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Ballad Work - Roud Number: V2203

Titles:
Doings at Tiptree -- about 1803. The \"lurcher\"

First Lines:
Come hearken awhile, and the truth you shall hear

Themes:
Millers

Ballad Work - Roud Number: 2418

Titles:
As I wandered by the brookside
As I wander'd by the brookside

First Lines:
As I wandered by the brookside
As I wandered by the brook side
As I wander'd by the brook-side

Themes:
Millers

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V3920

Titles:
Happy Harry, the jolly miller

First Lines:
A jolly miller blythe, I sing

Themes:
Millers

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V1484

Titles:
The horn'd miller

First Lines:
Near Gateshead there liv'd a miller

Themes:
Millers
Adultery

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V4874

Titles:
The lusty miller's recreation: or, The buxome females chief delight

First Lines:
The good-wife her daughter did send to the miller

Themes:
Pregnancy
Millers
Sexual intercourse

Ballad Work - Roud Number: 138

Titles:
The miller's advice to his three sons, in taking of toll

First Lines:
There was a miller, who had three sons
There was a miller who had three sons

Themes:
Millers
Economy and trade

Ballad Work - Roud Number: V1486

Titles:
The roguish miller; or, Nothing got by cheating. Also, a dialogue between a farmer, a flour-seller, and a baker
The roguish miller; or Nothing got by cheating. A true ballad
The roguish miller; or, Nothing got by cheating: a true ballad

First Lines:
A miller there was, and he liv'd at his mill

Themes:
Millers
Economy and trade - 19th century
Frauds in trade

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