This is "Port an Bhra/thar" or "The Monk's Jig" or, as recorded
by Kevin Burke on "Promenade", "The Reverend Brother's Jig".
It's in CRE I, no. 21, from Sea/n Potts, pipes - not the Sea/n (O/g)
Potts of the present day, but Sea/n Potts (1871-1956), friend of
Breanda/n Breathnach, father of Tommy Potts, the fiddler.
Breathnach's note in CRE I says:
"Sea/n Potts called this 'Did you see my man looking for me?'.
O'Neill has a jig of that name and a verse of a song that goes with
it and this verse does not at all fit the jig I have (O'N iii [Waifs and
I've never heard the name "Lady Ann McGregory" - in fact, I don't
think I've heard "McGregory" as a surname at all; "MacGregor",
yes, "Gregory", yes, but "McGregory" sounds made up (apologies
to any McGregorys on the list).
Anyway, here's the CRE setting. I think most people nowadays
would play the second part more like what Lorna and Rick posted.
T:Port an Bhra/thar
T:The Monk's Jig
T:The Reverend Brother's Jig
B:Breathnach, CRE I, no. 21
S:Sea/n Potts, pipes
e/d/|cAA c2 e|dcd e2 e|AAA c2 e|dcA A2 G|
EAA c2 e|dcd e2 a|aba ged|cAA A2:|:(3B/^c/d/|
eaa aba|gef ged|eaa aaa|gef g3|
eaa a2 a|aba ged|ced e2 d|cAA A2:|