Another slip jig that doesn’t just sound like someone needed three extra notes in a normal jig.
This is from the William Winter collection, and in my copy I’ve written “Barney Brallaghan” next to the title. That looks to be the same tune, usually played in D.
Another from Chris Green’s Musick Meeting. It’s good to find a slip jig that doesn’t just sound like someone added three notes to every bar of a regular jig (yes, Roger de Coverley, I’m looking at you).
There is also a hornpipe by the name of “Mad Moll of the Cheshire Hunts”, maybe they were the same person.