Ordish Papers : Notes & Section F



NOTES

The material is already split into envelopes or folders within the box, and these divisions I have retained, giving each a code letter from A-H. (H is a separate sheet, see below).

The numbers given to each item in this list have not been marked on the material itself and are only for identification on this list.

SECTION F

Folder: "Unlocated"

Contents of this folder already listed (by Helm?) as attached, and items numbered accordingly.

Items 1-7, and 36, are all chapbooks and, according to a note in the box are now on "top shelf in cupboard".

All other items listed are present in the folder.

UNLOCATED

Items typed in RED are not traced as having been published.

PageMaterial
1.

The Pace Egg, A Christmas Joust for Boys pub. William Walker & Sons. London & Otley.

2.

The Peace Egg, or St. George, An Easter Play. Printed for Bookseller by Looney & Pilling, Spear St., Manchester.

3.

The Peace Egg, printed by J. Johnson, Leeds.

4.

The Peace Egg, or St. George, An Easter Play. Printed by Abel Heywood, Manchester. (identical with 2 above)

5.

The Four Champions of Great Britain. Printed London and Manchester.

6.

The Christmas Rhyme Book. Printed by J. Nicholson, Belfast.

7.

Walker's New Mummer or the Wassail Cup. Printed William Walker, Otley.

8.

Play text from Mss. Miss E.L. Merck, Sept. 1891.

9.

Play text from the Archaeologist, Vol.I., Sept. 1841 - Feb. 1842.

10-11.

Play text identical with 9 above.

12.

Mummers Play from Manning Mss from Harleian Mss.

13.

Note from 11, No. ii, 507.

14.

Mumming note and fragment from 2, No. x, 168 (1860).

15.

Mumming Western Counties, note from The Crypt, Vol.i., pp.69-70.

16.

Mummers Play text, fragment from Ms. J.S., Little Chelsea.

17.

Seven Champions, fragment, from A Collection of Old Ballads, 1723, Vol.i., No.4.

18.

Christmas Mummers or Morris Dancers, note source unidentified.

19.

Anglo-Saxon Passion of St. George, from a Ms. in Cambridge University Library, 1850, edited by Rev. C. Hardwick, for Percy Society.

20.

Seven Champions of Christendom copied from chapbook, from Manning.

21.

The Fool Plough from Sports and Pastimes.

22.

Peace Play from unidentified source.

23.

Plough Monday from Brand.

24.

Old Customs note from Gent. Mag. Lib., 1785, Part ii, 853.

25.

St. George Mumming Play, note from 12 No. i, 327.

26.

Mystery Play note from 11 No. iii, p.395.

27.

English Plays - Masques note from Sports & Pastimes.

28.

Plough Monday from Soane, New Curios Lit., i., 37.

29.

Recollections of Yuletide by Joseph Bennett from an unidentified newspaper.

30.

Plough Monday, note from Ditchfield, Old English Sports, 1891, p.??.

31.

Plough Monday, note from Blount, Glossographia, 1681, p.501.

32.

Christmas Mumming Plays, from the Scotsman dated 27.12.99.

33.

Mumming Plays transferred from one date to another, from 11 No. vi.

34.

Easter Mummery from The Star, 7.4.1917.

35.

Father Christmas Play in London Streets from Daily Chronicle, 18??/12/01.

36.

Walker's Series of Juvenile Plays...The Peace Egg. London & Otley, William Walker and Sons.

37.

E.F. Rimbault: Notes and Queries. Sec. 2, Vol.12, 1861, p.487.


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