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Played by: Fiddlers' Bid Source: Soundcloud Image: Mary "Moll" Frith from Haynes, Alan: Sex in Elizabethan England, page 119. Wrens Park Publishing, 1997 This image was from the title-page of The Roaring Girl
Buffalo Gals Played by: The Pine Tree String Band Image:Downtown Buffalo in 1973, showing the then-Marine Midland Tower, Niagara River and Buffalo's Lower West Side. Source:Soundcloud
This is not My Own House Played by: Gill Bowman Image:Prince Charles Edward Stuart, 1720 - 1788. Source:Soundcloud
Yellow_Stockings Played by: Fiddlers' Bid Image:From Haynes, Alan: Sex in Elizabethan England, page 119. Wrens Park Publishing, 1997 This image was from the title-page of The Roaring Girl. Source:Soundcloud
Highland Laddie Played by: Pete Seeger Image:Way hay & away we go, Bonnie Laddie, Hieland Laddie. Source:Soundcloud
Trenchmore Played by: Jacob Heringman Image:Portrait of Edward VI of England, seated, wearing a gown lined in fur (ermine or lynx) over a crimson doublet with the collar of the Order of the Garter and holding a Bible. Source:Soundcloud