Examples: Prince; Princeton University; Ken Follett; Follett,Ken
1shortlisttitle datasearch history  
results search [or] ISN:0000000083672793 | 1 hits
Person
ISNI: 
0000 0000 8367 2793
Name: 
Bayley, Thomas Haynes
Bayly, Nathaniel Thomas Haynes
Bayly, T. H.
Bayly, T. Haynes
Bayly, Thomas
Bayly, Thomas Haynes
Bayly, Thos. Haynes
Haynes Bayly, Nathaniel Thomas
Haynes Bayly, Thomas
Q in the corner
T. H. Bayly
Dates: 
1797-1839
Creation class: 
cre
Language material
Musical sound recording
Notated music
Text
Creation role: 
author
lyricist
performer
Related names: 
Adam, Andrew
Gates, James
Gates, Jas.
Knight, Joseph Philip (1812-1887)
Lee, Alexander (1802-1851)
Lee, George Alexander (1802-1851)
Loder, Edward J. (1813-1865)
Loder, Edward James (1813-1865)
Portugal. Conservatório Nacional. Escola de Música
Schweinfest, George approximately (1862-1949)
Waylett, Mrs fl. 18--
Whitaker, John (1776-1847)
Wrangham, Francis (1769-1842)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Titles: 
Aylmers, The
Baladas
Barrack room. a musical burletta in two acts
[Civil War envelope showing a soldier waving goodbye to people on a porch with message "Soldier's farewell" and verses from a song]
Comfortable service an entirely original farce in one act
Daughter; a drama in one act
Divertimento for the piano-forte : Hark the convent bells are ringing : from Bayly's Mel.
Fifty lyrical ballads.
Flowers of loveliness. -
Forty and fifty a farce in one act
Gaily the troubadour touch'd his guitar
Grecian daugther, The : a ballad : sung with the most rapturous applause by Miss Shirrell at her northern concerts
I'd be a butterfly!
In happier hours, 183-?
Je pars demain! il faut quitter Marie
Kate Leslie [a novel]
Liberty for me : as sung by Mrs. Keeley in the popular operetta of Why don't she marry
Listen! dear Fanny.
Long, long ago!
loves of the butterflies., The
Musings and prosings:
Oh! ask me not to be your bride.
old bachelor, The
Psychæ.
rose that all are praising, 183-?, The
Rough sketches of Bath ; Epistles from Bath ; Parliamentary letters ; The dandies of the present ; The tribute of a friend ; Small talk ; Mournful recollections ; Erin ; Outlines of Edinburgh
She wore wreath of roses : a ballad as sung by Mrs. Wood
Sigh not for summer flowers. - [circa 1825]
Songs, ballads, and other poems
turn to thee in time of need, I
We met! : ballad from The songs of the boudoir : sung by Miss Paton
Weeds of witchery. -
What shall be my theme
Notes: 
Sources: 
VIAF DNB LC NTA PTBNP WKP
TEL