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A days march nearer home (Title)
A days pleasure or the Cockneys holiday (Title)
addressd to the worthy champions of freedom (Title)
Address to Sandy (Title)
Address to ten thousand fleas (Title)
address to the free burgesses of newcastle a new song (Title)
Address to the people of Great Britain (Title)
A decision between Tom and Mary about household matters (Title)
A declaration of the death of Iohn Lewes a most detestable and obstinate hereticke burned at Norwich (Title)
Adelu [sic] farewell to all my freinds [sic] (First Line)
A deplorable elegie on the death of almost an hundred persons who were lamentably slain by the fall of a house in the Blacke-fryers (Title)
A description of a strange (and miraculous) fish cast upon the sands in the meads in the hundred of Worwall in the county palatine of Chester (Title)
A description of old England or A true declaration of the times (Title)
A description of old England: or A true declaration of the times (Title)
A description of summer Being an answer to A description of winter or The wish (Title)
A description of the lives of the lasses of London (Title)
A description of the sumptuous flag provided by the farmers of Stretton for the chairing-day (Title)
A description of this age (Title)
A description of wanton women (Title)
A description of winter: or The wish (Title)
A description of winter or The Wish (Title)
A descriptive account of Pensioner Dicks canvas in the city of Durham (Title)
A devine [sic] pome [sic] written on saint Francis founder of the Ordek [sic] of thb [sic] cord (Title)
A dialogue between a beggar and gentleman (Title)
A dialogue between a beggar & gentleman (Title)

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