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I N D E X

OF THE SONGS.

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A VOYAp'E o'er seas had not enter'd my head I

~**~ A clerk I was in.L.ondon gay — 3

An effort so pleafing 'what swain can refuse 8

And canj l thou le aye-thy Nancy — — II

Alas! ho-w chang'd the face of things — 14.

AitJtie my sweet Jiero, my heart's dearest treasure -16

jis thro' the grove, the other day — — 2J"

Arise, my ros, nymph of May. — — 26

At the found cf the horn — — 32

As do'un on. B anna's banks I stray'd — 40

Anxsake, my loiur! infsnites av.ake — 42

All men we mere children, all ,lucmen the fame 44.

A teylor there ivas, and he livd in a garret 50'

As you mean to set fail for the land of delight 52

And did you not hear if a jolly young waterman , 53

A master I. have, aid I am his man — 54

At the fign of the. Horse, old Sp/atext of course 76'

As tinkering Stem.the streets his trade did cry , 121'

Again Britanniafmile ±— 132 About twenty years ago, Ally Croaker made *

great noise — «— — 140

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/ -jc kiss'd and I ve prattled -with fifty fair maid's 11 J

If life s a rough journey, as moralists tell 138

Iflove s a sweet pa.,jion, how can it torment 164

I fail d in the good ship the Kitty — 173

In train whining lovers th.'ir Cupid shall prize 1;6

I travers'd Judah s ba. ren sand — . 187

In vain do p.efs strive tofng 194.

I!l Jing you a song, faith I m finging it now 206

rm told by the wife ones a maid I shall die 208

I m a hearty good fellow — — 222

In infancy, our hopes and ffars — — 228

// vi as summer, io softly the breezes were blowing 229

Infancy let nature delight — — 250

In the choice of a h. stand us widows are nice 2j3

If life is a bubble, and breaks -with a blast 265

Jejj'amin sweetens the low'r — — 287

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Let -virtue sooths tfre hoary sage 4 J

Lord what ca. e I far mam or dad — 59

Let schools about happiness warmly dispute I7&

Let not ragi tby hoiom sting — — 183

Like my dear swain, no youth you' d fee — 184

Love s a gentle, geifrous pafjion — 223

Lovely rymph, ajjuage my anguish —' 252

Let fame found the trumpet, and cry to the war 262

Loose ev ry fail to the breeze —' 264

Look out, brother sportsmen, the morning is clear 268

Let me, gentle pilgrim, entreat you comply 279,

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'My temples with clusters of grapes I'll entwine 82

My daddy O was very good — 38.

My Jenny and I have loil'd — 68

Ma chere Amie, my chat ming fair — 83.

Mott cœur, adieu, ynung Lubitt diet — 84

My bears s-soft emotions admit no disguise — 9°

My Nancy leaves the rural train 97

My banks are all fnrnifid with bees , ,— '4s

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