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Lads Who Live in Ireland or Where the Apple Praties Grow, The

Title: Lads Who Live in Ireland or Where the Apple Praties Grow, The
Additional Title: Duke's Motto
First Line: My name is New O'Manney, I was born in sweet Killarney
First Line of Chorus:
  • Seymour, Jas.
Additional Names:
Publication Date: 1850
Instrumentation: N/A
Subject: Broadsides and Penny Ballads
WIMA Collections: Irish Fest Collection
ID: IF PB 00-011
Publisher: H. De Marsan
Publication Place: New York, NY
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Historical Notes

Original penny ballad handbill composed and sung by Jas. Seymour, at Niblo's in the "Duke's Motto". Border is of ship and fort in harbor, sailor on mast, officer with flag, fire company, and marching soldiers.

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