The London Convict Maid single work   poetry   "Ye London maids attend to me,"
Issue Details: First known date: 1964 1964
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  • Minor textual variation between versions.

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

  • Appears in:
    y The Penguin Australian Song Book J. S. Manifold , Ringwood : Penguin , 1964 Z406059 1964 anthology poetry Ringwood : Penguin , 1964 pg. 19
    Note: With musical score. Title: The Convict Maid. First line: You lads and lasses all attend to me
  • Appears in:
    y The Convict Maid: Early Broadsides Relating to Australia Ronald George Edwards (editor), Kuranda : Rams Skull Press , 1985 Z1604403 1985 anthology poetry lyric/song Edwards received the Australian Folk Trust Fellowship in 1985, and travelled to Britain to study broadside ballads relating to early Australia. He made facsimile copies of a considerable number of ballads with an Australian reference, which are reproduced, along with transcriptions and notes, in this work and in the companion volume The Transport's Lament (1986). Edwards published revised and enlarged editions of both works in 1987-1988. Kuranda : Rams Skull Press , 1985 pg. 18
    Note: Facsimile of broadside. With title: The Convict Maid.
  • Appears in:
    y The Convict Maid: Early Broadsides Relating to Australia Ronald George Edwards (editor), Kuranda : Rams Skull Press , 1985 Z1604403 1985 anthology poetry lyric/song Edwards received the Australian Folk Trust Fellowship in 1985, and travelled to Britain to study broadside ballads relating to early Australia. He made facsimile copies of a considerable number of ballads with an Australian reference, which are reproduced, along with transcriptions and notes, in this work and in the companion volume The Transport's Lament (1986). Edwards published revised and enlarged editions of both works in 1987-1988. Kuranda : Rams Skull Press , 1985 pg. 17
    Note: Facsimile of broadside. With title: The Convict Maid.
  • Appears in:
    y The Convict Maid: Early Broadsides Relating to Australia Ronald George Edwards (editor), Kuranda : Rams Skull Press , 1985 Z1604403 1985 anthology poetry lyric/song Edwards received the Australian Folk Trust Fellowship in 1985, and travelled to Britain to study broadside ballads relating to early Australia. He made facsimile copies of a considerable number of ballads with an Australian reference, which are reproduced, along with transcriptions and notes, in this work and in the companion volume The Transport's Lament (1986). Edwards published revised and enlarged editions of both works in 1987-1988. Kuranda : Rams Skull Press , 1985 pg. 16
    Note: Facsimile of broadside. With title: Convict Maid.
  • Appears in:
    y The Convict Maid: Early Broadsides Relating to Australia Ronald George Edwards (editor), Kuranda : Rams Skull Press , 1985 Z1604403 1985 anthology poetry lyric/song Edwards received the Australian Folk Trust Fellowship in 1985, and travelled to Britain to study broadside ballads relating to early Australia. He made facsimile copies of a considerable number of ballads with an Australian reference, which are reproduced, along with transcriptions and notes, in this work and in the companion volume The Transport's Lament (1986). Edwards published revised and enlarged editions of both works in 1987-1988. Kuranda : Rams Skull Press , 1985 pg. 15
    Note: Facsimile of broadside. With title: The Convict Maid. First line: You London maids, attend to me,
  • Appears in:
    y The Penguin Book of Australian Ballads [1993] Elizabeth Webby (editor), Philip Butterss (editor), Ringwood : Penguin , 1993 Z136407 1993 anthology poetry humour satire Ringwood : Penguin , 1993 pg. 12-14
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Subjects:
  • Botany Bay, Botany area, Sydney Southern Suburbs, Sydney, New South Wales,
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