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Colm Ó Lochlainn Collection : Ballads

Abstract: Collection of broadsheet and single ballads which were the major source for Ó Lochlainn's two volumes of Irish street ballads.

In collection Irish Virtual Research Library and Archive (IVLRA)

  1. Uncut sheet of ballads, illustrated with woodcuts.
  2. Uncut sheet of ballads, illustrated with woodcuts.
  3. Uncut sheet of ballads, illustrated with woodcuts.
  4. Uncut sheet of ballads, illustrated with woodcuts.
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  31. Uncut sheet of ballads.
  32. Uncut sheet of ballads, illustrated with woodcuts.
  33. Uncut sheet of ballads, illustrated with woodcuts.
  34. Uncut sheet of ballads.
  35. Poems and songs of Easter Week. No 1.
  36. The Adventures of Darby and Jemmy in the Crimea
  37. Aileen Alanna, Come Home
  38. A New Comic Song on the American Beef
  39. And so the Archery is O'er / A. W. C.
  40. Annie Moore
  41. Are We to Meet as Strangers
  42. An t-Athair O Ceallachan
  43. The Aughalee Heroes
  44. The Ballyhooley Blue Ribbon Army
  45. The Banks of Claudy
  46. The Banks of Killaloe
  47. The Banks of Sweet Dundee
  48. The Banks of the Nile
  49. The Banks of the Nile
  50. The Bard of Armagh
  51. Be Kind to my Dear Mother When I'm Gone
  52. Biddy McGee's Lament For the Loss of Her Husband
  53. The Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomon'
  54. Boston City
  55. The Boys of Mayo
  56. The Boys of Old Erin the Green
  57. The Boys of Wexford
  58. The Brave Queen's Island Boys
  59. Bravo! Irish Fusiliers
  60. The Breaking of the Boom
  61. Brilliant Light
  62. The British Soldier's Grave
  63. The Bruff Brothers: The Pupils' Appeal / Patrick Hayes
  64. Burns and His Highland Mary
  65. Caffrey's Cabin Fire
  66. Callaghan's Caroline
  67. The Castlewillan Meeting
  68. Cattle Driving
  69. The Cavehill Diamond
  70. The Cave Hill Diamond / By Professor Robert Hanna
  71. The Charge of the Light Brigade at Balaclava
  72. Charles Stewart Parnell, Esq. / By Ardkilmore
  73. A Comic Song on the Christening
  74. Commandant Louis Darcy
  75. Con Casey's Farm
  76. The Convict's Confession / By Terry O'Brien
  77. The Country I'm Leaving Behind
  78. Croaghpatrick Mountain and Chapel / Composed by Patrick Walsh
  79. The Croppy Boy / By Carroll Malone
  80. The Cut One
  81. David Brown's Farewell to Kilmood Lodge, 541
  82. A New Loyal Song in Memory of the Heroes Who fought at Derry, Aughrim, and the Boyne
  83. The Doctor Outwitted by the Black
  84. The Donegal Emigrant
  85. Don't Send My Daddy Away / Written and sung by A. Green
  86. The Drunkard's Looking-Glass. The Farewell to Folly
  87. Emmet Centenary 1803-1903 / By John Butler, Tipperary
  88. Enniscorthy
  89. Erin's Lovely Home
  90. Erin's Patriot Girls
  91. European War
  92. The Exiles' Return
  93. The Faithful Sailor Boy
  94. The Farmer's Boy
  95. The Farmers and Tradesmen of Ireland
  96. Farquharson and the Munster Bank
  97. Father Murphy's Monument, Arklow / Composed by John Butler, Tipperary
  98. Father Tom O'Neill
  99. The Fields Where the Shamrock Grows / J. J. MacD.
  100. The Foggy Dew
  101. The Funeral Invitation
  102. The Gallant Fenian Boy / Composed by P. Crowe, Knockaney, Co. Limerick
  103. Garryowen
  104. The Girl I Left Behind Me
  105. God Bless the Gallant Men and Brave Volunteers
  106. The God's Farewell to Catherine Hayes
  107. Good Old Galway in 1916
  108. Grace Darling: or, She Pulled Away
  109. Gramachree, I'd Like to See Old Ireland Free Once More
  110. The Grazier Tribe
  111. Guinness's Stout / Written and composed by J. Denniston
  112. He Died Like a True Irish Soldier
  113. He Was Only a Private Soldier
  114. The Hiring of Servants / Composed by "Hard Times"
  115. The Holy Missioners Farewell to Thomastown
  116. Home Rule for Ireland
  117. I Think of Old Ireland Wherever I Go
  118. In Memoriam: Arthur Griffith, T. D. Died August 12th, 1922
  119. In Memoriam: Cathal Brugha. Died August 12, 1922
  120. In Memoriam: Michael Collins T. D. Shot near Bandon, Aug 22nd 1922
  121. Ireland's Appeal
  122. Ireland Awake
  123. The Irish Emigrant, or, I'm Sitting on a Stile, Mary
  124. The Irish Soldier / By Mitchel
  125. An Irishman's Toast
  126. The Jackets Green (A Song of the Wild Geese)
  127. In Memory of Our Fenian Chief, James Stephens / Composed by Michael Byrne, Dublin
  128. Killaloe
  129. The Knight Templar's Dream
  130. Lament for Michael Collins
  131. Lamentation on Stephen McKeown for the Forkhill Murder
  132. Leaving Dear Old Ireland
  133. A Little Bit off the Top
  134. The Lusitania Disaster / By P. Flannelly
  135. McGuirk, the Brave Irish Jarvey
  136. McTigue v. Siki
  137. The Maid of Lisburn Town
  138. The Manchester Martyrs; or, The Smashing of the Van
  139. The Manchester Patriot Martyrs
  140. The Marksman's Journey
  141. The Mary Jane / Composed by T. Doyle
  142. Master McGrath, Winner of the Waterloo Cup 1869
  143. The Men of 98. "Kaigeen"
  144. Mournful Lines on the Military Outrage in Dublin
  145. The Murder of McBriars
  146. Murphy's Flitting
  147. My Irish Molly O / By P. McNamara
Date
Date created:
Type of resource
text
Physical description
147 items
Scope and Content
The collection of Colm Ó Lochlainn, printer, publisher and academic, is housed in Special Collections. These broadsheet and single ballads are part of that collection. They were the major source for Ó Lochlainn's two volumes of Irish street ballads.
Provenance
Colm Ó Lochlainn
Languages
English  
Subject
Ballads--Ireland   linked data (lcsh)
Location
UCD Library. UCD Library Special Collections. Colm Ó Lochlainn Collection: Ballads
Location
UCD Library Special Collections, UCD James Joyce Library, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland

Record source
Metadata creation date: 2007-05-21 — Prepared by IVRLA project staff, UCD Library, University College Dublin. Finding aid encoded in EAD by the Irish Virtual Research Library and Archive (IVRLA) - A.C., 21 May 2007.

Rights & Usage Conditions

Copyright of the original resource: © University College Dublin, National University of Ireland, Dublin. Copyright and reproduction rights for all items in this collection are held by University College Dublin and administered by UCD Library Special Collections, UCD James Joyce Library, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland.