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a comparison between one that cut off his own nose and another that cut his own throat to gain renown (Title)
A comparison betwixt a coopers and a joyners trade (Title)
A congratulation on the happy discovery of the hellish fanatick plot (Title)
A congratulatory ode to Admiral Russell and the other sea- commanders for their late glorious victory (Title)
A conscionable couple: or [T]he valiant resolution of a young-man and a maid (Title)
A constant and a kind maid (Title)
A constant girl was heard to cry (First Line)
A contrast between drunkenness and temperance explained (Title)
A convict ship lay near the beach (First Line)
A cooler for the captain (Title)
A cooling draught for the invectives (Title)
A copy of verses by a poor tradesman (Title)
A copy of verses composed by a converted negro (Title)
A copy of verses composed on Francis Eburne for the wilful murder committed upon the body of his own son September the 7th 1826 at Ryton near Coventry in Warwickshire (Title)
A copy of verses composed on the horrid murder committed on Friday October the 6th 1826 by William Timpson on the body of Sarah Timpson his wife (Title)
A copy of verses for 1828 humbly presented to the parish of Aldersgate by William Alvey beadle (Title)
A copy of verses for 1829 humbly presented to the parish of Aldersgate by William Alvey beadle (Title)
A copy of verses for the year 1830 humbly presented to the parish of Aldersgate by William Alvey beadle (Title)
A copy of verses for the year 1831 humbly presented to the parish of Aldersgate by William Alvey beadle (Title)
A copy of verses for the year 1832 humbly presented to the parish of Aldersgate by William Alvey beadle (Title)
A copy of verses for the year 1833 humbly presented to the parish of Aldersgate by W Alvey beadle (Title)
A copy of verses for the year 1834 humbly presented to the parish of Aldersgate by William Alvey beadle (Title)
A copy of verses for the year 1835 humbly presented to the parish of St Martin in the Fields by Thos Cuss beadle (Title)
A copy of verses humbly presented to the parish of St James Westminster by Robert Allpress beadle 1809 (Title)
A copy of verses in commemoration of sir R Peel (Title)



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