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A word to the wise A new ballad on the times (Title)
A word to the wise or Old England for ever: being a new song for Christmas 1792 (Title)
A word to the wise: or Old England for ever: being a new song for Christmas 1792 (Title)
A word with you you who yourself call \"respectable\" (First Line)
A worthy example of a vertuous wife who fed her father with her own milk (Title)
A worthy example of a virtuous wife (Title)
A worthy lord of vast estate (First Line)
a wounded soldier of the 65th Regiment (Title)
A wounded soldier to his comrades (Title)
Awve hard wark to howd up mi yed (Title)
Awve just bin a havin a peep at th farmheawse (First Line)
Awve just mended th fire wi a cob (First Line)
Awve worn my bits o shoon away (First Line)
Awve worn my bits o shoon away (Title)
Aw went to Blaydon races twas on the month of Joon (First Line)
Aw went to th owd Church tother Sunday forenoon (First Line)
Axe my eye (Title)
Ax my eye (Title)
A Yankee boy is trim and tall (First Line)
A Yankee man of war (Title)
A Yankee man-of-war (Title)
A Yankee man of war No 2 (Title)
Aye lad I recollect the night (First Line)
Ay gued Lord What the devil have we got here (First Line)
Aylesbury election 1847 (Title)

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