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new coin or Paddy OBlaney deceived by the little halfpence growing bigger (Title)
New comic alphabet on the times (Title)
New comic song of Love of God shave (Title)
New comic song on the ten pound note (Title)
New comic song The wild-beast show (Title)
New deserter (Title)
New dialogue and song on the times (Title)
new election song (Title)
Newes from Hereford Or A wonderful and terrible earthquake: With a wonderful thunder-clap that happened on Tuesday being the first of October 1661 (Title)
Newes from Hide-park: or A very merry passage which happend betwixt a North country gentleman and a very gaudy gallant lady of pleasure (Title)
Newes from Hide-park Or a very merry passage which happened betwixt a North country gentleman and a very gaudy gallant lady of pleasure (Title)
new fashioned marigold or A dainty new-fashion devised for Tom Stitch the taylor (Title)
New fashioned scales for old fashioned money (Title)
New fashions or a Puff at the guinea pigs (Title)
New fashions or A puff at the guinea pigs (Title)
new favourite and much admired song called Labouring mans daughter (Title)
New garden fields (Title)
Newgate stone (Title)
Newgate street petition to mr Mayor (Title)
New God save the king (Title)
New good old days of Adam and Eve (Title)
New Irish emigrant (Title)
new love song and a true love song made of a young man and a maiden fair whose dwelling is now in Northamptonshire (Title)
new love song called the Rose of Thurles town (Title)
New married couple (Title)



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