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CONDITION REPORTS : (**) Detailed condition reports for all lots are available upon direct request to the Saleroom Source for notated version: - the 1823–26 music mss of papermaker and musician Joshua Gibbons (1778–1871, of Tealby, near Market Rasen, Lincolnshire Wolds) [Sumner]; the c. 1800–1802 music manuscript collection of ship's fiddler William Litten, who was with the British East India fleet—the ms. was brought to Martha's Vineyard, Mass., by a member of the Coffin family, who was perhaps a shipmate [Huntington]. Fairburn's edition of the play is entitled The Devil among the Tailors, it includes an account of the event. [3] Today in London theatrical history, 1805: tailors offended at anti-tailor play riot, Haymarket Theatre” by Past Tense, at: https://pasttenseblog.wordpress.com/tag/theatre/ In the rare example where a two-life turn produces two draws, house rules apply but it is suggested that the next turn simply carries on in the standard two-life fashion.

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from Leicestershire. Top right is an example of Northants Skittles ready for play, courtesy of Paul

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So effectively did the Life Guards do their work that it was likened to a skittle ball ploughing through the skittles. Thereafter, the game of Table Skittles, or Bar Skittles, was often called "Devil Among The Tailors" De’il Amang The Tailors, De’il Amang The Taylors, The De’il Amang The Taylors, De’il Among Da Tailors, De’il Among The Tailors, The De’il Among The Tailors, De’il Among The Taylors, The De’il Among The Taylors, De’il Amongst The Tailor, De’il Amongst The Tailors, De’ll Amang The Tailors, Deil Among The Tailors, The Devil Among The Tailors, Devil Among The Taylors, The Devil Among The Taylors, The Devil Amongst The Tailors, Le Rêve Du Diable, Reel Du Diable. There are 67 recordings ARTISTS RE-SALE RIGHT. Buyers of the re-sold art of living artists will be charged the royalty where applicable. Currently this is 4% on any item sold at 1000 Euros or over, diminishing about 50,000 Euros. VAT is not applicable. Further details can be obtained from our office.

Devil Among the Tailors (1) (The) - Traditional Tune Archive Devil Among the Tailors (1) (The) - Traditional Tune Archive

The game can be seen in a pub setting in the Beatles film A Hard Day's Night at the 1 hour 4 minute mark. Ringo goes AWOL from a gig and ends up annoying people playing various pub games. It is also featured in the Malcolm in the Middle episode "Therapy," in which Dewey exhibits a surprising talent for the game. News from Dezeen Events Guide, a listings guide covering the leading design-related events taking place around the world. Plus occasional updates. Dezeen Awards ChinaOur rules are comprehensive instructions for friendly play. If in doubt, always abide by locally-played or house rules. DEVIL/DIVEL/DE'IL AMONG THE TAYLORS/TAILORS [1]. AKA and see " Devil's Dream (1)" (New). Scottish, English, Irish, Canadian, Scotland, American; Reel. Canada, Prince Edward Island. England, Northumberland. A Major (most versions): A Mixlydian (Petrie, Ross): D Major (Huntington). Standard tuning (fiddle). AB (Balmoral, Hardie, Honeyman, Hunter, Johnson, Kerr, Petrie, Ross, Skinner, Surenne): ABB' (MacDonald, Emmerson): AABB (Bain, Cole, Huntington, Kennedy, Lowe, Raven, Sumner): ABCB (Skye). A popular tune throughout the present and former English commonweatlh and colonies. It was performed on the concert stage as part of a set romantically entitled "Spey's Fury's" by J. Scott Skinner in 1921. "De'il Among the Tailors" is the name of a skittles game—a kind of tabletop pub game—although the game may well have taken its title from the popularity of the fiddle tune. The title appears in Henry Robson's list of popular Northumbrian song and dance tunes, which he published c. 1800. David Johnson (1983), whose version is from Macgoun's Five fashionable Reels (c. 1800), states the tune was written c. 1790. The melody appears as an untitled hornpipe in the music manuscript copybook of John Burks, dated 1821. Unforunately, nothing is known of Burks, although he may have been from the north of England. Bayard collected a version resembling the "Devil's Dream" forms of the tune from a source raised on Prince Edward Island, Canada (Bayard, 1981; Appendix No. 2B, pg. 572). See also "Devil's Dream" for another PEI collected version. In America the tune is almost invariably known by the "Devil's Dream" title (although Ira Ford had it as " Devil Among the Tailors (2) (The)," presumably collected from Missouri fiddlers--see note for that version for more on American sources), while in the British Isles it usually appears under the title in the heading above. Emmerson (1971) suggests the melody can be identified as belonging to a class of melodies with phrases based on a quarter note followed by two eighth notes; tunes in this class also include " Largo's Fairy Dance," " Rachel Rae," and " Wind that Shakes the Barley (The)." News about our Dezeen Awards programme, including entry deadlines and announcements. Plus occasional updates. Dezeen Events Guide This is one of the most popular Scottish country dances. It has been in the top ten most frequent dances appearing on dance programmes, for decades. The American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC) was invited to collaborate with Wallpaper*, aberrant architecture and Benchmark, bringing together the very best of materials, innovative design and craftsmanship. American ash and walnut and American maple and cherry are the principal materials of two pub tables named 'Devil Amongst The Tailors' designed by aberrant architecture and made by Benchmark.

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Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction for purposes of consumer legislation. Pastimes of the English people". From his text, believed to have been first published in 1801, comes However, it is not likely that the riot gave a name to the game. Joseph Strutt describes the game in his book “Sports and Pastimes of the English people”, published in 1801 (four year prior to the riot), and gives its name as “Devil among the tailors”. The De'il amang the tailors a Scottish fiddle tune, a reel played for the dance of the same name and also for the Eightsome Reel. The final piece of evidence discovered so far is from the famous book by Joseph Strutt - "Sports andyears ago when I first moved into Corby, and no doubt it was there well before then. It's been cared East Bristol Auctions Ltd carries on business with bidders, buyers and all those present in the auction room and online prior to or in connection with a sale on the following General Conditions and on such other terms, conditions and notices as may be referred to herein. consider Hood Skittles to be one of the most enjoyable English pub games around so it would be well The game involves nine small skittles arranged in a 3 × 3 square, usually on a raised plinth within a shallow open-topped wooden tray, about 2 x 2½ feet in size, sitting on a table-top. A cribbage board often forms part of the tray and is used for keeping score. [1]

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Twas a very dark afternoon, and by the end of the sermon all you could see of the inside of the church were the pa'son's two candles alongside of him in the pulpit, and his spaking face behind 'em. The sermon being ended at last, the pa'son gi'ed out the Evening Hymn. But no quire set about sounding up the tune, and the people began to turn their heads to learn the reason why, and then Levi Limpet, a boy who sat in the gallery, nudged Timothy and Nicholas, and said, "Begin! Begin!" "Hey? what?" says Nicholas, starting up; and the church being so dark and his head so muddled he thought he was at the party they had played at all the night before, and away he went, bow and fiddle, at "The Devil among the Tailors," the favourite jig of the neighborhood at that time. The rest of the band, being in the same state of mind and nothing doubting, followed their leader with all their strength, according to custom. They poured out that there tune till the lower bass notes of "The Devil among the Tailors" made the cobwebs in the roof shiver like ghosts; then Nicholas, seeing nobody moved, shouted out as he scraped (in his usual commanding way at dances when the folks didn't know the figures), "Top couples cross hands! And when I make the fiddle squeak at the end every man kiss his partner under the mistletoe!" Our most popular newsletter, formerly known as Dezeen Weekly. Sent every Thursday and featuring a selection of the best reader comments and most talked-about stories. Plus occasional updates on Dezeen’s services and breaking news. Dezeen Agenda Tradition 2118, Jim MacLeod & His Band – "Scottish Dances: Jigs, Waltzes and Reels" (1979). Topic 12TS280, J. Scott Skinner - "The Strathspey King."Valued Added Tax on the hammer price is imposed by law on all items affixed with an asterisk. Value Added Tax is charged at the appropriate rate prevailing by law at the date of sale and is payable by buyers of relevant Lots. (Please refer to ‘Information for Buyers’ for a brief explanation of the VAT position) News about our Dezeen Awards China programme, including entry deadlines and announcements. Plus occasional updates. Ian Robertson's Tea Dance, Sunday 13th November 2022, 2.30 till 5.30 pm at Wendover Memorial Hall, Wendover HP22 6HF Skittles or Nine Pins as played on an alley is still one of the most popular pub games and is the ancestor of a number of games including ten-pin bowling. However, it does take up a lot of space and so it's no surprise that miniaturised versions of the pastime eventually started to appear.

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