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A ballad [on George Villiers duke of Buckingham father and son] (Title)
A ballad on Lord Pelhams birth-day July 24 1714 (Title)
A ballad on the gyants in the Physick garden in Oxford who have been breeding feet as long as Garagantua was teeth (Title)
A ballad on the Junto (Title)
A ballad on the most renowned Shuff of Newbury (Title)
A ballad on the twenty-ninth of May (Title)
A ballad To the tune of On the fourteenth of August (Title)
A ballad [upon the Popish plot] The third part to the same tune Written by a lady of quality (Title)
A ballad upon the Popish plot Written by a lady of quality (Title)
A barber there was named Timothy Briggs (First Line)
A batchelor leads an easy life (First Line)
A batchelors wants (Title)
A batchelor whose name was Ned (First Line)
A battle fought between Painter & Sutton on Bungay common (Title)
A battle-song (Title)
A beau I had once on a time (First Line)
A beau I had once on a time (Title)
A beautiful damsel but eighteen years old (First Line)
A beautiful damsel of fame and renoun (First Line)
A beautiful damsel of fame and renown (First Line)
A beautiful young damsel of fame and renown (First Line)
A beggar a beggar a beggar Ill be (First Line)
A beggar got a beadle (First Line)
A beggar I am at the end of my days (First Line)
Abel and Isabel (Title)



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