The village sexton, to which is added, The boatie rows, The days o' lang syne, The lass o' Gowrie, We're a noddin'

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Title

The village sexton, to which is added, The boatie rows, The days o' lang syne, The lass o' Gowrie, We're a noddin'

Alternative Title

The boatie rows
The days o' lang syne
The lass o' Gowrie
We're a noddin'

Publisher

Glasgow: Published and sold, wholesale and retail, by R. Hutchison, bookseller, 19 Saltmarket

Date

1823

Extent

8 pages

Identifier

s0081b07

Description

Woodcut image of naval battle on title-page.

Abstract

A short collection of ballads and songs, including a humorous portrayal of minister from the Highlands, a rowing song, the reminiscing of two old soldiers, a love song, and a short humorous song about the conversation between two old gossips, which is most likely a drinking song.

Coverage

Glasgow, Scotland
Gowrie, Scotland

Subject

Chapbooks-Scotland-Glasgow

Source

Scottish Studies Collection, Archival & Special Collections, University of Guelph Library http://www.lib.uoguelph.ca/find/find-type-resource/archival-special-collections/scottish-studies

Is Referenced By

University of Glasgow Union Catalogue of Scottish Chapbooks http://special.lib.gla.ac.uk/chapbooks/search/

Type

ballad

Citation

“The village sexton, to which is added, The boatie rows, The days o' lang syne, The lass o' Gowrie, We're a noddin',” Scottish Chapbooks, accessed December 12, 2018, https://scottishchapbooks.lib.uoguelph.ca/items/show/552.

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