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The laird o" Cockpen

a novel

by Rita

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Published by F.V. White & Co. in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

First edition.

Statementby "Rita."
The Physical Object
Pagination3 v. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24556178M
OCLC/WorldCa52172532

The Laird o' Cockpen (Trad.; additional verses by Caroline, Lady Nairn) The Laird O' Cockpen, he's proud and he's great, His mind's ta'en up wi' affairs o' the state. He wanted a wife, his braw hoose tae keep But favour wi' wooin' was fa'tious tae seek. Doon by the dykeside a lady did dwell, At his table-head he tho't she'd look well. This book, from the G. Ross Roy Collection at the University of South Carolina, includes Burns's "The Laird O' Cockpen" and "Sae Will We Yet." Author Burns, Robert,

The early 19th century song The Laird o' Cockpen describes a Cockpen estate owner who fought on the Royalist side at the Battle of Worcester. [11] [12] See also [ edit ]Council area: Midlothian. Series: Music Sales America Publisher: Music Sales America The Laird Cockpen for Voice and Piano, by Hamish MacCunn.. This product is printed in small quantities. Inventory is currently available but may change due to the low quantities normally kept on hand.

The Laird replied, "I could dance, too, if I had my lands again." Charles thereupon restored his lands.** For a complete list of Lady Nairne tunes at this site, enter Lady Nairne in the search engine. The Laird o' Cockpen, he's proud and he's great, His mind is ta'en up wi' the things o' the state; He wanted a wife his braw house to keep. Check out The Laird o' Cockpen by The Glasgow Orpheus Choir on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on


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The Laird o'Cockpen. A Novel. By Rita. Paperback – May 3, by Author Unknown (Author) See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ Author: Author Unknown. The Laird of Cockpen book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Illustrated version of an old Scottish song in which a proud lord dec /5. THE LAIRD o’ Cockpen he ’s proud and he ’s great: His mind is ta’en up with the things o’ the state; He wanted a wife his braw house to keep, But favor wi’ wooin’ was fashious to.

Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne (–) THE LAIRD o’ Cockpen, he’s proud and he’s great. His mind is ta’en up wi’ things o’ the State: He wanted a wife, his braw house to keep; But favour wi’ wooin’ was fashious 1 to seek.

The curious courtship of the Laird of Cockpen&#;though she was poor ""the lady said 'Nay'""&#;is charmingly pictured but disconcertingly concluded.

The fun of this old Scottish song, arising from the Laird's complacence and the lady's refusal, is deflected when, abruptly reversing herself, she becomes indeed the Lady of Cockpen (and looks as smug as he). Appended are an author's note. The Laird of Cockpen by Leodhas, Sorche Nic, ; Nairne, Carolina (Oliphant) Nairne, Baroness, Laird o'Cockpen; Adams, Adrienne, illus.

Publication date Internet Archive Books. Scanned in China. Uploaded by YoshikoM on Novem SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages: The laird o’ Cockpen, he’s proud an’ he’s great, His mind is ta’en up wi’ the things o’ the State; He wanted a wife, his braw house to keep, But favour wi’ wooin’ was fashious to seek.

Down by the dyke-side a lady did dwell, At his table head he thocht she’d look well, M’Leish’s ae dochter o’ Clavers-ha’ Lea. THE LAIRD O' COCKPEN (Trad.; additional verses by Caroline, Lady Nairn) The Laird O' Cockpen, he's proud and he's great, His mind's ta'en up wi' affairs o' the state.

He wanted a wife, his braw hoose tae keep But favour wi' wooin' was fa'tious tae seek. Doon by the dykeside a lady did dwell, At his table-head he tho't she'd look well.

The laird o' Cockpen, he's proud an' he's great, His mind is ta'en up wi' things o' the State; He wanted a wife, his braw house to keep, But favour wi' wooin' was fashious to seek.5/5.

The Laird O’ Cockpen Helen Hopekirk's book "Seventy Scottish Songs" describes it as a "very ancient Scottish melody" The words are attributed to Lady Carolina Nairne. I recently found the last two verses in a folksong book published in Am G The Laird o'Cockpen, he's proud and he's great.

Get this from a library. The Laird of Cockpen. [Sorche Nic Leodhas; Adrienne Adams; Carolina Oliphant Nairne Nairne, Baroness; Susan Ferrier; Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, inc.] -- Illustrated version of an old Scottish song in which a proud lord decides to honor one of the neighborhood ladies with a proposal and is surprised to be rejected.

The Laird o' Cockpen is a song by Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne (–), which she contributed anonymously to The Scottish Minstrel, a six-volume collection of traditional Scottish songs published from to Nairne probably wrote “The Laird o’ Cockpen” as a young woman, still living in her birthplace, the Auld Hoose in Gask, Perthshire.

Perhaps unsurprisingly given her family background and upbringing, the majority of Nairne’s more than eighty songs have Jacobitism as their backdrop, but not always so explicitly displayed as in “Charlie is my darling” or “Will ye no’ come back again?” for instance.

The Book of Scottish Song/The Laird o' Cockpen The Laird o' Cockpen. [ This popular humorous ditty is attributed to Miss Ferrier, the authoress of Marriage, The Inheritance, and Destiny, three novels of distinguished merit.

The two concluding verses are by another hand. The Laird Of Cockpen by Carolina Oliphant. laird o Cockpen hes proud an hes greatHis mind is taen up wi things o the State.

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The laird o' Cockpen, he's prood an' he's great, His mind is ta'en up wi' things o' the State; He wanted a wife, his braw hoose tae keep, But favour wi' wooin' wis fashious tae seek. Doon by the dyke-side a lady did dwell, At his table heid he thocht she'd look weel, McClish's ae daughter o' Claversha' Lee.

The Laird o' Cockpen. The laird o' Cockpen, he's proud an' he's great, His mind is ta'en up wi' things o' the State; He wanted a wife, his braw house to keep, But favour wi' wooin' was fashious to seek.

Down by the dyke-side a lady did dwell, At his table head he thought she'd look well, McClish's ae daughter o. The Laird O’Cockpen – A Painting By Watson Gordon Following her marriage to Major William Murray Naine she moved to Edinburgh becoming Lady Nairne. Whilst in Edinburgh she carried on writing her songs under a pseudonym as it was considered a “queer trade” for a titled Lady.A humoristic courted song written by Carolina Oliphant, (Lady Nairne ), on the scottish air "When she came ben she bobbed" - of seventeenth-century origin and already appeared with a winking text to an illicit liaison, revisited by Robert Burns in the "Scots Musical Museum" of Lady Nairne scrive nel circa la sua versione di "The Laird o' Cockpen" sull'arrogante Signorotto.