Ordish Papers : Oxfordshire



OXFORDSHIRE

1.

Note from Mr. Binney re derivation of Alpine Pain.

2.

Handwritten copy of Mumming Play, Bampton, text from Old English Customs, P.H. Ditchfield (1896).

3.

Handwritten text of the play from Chadlington from R.J.E. Tiddy.

4.

Typewritten copy of play in item 3.

5.

Duplicate of item 4.

6.

Handwritten copy of the Charlton Mummers Play from Oxfordshire Archaeological Society Report 1903, pp. 29-31.

7.

Handwritten copy of Culham Mummers Play as dictated by Tom Partridge 1901.

8.

Typewritten copy of item 7.

9.

Headington Play text.

10.

Letter and pencil copy of play from Headington Quarry.

11.

Letter from W. Henry Jewitt giving rough text of play at Headington.

12.

Typewritten version of the Headington Play from F. Lee (different from other Headington versions).

13.

Islip Mummers play.

14.

Typewritten copy of Islip Mummers Play (copy of item 13).

15.

Typewritten copy of Islip Mummers Play witnessed by P. Manning (1894) (note errors).

16.

Handwritten copy of item 15.

17.

Incomplete handwritten copy of item 15.

18.

Mummers Play at Kirklington 1860 typewritten text copied from Manning MSS.

19.

Handwritten note on the Mummers Play at Lower Heyford from Oxford Archaeological Society Report 1903, pp. 35-6.

20.

Marston Play Text from Manning MSS.

21.

Handwritten account of play, supposed copy of item 21.

22.

Oxford Play Text from Manning MSS.

23.

Imperfect handwritten copy of St. Aldates play from P. Manning.

24.

Handwritten copy of Mummers Play as dictated by C.J. Reeves, 30.4.1898 supplied by P. Manning.

25.

Printed copy of Mummers Play Text from Oxford Times, 17.12.99.

26.

Typewritten copy of item 26.

27.

Unidentified handwritten copy of text of play.

28.

Newspaper cutting from the Oxford Times, March 1st 1902 giving report on a lecture by Mr. E.H. Binney.

29.

Cutting from Folklore, Vol.13, p.455 on Mummers.

30.

Newspaper cutting from the Daily Graphic, 4 Jan. 1894 on the Mummers Play with cartoon.

31.

Note on an article in "A Corner of the Cotswolds through the Nineteenth Century" by M. Sturge Gretton about the Mumming Play.

32.

Notes on two Oxfordshire versions of the play copied from Notes & Queries and Ditchfields "Old English Customs" 1896 and note on Welsh Bards.

33.

Eight letters written to Mr. Ordish on the Stoke Play.

34.

A note on the costumes and a text of the Mummers Play from Worminghall School, Thame, 17-1-1899.

35-36.

Typewritten copy of item 35.

37.

Handwritten text of play from Worminghall School, Thame (slight variations to item 35).

38.

Two typewritten copies of item 38.

39.

Handwritten copy of the Thame play (different from item 35) from Notes & Queries V S:, Vol.2, pp.503-5.

40-41.

Handwritten copies of item 39.

42.

Westcot Barton play text.

43.

Bampton Play - additional lines of Behelzebub (from C. Tanner 1894).

44.

Notes from Manning MSS on Whitsun Morris dances etc. throughout different villages in Oxfordshire, some handwritten, some printed (28 sheets).


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