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Last update: May 2013

Included in these pages is material acquired since publication, also corrections to the original edition.

Acknowledgements are due to Tony Barker for additional material. 

ARTISTES' REPERTOIRES - P, Q
PALLISER, BERTHE Missouri River, The
PALMER, KATE
fl. c1870  Umbrella Belle, The
PALMER, MINNIE Jessie The Belle Of The School
Mary And John
PALMERSTON, MINNIE  d. 1 Nov 1904
PAREPA, Mme My Love And I
Paradise Of Love, The

Tender Memories

Why Dost Thou Linger Yet?
PARNON, WALTER Gladstone, He's A Brick
PARRY, JOHN ORLANDO 3 Jan 1810 - 20 Feb 1879
PARSONS, PHIL 1877-1954
PARSONS, TOM 1814-75
PASCO  d. 17 Oct 1902
PASTOR, TONY Electric Light, The
Fifth Avenue George
Funniest Thing In The World, The

Piper-Heidsieck
PATEY, JANET MONACH
Needles And Pins
Song From Heaven, A

PATTERSON, JOHNNY


c1845-1889
Orig. a trapezist k.a. Signor Montibelli
Bridget Donohooe
Dan Murphy's Dad
Do Your Best For One Another
I Met Her In The Garden Where The Praties Grow
Stone Outside, The
'Twas A Beautiful Twig Of The Shannon

PATTI, CARLOTTA Come Where You Will I've A Welcome For Thee
Where The Bee Sucks
PATTI, ADELINA Adelina
Casta Diva

To The American Ladies

Treasured Hopes
PAUL, HOWARD lover of LETTY LIND, by whom s. Horace Howard Paul/Lind b.1880
Cavalier, The
Gay Zouave, The

On The Promenade

Style Of Things, The

Uncle Sam

When George The Third Was King
PAUL, Mrs HOWARD nee Hill; orig k.a. Isabelle Featherstone
Dream Of The Reveller, The
Isabella
Molly Doolan
Old Maid, The
Red Petticoat, The
Starlight Nell
PAVER, CHARLES  d. May 1905 A + L&C
Drink With Me Boys (I've Got The Rhino)
We All Went Together
PAYNE, C.  It's Doubtful, Very Doubtful
PAYNE, DOROTHY fl c1913
My Heart Is With You Always
PAYNE, GILBERT 1877-1951
All The Best

Bingle's Bungle sk.

Checked Again! sk.?

You Can't Get Away From The Fact
PEACHAM, POLLY
 
b.1873.  Still alive 1950s. niece of BESSIE BELLWOOD
Pros Coachman, The

PEARL, ARTHUR

It Comes Quite Natural
It Was A Long Way Off

Whistling Wife, The
PEDLEY, LOTTA  Vivandiere, The
PEERCE, JAN  1904-84
When You And I Were Young Maggie
PELHAM, PAUL
Bachelor's Club, The
On The Course
Tragedian, The

PELISSIER, H. G.

 

all w. THE FOLLIES
Antiques (w. Ethel Allandale)
Back To The Land
In The Springtime
It Isn't Love - It's Bacchus
Pleasant Countryside, The (w. Allandale)
Return To The Simple Life
There's A Sun Still Shining In The Sky
Tiddle-Y-Pom
What A Funny World We Live In
What A Happy Land Is England
What A Very Great Improvement It Would Be

PEMBERTON, T. E. 1849-1905
PEMBERTON, WILLIAM 1843-81
PENLEY, WILLIAM SYDNEY  1853-1912
PENLEY, FLO m. GEORGE ENGLISH
I Would Do It
Love's Romance
Mother Says I Mustn't
Way I've Got, A
PENLEY, WILLIAM SYDNEY 
1853-1912
PENROSE, CHARLES 

other pseuds: Charlie Happy and Jolliboy. BillIe WHITLOCK should be Billy WHITLOCK.
Laughing PC Brown Of Camden Town

PERCY, HARRY 1824-75
PERCY, SISTERS  Oh, Mammy Deah!
PERRY, ALBERT  A + L&C Message From Mars (May?), A 1901
PHELPS, Miss Ever Of Thee
Queen Of The Sea, The
PHILIPS, JESSIE Marm Jinks
Nineteenth Century Girl
Somebody's Father
PHILLIPS, Mrs F R
It Makes A Man Look Like A Fool
When You Take It Easy

PHILLIPS, G.  McSorley's Twins
Susana McManus
PHILLIPS, HARRIETT  1848-73 (nee Kate Hornby) 
PHILLIPS, HARRY Down Among The Dead Men
PICCOLOMINI, MARIETTA Ah! Happy Flowers
Sound Of Harps Angelical, The
Still In My Dreams Thou'rt Near
PINK, WAL In The Mansion Over The Way
Repairers, The
PLASS, LOVEDEN Mary Llewellyn
PLAYFAIR, ARTHUR
1869-1918
PLEASANTS, JACK Boss Of The House
I Said `Hooray'
PLEON, HARRY All Dotty
Fusee Liars, The
Johnny Wouldn't Give Me A Taster
My Pianist
Oh, Margherine
Simple Person
PLEON, PERCY
1869-1900
PLEON, TOM 1861-92
Tyrolese Wanderer
PLUMPTON, JOSEPH Home! Sweet Home!
My Pretty Jane

Tell Me Mary How To Woo Thee
POLLARD, FRED Ah, How She Loves Me
I Saved Him or I'm Sorry That I Interfered
Morritt's Missing Man
Tommy Atkins
POLUSKI BROTHERS
Article and repertoire in Music Hall Studies Number 10.
See www.musichallstudies.co.uk

Jennie's The Girl
POMPON, ROSE

Best Place, The
He Couldn't Manage It
Never Mind
We Don't Care

POOLE, ELLEN

1846-95

POOLE, ELIZA Cavalier, The
Ellen And Patrick
He Said He Would Come Back To Me
POOLE, FLORA d. 1 Jan 1896 (Sisters Poole)
POPLAR, FRED 1868-1952
Arabella
Oh, Molly
Waiting For My Wife
PORT, ARTHUR  They're All In Mourning
POWELL, ELDRED see Entracte 5 Aug 1882 at Royal Victor(ia?)
All In His Sunday Clothes
POWER, ALMA Red Red Rose, The
POWER, NELLIE
Look At Me Well
PRESCANO, RITA  People's Prince, The
Regimental Band, The
PRESTON, JESSIE
Remember Me To Mother Dear
PRESTON, TIM  1873-99
PRESTON, WILL* By The Light Of The Silvery Moon
PRICE, DENHAM Songs Of The Sea (by Roger Quilter)
PRICE, GEORGIE 
1900-64 
By The Light Of The Silvery Moon
PRIDE, HARRY  Cinderella's Dream (see L&C for an H. Pride)
PRINCE, GEORGE I Think I'll Live There Next Week
PRINCE, JESSIE  1867-1903
PRINGLE, RALPH  Hillier's Great Song Of The Blues
PRITCHARD, EMILY Lily, Sweet Lily or To Church On A Motor Car
PRITCHARD, GEORGE Isn't It Wonderful?
PRYDE, PEGGY b. 19 July 1869; d. 17 May 1943 Sydney, Australia.
dr. of JENNY HILL and Jean Pasta (John Woodley)
m. (1) Joseph Michael Schah (div.1892) (2) George Sinclair Hamilton (d.1899) (3) George Pearson.  Two unconfirmed sources also give Will Armstrong and Maurice de Frece (d.1915) as husbands.  Article and repertoire in Music Hall Studies Number Eleven. See www.musichallstudies.co.uk
Chimes Across The Snow (w. Rose DEARING)
Dear Old Ned
He's A Champion
Little Grace
Little Vagabond Boy, The
Oh, Elizabeth
Really
That For The Man

Tut, Tut, Dear Me
PRYOR, ARTHUR Oh, Where Is My Wandering Boy Tonight?
PULLAN, FRED A.  Oh! The Music
PYNE, LOUISA Eily Mavourneen

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