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Posted By: masato sakurai
10-Oct-02 - 02:58 AM
Thread Name: Help: Origin of Villikins&Dinah tune
Subject: RE: Help: Origin of Villikins&Dinah tune
From the Bodeian Library (Part II):

Printer: Ryle, A. and Co. (London)
Date: between 1845 and 1859
Imprint: Ryle & Co., Printers, Monmouth-court, 7 Dials
Illus. Ballads on sheet: 2
Copies: Harding B 11(3982)
Johnson Ballads 1136
Ballads: 1. Vilikins & his Dinah! ("'Tis of a rich merchant, who in London does dwell ...")
Subject: Merchants; Cruel father
2. The merry men of England ("Oh! the merry men of England ...")
Subject: Patriotism

Printer: Andrews, J. (New York, N.Y.)
Date: c.1860
Imprint: J. Andrews, Printer, 38 Chatham St., N.Y.
Printer's Series: (5).
Ballads on sheet: 1
Copies: Harding B 18(37)
Ballads: 1. The Bellevue baby mrs. Cunningham's adopted ("A doctor of note in New York did dwell ...")
Author: Saugerties Bard (Pseudonym)
To the tune of: Vilikins
Subject: Murder

Printer: Ryle, A. and Co. (London)
Date: between 1845 and 1859
Imprint: Rial & Co. Printers Monmouth Court, 7 Dials.
Illus. Ballads on sheet: 1
Copies: Firth b.26(210)
Firth c.16(195)
Harding B 14(279)
Johnson Ballads 1087
Ballads: 1. Darbee & his Dizzy ("Tis of a great sportsman, in London did dwell ...")
To the tune of: Vilikins and his Dinah
Subject: Politics and government - 19th century; Disraeli, Benjamin, Earl of Beaconsfield, 1804-1881

Printer: Ryle, A. and Co. (London)
Date: between 1845 and 1859
Imprint: Rial and Co., Printers, 2 & 3 Monmouth-Court, Seven Dials
Illus. Ballads on sheet: 1
Copies: Firth c.16(180)
Ballads: 1. Victoria, Albert & Napier ("As Victoria and Albert together did stray ...")
To the tune of: Vilikins and his Dinah
Subject: Victoria, Queen of Great Britain, 1819-1901

Printer: Ryle, A. and Co. (London)
Date: [1858]
Imprint: Rial & Co., Printers, Monmouth Court, 7 Dials
Illus. Ballads on sheet: 1
Note: Harding B 14(289) is stamped: Harvard College Library, Aug. 15, 1916, Kittredge fund.
Copies: Firth b.26(225)
Firth c.16(446)
Harding B 14(289)
Johnson Ballads 1096
Ballads: 1. John Bull & his ally ("John Bull is kept under some say, and forlorn ...")
To the tune of: Vilikins and his Dinah
Subject: Politics and government - 19th century; 1858; Napoleon, III, Emperor of the French, 1808-1873

Printer: [s.n.] ([s.l.])
Date: [s.a.]
Illus. Ballads on sheet: 2
Copies: Firth b.27(159)
Ballads: 1. Nothing more ("In a valley fair I wander'd ...")
2. Vilikins and his Dinah ("'Tis of a rich merchant who in London does dwell ...)

Printer: Harkness, J. (Preston)
Date: between 1840 and 1866
Imprint: J. Harkness, Printer, Church Street, Preston. Printer's Series: (774).
Illus. Ballads on sheet: 2
Copies: Harding B 11(3981)
Ballads: 1. Vilikins and his Dinah ("Oh! 'tis of a rich merchant, in London did dwell ...")
Subject: Merchants; Cruel father
Note: Verse and prose
2. The lady and weaver ("It's of a rich merchant near London did dwell ...")
Subject: Women sailors; Astrology

Printer: [s.n.] ([s.l.])
Date: [s.a.]
Printer's Series: (172).
Illus. Ballads on sheet: 1
Copies: Firth c.18(232)
Ballads: 1. Vilikins and his Dinah ("'Tis of a rich merchant, who in London did dwell ...")
Subject: Merchants; Cruel father; Suicide
Note: Slip

Printer: [s.n.] ([s.l.])
Date: [s.a.]
Illus. Ballads on sheet: 9
Copies: Harding B 40(22)
Ballads: 1. Thou art gone from my gaze ("Thou art gone from my gaze, like a beautiful dream ...")
2. Vilikins and his Dinah! ("'Tis of a rich merchant who in London did dwell ...")
3. The light of other days ("The light of other days is faded ...")
Author: Bunn, A.
4. The battle of Trafalgar -- death of Nelson ("'Twas in Trafalgar's bay ...")
Author: Arnold, Samuel James
Subject: Nelson, Horatio Nelson, Viscount, 1758-1805
5. Hurra for the thistle ("Hurrah for the thistle! the brave Scottish thistle ...")
6. The bloom is on the rye ("My pretty Jane, my pretty Jane! ...")
Author: Fitzball, Edward
7. Lowden's bonny woods and braes ("Loudon's bonny woods and braes ...")
8. Cab! cab! ("I goes out cab driving ...")
Subject: Hansom cabs
9. Pop goes the weazel! ("A country lad the other day come all the way from Berkshire ...")
Subject: Countryman in London

Printer: Ryle, A. and Co. (London)
Date: between 1845 and 1859
Imprint: Rial, Printer, Monmouth Court, Seven Dials
Illus. Ballads on sheet: 1
Note: Harding B 13(312) is stamped: Harvard College Library, Aug. 15, 1916, Kittredge fund.
Copies: Firth c.16(353)
Harding B 13(312)
Johnson Ballads 1132A
Ballads: 1. The Sunday trading riot ("Oh, my friends have you heard of this terrible job ...")
To the tune of: Vilikins and his Dinah
Subject: Sunday

Printer: Hodges, E.M.A. (London)
Date: between 1855 and 1861
Imprint: Printed and Published by E. Hodges, (from Pitts) Wholesale Toy & Marble warehouse, 26, Grafton Street, Soho
Illus. Ballads on sheet: 2
Copies: Firth c.16(352)
Ballads: 1. Sunday trading riot ("Oh, my friends, have you heard of this terrible job ...")
To the tune of: Vilikins and his Dinah
Subject: Sunday
2. Jimmie. (A parody on Minnie) ("When my spirits are high, if I've cash in my cly ...")

Printer: Burton, J. (Leicester)
Date: [s.a.]
Imprint: J. Burton, Machine Printer, Haymarket, Leicester
Illus. Ballads on sheet: 1
Copies: Johnson Ballads 1848
Ballads: 1. "Vilikins and his Dinah". New version ("A wealthy old Quaker near Belgrave did dwell ...")
Subject: Parliamentary elections, Leicester

Printer: De Marsan, H. (New York, N.Y.)
Date: c.1860
Imprint: H. De Marsan, Publisher ... 38 & 60 Chatham St. N.Y.
Illus. Ballads on sheet: 1
Note: Border: Horned imp.
Copies: Harding B 18(495)
Ballads: 1. The yellow haired boy 16 months old ("Behold him now creeping on the carpeted floor ...")
To the tune of: Vilikins and Dinah
Subject: Children

Printer: Browne ([s.l.])
Date: [s.a.]
Imprint: Browne, Typ.
Ballads on sheet: 1
Copies: Johnson Ballads fol. 296
Ballads: 1. The Andover election, or "The old merchant's son" ("Of an old merchant's son I'm going for to tell ...")
To the tune of: Vilikins and his Dinah
Subject: Parliamentary elections