COME SIT THEE DOWN PRICE ONE PENNY This very fine song is now, at the urgent request of many of the Poet's friends, added to his unequallea col- lection. Its suggestive language is grand—nay, even sub- lime—and the amount of poetic talent and high genius highest rank.bear can the subject, is in the Poet's of the brought to It on only be had undoubtedly Box, Air.—Something or Nothing Come sit thee down, my bonny, bonny love Come sit thee down by me, love, And I will tell thee many a tale Of the dangers of the sea, Of the perils of the deep, love, Where the angry tempests roar ; And the raging billows wildly dash Upon the groaning shore. And the raging billows wildly dash Upon sit thee down, my bonny, bonny love, Come the groaning shore. Come sit thee down by me, love. And I will tell thee many a tale Of the dangers of the sea. The skies are flaming, red, my love, And darkly are flaming red, love ; skies rolls the monntain wave, And rears its monstrons head ; While skies and ocean blending, And bitter howls the blast, And the daring tar, 'twist life and death, Clings to the shatter'd mast! And the daring tar, 'twixt life and death, Clings to the shatter'd mast! Come sit thee down, my bonny, bonny love, Come sit thee down by me, love, And I will tell thee many a tale Of the dangers of the sea. LIST OF NEWEST SONGS. Happy-go-Lucky The Scolding Wife Camlachie Militia Jack-a-Tar Rattling Blades of Lanca- The Wonderful Man shire The Red, Red Rose Long Barney The Widow's Wonders Kate Kearney with the Sil- Mew Year ver Eve I wonder who's to be my The Irish Jaunting Car Wife West End Park I wonder who's to be my Glasgow Courtship Man Bane Kale The Charge of our Brave The Mason's Word Highlandmen Charley Napier Creep before you Gang I n e v e r takes more than my Paddy and the Butter Whack A Bailie in his Cups The Russian Host The Blackest of Black- Bonny Walks of Glasgow smiths Green Whack for the Emerald Isle Whisky in the Jar The Dairy Maids of Hun- The Gill Stoup dred Acre Hill Cold Kale Eastef Snow Mister Peter Paterson Anne M'Ghee Bonny Nelly Brown The Lost Child Lilly Dale The Glenhead Tragedy Forbes M'Keuzie And a great host of other Durran's Ass New Songs Glasgow—Printed at the Poet's Box, the Grand Tem- ple of the Muse, the boast and pride of Millions, the at- traction of Nations, and the luminary of the whole World, No. 6 St. Andrew's Lane, off Gallowgate, first Street from the Cross, Right hand side. Saturday, January 27th, 1855.