1:3 1967 p152 Guyer: Albert Doe, Bartley, Hampsh - BEAUMONT 1973: Holme Valley Beagles - KENNEDY FSBI 1975 #243 p551 Edwin Thomas 1952 4v/m - see also BEAU RATTLE & BOLD REYNOLDS - HOLLOWAY-BLACK LEBB 2 1979 pp139-140 Bs "The Fox Hunting Song"- tune used for THE WEST PERCY HUNT -- Edwin THOMAS rec by PK, Allerford, Somerset 3/5/52: RPL 17782/ 023 - Nic JONES: LEADER LER-2014 1970 "Reynard the Fox" sung to a Manx tune - Frank BEAUMONT & Holme Valley Beagles, Upperthong, Yorksh: LEADER LEE-4056 1975 - Pete COE: LEADER LER-2098 1976 Tune on mel & drum precedes another Holme Valley Hunting Song: "The Cunning Old Traitor" as a Waltz - SWEENEY'S MEN: TRANSATLANTIC TRA-SAM-37 1976

BOLD REYNOLDS - "You gentlemen of high renown" - ROUD#190 - JFSS 7 1907 p103 "Huntsman's Song", Launceston, Cornwall & RVW: Norfolk - WILLIAMS FSUT 1923 p63 ("in Hampshire did dwell") - BARING-GOULD SOW (Rev Ed only) #75 p154 "Three Jovial Welshmen" adapted words - BG MS 136 - JFSS 17 p296 coll Jekyll, Rusper, Sussex 1910 - HOLME VALLEY Hunters Songs 1948 - HOLST-VAUGHAN WILLIAMS YOL 1961 Stephen Pole, Tilney St Lawrence, Norfolk 1905 "The Foxhunt" - SPIN mag 4/6 p7 as sung by Ewan MacColl & Spinners - HENRY SOP #172 "The Hare's Dream" - HOLST & VAUGHAN WILLIAMS YOL 1961 pp12-13 RVW from Stephen Pole, Tilney St Lawrence, Norfolk 1905 - STUBBS LOM 1970 p7 George Townsend, Lewes, Sussex 1960 - COPPER SESB 1971 pp272-3 - see also BEAU RATTLE - THREE JOLLY HUNTSMEN - Cf BURNE 1912 p265 "The Fox- hunting Chase" (local composition) -- THE YOUNG TRADITION: TRANSATLANTIC TRA-155 1967 "The Foxhunt" coll R Vaughan Williams - Bob, Ron & John COPPER: LEADER LEA (boxed) 4048 1971/ 239/ with Jill & Stephen FAUX (fid) 4x30 min progs on Radio 2: Oct 1990: CASS-60-1013-4 - HOLME VALLEY Beagles: LEADER LEE-4056 1975 "Old Snowball"

BOLD "RICHARD", THE - "Come all my brisk young seamen lads" - "Phoebus", a frigate cruising with "The Shannon" on the French Main - Ch: "Singing O what cheer-O" - ROUD#1351 - MOERAN SFSN 1924 James Sutton, Winterton, Norfolk 1915 - JFSS 7:26 1922-3 pp1-2 Moeran James Sutton 5v/m - RICHARDS-STUBBS EFS 1979 p165 - see also PAUL JONES which has reference to "The Richard"

BOLD RILEY-O - Shanty "Goodbye darling goodbye my dear O" Ch: "BRO boomelay BRO gone away" - see also BILLY RILEY -- A L LLOYD (& ch): TOPIC 12-TS-234 1974 - Jeff WARNER & crew: COLLECTOR 1928 1977

BOLD ROB ROY - "A famous man was Robin Hood" - BSs

BOLD ROBBER, THE - SAUCY BOLD ROBBER

BOLD ROBERT EMETT - "The struggle is over the boys are defeated" - Ch; "Bold Robert Emett the darling of Ireland" - comp by Tom Maguire - ROUD#3066 - O LOCHLAINN ISB 1939 pp172-3 c1914 text mainly from Bs ("The struggle is over the boys are defeated") - O KEEFE FBIB 1955 p110 3v w/o - SILVERMAN SOI 1991 p96 -- Carolyne HUGHES (gypsy) rec by PK, nr Blandford, Dorset 19/4/68: 7"RTR-0120/ CASS-45-1245/ 143

BOLD ROBIN HOOD - ROBIN HOOD

BOLD ROBINSON - "Come all you young fellows that delight in a little game" - Ch: "O Tiley huzza!" - Boxing Match Song - ROUD#2411 - Bs by John FORD of Chesterfield 1830s (Palmer Reprint 2001) "Young Tyler" - Sharp Cf 2 p193 frag from Wm Spearing - SHARP-KARPELES CSC 1974 #277 pp252-3 Wm Stokes, Chew Stoke, Somerset 1908/ Mrs Pike, Somerton, Somerset 1906 1v/m - REEVES IP 1958 pp87-88 Sharp Wm Stokes -- Frank PURSLOW with Perry FRIEDMAN (banjo) rec by PK, London: EMI CLP-1327 1960/ 093 - Dave & Toni ARTHUR: TRANSATLANTIC TRA-154 1967

BOLD SEA CAPTAIN, THE - TWO LOYAL LOVERS

BOLD SIR RYLAS - SIR LIONEL

BOLD SOLDIER, THE - "I will tell you of a soldier that's lately come from war" - Maid views soldiers on parade - finds her treasure - cruel parents banish him - she shows loyalty so he takes her along - LAWS #M-27 ABBB 1957 pp193-4 - ROUD#321 - JFSS 1:3 1901 pp108-109 Merrick: Henry Hills, Lodsworth, Sussex 1900 "Come all you maids of honour" - HENRY SOP #321/732/HUNTINGTON p473: Dick Gilloway 1938 - FMJ 3:3 1976 p229-30 - Cf BOLD DRAGOON --- HENRY FSSH 1938 pp185-7 Mrs Samuel Harmon, Cade's Cove, Tenn 1930 (w/o) "The Gallan(no t) Soldier"/ Mrs Rachel Brackett, Georgia 1932 (w/o) "Young Soldier" "The Gallant Soldier" - RANDOLPH OFS 1946 1 pp303-7 Mrs W A Patton, Missouri 1928/ Mrs Hobbs, Ark 1919 (w/o) "The Valiant Soldier"/ Charles Ingenthron Missouri 1940 "The White River Shore"

BOLD SOLDIER BOY, THE - "O there's not a trade that's going" comp by Samuel Lover - SILVERMAN SOI 1991 p67 "The Bold Soger Boy"

BOLD SOLDIER BOY, THE - Sharp Ms - PALMER RS 1977 p47 "The Bold Militia Boy" using tune from Sharp Ms

BOLD TENANT FARMER, THE - "One evening of late as from Bandon I strayed" - ROUD#5164 - SILVERMAN SOI 1991 p48 no source given - see also WIFE OF THE BOLD TENANT FARMER -- Michael CRONIN (40) rec by Alan Lomax, Ballymakeery Co Cork: COLUMBIA SL-204 1952/ ROUNDER CD-1742 1998 - CLANCY Brothers & Tommy MAKEM: TRADITION TLP-1042 1961

BOLD THADY QUILL "Ye maids of Duhallow who are anxious for courting" - O KEEFE FBIB 1955 p69 7v & ch w/o

BOLD TRAINER-O, THE - "I am a young damsel that lies here in bondage." - ROUD#12821 - BSs - Cf PRINCE CHARLIE STUART (Charles Boyle) -- Willie CLANCY (U-pipes) rec 1958-73: CLADDAGH 4-CC-32 1980 CASS-0815

BOLD TROOPER, THE - DRAGOON AND THE MAID - GAME-COCK

BOLD TURPIN - TURPIN HERO

BOLD WHITBY FISHERMEN, THE - comp by Graeme Miles & assigned

BOLD WILLIAM TAYLOR - KEEPERS AND POACHERS - WILLIAM TAYLOR

BOLD WOLFE - BRAVE WOLFE

BOLD YOUNG FARMER/ SAILOR, A - DIED FOR LOVE

BOLENDER MARTIN - HENRY MARTIN

BOLL WEEVIL, THE - "Farmer said to the BW" - LAWS I-17 (NAB p255 Note says "the insect is supposed to have crossed the Rio Grande shortly before 1900") - ROUD#3124 - LOMAX AB&FS p112 - LOMAX FSNA p353 - L:OMAX FSUSA p236 - RICHARDSON AMS 1927 pp90-91 Appalachians - SANDBURG p8 -- Lib of Congress Recs AAFS #16 (Ala.); 4070 (Ga.) 3888 A2 (Tex.); 3187 (Ark.) - 273 A1 (La.) - 727 B1 (Va.); 3989 AS1 (La.) - Phineas "Flatfoot" Rockmore (with guitar) rec by John & Ruby Lomax, Lufkin, Texas Oct 1940: ROUNDER CD-11661-1821-2 1999 - Alan LOMAX (voc with gtr) with Alex KORNER (gtr) rec by PK: EMI CLP-1192 1958/ 941 - Vera HALL, Livingston, Alabama, USA 1952: ATLANTIC SD-1346 - Tex RITTER: EMI-DUO 1973 -GBI- Steve BENBOW (gtr) with Stella & Pete TURNER (bass) "Skiffle Cellar" rec by PK, Soho, London 1/7/58 CASS 60-0828/ 091 - Wally WHYTON: FONTANA STL-5476 1968

BOLLITON SANDS - HERRRING'S HEAD

BOLT THE DOOR - Single Jig - O'NEILL MOI #957/ DMI #366 (Am)

BOLTON, William - Shantysinger: ED&S mag 48/1 Spring 1968 p30

BOLTON'S YARD - "Bowton's Yard" comp Samuel Laycock (1826-93) - GRAHAM p5 -- Harry BOARDMAN (voc + banjo & fid): TOPIC 12-T-204 1970

BOMB, THE - PROTEST - WAR (Calypso) - WAR AND PEACE

BOMBARDE - Form of oboe generally played with biniou -- Recordings see INSTRUMENTS Listing

BOMBAY - BIG SHIP WAS LEAVING