Edward "Ned" Corvan (c. 1830 – 1865) was a Tyneside concert hall song writer and performer, and a contemporary of George "Geordie" Ridley. His songs were printed in a modified English orthography designed to represent the traditional dialect of Tyneside in the middle of the 19th century, and are examples of Dialect Literature.

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  • Edward "Ned" Corvan (c. 1830 – 1865) was a Tyneside concert hall song writer and performer, and a contemporary of George "Geordie" Ridley. His songs were printed in a modified English orthography designed to represent the traditional dialect of Tyneside in the middle of the 19th century, and are examples of Dialect Literature. (en)
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  • 1830-1-1
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  • Edward "Ned" Corvan (c. 1830 – 1865) was a Tyneside concert hall song writer and performer, and a contemporary of George "Geordie" Ridley. His songs were printed in a modified English orthography designed to represent the traditional dialect of Tyneside in the middle of the 19th century, and are examples of Dialect Literature. (en)
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