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Person: JIM'S WIFE  [pseudonym of JACKSON, Mrs Clement Nugent  (1858-1935)]

Biographical summary of this person
Name
JIM'S WIFE
Alternative name
pseudonym of JACKSON, Mrs Clement Nugent  (1858-1935)
Relevance of this person
author of poems used with slide sets
Main period of activity
N/A
Texts linked to this person
Compilations (3)

‘Jim's Wife’, The Gordon League ballads (London: Skeffington & Son, 1897)

‘Jim's Wife’, The Gordon League ballads: dramatic stories in verse. Series II (London: Skeffington & Son, 1903)

‘Jim's Wife’, More Gordon League ballads (London: Skeffington & Son, 1911)


Poems (23)

‘Jim's Wife’, ‘Beachy Head’ in Gordon League ballads II (1903)

‘Jim's Wife’, ‘The big arm chair’ in Gordon League ballads (1897)

‘Jim's Wife’, ‘A day too late’ in Gordon League ballads (1897)

‘Jim's Wife’, ‘The doctor's fee’ in Gordon League ballads (1897)

‘Jim's Wife’, ‘The end of Mullins’ in Gordon League ballads II (1903)

‘Jim's Wife’, ‘Grannie Pettinger’ in Gordon League ballads II (1903)

‘Jim's Wife’, Harry (n.d.)

‘Jim's Wife’, ‘His luck’ in Gordon League ballads (1897)

‘Jim's Wife’, ‘How Harry won his wife’ in Gordon League ballads (1897)

‘Jim's Wife’, How Harry won the Victoria Cross (n.d.)

‘Jim's Wife’, ‘In Flower Alley’ in several compilations

‘Jim's Wife’, ‘James Peglar’ in several compilations

‘Jim's Wife’, ‘Lissy: or, the Guild of Poor Things’ in Gordon League ballads (1897)

‘Jim's Wife’, ‘Lost’ in several compilations

‘Jim's Wife’, ‘Me and Jim: or, our first quarrel’ in Gordon League ballads (1897)

‘Jim's Wife’, ‘Mother’ in Gordon League ballads (1897)

‘Jim's Wife’, ‘Out of work’ in several compilations

‘Jim's Wife’, ‘A sad trade’ in several compilations

‘Jim's Wife’, ‘Sally: or, how Charlie Dunn's innocence was established’ in Gordon League ballads (1897)

‘Jim's Wife’, ‘A soldier's son’ in Gordon League ballads II (1903)

‘Jim's Wife’, ‘The story of a crime’ in Gordon League ballads (1897)

‘Jim's Wife’, ‘That fellow Jones: a ballad for Christmas’ in several compilations

‘Jim's Wife’, ‘Timothy Crab’ in Gordon League ballads (1897)


Service of song (1)

‘Jim's Wife’ (arr. John Burnham), Timothy Crab: or, fighting the drink fiend (London: A. Weekes & Co., West London Auxiliary Sunday School Union, John Burnham and Sunday School Union, n.d.)

Lucerna ID  6001409

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 22 August 2008

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