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George Leybournes Artful Joe (Title)
George Leybournes Rollicking rams (Title)
George Riley (Title)
George Ryley (Title)
George Shiffler (Title)
George Strangwidges lamentation for consenting to Pages death for love of Ulalia Pages wife (Title)
George Victor Townley step this way well try the well bred first (First Line)
George Victor Townley step this way well try the well-bred first (First Line)
George Victor Townley step this way: well try the well-bred first (First Line)
Georgy Barnwell (Title)
Gerhead and his mistress Or The love-sick maid Cordelias lamentation for the absence of her Gerhead [with] The young mans answer (Title)
German band (Title)
Geschiedenis van t nieuw geboren sprekende kind (Title)
Get away black man (Title)
Getting to the bottom of it (Title)
Ghost of a song (Title)
Ghost Stranger who art that dost intrude (First Line)
Gh [sic] do not bid me mother (First Line)
Gh [sic] the working men of England we labour for the great (First Line)
Giddy girls who up and down (First Line)
Gie [sic] attention to my ditty (First Line)
Gilderoy (Title)
Gilderoy is a bonny bonny boy (First Line)
Gilderoys farewell (Title)
Gilderoy was a bonny boy had roses on his shoe (First Line)

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