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A wee bird cam to our ha door (First Line)
A wee bit laddie sits with a bowl between his knees (First Line)
A wee bit placie nestlin doon (First Line)
A wee bit raggit laddie gangs wanderin thro the street (First Line)
A wee bit raggit laddie gangs wanren throngh [sic] the street (First Line)
A wee drappie ot (Title)
A week ago I went out to dine (First Line)
A week before Easter (First Line)
A weeks loving wooing and wedding: or Happy is that wooing that is not long a dooing (Title)
A weeks matrimony (Title)
A welcome to the medal or An excellent new song called The constitution restored in 1711 (Title)
A well there is in the West country (First Line)
A Weminster [sic] wedding: or A whore-master buried alive (Title)
A Westminster wedding or Like unto like quoth the devil to the collier (Title)
A wet sheet and a flowing sea (Title)
A wet sheet and a flowing sea (First Line)
Awful accident on the ice in the Regents park (Title)
Awful battle at Vicksburg (Title)
Awful catastrophe at the Clayton hill tunnel On the Brighton Railway on Sunday Aug 25th 1861 (Title)
Awful explosion in Clerkenwell Dreadful loss of life (Title)
Awfully clever (Title)
Awful murder and mutilation of a female at the East-end of London (Title)
Awful murder and mutilation of a woman in Whitechapel London (Title)
Awful murder of a child named Emily Holland at Blackburn (Title)
Awful railway accident between Peterborough & Huntingdon (Title)



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