S:G. Huddswell manuscript (Yorkshire), via Frank Kidson
dc|B2G2G2 dc|BGBd gdBG|c2A2A2 ag|f2d2d2 dc|B2G2G2d2|
BGBd g2e2|ABcA dcBA|B2G2G2::d2|g2dB g2dB|gfga g2d2|
g2dB g2fg|a2A2A2d2|g2 dB g2dB|gfga g2d2|ABcA dcBA|B2G2G2:||
BATH HORNPIPE. English, Hornpipe. G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. The tune appears as an untitled hornpipe in Helperby, Yorkshire, fiddler Lawrence Leadley's (1827-1897) music manuscript copybook, compiled primarily in the 1840's and 1850's. It also appears in the G. Huddeswell manuscript, Leeds, Yorkshire. There was a "New Bath Hornpipe" in William Vickers 1780 Northumbrian manuscript, and, while some tunes with the appellation "New..." are sometimes written in response (or to ride the coattails of) a popular tune, Leadley's "Bath Hornpipe" does not sound like it predated the 19th century.
Printed sources: Callaghan (Hardcore English), 2007; pg. 14. Merryweather & Seattle (The Fiddler of Helperby), 1994; No. 3, pg. 28 (appears as Untitled Hornpipe I).