The Oxford Dictionary of Nursery Rhymes

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An Index of Notable Figures ASSOCIATED WITH THE INVENTION, DIFFUSION, OR ILLUSTRATION OF NURSERY RHYMES
Absolon, John, 108, 302, 343
Adams, Thomas, 383
Ady, Thomas, 125, 357
'Affable Hawk', see MacCarthy, Sir Desmond
Agricola, Johannes, 6, 358
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 221
Anderson, Alexander, ? illustrator, The Only True Mother Goose Melodies (c. 1843)
Arne, Thomas, 68
Ashmole, Elias, 481, 525
Attlee, Clement, 380
Aubrey, John, esp. 28; 22, 98, 111, 359, 428; also referred to, 439
Auden, W. H., 430
Baldwin, R, part-publisher, The Top Book of All (c. 1760), esp. 30, reproductions, 297, plate II
Ballantyne, James, 205
Ballantyne, R. M. ('Comus'), 205, 302
Bangs, Edward, 529
Baring-Gould, Rev. Sabine, editor, Book of Nursery Songs ( 1895); also, 23, 75, 92, 130, 164, 213, 265, 358, 359, 498, 510
Barton, Bernard, 259; also referred to, 58, 289, 296, 355, 493
Beard, John, 364
Beaumont, Francis, 21, 389, 471; also referred to, 295
Bede, 6, 315
Bedford, Francis D., illustrator, A Book of Nursery Rhymes (c. 1890)
Bell, John, 20, 23, 104, 108, 113, 184, 190, 200
Bellamy, Daniel, 445
Bennett, Charles H., Old Nurse's Book of Rhymes, Jingles, and Ditties ( 1858), reproduction, 123; also, 213
Beuler, Jacob, 4, 180-1
Bewick, John, 272
Bewick, Thomas, illustrator, Gammer Gurton's Garland of Nursery Songs (c. 1814); ? Tommy Thumb's Song Book ( 1814); also, 155, 272, 273
Bickerstaffe, Isaac, 22, 363
Blanchard, E. L., 56, 174, 273, 519
Boswell, James, 278; also referred to, 29, 335
Bremner, Robert, 190
Brome, Richard, 21, 307; also referred to, 349
Brontë, Emily, 310
Brooke, L. Leslie, illustrator, The Nursery Rhyme Book ( 1897), esp. plate XXIII; Nursery Rhymes ( 1916); Ring o' Roses ( 1922); also, 108, 130, 317, 336, 352, 382, 414
Brown, Dr. John, 244, 397
Brown, Richard, 21, 79, 411
Brown, Thomas, 4, 199
Browne, Gordon, illustrator, National Rhymes of the Nursery, ( 1895); also 54
Buchan, Peter, 23, 64, 90, 128, 143, 285, 440, 481; also referred to, 462
Buck, Sir Percy, editor, Oxford Nursery Song Book ( 1933)
Buffam, K. G., illustrator, Mother Goose in Silhouettes ( 1912)
Burls, Jane, 353
Burns, James, publisher, Nursery Rhymes, Tales, and Jingles ( 1844)
Burns, Robert, 2, 23, 89, 157, 160, 190, 282, 333, 362, 499, 503-4; also referred to, 70, 92, 102, 134, 363, 417, 426,
Butler, Charles, 94, 95
Byron, Lord, 154, 279
Caldecott, Randolph, 73, 77, 191, 213, 241, 273, 333, 428, 472, 509; plates III, XI, XXIII
Cammaerts, Professor Emile, 2
Canning, George, 427; also referred to, 57
Carey, Henry, esp, 29; also, 76, 116, 229, 274, 278, 319, 324, 325, 382; also referred to, 300
Carlyle, Thomas, 199, 299, 416-17

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface to the Second Edition v
  • Nursery Rhyme Books Since 1951 vi
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgements xii
  • Contents xvii
  • List of Illustrations xix
  • Abbreviations xxvi
  • Introduction 1
  • The Singing Tradition of Nursery Rhymes 44
  • Nursery Rhymes 53
  • An Index of Notable Figures Associated with the Invention, Diffusion, or Illustration of Nursery Rhymes 535
  • Index of First Lines 543
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