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Ballad Work - Roud Number: V2092

Titles:
The old hag and her money

First Lines:
You lads of the city give ear to my ditty

Themes:
Marriage - age difference
Money

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V279

Titles:
The bold dragoon
Mrs. Flinn and the bold dragoon
Mrs. Flinn, and the bold dragoon
Bold dragoon

First Lines:
There was an ancient fair and she lov'd a neat young man
There was [sic] ancient fair, O she lov'd a nate young man
There was an ancient fair, O she love'd a nate young man
There was an ancient fair, O she lov'd a nate young man
There was an ancient fair, O she lov'd a neat young man
Oh! there was an ancient fair, and she loved a neat young man

Themes:
Marriage - age difference

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V1814

Titles:
The old marquis and his blooming wife

First Lines:
Oh, here's a jolly lark

Themes:
Marriage - age difference

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V11453

Titles:
Young flesh is for my money, or, The subtile damosels choice

First Lines:
Young damosels come hither

Themes:
Marriage - age difference
Women

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V13326

Titles:
The doating old man

First Lines:
You gallants so witty in country and city
You maidens so pretty, in country or city

Themes:
Marriage - age difference

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V1891

Titles:
Lawyer Flam, his wife, and Flam's ghost

First Lines:
Old Flam was a lawyer so grim

Themes:
Marriage - age difference
Ghosts
Lawyers

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V4372

Titles:
Mr December
Mr. December
Old Mr. December

First Lines:
Old Mr. December he lost his wife
Old mr. December he lost his wife
Old Mr December he lost his wife

Themes:
Marriage - age difference
Domestic relations
Marriage

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