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Ballad Work - Roud Number: V4059

The fair day of Fairlop fair. 3rd July, 1846

First Lines:
Come lovers of doggrel, come lovers of sport


Ballad Work - Roud Number: V4378

The Benedict's complaint. A reply to \"The bachelor's complaint,\" in the Chelmsford Chronicle of December 3, 1847

First Lines:
Deserting home by noon of day

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V4185

A copy of verses on the loss of the Princess Alice ... Sept. 3rd, 1878

First Lines:
So sad a disaster ne'er has been told

Thames river (England)
London (England)


Ballad Work - Roud Number: V6484

A letter and lamentation of John Moreton ... ordered for execution on Saturday, the 3rd. day of April, 1819

First Lines:
Now all young men a warning take

Executions - 19th century

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V8496

Master Boney's hearty welcome to England. 3rd ed., with alterations, revised and corrected

First Lines:
Should Boney come hither, the grave-ones they say

Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821

Ballad Work - Roud Number: 391

Jeannette & Jeannot
Jeannette's farewell to Jeannot
Jeannette's farewell
Jeannette and Jeanno_3t
Jeannette and Jeannot!
Jeannette to Jeannot
Jeannette and Jeannot

First Lines:
You are going far away, far away, from poor Jeannette
You are going far away, far away from poor Jeannette
You are going far away, far away from poor Jeanette
You are going far away, far away from poor [Jeannette]
You are going far away


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