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A woman is the pride of the land (Title)
A woman is the torment of man (Title)
A woman never knows when her days works done (Title)
A womans delight is all in a man (Title)
A womans the pride of the land (Title)
A woman still for all that (Title)
A womans work is never over (Title)
A woman that is plagued with a man An original comic song In answer to A man that is married (Title)
A wonder beyond mans expectation in the preservation of eight men in Greenland from one season to another (Title)
A wonderful and terrible earthquake: With a wonderful Thunder-clap that happened on Tuesday being the first of October 1661 (Title)
A wonderful change in the times or Fifty years ago (Title)
A wonderful change we soon shall see (First Line)
A wonderful example of Gods justice shewed upon Jasper Conningham who was of opinion that there was neither God nor devil nor heaven nor hell (Title)
A wonderfull example of Gods justice shewed upon Jasper Conningham a gentleman born in Scotland who was of opinion that there was neither God nor divel nor heaven nor hell (Title)
A wonderful man in the Isle of Wight (First Line)
A wonderful man the postman is (First Line)
A wonder of wonders being a true relation of a strange and invisible beating of a drum (Title)
A wonder strange as eer was known (First Line)
A wonder stranger ner was known (First Line)
A wondrous tale I will relate (First Line)
A woodman sang beside a brook (First Line)
A word of advice (Title)
A word of advice to the reformers of England (Title)
A word or two of truth (Title)
A word to the wise a new ballad on the times (Title)

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