Source of tune
Tune has been transcribed from "All in good time"(Patrick St)
It’s certinaly a variant of "Within a Mile of Dublin". I have a Patrick Street album just called "The Best of Patrick Street" and there is a set: Frank Quinn’s/Lad O’Beirne’s/Murphy’s
Murphy’s is infact Quinn’s reel: https://thesession.org/tunes/154
So it would start with Frank Quinn’s, Lad O’Beirnes and finish off with the other Quinn’s.
I wonder was this a mistake. Was Frank Quinn’s what they meant to call the last tune? And Murphy’s the first? I don’t know but it has me thinking.
There is another tune called Brian Quinn’s on Micheal O Raghaillaigh’s album "The Nervous Man" which is different altogether and then there’s granny quinn’s….
Miss Fahey’s Fancy = Frank Quinn’s
Just to tidy this up: O’Neill (1903) published this tune entitled as "Miss Fahey’s Fancy". The fiddler Frank Quinn (1893-1964) of Greagh, Drumlish, Co. Longford recorded it in January 1930 entitled "Mary’s Favourite" and it follows O’Neill’s version closely.