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Copec Union Catalogue list of Arthur Lloyd's songs with details of where they are held

 

TI- All through obliging a Lady. Comic Song, written [and] composed ... by
A. Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1882
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- American Beef. [Song, begins: "You see a poor fellow".]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1878
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- American drinks
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Maguire, H. C.
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn & Co.
PY- 1875
PD- 1score, 4 p : port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- American bar at the Cafe Riche
First line of chorus: A "stone fence" a "rattlesnake"
First line: The other night I'd been indulging
Other night I'd been indulging
Pictorial t.p. (col.): H.C. Maguire, lith
Pl. no., H. D. 763
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
Stone fence a rattlesnake
Words printed separately inside back cover
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Cocktail servers, Songs and music
KW- Cocktails, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- And that's why I've not got 'em on
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Banks, H. G.
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1891
PD- 1score, 5 p : col. port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: My wife is such a nervous thing
First line of chorus: That's her, that's my wife, that's the missis
My wife is such a nervous thing
Pictorial t.p. (col.): H.G. Banks, lith
Pl. no., H & C. 3233
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
That's her that's my wife that's the missis
Words printed separately on p. 5
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Wives, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- And that's why I've not got 'em on. [Song.] Written, composed ... by A.
Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1891
PD- 5p (fol)
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Arthur Lloyd's celebrated comic medley : introducing the burlesque drama
Alice again
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Sim, William
AU- Christy Minstrels
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1882
PD- 1score, 7p ; 36cm
DT- Music score
NT- 'Arranged by Willam Sim' - caption
First line: An aspirant I am for the theatrical fame
Pl. no., H & C. 2168
Price 3/-
Song for voice and piano
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Songs with piano
KW- Humorous songs
HL- Cambridge

TI- Arthur Lloyd's celebrated comic medley : introducing the burlesque drama
"Alice again" and the burlesque Christy Minstrel ballad "Mother blow my
little nose"
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Sim, William
AU- Christy Minstrels
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1882
PD- 1score, 7 p ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- Aspirant I am for theatrical fame
First line: An aspirant I am for theatrical fame
Pl. no., H & C. 2168
Song for voice and piano
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Actors, Songs and music
KW- Potpourris (Voice and piano)
HL- Oxford

TI- Arthur Lloyd's Cruel Mary Holder
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Bicknell, George
AU- Maguire, H. C.
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn & Co.
PY- 1866
PD- 1score, 4 p : col. port ; 34 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line of chorus: Cruel Mary Holder
First line: On a most unhappy man
Joey Molder and Mary Holder
On a most unhappy man
Pictorial t.p. (col.): H.C. Maguire, lith
Pl. no., H. D. 549
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately inside back cover
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Mate selection, Songs and music
KW- Courtship, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- Arthur Lloyd's great song Reflecting on the past
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Concanen, Siebe & Co
PU- London : The British and American publishing company
PY- 1866
PD- 1score, 5p ; 37cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: My story p'rhaps will cause surprise
First line of chorus: Reflecting on the past
Price 2/6
Song for voice and piano
Text printed separately on p. 5
NT- T.p. illustration: portrait of Arthur Lloyd by 'Concanen, Siebe & Co.'
KW- Lloyd, Arthur, 1840-1904, Portraits
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Songs with piano
HL- Cambridge

TI- Arthur Lloyd's Not for Joseph Polka. [Based on the song by A. Lloyd. P.
F.]
AU- Godfrey W
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn
PY- 1868
PD- 5p (fol)
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Arthur Lloyd's quadrilles [on his songs]. [P. F.]
AU- Lloyd Miss
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1865
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Arthur Lloyd's Song of songs
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Concanen, Lee & Siebe
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn
PY- 1865
PD- 1score, 5 p : col. port ; 33 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: I dreamt I dwelt in marble halls
I dreamt I dwelt in marble halls
Lyrics made up of single lines taken from other songs
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Concanen, Lee & Siebe, lith
Pl. no., H. D. 358
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
KW- Popular music - To 1901
HL- Oxford

TI- Arthur Lloyd's song of The Dutch clock man
AU- Hunt, G. W.
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Concanen & Siebe
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn & Co.
PY- 1873
PD- 1score, 4 p : port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- Dere liv'd a von Dooshman
First line: Dere liv'd a von Dooshman
Pictorial t.p.: Concanen & Siebe, lith
Pl. no., H. D. 379
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
There lived a von Dutchman
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Clock and watch makers, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- Arthur & Martha : comic song
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Packer, T.
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1882
PD- 1score, 5 p : port ; 33 cm
DT- Music score
NT- Arthur and Martha
First line of chorus: "Oh Martha", whispered Arthur
First line: They met at a fancy ball
Oh Martha whispered Arthur
Pictorial t.p.: T. Packer, lith
Pl. no., H & C. 2217
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
They met at a fancy ball
Words printed separately on p. 5
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Balls (Parties), Songs and music
KW- Courtship, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- Arthur & Martha. Comic Song, written [and] composed ... by A. Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1882
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- The Baby Show. Comic song [begins: "The other day"]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Beautiful Young Widow Brown. [Song, begins: "Some time ago"]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1865
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Bird Whistle Man. [Song, begins: "Ben Golia is my name".]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- The Bloated Young Aristocrat. [Song, begins: "The Hon'rable Sydney".]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Bob Baker. [Song, begins: "There once lived".] Written by G. W. Hunt
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- The brewer's daughter
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Bicknell, George
AU- Maguire, H. C.
PU- London : [H. D'Alcorn]
PY- 1875
PD- 1score, 4 p : col. port ; 35 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: Some years ago in Londing [sic] town
Pictorial t.p. (col.): H.C. Maguire, lith
Pl. no., H. D. 544
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Some years ago in Londing [sic] town
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately on loose sheet
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Fathers and daughters, Songs and music
KW- Brewers, Songs and music
KW- Breweries, Songs and music
KW- Suicide, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- Brown the tragedian : No matter!
AU- Hunt, G. W.
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Childs, Richard
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn & Co.
PY- 1870
PD- 1score, 4 p : col. port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- Caption title: Junius Brown the tragedian
First line: I am an actor who's seen better days
First line of chorus: I've been a bright star in my time
I am an actor who's seen better days
I've been a bright star in my time
No matter
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Rd. Childs, lith
Pl. no., H. D. 833
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately inside back cover
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Actors, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- Brown the Tragedian. [Song.] Written, composed & sung by A. Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn & Co
PY- 1880
PD- 4p (fol)
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- The Busy Bee, or which Bee Wright & which be wrong. [Song, begins:
"Behold a agen female".]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- But of course it's no business of mine : Arthur Lloyd's new song
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn
PY- 1865
PD- 1score, 4 p : col. port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- Caption title: Of course it's no business of mine
First line: Some people say I am curious
Pictorial t.p. (col.)
Pl. no., H. D. 384
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Some people say I am curious
Song for voice and piano
KW- Popular music - To 1901
HL- Oxford

TI- But of course it's no business of mine. Song [begins: "Some people say"]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1865
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Captain La-di-da-di-doo
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Sim, William
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1879
PD- 1score, 5 p : col. port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line of chorus: Ladida, ladidoo
First line: Perhaps you may have heard of Captain Ladidadidoo
Ladida ladidoo
Perhaps you may have heard of Captain Ladidadidoo
Pictorial t.p. (col.)
Pl. no., H & C. 2082
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately on p. 5
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Soldiers, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- Captain La-di-da-di-doo. [Song.] Written [and] composed ... by A. Lloyd.
(Arranged by W. Sim.)
AU- Lloyd Arthur
AU- Sim William
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1882
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Captain La-di-da-di-doo. [Song.] Written, composed and sung by A. Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1879
PD- 5p (fol)
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- The Circus Master. [Song, begins: "In a circus"]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Comic Medley ... Written & composed by A. Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
AU- Sim William
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1882
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Constantinople
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Bicknell, George
AU- Maguire, H. C.
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn & Co.
PY- 1870
PD- 1score, 4 p : col. port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- Caption title: Countess of Constantinople
C O N with a Con
First line: Kind friends your pity pray bestow
First line of chorus: C. O. N. with a Con
Kind friends your pity pray bestow
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Maguire, lith
Pl. no., H. D. 468
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
Verses printed separately inside back cover
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Countesses, Songs and music
KW- Courtship, Songs and music
KW- Deception, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- Constantinople. <The Countess from Constantinople.> [Song.] Written,
composed & sung by A. Lloyd. <Arranged by Geo. Bicknell.>
AU- Lloyd Arthur
AU- Bicknell George
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn
PY- 1870
PD- 4p (fol)
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- A cow and three acres : an agricultural lay
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Concanen, Alfred
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1885
PD- 1score, 5 p : col. ill ; 34 cm
DT- Music score
NT- And I've got three acres
First line: I'm only just a labourer
First line of chorus: And I've got three acres
I'm only just a labourer
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith
Pl. no., H & C. 2777
Song for voice and piano
Song refers to Joseph Chamberlain's "unauthorized programme" of 1885
Words printed separately on p. 5
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Politics, Songs and music
KW- Agricultural laborers, Songs and music
KW- Cows, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- Dada, or I shall call Dada. [Song, begins: "I am going to tell".]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Diddle diddle Dumpling ... [Song.] Written [and] composed ... by A.
Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1882
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Dirty Dicks & Matilda Hicks. [Song, begins: "In a certain street".]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Do ra mi fa
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Coborn, Charles
AU- Banks, H. G.
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1889
PD- 1score, 5 p : col. port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: I'm a teacher of music and singing as well
I'm a teacher of music and singing as well
Music master
Pictorial t.p. (col.): H.G. Banks, lith
Pl. no., H & C. 3046
Portrait on t.p.: Charles Coborn
Song for voice and piano
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Music teachers, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- Do ra mi fa. [Song.] Written & composed by A. Lloyd, etc
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1889
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Dobbs in Paris, or the Swiss Girl & her Guitar. [Song, begins: "Allow
me, dear friends".]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Don't ask me to give up Flo : comic song
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn & Co.
PY- 1873
PD- 1score, [5] p ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: I love a darling girl called Flora
I love a darling girl called Flora
Pl. no., H. D. 946
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately inside back cover
KW- Popular music - To 1901
HL- Oxford

TI- Don't ask me to give up Flo. [Song, begins: "I love a darling girl".]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Don't ask me to give up Flo. [Song.] Written [and] composed ... by A.
Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1882
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Dr. Gregory Bolus Squill : the quack doctor
AU- Pavitt, C. J.
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Maguire, H. C.
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn & Co.
PY- 1870
PD- 1score, 4 p : port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- Caption title: Doctor Gregory Bolus Squill
First line: My friends you see before you now the famous Doctor Squill
First line of chorus: For I'm Doctor Gregory Bolus Squill
For I'm Doctor Gregory Bolus Squill
My friends you see before you now the famous Doctor Squill
Pictorial t.p. (col.): H.C. Maguire, lith
Pl. no., H. D. 814
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Quack doctor
Song for voice and piano
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Quacks and quackery, Songs and music
KW- Physicians, Songs and music
KW- Patent medicines, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- Drink, and let's have another. [Song.] Written, composed ... by A. Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1891
PD- 5p (fol)
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Drink, and lets have another
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Banks, H. G.
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1891
PD- 1score, 5 p : col. ill ; 35 cm
DT- Music score
NT- Billy Tomkins, McNab, with Montgomery and Brown
Drink up boys
First line: Billy Tomkins, McNab, with Montgomery and Brown
First line of chorus: Drink up boys
Pictorial t.p. (col.): H.G. Banks, lith
Pl. no., H & C. 3231
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately on p. 5
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Drinking of alcoholic beverages, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- Et Cetera. Comic song [begins: "The sun was bright"]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1876
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- The Fireman's Dog, a legend of Wapping. [Song, begins: "The Wapping Fire
Brigade is smart".] Written by W. Burnot
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- For goodness sake don't say I told you ... Song [begins: "I'm going to
whisper"]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1878
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- The 'gallant 93rd'
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Spalding, W. [lithographer]
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1882
PD- 1score, 5p ; 36cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line of chorus: Oh, I like to be a soger
First line: Oh! I lov'd a bonny lass
Pl. no., H & C. 2154
Price 3/-
Song for voice and piano with chorus
The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders was formed by the union in 1881 of
the 91st (Argyllshire Highlanders) and the 93rd (Sutherland
Highlanders). The 91st became the 1st Battalion and the 93rd the 2nd
Battalion
Words printed as text - p. 5
NT- T.p. colour illustration: portrait of Arthur Lloyd dressed in a kilt by
'W. Spalding'
KW- Great Britain. Army. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Battalion, 2nd,
Songs and music
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Songs with piano
KW- Humorous songs
HL- Cambridge

TI- The "gallant 93rd"
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Bryan, Alfred
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1882
PD- 1score, 4 p : col. port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- Caption title: Gallant ninety-third
First line of chorus: Oh, I like to be a soger [sic]
First line: Oh! I lov'd a bonnie lass, but she didn't care for me
Oh, I like to be a soger [sic]
Oh, I like to be a soldier
Oh! I lov'd a bonnie lass, but she didn't care for me
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Bryan, lith
Pl. no., H & C. 2154
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately inside back cover
KW- Great Britain. Army. Sutherland Highlanders, Songs and music
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Soldiers - Scotland, Songs and music
KW- Scots, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- The gallant 93rd. [Song, begins: "Oh! I loved a bonny lass".]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1878
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- The "Gallant 93rd". [Song.] Written [and] composed ... by A. Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1882
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- The German band : Arthur Lloyd's great song
AU- Hunt, G. W.
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Maguire, H. C.
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn
PY- 1865
PD- 1score, 4 p : col. port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- Behold a poor deluded man
First line: Behold a poor deluded man
First line of chorus: I loved her and she might have been
I loved her and she might have been
Pictorial t.p. (col.): H.C. Maguire, lith
Pl. no., H. D. 440
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately inside back cover
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Musicians, Songs and music
KW- Love, Songs and music
KW- Brass bands, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- Going to the Derby, in my little Donkey Cart. [Song.] Written, composed
& sung by A. Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn & Co
PY- 1880
PD- 4p (fol)
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Good-bye John, or, The lass that loved a sailor : Arthur Lloyd's great
comic song
AU- Hunt, G. W.
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Childs, Richard
PU- London : J.W. Trayhearne
PY- 1868
PD- 1score, 5 p : col. port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: 'Twas on a Friday morning
Lass that loved a sailor
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Richd. Childs, lith
Pl. no., J. W. T. 142
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
Twas on a Friday morning
Words printed separately on p. 5
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Sailors, Songs and music
KW- Farewells, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- The Happiest Day of my life. Comic song [begins: "Congratulate me"]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1876
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Hush-a-bye. [Song.] Written, composed ... by A. Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : D'Alcorn & Co
PY- 1892
PD- 4p (fol)
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- I could'nt [sic]
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Banks, H. G.
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1887
PD- 1score, 5 p : col. port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: I went to see some dear old pals
First line of chorus: I couldn't
I couldn't
I went to see some dear old pals
Pictorial t.p. (col.): H.G. Banks, lith
Pl. no., H & C. 2865
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately on p. 5
KW- Popular music - To 1901
HL- Oxford

TI- I couldn't. [Song.] Written [and] composed ... by A. Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1887
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- I fancy I can see her now : a Lanchashire lay
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Maguire, H. C.
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn & Co.
PY- 1870
PD- 1score, 4 p : port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: I'm all the way frae Lancashire
First line of chorus: I fancy I can see her now
I'm all the way frae Lancashire
Pictorial t.p. (col.): H.C. Maguire, lith
Pl. no., H. D. 709
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately inside back cover
KW- Popular music - To 1901
HL- Oxford

TI- I'll place it in the hands of my solicitor
AU- Gilbert, Frederick
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Concanen, Alfred
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1887
PD- 1score, 5 p : col. port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line of chorus: I'll place it in the hands of my solicitor
First line: Whate'er I think of any man
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith
Pl. no., H & C. 2537
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
Whate'er I think of any man
Words printed separately on p. 5
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Lawyers, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- I'll strike you with a feather : great song
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Macdermott, G. H.
AU- Concanen, Alfred
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn
PY- 1876
PD- 1score, 5 p : col. port ; 33 cm
DT- Music score
NT- Au revoir ta ta
First line: I'll sing of Hildebrand Montrose
First line of chorus: Au revoir, ta ta
I'll sing of Hildebrand Montrose
I'll stab you with a rose
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith
Pl. no., H.D. 1228
Portrait on t.p.: G.H. Macdermott
Song for voice and piano
KW- Popular music - To 1901
HL- Oxford

TI- I'll strike you with a feather, or, I'll stab you with a rose : great
song
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Macdermott, G. H.
AU- Concanen, Alfred
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn
PY- 1876
PD- 1score, 5 p : col. port ; 33 cm
DT- Music score
NT- Au revoir ta ta
First line: I'll sing of Hildebrand Montrose
First line of chorus: Au revoir, ta ta
I'll sing of Hildebrand Montrose
I'll stab you with a rose
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith
Pl. no., H.D. 1228
Portrait on t.p.: G.H. Macdermott
Song for voice and piano
KW- Popular music - To 1901
HL- Oxford

TI- I'll strike you with a feather. [Song, begins: "I'll sing of Hildebrand
Montrose".] (Words by G. H. Macdermott.)
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1876
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- I shall tell my Mamma. [Song.] Written [and] composed ... by A. Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1882
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- I vowed that I never would leave her. [Song, begins: "Please to look".]
(Arranged by G. Bicknell.)
AU- Lloyd Arthur
AU- Bicknell George
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- I would I were Lord Mayor : [a city legend]
AU- Colenso
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Chéret, Jules
PU- London : Cramer & Co.
PY- 1866
PD- 1score, 4 p : col. ill ; 37 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line of chorus: O! I wish I was Lord Mayor
First line: O he was a limp young waiter
O he was a limp young waiter
O! I wish I was Lord Mayor
Pictorial t.p. (col.): J. Cheret, lith
Pl. no., 10,185
Song for voice and piano
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Unrequited love, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- I would I were Lord Mayor : [a city legend]
AU- Colenso
AU- Lloyd, Arthur [performer]
AU- Chéret, Jules
PU- London : Cramer & Co.
PY- 1866
PD- 1score, [5p]
DT- Music score
NT- 'As sung with rapturous applause by Arthur Lloyd' - t.p
First line of chorus: O I wish I were Lord Mayor
First line: O he was a limp young waiter
Pl. no., 10, 185
Price 3/-
Song for voice and piano
NT- T.p. colour illustration: of waiter head first in pot of mutton - broth
surrounded by miniature scenes from the song by ' J. Chéret'
KW- Songs with piano
KW- Humorous songs
HL- Cambridge

TI- Immenseikoff
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Maguire, H. C.
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn & Co.
PY- 1873
PD- 1score, 4 p : port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line of chorus: Immenseikoff
First line of original version: Ha! my dear friends, pray 'ow de do
First line of patrician version: Ha! my dear friends, pray how do you do
Ha my dear friends pray how do you do
Ha my dear friends pray 'ow de do
Pictorial t.p.: H.C. Maguire, lith
Pl. no., H. D. 673
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Shoreditch toff
Song for voice and piano
Words present for both original and patrician versions
Words to both versions printed separately inside back cover
KW- Popular music - To 1901
HL- Oxford

TI- Immenseikoff. [Song, begins: "Ha! my dear friends".]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Ipecacuanha, or, The doctor's daughter
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Thornton, W. W., songwriter
AU- Maguire, H. C.
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn
PY- 1873
PD- 1score, 4 p : col. port ; 33 cm
DT- Music score
NT- Doctor's daughter
First line of chorus: Ipecacu, Ipecacu, Ipecacuanha
First line: "Throw physic to the dogs" some say
Ipecacu Ipecacu Ipecacuanha
Pictorial t.p. (col.): H.C. Maguire, lith
Pl. no., H. D. 674
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
Throw physic to the dogs some say
Words printed separately inside back cover
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Women physicians, Songs and music
KW- Unrequited love, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- Ipecacuanha, or the Doctor's Daughter. [Song, begins: "Throw physic to
the dogs".] Written by W. W. Thornton
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- It makes me so awfully wild
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Childs, Richard
PU- London : Edwin Ashdown
PY- 1873
PD- 1score, 4 p : col. port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: I can scarcely converse with you calm and cool
First line of chorus: I really felt dreadfully riled ye know
I can scarcely converse with you calm and cool
I really felt dreadfully riled ye know
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Richard Childs, lith
Pl. no., A & P. 15,110
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately inside back cover
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Anger, Songs and music
KW- Courtship, Songs and music
KW- Deception, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- It makes me so awfully wild. [Song, begins: "I can scarcely converse"]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- It's a sort of thing we read about, but very seldom see. [Song, begins:
"I'm going to sing".]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1865
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- It's naughty, but it's nice : comic song
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- L'Enfant & White
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn & Co.
PY- 1870
PD- 1score, 4 p : port ; 34 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line of chorus: You cannot say it's wicked
First line: Of love at first sight you have heard
Of love at first sight you have heard
Pictorial t.p.: L'Enfant & White, lith
Pl. no., H. D. 838
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately inside back cover
You cannot say it's wicked
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Courtship, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- It's naughty, but it's nice. Comic song [begins: "Of love at first
sight"]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- It's wonderful how we do it, but we do. Song [begins: "Napoleon used to
say"]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1865
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Johnny go into the garden
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Concanen, Alfred
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1884
PD- 1score, 5 p ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line of chorus: Johnny go into the garden
First line: There's a young and charming widow
Pl. no., H & C. 2378
Price 4/-
Song for voice and piano with chorus
Words printed as text - p. 5
NT- T.p. colour illustration: a young child throwing a stone at a gentleman
in the street by 'Alfred Concanen'
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Songs with piano
KW- Humorous songs
HL- Cambridge

TI- Johnny go into the Garden ... Comic Song, written [and] composed ... by
A. Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1884
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Johnny go into the garden : great comic song
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Concanen, Alfred
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1884
PD- 1score, 5 p : col. port ; 37 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line of chorus: Johnny go into the garden
First line: There's a young and charming widow
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith
Pl. no., H & C. 2378
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
There's a young and charming widow
Words printed separately on p. 5
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Courtship, Songs and music
KW- Children, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- Just by the Angel at Islington. [Song, begins: "I'm a draper's
assistant".]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Just the thing for Frank
AU- Batchelder, James
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Maguire, H. C.
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn & Co.
PY- 1870
PD- 1score, 5 p : col. port ; 35 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line of chorus: A pretty little wife as a partner for life
First line: While walking out the other night
Pictorial t.p. (col.): H.C. Maguire, lith
Pl. no., H. D. 657
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Pretty little wife as a partner for life
Song for voice and piano
While walking out the other night
KW- Popular music - To 1901
HL- Oxford

TI- Just to shew there's no ill feeling. [Song, begins: "I'm obliging".]
(Written by A. Foster.)
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Ka-Foozle-Um : the great song
AU- Oxon, S.
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Paul, Howard
PU- London : Cramer & Co.
PY- 1865
PD- 1score, 4 p : col. ill ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: In ancient days there lived a Turk
First line of chorus: Oh! Ka-Foozle-Um
In ancient days there lived a Turk
Oh Ka-Foozle-Um
Pictorial t.p. (col.)
Pl. no., 9097
Song for voice and piano
Song is "sanitized" version of the story Kathuselam
KW- Popular music - To 1901
HL- Oxford

TI- Madame Tussaud's, or, Waxworks
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Reece, Robert
AU- Toole, J. L. [performer]
AU- Concanen, Alfred
PU- London : Howard & Co.
PY- 1881
PD- 1score, 5p ; 37cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line of chorus: Madame Tussaud's, Madame Tussaud's
First line: Oh! London's a wonderful kind of a city
Pl. no., H & Co. 1066
Price 4/-
Song for voice and piano
'Sung by Mr. J.L. Toole in the musical absurdity entitled 'Welsh
Rabbits'' - t.p
Words printed as text - p. 5
NT- T.p. illustration: portrait of 'Mr J.L. Toole', by 'Alfred Concanen'
KW- Toole, J. L., 1830-1906, Portraits
KW- Songs with piano
HL- Cambridge

TI- Madame Tussaud's, or, Waxworks
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Reece, Robert
AU- Toole, John Lawrence
AU- Concanen, Alfred
PU- London : Howard & Co.
PY- 1881
PD- 1score, 5 p : col. port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line of chorus: Madame Tussauds
First line: Oh! London's a wonderful kind of a city
Oh! London's a wonderful kind of a city
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith
Pl. no., H & Co. 1066
Portrait on t.p.: J.L. Toole
Song for voice and piano
Waxworks
Words printed separately on p. 5
KW- Madame Tussaud's, Songs and music
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Waxworks, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- Madame Tussaud's, or Waxworks. [Song, begins: "Oh! London's a wonderful
kind of a city".] Written by R. Reece
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1881
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Major de Voy. [Song, begins: "I'm Major de Voy".]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- The man at the Nore : a legend of the briny deep!
AU- London, J.
AU- Lloyd, Arthur [performer]
PU- London : Cramer & Co.
PY- 1866
PD- 1score, 5p ; 37cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line of chorus: Oh the jolly Nore
First line: Oh my father he kept the Eddystone light
Pl. no., 10111
Price 3/-
Song for voice and piano
NT- T.p. colour illustration: portrait of Arthur Lloyd, in character
KW- Lloyd, Arthur, 1840-1904, Portraits
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Songs with piano
KW- Sea songs
HL- Cambridge

TI- Married to a mermaid
AU- Watson, Michael
AU- A. J. C
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Thackeray, William Makepeace
AU- Banks, H. G.
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn
PY- 1866
PD- 1score, 4 p : col. ill ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- A.J.C. is perhaps a pseudonym of William M. Thackeray
First line of chorus: Singing rule Britannia
First line: Oh! 'twas on the deep Atlantic
Oh twas on the deep Atlantic
Pictorial t.p. (col.)
Pl. no., H. D. 540
Singing rule Britannia
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately inside back cover
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Mermaids, Songs and music
KW- Sailors, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- The massacre of the Macpherson : humerous highland legend
AU- Martin, Theodore, Sir
AU- Aytoun, William Edmondstoune
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
PU- London : Brewer & Co.
PY- 1864
PD- 1score, 4 p : col. ill ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- Fairshon swore a feud against the clan MacTavish
First line: Fairshon swore a feud against the clan MacTavish
First line of chorus: Tol de rol de rol
Pictorial t.p. (col.)
Song for voice and piano
"This song is taken frm the eighth editon of "Bon Gaultiers book of
ballads" (by W.E. Aytoun and Theodore Martin Esqrs.) with the special
permissiom of the publishers Messrs. William Blackwood & Sons"--t.p
Tol de rol de rol
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Clans - Scotland, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- The massacre of the Macpherson : humorous highland legend
AU- Gaultier, Bon
AU- Lloyd, Arthur [performer]
AU- Aytoun, William Edmondstoune
AU- Martin, Theodore, Sir
PU- London : Cramer & Co.
PY- 1860
PD- 1score, 5p ; 36cm
DT- Music score
NT- 'As sung by Arthur Lloyd, with rapturous applause' - t.p
First line: Fhairshon swore a feud
First line of chorus: Tol de rol de rol
Pl. no., 10,032
Price 2/6
Song for voice and piano
This song is taken from the eighth edition of 'Bon Gaultiers book of
ballads' (by W.E. Aytoun and Theodore Martin, Esqrs.) - t.p
Words printed as text - p. 5
NT- T.p. colour illustration: men in national Scottish dress
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Songs with piano
KW- Humorous songs
HL- Cambridge

TI- The Millingtary Band, or Clang clang his cymbals went. [Song, begins:
"I'm a going to tell".]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Mounseer Frenchy. [Song.] Written and composed by A. Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : D'Alcorn & Co
PY- 1892
PD- 4p (fol)
DT- Music
NT- The title at the head of p.2 is "Frenchy-enchy"
HL- British Library

TI- Mr. Liddle & Miss Riddle. Comic Song, written [and] composed ... by A.
Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1882
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Mrs. Mary Plucker Sparrowtail, or, Beautiful for ever
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
PU- London : D'Alcorn & Co.
PY- 1870
PD- 1score, 4 p ; 35 cm
DT- Music score
NT- Beautiful for ever
Caption title: Mary Plucker Sparrowtail
First line: I am called Widow Sparrowtail
First line of chorus: Ladies I pray take example by me
I am called Widow Sparrowtail
Ladies I pray take example by me
Pl. no., H. D. 689
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately inside back cover
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Beauty, Personal, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- My story it is true
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Concanen & Siebe
PU- London : J. Blockley
PY- 1865
PD- 1score, 4 p : port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: I'm going to sing to you a song
First line of chorus: Oh! my! my story it is true
I'm going to sing to you a song
Oh my my story it is true
Pictorial t.p.: Concanen & Siebe, lith
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately inside back cover
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Unrequited love, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- My wife's relations
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Packer, T.
PU- London : Edwin Ashdown
PY- 1876
PD- 1score, 4 p : port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: I've done what I've regretted since
First line of chorus: There's her uncle, and her brother
I've done what I've regretted since
Pictorial t.p.: T. Packer, lith
Pl. no., A & P. 13,925
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
There's her uncle and her brother
Words printed separately inside back cover
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Wives, Songs and music
KW- Families, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- My Wife's Relations. [Song, begins: "I've done what I've regretted
since".]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1876
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Not for Joseph : comic song
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Maguire, H. C.
ED- Original and authenticated edition
PU- Philadelphia : Lee & Walker
PY- 1868
PD- 1score, 5 p : col. port ; 32 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: Joseph Baxter is my name
First line of chorus: Not for Joe
Joseph Baxter is my name
Not for Joe
Pictorial t.p. (col.): [H.C. Maguire], lith
Pl. no., 9873
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Probabley American copy
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately on back cover
KW- Popular music - To 1901
HL- Oxford

TI- Not for Joseph : comic song
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Maguire, H. C.
ED- Original and authenticated edition
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn & Co.
PY- 1868
PD- 1score, 4 p : col. port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: Joseph Baxter is my name
First line of chorus: Not for Joe
Joseph Baxter is my name
Not for Joe
Pictorial t.p. (col.): H.C. Maguire, lith
Pl. no., H. D. 624
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately inside back cover
KW- Popular music - To 1901
HL- Oxford

TI- Not for Joseph. Comic song [begins: "Joseph Baxter is my name" ]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Not for Joseph. Quadrille. [Based on the song by Arthur Lloyd. P. F.]
AU- Marriott Charles Handel Rand
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn & Co
PY- 1870
PD- 11p (fol)
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Nursery rhymes
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn
PY- 1878
PD- 1score, 5 p ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: Pray hark to my nursery rhyming
Pl. no., H. D. 1277
Pray hark to my nursery rhyming
Song for voice and piano
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Nursery rhymes, Songs and music
KW- Limericks, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- Nursery Rhymes. [Song, begins: "Pray heark".]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1878
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Off to the Derby : Arthur Lloyd's celebrated song
AU- Wilson, W.
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Concanen, Alfred
PU- London : J. W. Trayhearne
PY- 1867
PD- 1score, 5 p : port ; 35 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: Now for Epsom tis the Derby
First line of chorus: Now for Epsom tis the Derby
Now for Epsom tis the Derby
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith
Pl. no., J.W.T. 129
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Derby (Horse race), Songs and music
KW- Horse racing, Songs and music
KW- Epsom Racecourse (England), Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- Oh you little Ducky. [Song.] Written [and] composed ... by A. Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1882
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- One more polka : comic song
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Concanen, Alfred
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1887
PD- 1score, 5 p : port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- Encore one polka
First line of chorus: Encore one polka
First line: When I was at a party
Pictorial t.p.: Alfred Concanen, lith
Pl. no., H & C. 2685
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
When I was at a party
Words printed separately on p. 5
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Dance parties, Songs and music
KW- Polka (Dance), Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- One more Polka. Comic Song, written [and] arranged ... by A. Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1887
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- The organ grinder : Arthur Lloyd's great song
AU- Hunt, G. W.
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Concanen, Lee & Siebe
PU- London : J. Campbell & Co.
PY- 1865
PD- 1score, 4 p : port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: You see before you a young man
Pictorial t.p.: Concanen, Lee & Siebe, lith
Pl. no., J.C & Co. 977
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately inside back cover
You see before you a young man
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Organ grinders, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- Pardonnez moi
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Concanen, Alfred
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1884
PD- 1score, 5 p : port ; 32 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: Me just come over here from France
First line of chorus: Pardonnez moi
Me just come over here from France
Pictorial t.p.: Alfred Concanen, lith
Pl. no., H & C. 2449
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately on p. 5
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- French - England, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- Pardonnez-moi. [Song.] Written [and] composed ... by A. Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1884
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- The piano organ man
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Concanen, Alfred
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1887
PD- 1score, 5 p : ill ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line of chorus: This Italian organ grinder won
First line: The girl I love has jilted me
Girl I love has jilted me
Pictorial t.p.: Alfred Concanen, lith
Pl. no., H & C. 2548
Song for voice and piano
This Italian organ grinder won
Words printed separately on p. 5
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Organ grinders, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- The Piano-Organ Man. [Song.] Written [and] composed ... by A. Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1887
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Pollee-Wollee-Hama : the jolly Japanese
AU- Lloyd, Arthur [performer]
AU- Packer, T. [lithographer]
PU- London : Cramer & Co.
PY- 1867
PD- 1score, 5p ; 37cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: Within that Eastern isle
Price 3/-
Song for voice and piano
NT- Decorative colour t.p. by 'T. Packer'
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Songs with piano
HL- Cambridge

TI- Pom-pom-pom. [Song.] Written composed ... by A. Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : D'Alcorn & Co
PY- 1892
PD- 4p (fol)
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- The postman : Arthur Lloyds great song
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Bicknell, George
AU- Maguire, H. C.
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn
PY- 1866
PD- 1score, 4 p : col. port ; 34 cm
DT- Music score
NT- Copy is cropped
First line: I sing of a girl called Lucy Gray
First line of chorus: Her heart it always went pit pat
Her heart it always went pit pat
I sing of a girl called Lucy Gray
Pictorial t.p. (col.): H.C. Maguire, lith
Pl. no., H. D. 485
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately inside back cover
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Letter carriers, Songs and music
KW- Courtship, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- Pretty lips, or, Neumy, neum, neum : Arthur Lloyd's great song
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Concanen, Alfred
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1882
PD- 1score, 5 p : port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: I am a bachelor, isn't it sad
First line of chorus: Pretty lips
I am a bachelor isn't it sad
Neumy neum neum
Pictorial t.p.: Alfred Concanen, lith
Pl. no., H & C. 2215
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately on p. 5
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Love, Songs and music
KW- Bachelors, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- Pretty Lips ... [Song.] Written [and] composed ... by A. Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1882
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Pretty little Mary, or Chuck! chuck! chuck! chuck!
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Maguire, H. C.
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn
PY- 1873
PD- 1score, 4 p : col. port ; 34 cm
DT- Music score
NT- Chuck chuck chuck chuck
First line of chorus: Chuck chuck chuck chuck chuck chuck chuck
First line: To Farmer Jones' I went down one lovely February
Pictorial t.p. (col.): H.C. Maguire, lith
Pl. no., H. D. 671
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
To Farmer Jones' I went down one lovely February
Words printed separately inside back cover
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Courtship, Songs and music
KW- Farms, Songs and music
KW- Chickens, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- Pretty Little Mary, or Chuck! chuck! chuck! chuck! [Song, begins: "To
Farmer Jones's".]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- The Putney bus
AU- Martini, Augustus
AU- Doré, Florian
AU- Lloyd, Arthur [performer]
AU- Concanen, Alfred
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1884
PD- 1score, 5 p ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: I was walking home from the city
First line of chorus: I went after, she sped along
Pl. no., H & Co. 2510
Price 4/-
Song for voice and piano with chorus
'Sung with immense success by Arthur Lloyd' - t.p
Words printed as text - p. 5
NT- T.p. colour illustration: a gentleman in a suit carrying an umbrella
chasing after a bus by 'Alfred Concanen'
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Songs with piano
KW- Humorous songs
HL- Cambridge

TI- The Putney bus : Arthur Lloyd's great song
AU- Martini, Augustus
AU- Doré, Florian
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Concanen, Alfred
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew.
PY- 1884
PD- 1score, 5 p : col. ill ; 37 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: I was walking home from the city
I was walking home from the city
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith
Pl. no., H & C. 2510
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately on p. 5
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Horse-drawn omnibuses, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- The railway porter : Arthur Lloyd's popular song
AU- Sloman, Charles
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Concanen, Alfred
PU- London : John Blockley
PY- 1868
PD- 1score, 4 p : col. ill ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: In times of locomotive power
First line of chorus: Ordered here and wanted there
In times of locomotive power
Ordered here and wanted there
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith
Song for voice and piano
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Porters, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- Reflecting on the Past. [Song, begins: "My story".] Written ... by a
Gentleman
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1866
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Rick ma tick
AU- R. H. N
AU- Lloyd, Arthur [performer]
PU- Ayr : Hamilton Nimmo
PY- 1871
PD- 1score, 5p ; 36cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: I'm no man that grumbles
Price 3/-
Song for voice and piano
KW- Songs with piano
KW- Humorous songs
HL- Cambridge

TI- Rick ma tick : Mr. Arthur Lloyd's new comic song
AU- Nimmo, Robert Hamilton
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
PU- Ayr : Hamilton Nimmo
PY- 1870
PD- 1score, 5 p ; 37 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: I'm no a man that grumils wi' the warld in which I leeve
First line of chorus: It's a lang, lang time since ever I was jolly
I'm no a man that grumils wi' the warld in which I leeve
I'm not a man that grumbles with the world in which I live
It's a lang, lang time since ever I was jolly
It's a long, long time since ever I was jolly
Song for voice and piano
KW- Popular music - To 1901
HL- Oxford

TI- The schoolmaster, or, A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y
Z
AU- Wellfare, Maurice
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
PU- London : Edwin Ashdown
PY- 1873
PD- 1score, 4 p : col. port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
And all day you can hear them say
Behold in me a pedagog who keeps a little school
First line: Behold in me a pedagog who keeps a little school
First line of chorus: And all day you can hear them say
Pictorial t.p. (col.)
Pl. no., A & P. 13,814
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately inside back cover
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Teachers, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- Second series of Arthur Lloyd's new and popular Comic Songs, etc
AU- Lloyd Arthur
SE- "D'Alcorn's Musical Miracles." ; no.15
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn
PY- 1878
PD- 24p (4)
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- She'd kept them all for me
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Rasmussen, A.
AU- Banks, H. G.
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1890
PD- 1score, 4 p : col. ill ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line of chorus: She'd kept them all for me
First line: The lady I have made my wife was once a sweet young miss
Lady I have made my wife was once a sweet young miss
Pictorial t.p. (col.): H.G. Banks, lith
Pl. no., H & C. 3104
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately inside back cover
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Marriage, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- She'd kept them all for me. [Song.] Written, composed ... by A. Lloyd.
<Arranged by A. Rasmussen.>
AU- Lloyd Arthur
AU- Rasmussen A
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1890
PD- 4p (fol)
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Signor Mac Stinger ... [Song.] Written [and] composed ... by A. Lloyd.
(Arranged by W. Sim.)
AU- Lloyd Arthur
AU- Sim William
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1882
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Silly Billy
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Childs, R. [lithographer]
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn
PY- 1876
PD- 1score, 5p ; 36cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line of chorus: Little Willie
First line: Oh, I am Billy Buntin'
Pl. no., H.D. 1111
Price 3/-
Song for voice and piano with chorus
Words printed as text - p. 5
NT- T.p. illustration: portrait of Arthur Lloyd by 'Rich. Childs'
KW- Lloyd, Arthur, 1840-1904, Portraits
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Songs with piano
KW- Humorous songs
HL- Cambridge

TI- Silly Billy
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Childs, Richard
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn
PY- 1876
PD- 1score, 4 p : port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line of chorus: Little Willie
First line: Oh, I am Billy Buntin'
Little Willie
Oh, I am Billy Buntin'
Pictorial t.p.: Richd. Childs, lith
Pl. no., H.D. 1111
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately inside back cover
KW- Popular music - To 1901
HL- Oxford

TI- Silly Billy. [Song, begins: "Oh! I am Billy Buntin"'.]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1876
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Some Lady's dropped her Chignon. [Song, begins: "In passing thro' the
Quadrant".]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Song of Songs
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1865
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Sophia-phia-phia
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1882
PD- 1score, 4 p ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line of chorus: Sophia-phia-phia
First line: There is a very pretty girl whom I admire
Pl. no., H & C. 2276
Song for voice and piano
Sophia phia phia
There is a very pretty girl whom I admire
Words printed separately inside back cover
KW- Popular music - To 1901
HL- Oxford

TI- Sophia phia! phia! [Song.] Written [and] composed ... by A. Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1882
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- St. George's and St. James, a new medley [begins: "I think that I've
tried" ]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Take a Tract. [Song.] Written composed ... by Lloyd, etc
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : D'Alcorn & Co
PY- 1892
PD- 4p (fol)
DT- Music
NT- The title at the head of p.2 is "Where are you going?"
HL- British Library

TI- Take it Bob
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Childs, Richard
PU- London : Edwin Ashdown
PY- 1880
PD- 1score, 4 p : col. port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: I'm a jolly old miller
First line of chorus: Take it Bob
I'm a jolly old miller
Pictorial t.p. (col.): R. Childs, lith
Pl. no., A & P. 13,969
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately inside back cover
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Drinking of alcoholic beverages, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- Take it Bob, etc
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Ashdown & Parry
PY- 1880
PD- fol
DT- Music
NT- A reissue of H.2625.(8.)
HL- British Library

TI- Take it Bob, (Song of the Mill,) written, composed & sung ... by Arthur
Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn & Co
PY- 1873
PD- 4p (fol)
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Take your time, don't hurry
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Banks, H. G.
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1891
PD- 1score, 5 p : col. ill ; 35 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line of chorus: Take your time, don't hurry
First line: We are told by some there's a good time to come
Pictorial t.p. (col.): H.G. Banks, lith
Pl. no., H & C. 3230
Song for voice and piano
We are told by some there's a good time to come
Words printed separately on p. 5
KW- Popular music - To 1901
HL- Oxford

TI- Take your Time, don't hurry. [Song.] Written, composed ... by A. Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1891
PD- 5p (fol)
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Takes the cake : comic song
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Packer, T.
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1887
PD- 1score, 5 p : col. port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: The subject of the song for which I've taken up my pen
Pictorial t.p. (col.): T. Packer, lith
Pl. no., H & C. 2776
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
Subject of the song for which I've taken up my pen
Words printed separately on p. 5
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Topical songs
HL- Oxford

TI- Takes the Cake. Comic Song, written [and] composed ... by A. Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1887
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Third series of 25 Arthur Lloyd's new & popular Comic Songs ...
arranged for the German Concertina by J. A. Wade
AU- Wade James August
AU- Lloyd Arthur
SE- "D'Alcorn's Musical Miracles." ; no. 11
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn & Co
PY- 1876
PD- 12p (8)
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Thomas's Sewing Machine. [Song, begins: "You all have heard".]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Three acres and a cow : an agricultural lay
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Concanen, Alfred
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1887
PD- 1score, 5 p : col. ill ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- And I've got three acres
Caption title: Cow and three acres
First line: I'm only just a labourer
First line of chorus: And I've got three acres
I'm only just a labourer
Pictorial t.p. (col.): , lith
Pl. no., H & C. 2777
Portrait on t.p.: Alfred Concanen
Song also published under the title "A cow and three acres"
Song for voice and piano
Song refers to Joseph Chamberlain's "unauthorized programme" of 1885
Words printed separately on p. 5
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Politics, Songs and music
KW- Agricultural laborers, Songs and music
KW- Cows, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- Three Acres and a Cow. An Agricultural Lay, written [and] composed ...
by A. Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1887
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- The Tichborne Case, a comic medley [begins: "There's a great case" ]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Tipperary rose : parody on I'll strike you with a feather
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Burnot, George
AU- Roberts, Arthur [performer]
AU- Spalding, W. [lithographer]
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn
PY- 1878
PD- 1score, 5p ; 37cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line of chorus: Hold your jaw! Shut up!
First line: She lives in Charles Street, Drury Lane
Pl. no., H.D. 1253
Price 3/-
Song for voice and piano
NT- T.p. colour illustration: portrait of Arthur Roberts by W. Spalding
KW- Roberts, Arthur, 1852-1933, Portraits
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Songs with piano
HL- Cambridge

TI- Tipperary Rose : parody on "I'll strike you with a feather"
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Burnot, Walter
AU- Roberts, Arthur
AU- Spalding, William
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn
PY- 1878
PD- 1score, 5 p : col. port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line of chorus: Hold your jaw! shut up
First line: She lives in Charles Street, Drury Lane
Hold your jaw! shut up!
Pictorial t.p. (col.): W. Spalding, lith
Pl. no., H. D. 1253
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Roberts
She lives in Charles Street, Drury Lane
Song for voice and piano
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Parodies
HL- Oxford

TI- Tipperary Rose. [Song, begins: "She lives in Charles Street".] (Words by
W. Burnet.)
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1878
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Tooralooralooral Lee. [Song, begins: "Oh! I'm a fool".]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Twelve Arthur Lloyd's new & popular comic Songs, etc. <First series.>
AU- Lloyd Arthur
SE- "D'Alcorn's Musical Miracles." ; no.4
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn & Co
PY- 1878
PD- 24p (4)
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- The twin brothers
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Childs, R. [lithographer]
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn
PY- 1876
PD- 1score, 5p ; 36cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: My brother and myself are twins
First line of chorus: What a bother
Pl. no., H.D. 1112
Price 3/-
Song for voice and piano with chorus
Words printed as text - p. 5
NT- T.p. illustration: portrait of Arthur Lloyd by 'Rich. Childs'
KW- Lloyd, Arthur, 1840-1904, Portraits
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Songs with piano
KW- Humorous songs
HL- Cambridge

TI- The twin brothers
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Childs, Richard
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn
PY- 1876
PD- 1score, 4 p : port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: My brother and myself are twins, so like each other too
First line of chorus: What a bother
My brother and myself are twins, so like each other too
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Richd. Childs, lith
Pl. no., H.D. 1112
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
What a bother
Words printed separately inside back cover
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Twins, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- The Twin Brothers. [Song, begins: "My brother and myself".]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1876
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- The Upper Ten and Lower Five ... Duet [begins: "I have no coppers" ]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Ups and Downs. [Song, begins: "Experience of ups and downs".]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- 8
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- The Vulgar Family. [Song.] Written composed ... by A. Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : D'Alcorn & Co
PY- 1892
PD- 4p (fol)
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- War Medley. [Song, begins: "There was once a pious king".]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1873
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- What everything's made of. [Song, begins: "I'll tell you".]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1878
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- When I prove false to thee. Comic Song, written [and] composed ... by A.
Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1882
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Where are you? There you are!
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Concanen, Alfred
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1887
PD- 1score, 5 p : port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: I'm a straight forward man, I can smoke, and I can
First line of chorus: Where are ye in such a case eh
I'm a straight forward man, I can smoke, and I can
Pictorial t.p.: Alfred Concanen, lith
Pl. no., H & C. 2660
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
Where are ye in such a case eh
Words printed separately on p. 5
KW- Popular music - To 1901
HL- Oxford

TI- Where are you? There you are! [Song.] Written [and] composed ... by A.
Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1887
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Who'll shut the Door? Comic trio. [Song.] Written and composed by A.
Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Francis, Day & Hunter
PY- 1892
PD- 4p (fol)
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- Ye blighted barber, or, Fee fi fo fum
AU- Coote, Robert
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Green, Frank W.
AU- Concanen & Siebe
PU- London : H. D'Alcorn
PY- 1873
PD- 1score, 4 p : col. ill ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- Fee fi fo fum
First line of chorus: This is not a comedy
First line: There lived once not long ago
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Concanen & Siebe, lith
Pl. no., H. D. 462
Song for voice and piano
There lived once not long ago
This is not a comedy
Words printed separately inside back cover
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Barbers, Songs and music
KW- Jealousy, Songs and music
KW- Suicide, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- You are you know, you know you are
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Sturroch, J.
AU- Bryan, Alfred
AU- Spalding, William
AU- Packer, T.
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1884
PD- 1score, 5 p : col. port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: I'm such a stupid donkey, that
First line of chorus: You are you know
I'm such a stupid donkey, that
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Bryan, T. Packer and William Spalding,
lith
Pl. no., H & C. 2417
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately on p. 5
You are you know
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Bashfulness, Songs and music
KW- Courtship, Songs and music
HL- Oxford

TI- You are you know you know you are
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Sturroch, J.
AU- Spalding, W. [lithographer]
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1884
PD- 1score, 5 p ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: I'm such stupid donkey
First line of chorus: You are you know, you know you are
Pl. no., H & C. 2417
Price 4/-
Song for voice and piano with chorus
Words printed as text - p. 5
NT- T.p. colour illustration: portrait of Arthur Lloyd in a suit by 'Wm,
Spalding'
KW- Lloyd, Arthur, 1840-1904, Portraits
KW- Popular music - To 1901
KW- Songs with piano
KW- Humorous songs
HL- Cambridge

TI- You are you know, you know you are. [Song.] Written by J. Sturroch, etc
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1884
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- You know
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
AU- Banks, H. G.
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1887
PD- 1score, 5 p : col. port ; 36 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line: Now the style of the song I've been singing for years
Now the style of the song I've been singing for years
Pictorial t.p. (col.): H.G. Banks, lith
Pl. no., H & C. 2864
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd
Song for voice and piano
Words printed separately on p. 5
KW- Popular music - To 1901
HL- Oxford

TI- You know. [Song.] Written [and] composed ... by A. Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1887
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- You may look, but you musn't touch. [Song, begins: "When I was a boy".]
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London
PY- 1878
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- You may look but you mustn't touch
AU- Lloyd, Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1882
PD- 1score, 4 p ; 37 cm
DT- Music score
NT- First line of chorus: You may look but you mustn't touch
First line: When I was a boy, a mischievous elf
Pl. no., H & C. 2153
Song for voice and piano
When I was a boy, a mischievous elf
Words printed separately inside back cover
KW- Popular music - To 1901
HL- Oxford

TI- You may look, but you mustn't touch. [Song.] Written [and] composed ...
by A. Lloyd
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : Hopwood & Crew
PY- 1882
PD- fol
DT- Music
HL- British Library

TI- You naughty Boy. [Song.] Written composed ... by A. Lloyd, etc
AU- Lloyd Arthur
PU- London : D'Alcorn & Co
PY- 1892
PD- 4p (fol)
DT- Music
NT- The title at the head of p.2 is "The Naughty Boy"
HL- British Library