Ballad praising the Trough Volunteers led by Colonel Leslie of Castle Galsslough, and his family. Trough (in Monaghan, Ulster, Ireland)
12 stanza ballad, praising the 84 volunteers under brave Colonel Leslie, and his Lady and "young Charless." Describes a festal day at Castle Glasslough. Considers the House of Bourbon the enemy.
- Between 1778 and 1780
Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Use
Spencer Library staff may determine use restrictions dependent on the physical condition of manuscript materials.
1 folder (1 leaf) : Collation: 2p (1 piece). Material: Paper, trimmed on long sides. Watermark: English arms (resembles Heawood coat-of-arms 447, thought to be ca. 1780). Countermark: HRJ [or IRJ, etc.]. Not identified. ; 37.5 cm x 25.6 cm
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Faulkner Grierson, 1975
- Guide to the Ballad about the Irish Volunteers.
- Ballad praising the Trough Volunteers led by Colonel Leslie of Castle Galsslough, and his family. Trough (in Monaghan, Ulster, Ireland).
- Finding aid prepared by alh, 1985; revised by ksc, 2006. Finding aid encoded by skt, 2006.
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Finding aid written in<language encodinganalog="language">English.</language>
- Finding aid permalink
- Preferred citation
Ballad about the Irish Volunteers, Department of Special Collections, MS Q11:9, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas Libraries