Ballads of Mystery and Miracle and Fyttes of Mirth Popular Ballads of the Olden Times - Second Series
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Ballads of Mystery and Miracle and Fyttes of Mirth Popular Ballads of the Olden Times - Second Series

By Frank Sidgwick
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    • POPULAR BALLADS OF THE OLDEN TIME
      • First Series. Ballads of Romance and Chivalry.
    • First Series. Ballads of Romance and Chivalry.
  • POPULAR BALLADS
  • OF THE OLDEN TIME
  • SELECTED AND EDITED BY FRANK SIDGWICK
  • Second Series. Ballads of Mystery and Miracle and Fyttes of Mirth
    • CONTENTS
      • PREFACE
        • BALLADS IN THE SECOND SERIES
        • ADDITION TO GLOSSARY OF BALLAD COMMONPLACES
        • THOMAS RYMER
        • THE QUEEN OF ELFAN’S NOURICE
        • ALLISON GROSS
        • THE LAILY WORM AND THE MACHREL OF THE SEA
        • KEMP OWYNE
        • WILLIE’S LADY
        • THE WEE WEE MAN
        • COSPATRICK
        • YOUNG AKIN
        • THE UNQUIET GRAVE
        • CLERK COLVEN
        • TAM LIN
        • THE CLERK’S TWA SONS O’ OWSENFORD, and THE WIFE OF USHER’S WELL
        • THE GREAT SILKIE OF SULE SKERRIE
        • CLERK SANDERS
        • YOUNG HUNTING
        • THE THREE RAVENS and THE TWA CORBIES
        • YOUNG BENJIE
        • THE LYKE-WAKE DIRGE
        • THE BONNY EARL OF MURRAY
        • BONNIE GEORGE CAMPBELL
        • THE LAMENT OF THE BORDER WIDOW
        • BONNY BEE HO’M and THE LOWLANDS OF HOLLAND
        • FAIR HELEN OF KIRCONNELL
        • SIR HUGH, OR THE JEW’S DAUGHTER
        • THE DÆMON LOVER
        • THE BROOMFIELD HILL
        • WILLIE’S FATAL VISIT
        • ADAM
        • SAINT STEPHEN AND KING HEROD
        • THE CHERRY-TREE CAROL
        • THE CARNAL AND THE CRANE
        • DIVES AND LAZARUS
        • BROWN ROBYN’S CONFESSION
        • JUDAS
        • THE MAID AND THE PALMER
        • LADY ISABEL AND THE ELF-KNIGHT
        • A NOBLE RIDDLE WISELY EXPOUNDED
        • CAPTAIN WEDDERBURN
        • THE ELPHIN KNIGHT
        • KING JOHN AND THE ABBOT
        • THE FAUSE KNIGHT UPON THE ROAD
        • THE LORD OF LEARNE
        • THE BAILIFF’S DAUGHTER OF ISLINGTON
        • GLENLOGIE
        • KING ORFEO
        • THE BAFFLED KNIGHT
        • OUR GOODMAN
        • THE FRIAR IN THE WELL
        • THE KNIGHT AND THE SHEPHERD’S DAUGHTER
        • GET UP AND BAR THE DOOR
      • BALLADS IN THE SECOND SERIES
      • ADDITION TO GLOSSARY OF BALLAD COMMONPLACES
      • THOMAS RYMER
      • THE QUEEN OF ELFAN’S NOURICE
      • ALLISON GROSS
      • THE LAILY WORM AND THE MACHREL OF THE SEA
      • KEMP OWYNE
      • WILLIE’S LADY
      • THE WEE WEE MAN
      • COSPATRICK
      • YOUNG AKIN
      • THE UNQUIET GRAVE
      • CLERK COLVEN
      • TAM LIN
      • THE CLERK’S TWA SONS O’ OWSENFORD, and THE WIFE OF USHER’S WELL
      • THE GREAT SILKIE OF SULE SKERRIE
      • CLERK SANDERS
      • YOUNG HUNTING
      • THE THREE RAVENS and THE TWA CORBIES
      • YOUNG BENJIE
      • THE LYKE-WAKE DIRGE
      • THE BONNY EARL OF MURRAY
      • BONNIE GEORGE CAMPBELL
      • THE LAMENT OF THE BORDER WIDOW
      • BONNY BEE HO’M and THE LOWLANDS OF HOLLAND
      • FAIR HELEN OF KIRCONNELL
      • SIR HUGH, OR THE JEW’S DAUGHTER
      • THE DÆMON LOVER
      • THE BROOMFIELD HILL
      • WILLIE’S FATAL VISIT
      • ADAM
      • SAINT STEPHEN AND KING HEROD
      • THE CHERRY-TREE CAROL
      • THE CARNAL AND THE CRANE
      • DIVES AND LAZARUS
      • BROWN ROBYN’S CONFESSION
      • JUDAS
      • THE MAID AND THE PALMER
      • LADY ISABEL AND THE ELF-KNIGHT
      • A NOBLE RIDDLE WISELY EXPOUNDED
      • CAPTAIN WEDDERBURN
      • THE ELPHIN KNIGHT
      • KING JOHN AND THE ABBOT
      • THE FAUSE KNIGHT UPON THE ROAD
      • THE LORD OF LEARNE
      • THE BAILIFF’S DAUGHTER OF ISLINGTON
      • GLENLOGIE
      • KING ORFEO
      • THE BAFFLED KNIGHT
      • OUR GOODMAN
      • THE FRIAR IN THE WELL
      • THE KNIGHT AND THE SHEPHERD’S DAUGHTER
      • GET UP AND BAR THE DOOR
      • APPENDIX
        • THE GREAT SILKIE OF SULE SKERRIE (p. 63)
        • THE LYKE-WAKE DIRGE (p. 88)
        • INDEX OF TITLES
        • INDEX OF FIRST LINES
      • THE GREAT SILKIE OF SULE SKERRIE (p. 63)
      • THE LYKE-WAKE DIRGE (p. 88)
      • INDEX OF TITLES
      • INDEX OF FIRST LINES
    • PREFACE
      • BALLADS IN THE SECOND SERIES
      • ADDITION TO GLOSSARY OF BALLAD COMMONPLACES
      • THOMAS RYMER
      • THE QUEEN OF ELFAN’S NOURICE
      • ALLISON GROSS
      • THE LAILY WORM AND THE MACHREL OF THE SEA
      • KEMP OWYNE
      • WILLIE’S LADY
      • THE WEE WEE MAN
      • COSPATRICK
      • YOUNG AKIN
      • THE UNQUIET GRAVE
      • CLERK COLVEN
      • TAM LIN
      • THE CLERK’S TWA SONS O’ OWSENFORD, and THE WIFE OF USHER’S WELL
      • THE GREAT SILKIE OF SULE SKERRIE
      • CLERK SANDERS
      • YOUNG HUNTING
      • THE THREE RAVENS and THE TWA CORBIES
      • YOUNG BENJIE
      • THE LYKE-WAKE DIRGE
      • THE BONNY EARL OF MURRAY
      • BONNIE GEORGE CAMPBELL
      • THE LAMENT OF THE BORDER WIDOW
      • BONNY BEE HO’M and THE LOWLANDS OF HOLLAND
      • FAIR HELEN OF KIRCONNELL
      • SIR HUGH, OR THE JEW’S DAUGHTER
      • THE DÆMON LOVER
      • THE BROOMFIELD HILL
      • WILLIE’S FATAL VISIT
      • ADAM
      • SAINT STEPHEN AND KING HEROD
      • THE CHERRY-TREE CAROL
      • THE CARNAL AND THE CRANE
      • DIVES AND LAZARUS
      • BROWN ROBYN’S CONFESSION
      • JUDAS
      • THE MAID AND THE PALMER
      • LADY ISABEL AND THE ELF-KNIGHT
      • A NOBLE RIDDLE WISELY EXPOUNDED
      • CAPTAIN WEDDERBURN
      • THE ELPHIN KNIGHT
      • KING JOHN AND THE ABBOT
      • THE FAUSE KNIGHT UPON THE ROAD
      • THE LORD OF LEARNE
      • THE BAILIFF’S DAUGHTER OF ISLINGTON
      • GLENLOGIE
      • KING ORFEO
      • THE BAFFLED KNIGHT
      • OUR GOODMAN
      • THE FRIAR IN THE WELL
      • THE KNIGHT AND THE SHEPHERD’S DAUGHTER
      • GET UP AND BAR THE DOOR
    • BALLADS IN THE SECOND SERIES
    • ADDITION TO GLOSSARY OF BALLAD COMMONPLACES
    • THOMAS RYMER
    • THE QUEEN OF ELFAN’S NOURICE
    • ALLISON GROSS
    • THE LAILY WORM AND THE MACHREL OF THE SEA
    • KEMP OWYNE
    • WILLIE’S LADY
    • THE WEE WEE MAN
    • COSPATRICK
    • YOUNG AKIN
    • THE UNQUIET GRAVE
    • CLERK COLVEN
    • TAM LIN
    • THE CLERK’S TWA SONS O’ OWSENFORD, and THE WIFE OF USHER’S WELL
    • THE GREAT SILKIE OF SULE SKERRIE
    • CLERK SANDERS
    • YOUNG HUNTING
    • THE THREE RAVENS and THE TWA CORBIES
    • YOUNG BENJIE
    • THE LYKE-WAKE DIRGE
    • THE BONNY EARL OF MURRAY
    • BONNIE GEORGE CAMPBELL
    • THE LAMENT OF THE BORDER WIDOW
    • BONNY BEE HO’M and THE LOWLANDS OF HOLLAND
    • FAIR HELEN OF KIRCONNELL
    • SIR HUGH, OR THE JEW’S DAUGHTER
    • THE DÆMON LOVER
    • THE BROOMFIELD HILL
    • WILLIE’S FATAL VISIT
    • ADAM
    • SAINT STEPHEN AND KING HEROD
    • THE CHERRY-TREE CAROL
    • THE CARNAL AND THE CRANE
    • DIVES AND LAZARUS
    • BROWN ROBYN’S CONFESSION
    • JUDAS
    • THE MAID AND THE PALMER
    • LADY ISABEL AND THE ELF-KNIGHT
    • A NOBLE RIDDLE WISELY EXPOUNDED
    • CAPTAIN WEDDERBURN
    • THE ELPHIN KNIGHT
    • KING JOHN AND THE ABBOT
    • THE FAUSE KNIGHT UPON THE ROAD
    • THE LORD OF LEARNE
    • THE BAILIFF’S DAUGHTER OF ISLINGTON
    • GLENLOGIE
    • KING ORFEO
    • THE BAFFLED KNIGHT
    • OUR GOODMAN
    • THE FRIAR IN THE WELL
    • THE KNIGHT AND THE SHEPHERD’S DAUGHTER
    • GET UP AND BAR THE DOOR
    • APPENDIX
      • THE GREAT SILKIE OF SULE SKERRIE (p. 63)
      • THE LYKE-WAKE DIRGE (p. 88)
      • INDEX OF TITLES
      • INDEX OF FIRST LINES
    • THE GREAT SILKIE OF SULE SKERRIE (p. 63)
    • THE LYKE-WAKE DIRGE (p. 88)
    • INDEX OF TITLES
    • INDEX OF FIRST LINES
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