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If not heavily printed on broadsides this song was at least widely printed in the nineteenth century. The earliest c appears to be a seven-stanza version printed by John Pitts of Seven Dials, later re-issued by Henry Disley, one of his successors. A similar six-stanza version was printed by one of Pitts' contemporaries, Jennings of Fleet Street. Lacking any sort of chorus these three versions carried the title The Servant of Rosemary Lane.
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Then a version by Belfast Poet's Box under the title The Lass that Loved a Sailor appeared in the late nineteenth century, and though no chorus is apparent it has for its penultimate line 'And the ash, and the oak, and the bonny willow tree'. This version must have been influenced by one which had the 'Oak and ash' chorus.
As far as broadside versions go the full chorus did not appear until very late in the nineteenth century on a broadside printed by Sanderson of Edinburgh. In this version the oak and the ash are accompanied by 'the birken birch tree'.
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This third tree seems to vary a lot from version to version in later oral tradition. It is quite significant that in the broadside versions 'Rosemary Lane' mentioned in the first line is totally consistent even if it varies somewhat in later oral tradition as Arthur Wood's version demonstrates.
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