2 edition of book of ballads found in the catalog.
book of ballads
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The Eye skims restless, like the roving bee, O'er flowers of wit, or song, or repartee, While sweet as Springs, new-bubbling from the stone, Glides through the breast some pleasing theme unknown. The Earl of Mar's Daughter The Laird of Logie Rose the Red and White Lily Authorship Many of these ballads seem to be lacking known authors. Ye Towers of Julius,  ye alone remain Of all the piles that saw our nation's stain, When Harry's sway opprest the groaning realm, And Lust and Rapine seiz'd the wav'ring helm.
Despite the clear age of this book, however, it still manages to convey the stylistic tastes of the Victorian era; this is a highly decorated little book. Most of the Ballads feature supernatural being like fey or witches. Still the drawings were wonderful and did an excellent job of portraying the mood of the story. Hic, inquis, veto quisquam fuit oletum.
The Knight and the Shepherd's Daughter Tom Potts Authorship Many of these ballads seem to be lacking known authors. The Lads of Wamphray Still the drawings were wonderful and did an excellent job of portraying the mood of the story. Child Waters
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The Battle of Philiphaugh Rookhope Ryde The Famous Flower of Serving Men The Mother's Malison, or, Clyde's Water Thomas o Yonderdale King Estmere The cloth is both faded and frayed along the corners and spine, and part of the spine appeared to be peeling away from the pages of the book. Robin Hood and the Tinker Glasgow Peggie Loudon Hill, or Dromclog The Gypsy Laddie He used his talent as a wordsmith to take the tales of the characters, hardships, and trials of the north, and fashion them into a collection of ballads full or heart, humor, and humanity.
Musselburgh Field Shelves: fantasygraphic-novelslegend-retellingsartbooksbeauty-and-the-beast-thememythology-of-other-lands The artwork is lovely and I liked Charles Vess' style, but the storytelling is lacking, resulting in a bunch of scattered autoconclusive stories that read disjointed and uneven because they're too independent from each other, and there's no theme in common besides they all being folk ballads from the UK.
Now sadly pleased, through faded Rome I stray, And mix regrets with gentle Du Bellay;  Or turn, with keen delight, the curious page, Where hardy Pasquin  braves the Pontiff's rage.
Little John a Begging The Earl of Aboyne Durham Field Little Musgrave and Lady Barnard The Rantin Laddie Bonny Lizie Baillie After leaving his job at the bank and moving into what is now his iconic cabin on 8th Avenue in Dawson City, he began his career as a full-time author.
The Fause Knight on the Road 4. John Ferriar. For you the Monk illum'd his pictur'd page, For you the press defies the Spoils of age; [Pg 50] Faustus for you infernal tortures bore, For you Erasmus  starv'd on Adria's shore.
Sir Patrick Spens Northumberland Betrayed by Douglas The Earl of Mar's Daughter The Fire of Frendruahgt Willie's Lyke-Wake Item:Book of Ballads.
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This collection of ballads contains some of the best known English folk lyrics. It should be noted that 'Old English' in this case doesn't mean 'Anglo-Saxon'; strictly speaking these are written in late Middle or early Modern English.
This makes them accessible, even enjoyable, for a modern hildebrandsguld.com: George Wharton Edwards.