Ordish Papers : Nottinghamshire



NOTTINGHAMSHIRE

1.

A letter from Mrs. Chaworth Musters regarding the shirt worn by Plough Monday Boys.

2.

A letter from H. Nowell to Mrs. Musters giving a cut-out of the horse worn on Plough Monday shirts.

3.

Handwritten text of Plough Monday Play with associated notes.

4.

A letter from Mabel Peacock giving a general account of Plough Jaggers.

5.

A handwritten extract from Notes & Queries, Vol.4, S 7, p.121 (1871) on Mummers and the play of the Hobby Horse.

6.

A handwritten definition of Plough Monday from Sports & Pastimes, p.349.

7.

An extract from Old English Customs, P.H. Ditchfield, p.49 (1896) on the Plough Monday Play. See also item 8.

8.

A printed article by T.F. Ordish on English Folk-Drama in Folk-Lore, Vol.4, pp.149-175 with notes on Lincs & Yorks.

9.

Portion of a book "Jottings about Nottinghamshire" Shelford Play Text, pp.60-61.

10.

Handwritten text re Plough Monday and rough text of play copied from Nottinghamshire facts and fictions by J.P. Briscoe (1876).

11.

Pencil note from Graham re Maypole and Morris Dancers at Weller and Winster (Derbys).

12.

Part of a letter from Mrs. Charworth Musters re Plough Monday at Bingham about 1916.

13.

Ploughmans song from Tithby (taken from Surrey).


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