Ordish Papers : Yorkshire



YORKSHIRE

1.

Handwritten note on Plough Monday, Aldborough from A Glossary of Mid Yorshire (1876) p.10, C. Clough Robinson.

2.

Ceremonial of Parish Feast - Aldborough - handwritten note from Church Folklore, p.225, Rev. J.E. Vaux (same ceremony as item 1).

3.

Printed article on Plough Monday - Beverley from Gutch, County Folk Lore, Vol.6, p.87.

4.

Printed article of Sword Dance - Flamborough from Gutch, County Folk Lore, Vol.6, pp.119-20.

5.

Plough Festival - Holderness - printed article from Gutch, County Folk Lore, Vol.6, p.87.

6.

Printed article on Plough Festival - Hull, Gutch, County Folklore, Vol.6, p.87.

7.

Plough Monday - Naburn - printed article from Gutch, County Folk Lore, Vol.6, pp.88-9.

8.

Sword Dance - Northallerton - printed article from Gutch, County Folk Lore, Vol.2, p.281.

9.

Sword or Morisco Dance - North Yorks printed account, County Folk Lore, Vol.2, pp.280-281.

10.

Plough Monday - Scarborough - printed account, County Folk Lore, Vol.2, pp.232-3.

11.

St. Stephen Sword Dance - North Yorks printed account from County Folk Lore, Vol.2, pp.273-4 (see item 38).

12.

Morisco Sports - Watton - printed account from Gutch, Folk Lore, Vol.6, p.120.

13.

Plough-boys - Sword Dancers - Welton - printed account from Gutch, County Folk Lore, Vol.6, p.121.

14.

Plough Monday - Whitby - printed account from County Folk Lore, Vol.2, pp.231-2.

15.

Plough Monday - York - printed note from County Folk Lore, Vol.2, p.233.

16.

The Fool Plough - handwritten note taken from "The Costume of Yorkshire", on the custom, also description of plates from book and library ticket.

17.

Killinghall Play Text.

18.

The Horse Head or The Queen's Pony (1885) at Kirksmeaton - the handwritten text of the custom from Verses & Notes by John Wilson 1903, pp.182-6.

19.

Handwritten notes on the Mumming Play at Leeds from Dialect of Leeds, p.364.

20.

Notes on "The Yorkshire Maskers Song" from J.H. Dixon Ancient Poems and Ballads & Songs of Peasantry of England.

21.

Mummer of Yorkshire - printed text of the subject from Henderson "Folk Lore of the Northern Counties" (1879) p.70.

22.

Cutting with drawing of "The Mummers" from the Daily Graphic, Monday, Jan. 5th, 1903.

23.

Mumming or Sweeping the Old Year Out - typewritten account from "A Girl in Keighley" by J.N. Clough.

24.

Duplicate of item 23.

25.

Cutting from Daily Mail, Jan. 1, 1903 headed Quaint New Year Customs Practised Today with suitable drawing depicting West of England, Scotland, Devon and Yorkshire.

26.

Yorkshire Peace Egg - text of play and handwritten notes taken from Yorks. Folk Lore Journal, 1888, Vol.1, pp.127-30.

27.

Handwritten notes on Plough Monday, Nr. Boroughbridge from C. Clough Robinson, "A Glossary of Mid. Yorks." (1876) p.9.

28.

A handwritten note on Plough Monday at Kingston-upon-Hull from W.J.G. Redpath, "Old Church Life" (1899) p.32.

29.

Notes on Plough Monday from Costumes of Yorkshire quoted by G. Soane, New Curios Lit. (1814).

30.

Note on Madge, a character of Plough Monday from C. Clough Robinson, A Glossary of Mid. Yorks (1876), p. 79.

31.

Note on Fond Plufe from Glossary of Yorks. Words (1855) p.61.

32.

Handwritten text of Blue Stots Mummers Play at Raskelfe contributed by Rev. Arthur Radford (1911).

33.

"Poor Old Horse" copied from Addy's Sheffield Glossary.

34.

Handwritten note of Sheffield Rimers from Notes & Queries 11 S 7, p.256, 29-3-1913.

35.

Handwritten notes on the Peace Egg from J. Charles Cox Notes & Queries 5 S 4, p.511 (1875).

36.

Text of Sheffield Mummers Song from S.O. Addy Sheffield Glossary, Vol.12, p.153.

37.

Text of Sheffield Mummers Song as item 36 with additional notes.

38.

Handwritten copy of item 11.

39.

Sword Dancers - note from Mrs. Day of Swaledale.

40.

Handwritten recollections of the Mummers at Westvale, Nr Halifax from Colman C. Starling with reference to a superstition about the rainbow also remembering mumming at Bradford also Wassailing song text.

41.

Note on Plough Stots at Whitby from A Glossary of Yorkshire Words (1855) pp.131-2.

42.

Newspaper account of St. George and the Slasher from Manchester Guardian, 10-1-06.

43.

Pace-eggers from Notes & Queries 9 S, Vol.3 (1899).

44.

Copy from English Folk Lore Drama on the Fool Plough.

45.

Plough Monday in Yorks. from Folk Lore, Vol.4.


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