Cresswell's Local and other Songs and Recitations 1883

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Cresswell's Local and other Songs, Recitations, Etc 1883
Author Marshall Cresswell
Country United Kingdom
Language English (Geordie dialect)
Genre chapbook
Publisher Marshall Cresswell
Publication date
1883
Media type Print
Pages over 100 pages

Cresswell's Local and other Songs, Recitations, Etc. 1883 (or to give it is's full title – "Local and other Songs, Recitations, Etc Composed by Marshall Cresswell, Dudley, Northumberland. With Introductory Autobiography (second edition) Illustrated by J. W. Marcke. Newcastle-upon-Tyne. J. W. Chater 61 & 62 Grainger Street, West, 21, Collingwood Street, 89, Clayton Street, and "Cross House", Westgate Road and all Booksellers 1883" is a Chapbook of Geordie folk song consisting of over 100 pages, published in 1883.

The publication[edit]

Marshall Cresswell wrote all the songs and a set of the original documents are retained in the archives of Border History Museum, Hexham.

The front cover of the book was as thus :-

LOCAL AND OTHER
SONGS, RECITATIONS,
ETC
COMPOSED BY
MARSHALL CRESSWELL
DUDLEY, NORTHUMBERLAND
WITH
INTRODUCTORY AUTOBIOGRAPHY
(SECOND EDITION)
ILLUSTRATED BY J. W. MARCKE


NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE
J. W. CHATER 61 & 62 GRAINGER STREET, WEST
21, COLLINGWOOD STREET
89, CLAYTON STREET, AND
"CROSS HOUSE", WESTGATE ROAD
AND ALL BOOKSELLERS


1883

Contents[edit]

are as below :-


title songwriter tune brief description ref
1 front cover [1]
2 Intro and Autobiography
7 Lad that wants a Wife – (The) Marshall Cresswell [2]
9 Unk'yuked Tripe – (The) Marshall Cresswell [3]
11 Bella Walker's advice tiv hor dowtor Marshall Cresswell [4]
13 Awd man's petition fra the workhoose te Tommy Burt Marshall Cresswell [5]
14 Pitman's advice tiv his son – (A) Marshall Cresswell [6]
17 Joe's last voyage to sea Marshall Cresswell [7]
20 Peter's pay, or the benefit of a bargain Marshall Cresswell [8]
24 Time muthor lay bad i' bed – (The) Marshall Cresswell [9]
25 Annitsford bogle – (The) – a fact Marshall Cresswell [10]
27 Summer's cleanin' – (The) Marshall Cresswell [11]
29 Invisible ghost – (The) Marshall Cresswell [12]
31 Dudley pet – (The) Marshall Cresswell X. Y. Z. or The Pawnshop Bleezin' [13]
33 Morpeth Lodgings Marshall Cresswell Wait for the waggon This song was awarded first prize in Chater's song competition. [14]
35 Lass of Annitsford – (The) Marshall Cresswell [15]
36 Midneet adventor – (A) Marshall Cresswell [16]
38 Hidden whisky bottle – (The) Marshall Cresswell [17]
42 Bashful sweet heart – (The) Marshall Cresswell [18]
44 Strange bed – (A) Marshall Cresswell [19]
45 New tramway car – (The) Marshall Cresswell [20]
47 Dudley Station Marshall Cresswell [21]
49 Pitman's visit te Rio de Janeiro – (A) Marshall Cresswell [22]
51 Whisky het Marshall Cresswell [23]
54 Resurrection men – (The) – A fact Marshall Cresswell [24]
56 Frustrated feast – (The) Marshall Cresswell [25]
58 Creemayshon Marshall Cresswell [26]
59 Neet sk'yul – (The) Marshall Cresswell X. Y. Z. or The Pawnshop Bleezin' [27]
61 Pitman meedyum – (The) Marshall Cresswell Tramp, Tramp [28]
62 Tom Linkin's box Marshall Cresswell Tinkers wedding [29]
63 Morpeth Bankwet – (The) Marshall Cresswell The wonderful Telegraph [30]
65 Telegraphic news Marshall Cresswell [31]
67 For Ever at Rest Marshall Cresswell The Cliffs of Old Tynemouth [32]
68 Banks of the Wear – (The) Marshall Cresswell [33]
68 Naughty workhouse lad – (The) Marshall Cresswell [34]
70 Happy Pair O' Blyth – (The) Marshall Cresswell [35]
72 Willow Tree – (The) Marshall Cresswell [36]
72 short bio Robert Gillespy, farmer
73 Pea-puddin' hot Marshall Cresswell Jennywine Yest [37]
74 That day hes noo g'yen by Marshall Cresswell The Miller O' the Dee [38]
75 Mother winnet cum h'yem Marshall Cresswell Kathleen Mavourneen [39]
76 Robert Gledson's pedigree Marshall Cresswell [40]
77 Laws, Gledson, an' Mycroft; or a struggle te be second in the class Marshall Cresswell The Wonderful Talleygraf [41]
79 Fall at Dudley – (The)
Mention of Billy Fairplay
Marshall Cresswell [42]
80 Wonderful change at Dudley – (The)
Mention of new pit heap etc.
Marshall Cresswell [43]
81 Grainger Monnymint – (The) Marshall Cresswell Wundorful Tallygrip [44]
83 Nanny Moore; a parody Marshall Cresswell [45]
94 North Durham election – (The) Marshall Cresswell [46]
95 Collier's doom – (The) Marshall Cresswell [47]
95 mention of James Lennon
98 Good Templar's happy home – (The) Marshall Cresswell [48]
99 Poor convict lad – (The) Marshall Cresswell [49]
100 Modest appeal – (A) Marshall Cresswell [50]

See also[edit]

Geordie dialect words
Marshall Cresswell

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Farne archives – front cover". Archived from the original on 2013-01-17. 
  2. ^ "Farne archives – Lad that wants a Wife – (The)". 
  3. ^ "Farne archives – Unk'yuked Tripe – (The)". 
  4. ^ "Farne archives – Bella Walker's advice tiv hor dowtor". 
  5. ^ "Farne archives – Awd man's petition fra the workhoose te Tommy Burt". 
  6. ^ "Farne archives – Pitman's advice tiv his son – (A)". 
  7. ^ "Farne archives – Joe's last voyage to sea". 
  8. ^ "Farne archives – Peter's pay, or the benefit of a bargain". 
  9. ^ "Farne archives – Time muthor lay bad i' bed – (The)". 
  10. ^ "Farne archives – Annitsford bogle – (The) – a fact". 
  11. ^ "Farne archives – Summer's cleanin' – (The)". 
  12. ^ "Farne archives – Invisible ghost – (The)". 
  13. ^ "Farne archives – Dudley pet – (The)". 
  14. ^ "Farne archives – Morpeth Lodgings". 
  15. ^ "Farne archives – Lass of Annitsford – (The)". 
  16. ^ "Farne archives – Midneet adventor – (A)". 
  17. ^ "Farne archives – Hidden whisky bottle – (The)". 
  18. ^ "Farne archives – Bashful sweet heart – (The)". 
  19. ^ "Farne archives – Strange bed – (A)". 
  20. ^ "Farne archives – New tramway car – (The)". 
  21. ^ "Farne archives – Dudley Station". 
  22. ^ "Farne archives – Pitman's visit te Rio de Janeiro – (A)". 
  23. ^ "Farne archives – Whisky het". 
  24. ^ "Farne archives – Resurrection men – (The) – A fact". 
  25. ^ "Farne archives – Frustrated feast – (The)". 
  26. ^ "Farne archives – Creemayshon". 
  27. ^ "Farne archives – Neet sk'yul – (The)". 
  28. ^ "Farne archives – Pitman meedyum – (The)". 
  29. ^ "Farne archives – Tom Linkin's box". 
  30. ^ "Farne archives – Morpeth Bedwet – (The)". 
  31. ^ "Farne archives – Telegraphic news". 
  32. ^ "Farne archives – For Ever at Rest". 
  33. ^ "Farne archives – Banks of the Wear – (The)". 
  34. ^ "Farne archives – Naughty workhouse lad – (The)". 
  35. ^ "Farne archives – Happy Pair O' Blyth – (The)". 
  36. ^ "Farne archives – Willow Tree – (The)". 
  37. ^ "Farne archives – Pea-puddin' hot". 
  38. ^ "Farne archives – That day hes noo g'yen by". 
  39. ^ "Farne archives – Mother winnet cum h'yem". 
  40. ^ "Farne archives – Robert Gledson's pedigree". 
  41. ^ "Farne archives – Laws, Gledson, an' Mycroft; or a struggle te be second in the class". 
  42. ^ "Farne archives – Fall at Dudley – (The)". 
  43. ^ "Farne archives – Wonderful change at Dudley – (The)". 
  44. ^ "Farne archives – Grainger Monnymint – (The)". 
  45. ^ "Farne archives – Nanny Moore; a parody". 
  46. ^ "Farne archives – North Durham election – (The)". 
  47. ^ "Farne archives – Collier's doom – (The)". 
  48. ^ "Farne archives – Good Templar's happy home – (The)". 
  49. ^ "Farne archives – Poor convict lad – (The)". 
  50. ^ "Farne archives – Modest appeal – (A)". 

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