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Dear friend have you heard the fantastical chimes (First Line)
Dear friends and good people with gowns and with none (First Line)
dear friends of old (Title)
Dear friends of old (Title)
Dear friends of [old] (Title)
Dear gentle reader thinkest thou (First Line)
Dear Gill I ner thought until last night (First Line)
Dear Goody Hay (First Line)
Dear heart these lines peruse (First Line)
Dear Helen one morn from her cottage had strayd (First Line)
Dear home of my childhood I bid thee good-bye (First Line)
Dear husband Ive had such a dream (First Line)
Dear Irish boy (Title)
Dear is my little [n]ative vale (Title)
Dear is my little native vale (First Line)
Dear is my little native vale (Title)
Dear Italy (Title)
Dear Jenny you remember how I told you long ago (First Line)
Dear Jockeys gone to the wood (First Line)
Dear Judy at last has gien the kind yes (First Line)
Dear Kitty Gray (Title)
Dear ladies all both short and tall (First Line)
Dear ladies my names Paul Pry (First Line)
Dear lassie will you go (First Line)
Dear love (Title)

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