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Natures rarity (Title)
Naughty Lady G--- and her baby (Title)
Naughty Mary Ann (Title)
Naughty naked cupid with (First Line)
Nautical life (Title)
Nautical philosophy (Title)
Naval victories (Title)
Navarin (Title)
Navvy on the line (Title)
Nay I will not heed her warning (First Line)
Nay tempt me not I would not roam (First Line)
Neapolitaine (Title)
Neapolitaine I am dreaming of thee (First Line)
Near a bog in sweet Ireland Im told its there born I was (First Line)
Near a bog in sweet Ireland Im told sure that born I was (First Line)
Near a clear chrystal stream where sweet flowers do grow (First Line)
Near a hawthorn I met on the plain (First Line)
Near Amershams delightful vale (First Line)
Near a pleasant flowing river (First Line)
Near a pleasant shady grove (First Line)
Near Armagh town a widow livd that reared three darling sons (First Line)
Near a tree by the margin of the woodland (First Line)
Near Bannoch burn proud Edward lay (First Line)
Near Bannockburn king Edward lay (First Line)
Near Berwick town as Ive heard tell (First Line)

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