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

Basic biographical summary of this person
Full name JIM'S WIFE
Alternative namepseudonym of JACKSON, Mrs Clement Nugent  (1858-1935)
Relevance of this personauthor of poems used with slide sets 
Main period of activityN/A
Texts linked to this personCompilations (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)


Services of song (1)

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

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