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A belle and a beau would a walking go (First Line)
A belle and a beau would walking go (First Line)
A belle and beau would walking go (First Line)
A belle & beau would a walking go (First Line)
A benedicitie or blessinge to be saide over the table before meate (Title)
Abercrombie came down like a wolf on the fold (First Line)
Abercrombies glory (Title)
Abercrombys answer or The exchequer garland Another excellent new song (Title)
Abide with me (Title)
Abide with me (First Line)
A birth-day poem for James Maxwell written by himself (Title)
A bit of good truth (Title)
A bit of my mind (Title)
A bit of the brown (Title)
A bitt by the by: or A cock of the game (Title)
A blackguard named Jack Hollagans the biggest scamp in town (First Line)
A blacksmith courted me for nine long months or better (First Line)
A blacksmith once noted for having great skill (First Line)
A blessing unknown to ambition and pride (First Line)
A blind mans lamentation (Title)
A bloody battle Fought between prince Ferdinand and the French on the glorious first of August 1759 (Title)
A boat a boat (Title)
A boat a boat -- haste to the ferry (First Line)
A boat a boat haste to the ferry (First Line)
A boat a boat I hast to the ferry (First Line)



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