Yorkshire Ditties, Second Series by John Hartley

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Author Hartley, John, 1839-1915
Title Yorkshire Ditties, Second Series
To which is added The Cream of Wit and Humour
from his Popular Writings
Contents Th' Better Part -- Done Agean -- Latter Wit -- My Gronfayther's Days -- Heart Brocken -- To a Daisy -- A Bad Sooart -- All we Had -- Give it 'em Hot -- Th' Honest Hard Worker -- Niver Heed -- Sing On -- What aw Want -- What it is to be Mother -- What is It -- Come thi Ways! -- Advice to Jenny -- Ther's mich Expected -- A Strange Stooary -- Take Heart -- Did yo Iver -- An Old Man's Christmas Morning -- Billy Bumble's Bargain -- Moral -- Rejected -- Duffin Johnie -- Lost Love -- Th' Traitle Sop -- To Let -- Fault Finders -- Disapointment -- Work Away -- New Machinery &c -- September Month -- A Hawporth -- Buttermilk &c -- It's a comfort -- Progress -- Try Again -- Jealousy -- Winter -- Persevere -- Booith-Taan Election -- Election -- None think Alike -- Seaside
Credits Produced by David Fawthrop
Language English
LoC Class PR: Language and Literatures: English literature
Subject Dialect poetry, English -- England -- Yorkshire
Subject Yorkshire (England) -- Poetry
Subject Poetry of places
Category Text
EBook-No. 17799
Release Date
Most Recently Updated Mar 4, 2006
Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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