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A $100 reward (Title)
a 3000 l courting shot (Title)
A Alphabet that we used to learn at school (First Line)
Aa [sic] horrors now are all the go (First Line)
A baaber [sic] there was named Timothy Briggs (First Line)
A baby-blessed brewer there was (First Line)
A baby wandered from his home (First Line)
A baby wandered from its home (First Line)
A baby was sleeping (First Line)
A baby was sleeping its mother was weeping (First Line)
A Bacchanalion song (Title)
A bachelor leads a happy life (First Line)
A bachelor leads an easy life (First Line)
A bachelors wants (Title)
A bad job: an original tale written by the author of Speculation (Title)
a bad shilling or A plain face provd objectionable (Title)
A ballad a ballad lets make in hast (First Line)
A ballad by an ingenious youth (Title)
A ballad Dedicated to the shade of the late Mr Catnach of pious memory (Title)
A ballad for Rome (Title)
A ballad in honour of the present regency (Title)
A ballad intituled The Old mans complaint against his wretched son (Title)
A ballad: occasiond by some ladies wearing ruffs at court on the anniversary of his m---ys birth-day (Title)
A ballad of the Boxing night From \"Punch\" Jan 11 1873 (Title)
A ballad of Tobias (Title)

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