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Above FOURTEEN HUNDRED

OF THE MOST CELEBRATED
ENGLISH, SCOTCH, and IRISH SONGS,

IN WHICH ARE INCLUDED
All the Favourite New Songs sung at the Theatres ROYAL, VAUXHALL,

RANELAGH, and POLITE CONCERTS,
In the LAST SEASON.

The THIRD EDITION.

Music the fiercelt grief can charm,
And fate's feverest rage disarm ;
Music can soften pain to eale,
And make despair and madness please ;
Our joys below it can improve
And antedate the bliss above. POPE.

CAN TERBURY,
PRINTED AND SOLD BY SIMMONS AND KIRKBY,
AND S. JOHNSON, NO. 72, ST. PAUL'S CHURCH-YARD, LONDON

MDCCLXXXV.

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199 A bumper of good liquor 352 Alt natore looks gay

265 A busy huin ble bee am I

296 All on the pleasant banks of tweed A choir of bright beauties in spring did appeat 186 All you who would wish to fucceed with a lafs 203 A curfe arrends that woman's love

95 A mafter I have and I am bis man A dawn of hope my soul revives 31 Amidst my admirers when Damon appears

65 Adieu ! the verdant lawne and bowers 295 Amphitryon and his bride, a godlike pair 317 Adieu thou lovely youth 42 And are you sure the news is true

74 Adieu ye groves, adieu ye plains 152 And canst thou leave thy Nancy

313 Adieu jo Atreams that smoothly Aow

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you not hear of a jolly yourg waterinan 384 Advise your friend, grave man of art 180 And has the then fail'd in her faith

234 A few years ago in the days of my grannam 216 Angelic fair, beneath yon pine

133 A fond father's blits is to number his race 380 Arise, sweet messenger of morn

267 Ageir, Britarnia, smile

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A sailor's voice, tho coarse can raise Again in rustig weeds array'd 70 As Amoret and Phillis fat

263 Again the balmy zephyr blows

263 As archers and fidlers who conningly know 70 Ab! bright Belinda, hither fly

181 As Bacchus and Mars once together wete fitting 318 Ah! Celia, why affe& disdain 406 As bringing home the other day

135 AR! Chlee, thou treasure, thou joy of my breast 189 Asburns the charger when he heats

305 Ah! Chloris, could I now búe fit 199 As Celia in her garden Aray'a

199 Ab! cruel mait, buw haft thou changid 214 As Celia to the covert stray'a' All dear Marcella, maid divine

164 As Chloe came into the room t'other day Ah! bappy hours, how fleeting 166 As Damon fare within the grove

265 Ah! seek not to know what place detains 44 As Vapbne fát beneath a fhade Ah! foltode, take my direfs 41 As Delia, bleft with every grace

309 Ah! Strepburts what ean mean the joy 43 As Dian and her hunting train

307 Ah! sure a pair was never seen

As down on Banna's banks ! Itray'd 264 Ah! tell me, why thould hilly man 361 As down the cowilip dale & Atray'd

74 Ab! think not to deceive me

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166 Ah! where can one find a true fuain 45] As in a penfive fo:mi Myrtilte fac

309 Ah! where is-my Danon? ye fongiters 495 | As I on purple tapestry lay

32% Ah ! wbither, alas ! thall I fly 264 As I sat joyous in a plearant room

307 Ah! why did Focky gángs way 95 As I saw fair Chloe walk alone

180 Ah! why most words my #ame reveal 27 As I was ganging o'er the lec Ah! why thould fate pursuing

395 As I went o'er the meadows, no matter the day 95 a pretty voung Twain

21 As I went to the wake that is held on chc green 165 a shepherd, young, confant, and kind 62 As Jamie gay, gang'd blithe his way Alexis, how ballul a lover

66 | Ak if yon damask role is sweet dilexis tauan'd his fellow fwains

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