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Jacobite Reliques

Hogg's Jacobite Reliques is a collection of Jacobite protest songs compiled by James Hogg on commission from the Highland Society of London in 1817. A number of the songs were written or adapted by Robert Burns and scholars speculate as to how many of them were authored or at least substantially altered by Hogg himself. Several of the songs included gained new popularity in the 20th century through performances by The Corries, Steeleye Span and Eddi Reader – most notably Ye Jacobites (#34), Cam Ye O'er Frae France (#53) and Parcel o' Rogues (#36). Reliques was first published in 1819. An edited version was published as The Jacobite Relics of Scotland in 2002 (volume I ISBN 0-7486-1592-X; volume II ISBN 0-7486-1591-1). The full original book, now out of copyright, can be found on Google Books and is available for downloading as a pdf file

The numbered songs (with music)

  • 1 - The King shall enjoy his own again
  • 2 - The Haughs of Cromdale
  • 3 - Lesley's March to Scotland
  • 4 - Lesley's March to Longmaston Moor
  • 5 - The Restoration
  • 6 - The Royal Oak Tree
  • 7 - Tree of Friendship
  • 8 - The Drowning of Care
  • 9 - Hey, then, up go we
  • 10 - You're welcome, Whigs, from Bothwell Brigs
  • 11 - Cakes o' Crowdy
  • 12 - There cam' a Fiddler out o' Fife
  • 13 - Ne'er to return
  • 14 - King William's March
  • 15 - It was a' for our rightfu' King
  • 16 - Three good Fellows ayont you Glen
  • 17 - The Battle of Killicrankie
  • 18 - Prælium Gilliecrankianum
  • 19 - Killicrankie
  • 20 - The Devil o'er Stirling
  • 21 - Willie the Wag
  • 22 - The Cameronian Cat
  • 23 - Come, an the King come
  • 24 - Willie Winkie's Testament
  • 25 - The Act of Succession
  • 26 - Would you know what a Whig is
  • 27 - When the King comes o'er the Water
  • 28 - Freedom's Farewell
  • 29 - Come, fill your Bowls
  • 30 - The King shall enjoy his own
  • 31 - Here's a Health to them that's away
  • 32 - Over the Seas and far awa
  • 33 - I hae nae Kith, I hae nae Kin
  • 34 - Ye Jacobites by Name (Roud 5517)
  • 35 - My Love he was a Highland Lad
  • 36 - Such a Parcel of Rogues in a Nation
  • 37 - This is no my ain House
  • 38 - There'll never be Peace till Jamie comes hame
  • 39 - The Awkward Squad
  • 40 - The Union
  • 41 - The Thistle and the Rose
  • 42 - Queen Anne; or, The Auld Gray Mare
  • 43 - Bishop Burnet's Descent into Hell
  • 44 - A wicked old Peer
  • 45 - Sarum's Dirge
  • 46 - Awa, Whigs awa
  • 47 - The Broad Swords of Scotland
  • 48 - There was a Man came from the Moon
  • 49 - At Auchindown
  • 50 - The Riding Mare
  • 51 - The wee wee German Lairdie
  • 52 - The Ringing o't
  • 53 - Come ye o'er frae France
  • 54 - Let our great James come over
  • 55 - The Sow's Tail to Geordie
  • 56 - Plain Truth
  • 57 - The Pilfering Brood
  • 58 - Kirn-milk Geordie
  • 59 - Come, let us drink a Health, Boys
  • 60 - Donald Macgillavry
  • 61 - Jamie, the Rover
  • 62 - The Curses
  • 63 - Perfidious Britain
  • 64 - The Thistle of Scotland
  • 65 - Frae the Friend, and Land I love
  • 66 - Here's to the King, Sir
  • 67 - The Cuckoo
  • 68 - The Rebellious Crew
  • 69 - My Laddie
  • 70 - Geordie Whelps' Testament
  • 71 - O, royal James
  • 72 - The auld Stuarts back again
  • 73 - Down among the Dead Men
  • 74 - Robin John Clark
  • 75 - Both Sides the Tweed
  • 76 - The Fifth of November
  • 77 - The Bonny Moorhen
  • 78 - The Waes o' Scotland
  • 79 - Lochmaben Gate
  • 80 - Hame, Hame, Hame
  • 81 - Our ain Country
  • 82 - Marilla
  • 83 - A South-Sea Ballad
  • 84 - O, beautiful Britannia
  • 85 - Nobody can deny
  • 86 - James, come kiss me now
  • 87 - What Murrain now has ta'en the Whigs
  • 88 - True Blue
  • 89 - Will ye go to Sheriffmuir (Aikendrum) (Roud 2571)
  • 90 - The Chevalier's Muster-Roll

Jacobite songs listed in the appendix (without music)

  • A Tory in a Whig's Coat
  • John Hielandman's Visit to the Quarter Session
  • Albany
  • The Cannons now are at a Stand
  • The Removal of the Parliament from London to Oxford
  • Donald Cowper
  • Information
  • The Present State of England
  • Titus Telltroth
  • Ignoramus
  • The Man of Fashion
  • The Loyal Health
  • A Narrative of the old Plot; being a new Song
  • Jack Presbyter's Wish
  • The Pot-Companions
  • The Protestant Flail
  • The Royal Litany
  • The Loyal Conqast
  • Whig upon Whig
  • Eustace Comines, the Irish Evidence, his Farewell to England
  • Dagon's Fall
  • Lament for the Apprehending of Sir Thomas Armstrong
  • Pluto, the Prince of Darkness, &c
  • The Whigs exposed
  • An excellent new Song, &c
  • The Royal Admiral
  • The Happy Return of the Old Dutch Miller
  • There's none so happy as we
  • Patience Ward
  • Hail to the Prince of the Plot
  • Honest Redcoat
  • The Western Rebel
  • The Loyal Irishman
  • The Plot is rent and torn
  • A new Litany
  • The Constitution restored in 1711

Whig songs listed in the appendix (without music)

Hogg states that he believed that these were all of English origin

  • Fifth of November
  • Song on the Thirtieth of January 1696
  • A Health
  • King William's Birth-Day
  • Haste over, Hanover, fast as you can over
  • Loyalty displayed, &c
  • The French King's Thanks and Advice, &c
  • The Age of Wonders
  • Tantivy Tory
  • Nothing but Truth
  • God prosper long this freeborn Isle
  • The Truth at last
  • If now at last we must give up Spain
  • George at last shall war the Crown
  • The Merchant a-la-Mode
  • A Litany
  • Hey, Boys, up go we
  • The First Psalm
  • Advice to Britons
  • The High-Church Alarm
  • The Raree Show
  • Raree Show
  • First of August
  • First of August
  • First of August
  • First of August
  • No Popery here shall thrive
  • Tories' Lamentation
  • Vile Tricksters and Greggsters
  • Advice to the Tories
  • King George's Birth-Day
  • Now, now is come the glorious Year
  • Brunswick Mum
  • That Protestants with Protestants
  • On his Majesty's Coronation
  • Here's a Health to the King
  • No more the Danger of the Church
  • Rue and Tyme
  • On the Breaking out of the Rebellion
  • The High-Church shall never make Perkin a King
  • The Pretender's Army

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