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A dainty new dialogue &c (Title)
A dainty new ditty composed and pend (Title)
A dainty new ditty of a saylor and his love (Title)
A dainty new-fashion devised for Tom Stitch the taylor (Title)
A dainty sonnet here is to be sold (Title)
A dainty spruce young gallant (First Line)
Adam and Eve (Title)
Adam & Eve (Title)
Adam in the garden (Title)
A damsel came to London town (First Line)
A damsel did in London dwell (First Line)
A damsel possd [sic] of great beauty (First Line)
A damsel possessd of great beanty [sic] (First Line)
A damsel possessd of great beauty (First Line)
A damsel possessed of great beauty (First Line)
A damsels adventures (Title)
A damsel stood to watch the fight (First Line)
Adam was a gentleman (Title)
A darkey would a wooing go (First Line)
A daughter of Ieral [sic] sat by the stream (First Line)
A daughter of Israel sat by a stream (First Line)
A daughter of Israel sat by the stream (First Line)
A dawn of hope (Title)
A dawn of hope my soul revives (First Line)
A day of fashion (Title)



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