Ordish Papers : Staffordshire



STAFFORDSHIRE

1.

Handwritten text of Eccleshall Play (?).

2.

Handwritten note on Guisers at Stone. Notes on the Folk Lore of North Staffs, p.35, W. Wells Bladen.

3.

Handwritten note on Plough Monday, letter to Miss C.S. Burne, 23 Jan. 1913, at Longton.

4.

Typewritten note on Guisers at Stoke.

5.

Handwritten notes on Mummers taken from Notes & Quotations, Vol.6 (1864) p.206.

6.

Penkridge Play Text - from MSS c.c.Noel James.

7.

Plough Monday, Hanbury - typewritten note from Miss E.A. Hollis from MS note by C.S. Burne.

8.

Plough Monday, Leek - handwritten note from A History of Leek, (1862) p.139, J. Sleigh.

9.

Guisers Play, Stone - handwritten text of play taken from Notes on the Folklore of North Staffs. W. Wells Bladen (1901).

10.

Sword Dancers - handwritten notes taken from J.T. Lawley, Midland Weekly News, Dec. 23, 1893.

11.

Copy of item 10, slight variation at end.

12.

Tean Guiser Tales text.

13.

Cutting from The Staffordshire Advertiser, Jan. 27, 1816 on hooliganism of Plough Bullocks.

14.

Horn Dance, Weyhill, note on custom 1853 to Hants file.

15.

Hobby Horse Dance - Abbots Bromley - typewritten note from C.S. & L. of Stafford, p.14.

16.

Morris Dancers at Lichfield - typewritten note from Mrs. Morgan, 26 June, 1891.

17.

Hobby-horse Dance, Abbots Bromley - handwritten notes from Midland Weekly News, J.T. Lawley, Dec. 23, 1893.

18.

Hobby-horse Dance, (Abbots) Pagets Bromley - handwritten note on custom from Plots History of Staffs, Chapter 10, p.434.

19.

Morris Dances, Lichfield - typewritten note on the custom from C.S. Burne, June 21, 1891, also, a typewritten note on the song, C.S. Burne, C.S. Burne, June 26, 1891.

20.

Printed leaflet on the Horn Dance, from Daily Graphic, Sept. 29, 1892 at Abbots Bromley.

21.

Pencil note giving & references, re Morris dance and Maid Marian.

22.

Newspaper cutting from Daily Telegraph, Sept. 30, 1892 on Mumming in Europe.

23.

Morris Dancers, Betley Hall - handwritten note on stained glass window, Barthomley by Rev. Edward Hinchcliffe 1856, p.192.

24.

Four photographs from a book, St. Giles Fair, Oxford, Horn Dance at Abbots Bromley, Quit Rent Ceremony, Mitcham Fair.

25.

Photo of Horn Dance in duplicate.

26.

Pencil note giving part text of play.

27.

Dancing the 'Hays' at Abbotts Bromely from Midland Weekly News.

28.

Notes from Douces Illustrations of Shakespeare.

29.

Notes on Tolletts Window from Hone's Year Book.

30.

Note on Plough Monday at Tutbury (from Warwickshire).


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