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Lamentations of old father Thames (Title)
Lament for Annie Gray (Title)
Lament for Gen Havelock (Title)
Lament for the brave A dream (Title)
Lament for the death of George Henry Moore MP (Title)
Lament for the sick and wounded soldiers (Title)
Lament lament good Christians all (First Line)
Lament of Andrew Brown (Title)
Lament of Charlotte Mills (Title)
lament of Mr Taylor for his wife and daughter who were cruelly poisoned by the daughters husband Dr Pritchard who is now lying under sentence of death in the prison of Glasgow to be executed on the 28th July 1865 (Title)
Lament of the ejected Irish peasant (Title)
Lament of the emigrant (Title)
Lament of the mess On the \"Standards\" recent articles (Title)
Lament of two stocking makers from Nottingham (Title)
Lament on the destruction of the Ocean Monarch (Title)
lament on the fate of sir j franklin and his crews (Title)
Lament on the fate of sir J Franklin and his crews (Title)
Lament on the fate of Sir J Franklin and his crews (Title)
Lament you Whiggs you presbyter priggs (First Line)
Lametable [sic] lines on James Walsh (Title)
La mort de M de Malbroug ou le petit page (Title)
lamp-lighters poem (Title)
Lancashire Dick (Title)
Lancashire heroes (Title)
Lancashire heros [sic] (Title)

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