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Had I a heart for falsehood framd (First Line)
Had I been a monk or a hermit that dwelt (First Line)
Had I met thee in thy beauty (First Line)
Had Mr Ward sung of the boy he met on Margate pier (First Line)
Had you not been here all good friends that I see (First Line)
Hagertys ball (Title)
Haggertys ball (Title)
Ha ha a petition -- Ill not stir an inch (First Line)
Ha Ha old crow likewise Ho Ho youve had your own anxieties (First Line)
Hail bright day of freedom whose beams shoot around us (First Line)
Hail England old England for glory renownd (First Line)
Hail far-framed altar of Saint Georges (First Line)
Hail generous gentlemen of Albions isle (First Line)
Hail genius of Britain the friend of the free (First Line)
Hail hail the blest ecstatic morn (First Line)
Hail hail to thee famed Batty (First Line)
Hail hail to thee famed Wombwell of menagerists the prince (First Line)
Hail happy morn whose radiant beams (First Line)
Hail matchless sovereign -- hail (First Line)
Hail mighty monarch of a mighty line (First Line)
Hail most illustrious State tinkers (First Line)
Hail old September though thourt to rest at morn (First Line)
Hail sacred sisters nine (First Line)
Hail smiling morn (Title)
Hail smiling morn (First Line)



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