“James and Flora (Flora and Jim, The United Lovers)”
Flora asks James to leave sailing. He won't. She breaks a ring and gives half to him. She dresses as a sailor and follows him until he is discharged. She tells the captain the story. The captain gives them gold to get married.
- cf. "Disguised Sailor (The Sailor's Misfortune and Happy Marriage; The Old Miser)" [Laws N6] (plot)
- Bodleian, Firth c.12(254), "James and Flora," H. Such (London), 1849-1862; also Harding B 11(3887), "James and Flora"; Firth b.26(446), "James and Flora" or "The United Lovers"; 2806 c.15(60)[some illegible words], Firth c.12(256), "James and Flora United"
- Murray, Mu23-y2:048, "James and Flora" unknown (Glasgow), 19C
- Peacock, pp. 190-191, "Flora and Jim" (1 text, 1 tune)
- Roud #1701
- BI, Pea190