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For a song I'm in excellent strain
104 Mr. Dip, tallow-chandler and dealer in fat

425
First vid de grace extraordinaire
175 My daddie was a tinker's son

442
Funny and free are a bachelor's revelries...

291 My fishmonger he swore that his soles were mosi dear 445
Fashion's all fiddle-de-dee......
296 Now, gentlemen, my box is out

19
From time immemorial the ladies have held
903 Now, for mirth and recreation .......

79
Four score and ten of us..
308 Ne'er shall I forget the day

143
Fair ladies, I am a physician by trade

338 Now's the time for milling, boys, since all the world's
Four-and-twenty lord-mayors' shows, all of a row.. 377 agog for it ....

253
Good people, to my muse attend, and deem it not Ned Nappy was a hatter, and could solve each in-
a mystery .......
3 congruity....

258
Gairy !'fl aash along, sorrow's mere flummery 171 Ned Cleaver was a slaughterman, with such a killing
Good folks, I have set up an honest and fair house 174 way ...

281
Give me the dear little creatures...
242 Now, my boys, for Paris revels

428
Here are catches, songs, and glees

9 Oh what a town, what a wonderful metropolis..... 10
He that would thrive must rise by five ............... 84 Once in school where for state to no mortal I'd bow 26
Here's fine Mrs. Hoggins from Aldgate...

216
Oh white are the cliffs fair Albion enclose

26
How various the blushes that tint the cheek

358
Oh, I will get wed in a trice.....

95
Hence, the face of moping sorrow....

404 Oli, what a change, all England now are slanging it 39
How my heart he go jump wlien de bumbo me sce 424 Opossum up a gum-tree

40
Hodge having bought a lottery share

298 old merry Tom Brag scorned the conjugal yoke 54
I'm Simon Bore, just come from college..
7 Oh, when my farm is taken..

71
In Cheapside there lived a marchant
19 Old Owen lived on the brow of a hill

S5
In the conjugal chain firmly tied...
36 Oh, had it been my fate, dear Nan

90
I'm a cutter of wood and with blocks oft contend

Oh! what a story the papers have been telling us 97
I've courted the wenches so witty and pretty

67 of a playhouse, in a playhouse, a playhouse 1 sing 102
I never shall forget the days in which I was a rover 69 Once a breakfast at most was tea, coffee, and toast. 10.5
I sing, I sing of good times older......
69 Old Mister December he lost his wife..

125
It was one winter's day about six in the morn
81 One morning I vent out ....

126
I'm a dapper little shaver ...

101

Oh,cruel vas myparents that forced my love from me 149
I'm called Pilgarlic where I go ........
105 Oh ! father had a jolly knack

10
In London I never knew what to be at ....
111 Of all your modish kíll times

162
I'm parish-clerk and sexton here.................

118 Our immortal poet's page says, that all the world's a
In a post-office bred.....

120
stage ......

173
I'm a clown, you may tell by my phiz
130 Oh I a ball-room's the place for delight

183
I'm the showman with face so brass-mounted.
147 Old Flam was a lawyer so grim......

190
In London where comical jokes go free...

156 Oh! what a fine sight is a church wardens' dinner.. 211
If you talk about doctors, the head of them all 157 Oh, London shall be the grand theme of my story.. 218
I'm a very knowing prig.
161 O what is Munchausen to me

222
I had a wife of my own...
172 Once upon a time there lived...

322
In Gray's Inn Lane, not long ago.

189 Oh ! what mirth and play looks upon Saturday 239
I peeped in the grand seraglio
202 Oh! the joys of drinking

242
In a shop of my own once I'd very pretty call 222 On the stage,'tis well known, is each character slown 245
I've loved so many a maiden fair...

223 Over port, pipe, or snuff-box there's always some
- In Drury-lane, some years ago....
231 wight

255
I'll tell you of sad accidents a long and dismal chapter 234 Oh, lud! what a dreadful temptation

288
In Chester town a man there dwelt
257 Oh, Venus ! sweet mamma of love

291
In this mighty city how easy to live...
274 Oh, ye lads and ye laddesses gay.

305
I am even with those that with mirth are at odds 278

Oh, Greg Redtail is my name .....

318
l'm a comical rum body every body must say....... 287 Obadiah Snaggs he was buried, and for why

319
I was fourteen years of age
296 Old Murmur was a peevish blade...

395
I've often heard Will's wife declare

311
Of all what strive to live and to thrive

336
I'm odd in my manners, and odd is my song
913 Oh, ye bucks and ye bloods o' the town

363
I'm a comical little old boy
393 0! have you seen my charming fair

368
I'll marry my sweetheart

352 Oh, give me the pleasures derived from a party 374
Improvement's a mighty odd thing
366 O! take me to your arms, my love (parody).

376
I went to school with Joel Squint

382 Oh, there vonce vas a king, and his name it vas Dick 380
I am a man of learning, and the ladies say I'm pretty 999 On Sunday up to Hornsey-wood ....

989
In these cloisters of old
442 O neighbours, neighbours, sad mishaps I fear

392
In Wapping ouce there lived a dame

447 On the lightly sportive wing
John Bull who went to France of yore
236 Pretty little damsels, how they chat

100
Just going to set up in irade.....
349 Poor Gawkey Shanks, here born and bred.

292
John Appleby was a man's name, and he lived near Quite hungry coming up to town, and lacking some
the sign of the Ketile
995 relief, sir

168
Kitty Maggs was a servant to Farmer Styles.... 329 Run, neighbours, run, all London is quadrilling it.. 192
Love, mighty lunatics, who mak'st us twaddle.... 7 Sunday, got floored in groggy plight

59
Lord, I am a knowing blaite as ever you did see.... 16 Since Dick and Nell were man and wife

64
London tradesmen, 'tis plain, at no roguery stop.... 29 Says Sammy, the tailor, to me

74
Lords how bright to-day, up before light to-day 44

Said a fox to a goose ...

99
Love in season, like sneczing
114 Sir Jerry Gonimble was lame of a leg

107
Living a bachelor is not life ...
286 Sweet maid, like yon meand'ring stream.

151
Little Fuddle'em is my name,
293 Some time ago I married a wife

202
Let pedants urge their learned strife.

997 Sly renard sneaked out from a farmer's hen-roost 280
Lawyer Gruftykotz of our town
338 Silence, take notice, you are my son ......

291
Luck in life, or good or bad ...
402 Sure, such a day..

401
Lord Steel with Miss Magnet was smitten

Sadi, once a slave, poor man

419
Mr. Spriggs the grocer married Miss Revel
8 Such beauties in view I...

424
Men once were surnamed from their shape or estate 11 Show me a lawyer refusing a good fee..

444
Miss Molly Wilkins was a lass

22 The Nightingale Club in a village was held
Manager Strut was four feet high

24 There was an old widow lived some time ago in Es-
Man, man, man, is for the woman made..

91 tremadura
Mr. Fog, he conducted a chandler's shop

99 The Nightingale Club in a village was held(a medley) 3
My merry gentle people, pray
139 Though much has been sung and likewise said

17
Miss Bridget Adair lived up one pair of stairs
159 Thinks I to myself thinks I...

25
My name's Jemmy Grecn, many wisits I've paid 160 There was a pigeon-fancier, his name was Guineapig 91
My wife she is a wonder quite
217 T'wo clowns once disagreed

32
Mister Short, you must know,was a blithe undertaker 234 The miller leads a noisy life

35
Missee she be as fair as de day
253 The forum for fun and variety ...

42
Merry Proteus of old, as by Ovid we're told ......... 269 The Romans in England they once did sway

56
Mrs. Waddle was a widow (a medley)
298 The other night I went to bed

64
Many ladies, they say, read novels all day ........

302

There was an ancient fair, she got up very soon 70
Mrs. Bridget loved a man, yet all cruel was he 344 That I'm but the ninth part of a man

70
Major Macpherson heaved a sigh

362 The life of a valet for me...
Music is the food of love
983 There were two tom-cats on a wall

67
Mamma's left off business, and I've sunk the shop 384 There is an old man, and do all that he can .......... 98
Mr. Peter Jenkins was a bread and biscuit baker ... 395 The satiric song of chit chat I mean now to reverse. 100

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There lived in a country town ...........

115
This world is like a baker's shop

128
There lived in Spain, as stories tell, oh!..

151
Though bang up prime has been the rage in Bond.
street and the City.....

167
Though Bridget cannot boast of charms

169
This world is sure a pack of cards

170
The dragon of Wantley, round as a butt...

177
Tea-kettles are beautiful things

179
This world up of evils is made

191
To a village that skirted the sea .........

193
The spruce Mr. Clark

198
They call me smirking Bobby

199
Then hey for a lass and a botile to cheer

203
Though late and early I do pad

205
The pleasures of bathing and taking the air......... 217
'Tis à folly to talk of life's troubles

239
There was a gay man-milliner, his
Timmy Twist

241
The subject which I sing is a very tasty thing... 259
The dog had ceased to bark...

272
'Twas barber Tom one day

276
There was a maid in Bermondsey, or else the peo-
ple lie.......

284
There was a very nice young woman

285
Throughout my life the girls I've pleased

298
Time was, if poets tell us true ......

901
This is the time, the season for a mill or fight 303
Tom Tacktight was a tailor 0 1....

318
The maid to the magpie said, pretty mag, mag 922
The tide it will serve and the weather is fine

325
Tom Gobble was a grocer's son

334
They may talk of their Margates and Ramsgates so
gay

347
Thimble's scolding wife lay dead..,

376
'Twas summer time when Nan and I ...

377
Two giants live in Britain's land..
That life is a picture of strange things and ways 396
The newspaper, while with attention I view

400
The world's seven wonders every child doth know.. 405
Tom and Jerry's sprees

417
Two gentlemen shoemakers, my shopmate, Jack,
and me ........

423
There was a merry widow, and she was very fat 428
Though gents not a few...

491
They tell us that woman was made of a rib

438
The lass that I loved was so formal and shy

447
To pleasure's gay shore, where the sea breeze invites 447
Von Mr. Vill Vilkins vone werry fine summer's day 112
When first a lively boy

33
When a very little boy

34
When I was a lad I had cause to be sad

34
When for breath you shall calm recline

60
Why, gond people, are you gazing.....

61
William and Jonathan came to town together

62
When first in town they set me down

73
When first I entered life's gay path.....

87
With spirits gay I mount the box, with tits up to
the traces

117
With cash taper grown, and credit all gone..

125
Who's for Calais, the packet is sailing now .......... 137
Wedlock is a ticklish thing.

138
While your opera squallers fine verses are singing..

144
While some roar out the dog's-meat man ....

149
Well, here I am to tell
While pensive I thought on the bench

158
Who I sing a song? bless my soul! how absurd ....

163
When I to London first came in.....

245
When to my pretty Poll I went

259
What a plague's a summer breakfast

264
While with health on one hand and content on the
other

266
While philosophic mania rage....

315
What is it? tippling Jenny cries

354
When a lad with my dad, fertile genius I had 370
When old uncle died, then he left me his cash 386
Whene'er with haggard eyes I view..

391
When first I took Teresa

400
When time first began.....

430
When I was a boy I was wild as could be

446
Young Ben he was a nice young man

11
You may talk of sweet passion, and wishing and
wooing ....

41
You've heard of a frog in an opera hat..

88
Your laughter l'll try to provoke

130
You odd-fellows all, now I'ıl sing an odd song 170
Your mirth to increase l've a wish

171
Ye lovers, behold a poor maiden forlorn

216
Young Guillot, a poor simple swain...

292
Young Lobski said to his ugly wife

301
Young Dick he was as nice a blade...........

343
Young Bodkin was a tailor bold

413
You all have heard of crook-backe 1 Dick, who once
was England's king, sir....

414
You've heard of one General Macbeth

426

DIBDIN'S SONGS.

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A kernal from an apple core

6
A sailor's life's a life of woe

92
A sailor's love is void of art

134
Amphion's lute and Orpheus' lyre

146
And did you ne'er hear of a jolly young waterman.. 153
As wit and beauty for an hour ....

166
Adieu, adieu, my only life.....

212
Arrah! if'tis no lie, in this world we are living. 311
Abergav'ny is fine, Aberysthwith also

311
Ah, men ! what silly things you are

394
At Wapping I landed, and called to hail Mog....... 406
As Dermot toiled one summer's day

421
As pensive one night in my garret I sate...

433
Be it known to all those whomsoe'er it regards

75
Blow high, blow low, let tempests tear

236
Come, painter, with thy happiest slight

03
Come, all hands a-hoy to the anchor

69
Come here, ye rich, come here, ye great

2:6
Come, let the bottle go round.

319
Cotchelin sat all alone

981
Did you ever hear of Captain Wattle..

59
Don't you see that as how I'm a sportsman in style 249
Dick Dock, a tar, at Greenwich moored

273
Escaped with life in tatters...

108
Go patter to lubbers and swabs, d'ye see

131
Gustavus Frederick Richard's young Newcome's
name

923
He ran to the farm-yard and there bit a hog

89
Hark, with what glee yon sturdy clown...

298
Here, a sheer hulk, lies poor Tom Bowling

272
Hark! hark! 'tis goodman Hearty's knell

359
How kind and how good of his dear Majesty 375
It blew great guns when gallant Tom

7
I forget what Šterne says in his chapter of noses 9
If lubberly landsmen to gratitude strangers...

19
I was, d'ye see, a waterman.

72
Is't my country you'd know? I'm an Irishman born 77
I lost my poor mother .....
In vain, dear friends, each art you try.............. 82
I saw what seemed a harmless child.

93
I am a jolly fisherman

133
I locked up all my treasure

158
I'm for Tom Tiller's golden maxim .

221
In one thou wouldst variety

285
I was saying to Jack, as we talked t'other day 924
If, bold and brave, thou can'st not bear

326
In all your dealings take good care...

442
Jack Binnacle met with an old ship-mate

276
Jack Jigger, a curious and whimsical tar

412
Like Etna's dread volcano see the ample forge 916
Like other lubbers struck with dread

357
Man, poor forked animal, why art thou vain. 220
Miss Wigley, her lovers called first of the fair 244
My lyre, once again the sad note............

390
Madam, you know my trade is war ........

428
Now we're all met here together :

51
Neat Nelly, the milkomaid, in short-waisted gown. 277
Now you shall see vat you shall see

829
One negro say one ting, you no take offence..

29
Of the ancients its speaking, my soul, you'd be aster 47
One, two, three, ha!...

107
Of all heaven gave to comfort man

121
Oh, money, thou master of all things below..
O yes ! O yes ! O yes !

180
One negro wi my banger.

182
Others with splendonr and parade.

224
One negro come from Jenny land

409
Resplendent gleamed the ainple moon

189
Standing one summer's day on the tower slip.....
Some say topers should never get mellow

52
See the course thronged with gazers, the sports have
begun.

78
Sweet is the ship that under sail

124
Smiling grog is the sailor's best hope, his sheet-an-
chor..

190
Sam Splice'em, dy'e mind me, is one of those boys. 196
Spanking Jack was so comely, so pleasant, so jólly 207
Sweet ditties would my Patty sing...

230
Shenkin was born in Glamorganshire..

261
Sure won't you hear what roaring cheer

397
She who linked by her fate

367
Sing the loves of John and Jean

399
The moment Aurora peeped into the room...

16
There was a lady, a pretty lady, the pride of Anrora 24
The moon on the ocean was dimmed by a ripple 40
The gray-eyed Aurora in saffron array.......

63
Thou man of firmness, turn this way

66
The board is drest, come, deal away

66
This, this, my lad's a soldier's life

7-1
That girl who fain would choose a mate

75
This life's a day's journey, we rise in the morn....
'Twas one morning in May, the weather but queer. 82.

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To he mad for a husband is not a new thing

86 What equals on earth the delights of the huntsman 101
'Twas in a village near Castlebury

119 What joys are the life of a hunter surrounding
There was a jolly shepherd lad
132 Who are you, the ghost of Grim .

120
To prove pleasure but pain some have hit on a project 149 What shall he have that killed the deer/... .........

134
The polughman whistles o'er the furrow....
149 We be three poor fishermen

283
'Twas post meridian half-past four...

Where, where shall we hunt the roebuck to-day?.. 958
The morning breaks those ruddy streaks..
171 Wine does wonders every day

443
Thou knowest, my dear Lumpkin, my own darling

When Phoebus' rays no more appear

446
son....
206 ! You hurry me, you worry me

72
Tom Truelove wooed the sweetest fair
247 Your love she lives in yon humble shed...

441
The shepherd whistles on his way

291
Two real lovers with one heart .....

299
The martial pomp, the mournful train ........... 308

IRISH.
The boatswain calls, the wind is fair

338
The wind was hushed, the storm was over .... .......

413 As a cook, a few dainties I'll here be explaining 27
'Twas in the good ship Rover ...........
422 As gray as a badger, as bald as a Turk......

38
This life is like a troubled sea..

440 At sixteen years old you could get little good of me. 198
When the tendrils of love once strike root in the heart 10 Adown a dark alley I courted a maid

216
When Vulcan forged the bolts of Jove
110 As beautiful Kitty one morning was tripping

248
While our minds are expanded...
151 At Cork lived Miss Molly O'Rigge..

262
While thelads of the village shall merrily ah
190 An Irish lad is always mad

274
When Winifred's gone far away
222 An Irish lad's a jolly boy..........

299
Would'st thou know, my lad, why every tar ...

An Irishman's all over ...

309
When last from the Straits we had fairly cast anchor 846 At eighteen years old I fell ill...

370
Were Patience kind to me ....

And did you ne'er hear of an Irish haymaker.. 38+
We are all of us labourers, and smack of the soil 397 Arrah, Paddy's my name, and a comelier lad... 404
You all knew Tom Moody, the whipper-in, well... 15 A wedding's a wedding the universe over..

445
Yet, though I've no fortune to offer.

98 Arrah, come, sons of Erin, I'll give you a song.... 446
Your finikin sirs may in finery appear

156 Come, lend your attention, and listen awhile 388
Can an Irishman practise such guile

419

136
DUETS, TRIOS, CATCHES, GLEES,

Dear Erin, how sweetly thy green bosom rises
Dear Kathleen, you, no doubt

373
AND CHORUSES.
Don't now be after being coy

429

From Brighton, two l'addies walked under the Cliff 305
Arrah, Jessie, dear, now hear my plan

28

From Connaught I travelled, o'er roads paved and
Anxious by the gliding stream

127
gravelled

330
All my strength, alas! is gone

191 Green were the fields where my forefathers dwelt, o 131
A tailor he lived in Leicester town...

317 Hail to our chiefnow he's wet through with whiskey 288
A round, a round, a merry laughing round
369 It's the drop of good whiskey,

102
Blow, warder, blow thy sounding horn

101
I was the boy for bewitching 'em

180
Bacchus and Venus once in heaven
368 In summer when the leaves were green

233
Cold is Cadwallo's tongue

173 In Ireland so frisky, with sweet girls and whiskey.. 243
Come, push about the grog, and drink, boys, drink 394 I was born one day in the midst of the night

272
Deserted by declining day (a parody)
36 In business having failed....

289
Drink, and drain the flowing bowl
199 I danced on the green when scarcely fifteen

300
Ding dong, the merry, merry Bow-church bells 300 In Ireland, the dear laud, when I was a boy

306
Dear maid, by every hope of bliss.

350 I'm an Irishman born, and as pretty a youth.... 348
Faintly as iolls the evening chime.

115 I'm a joiner by trade, and O’Chisel's my name 355
For whom do you sigh?
152 In Ireland, that pretty place

364
From Oberon,'in fairy land .................
165 Love and whiskey both...

52
Fly, neighbours, fly

197
Love's a plague by night and by day...........

80
From night till morn I take my glass

282 Let other men sing of their nonsense and blarney.. 327
Glorious Apollo from on high beheld us
135 My father he lived in Limerick town .....

164
How wretched those who ti steless live

193
Mr. Phelim O'Graffe was a bit of a Taafe.....

187
Hark, the bonny Christchurch bells
135 Myself, Pat Tullomagh, came from Kildare

201
Here, in cool grot and mossy cell
174 My darling, says Pat, to his spouse on his lap

209
Hail, source of joy! thy magic touch hath given 201 My grandsire beat a drum so neat

249
Hark, the hollow woods resounding
232 My father he left me a snug little cot..

266
Hark, the curfew's solemn sound

258 Ned Grogan, dear joy, was the son of his mother.. 290
I've been to Paris, Polly Hopkins..
38 Of all nations under the sun .....

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I've got a pretty cottage, with garden by the side.... 41 Och, I sing of a rout at Killarney

77
Love one day essayed to gain

124 O, the hours I have passed in the arms of my dear . 91
Lo, when the showers descending

197 On the green banks of Shannon when Shelah was nigh 93
Lightly tread, 'tis hallowed ground

320 0, the moments were sad when my love and I parted 110
Music's the language of the blest above

235 0, the moment was sad when my love and I parted
Myra sought the silent shade ....
279 (a medley)

197
Merrily, merrily, push round the glass
280 0, Darby loved Katty O'Whack

140
Mirth, he thy mingled pleasures mine

370
o, an Irishmau's heart, to give it its due

159
Mist hath fallen from the moon.

397 Och, love is the soul of a natr Irishman (a medley) 166
One day, while working at my plough

0, 'twas Dermot O'Rowland MöFigg

195
Of all the birds on bush or tree
66 0, when I was christened 'twas on a fair day

206
0, lady fair, where art thou roaming ....

96 Och, a petticoat, honey's, an Irishman's joy.. 208
O, who has seen the miller's wife?

123 0, when I was a gossoon, so merry ard frisky 213
Of all the brave birds that e'er I did see
185 On Ireland's ground, seal of true hospitality

229
Of plighted faith so truly kept

217 Old Teddy O'Rourke kept a bit of a school ... 267
Of late so brightly glowing
229 One day Madam Nature was busy

270 -
Och, the top of the morning to Katty, my jewel 379 O, I'm called the Janus, the pride of gentility....... 298
Pretty, pretty Polly Hopkins, how do you do?

25 0, long life to the girls who revive without pother., 324
Quoth Jack, on a time, to Tom, I'll declare it

Och, Dennis M‘Kirtie

343
Sweetly, sweetly the birds are all singing..
135 0, did you not hear of Kate Kearney ? .......

351
Search the huge world around.
275 0, it was at Clonmell

365
So soon is morning on us breaking.

393 Of the tinderest of flesh I received my formation
Sure such a day, so renowned, so victorious
401 O Paddy, Paddy whack!

414
The winds whistle cold

One morning i from bed did pop

421
This bottle's the sun of our table
108 Och! I'm a jolly gay pedlar

492
'Twas you, sit, 'twas you, sir......
170 Och ! love is the soul of a nate Irishman

437
There were three cooks in Colnbrook,

220 Potatoes grow in Limerick and beef at Ballymore. 53
To-morrow I your sport will spoil

289 Poor William was landed at bonny Dumbarton 281
Together let us range the fields..

313 Saint Patrick was a gentleman, and came o' dacent
Take, Poll, this blue ribbon, the gift of a tar. 395 people ...,

10
To butt-bellied Bacchus we bow ....
404 Search Erin all over, you cannot discover

21
'Tell, pretty cousin, tell me true ....

416 She sang of past joys, did the maiden of Erin
Valiant knight, all knights exceeding
177 Since Kathleen has proved so untrue

85
We who the wide world make our hoine...
49 Sweet Kilruddery, where I was born

198
When Arthur first at court began
80 The full new incon is old, my love (a parody)

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The held of battle is so alarming (a medley)

12
"The turbaned Turk, who scorns the world

MILITARY SONGS.

85
Though Lexlip is proud of its close shady bowers 87

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There lived a man in Ballinacasey
109 At sight of each terrific form

145
'Twas at the town of nate Clogheen.
113 Adieu, sweet maid, this trembling heart

320
To be sure I can't sing an oration
127 Cease, cease, those sighs I cannot bear

88
Trip over the bugs and be frisky .....
233 Come, hear an old campaigner's song

929
T'other night, faith! I went to the wake of a friend 255 Fair Sally, once the village pride

146
The plant that hlooms for ever ..........
264 Farewell, my dear Rosa, I'm summoned afar

188
'Twas Pat of Londonderry,

302
Fair Caroline was once my love

397
The morning was fine, and the month was July 317 Glowing with love on fire for fame

47
The priest of the parish must lead a rare happy life. 320 How happy's the soldier that lives on his pay 121
'Twas on the banks of Liffey's water ...

57 Howl not, ye winds, o'er the tomb of the brave.... 430
'Twas in the sweet month of May, I walked out to Hail to the brave and hail the land
take the air
368 How stands the glass around.

436
There was an Irish lad

387 It was Dunois the young and brave, was bound for
'Twas Paddy O'Flannighan set out one morning.... 409 Palestine....

37
There with fun we the stocking throw
436 In danger's hour, when our haughty foes

82
When I from dear Ireland first took my leave
32 I'm a merry little soldier

109
When I was a boy in my father's mud edifice.. 61 If I had a beau for a soldier who'd go

114
When first I began for to sigh and tu wou her 142 In a mouldering cave where the wretched retreat 254
When I was at home with my father and mother .. 145 I've carried arms through lands afar

339
When a man that's in sarvice is out of employ...... 227 Little thinks the townsman's wife

77
When first I was married to Katty O'Connor. 259 Loud the trump of war was blowing.

175
Was not Patrick O'Lilt sure a broth of a lad
286 My arm is my country's right

24
When laughing young Erin, great Neptune's fair Merrily every bosom boundeth

53
daughter
315 My father's Hocks adorned the plain

79
With a dozen thirteens iu a nice paper bag

339 Merry sounds the drum and merry sounds the fife 156
When I was at home I was merry and frisky

March to the battle field..

237
When I was a chicken as high as a hen....
429 No more the trumpet's martial sound

309
Ye lasses and bucks, come leave off your sly looks.. 37 On by the spur of valour goaded.

60
You may talk of a brogue and Ireland, sweet nation 92 Our bugles sang truce for the night cloud had lowerd 165

On Linden when the sun was low

201
JEWS' SONGS.
Oh brave rub a dub, tweet a tweet, tantarara

277
Oh come away, my soldier boy

317
A Jew, they called him Isaa. Mo

19
Sons of Greeks, arise...

35
A pedling Jew gets often jeered....
194 Some pity afford to a poor soldier's daughter

163
Come listen awhile to a joke that is new
27 Spaniards of a worthier race

412
Friends, I'll tell you what is true
215 The soldier tired of war's alarms.

50
Folks tell you a Jew is a rogue

230 The sun's radiant beams scarce illumine the day 114
I once was but a pedler, and my shop was in my box 262 The war that for a space did fail

140
I'm the Jew Zedekiah
379 The moon was beaming silver bright

154
I am a Jew singer, and Dovid's my name ......... 394 The night before the battle's rage .....

206
I'm a broker by trade....
421 'Twas on the spot, in ancient lore oft named

275
My name is Mo Samuel, a poor little Jew
115 The bolt has burst the cloud that hung ........

923
My name is Nathan Solomons
119 Though I am now a very little lad...

336
My name's Levy Lion, a good-natured Jew

153
The fife and drum sound merrily.

384
My father he kept a clothes-shop and a stand 340

The soldier knows that every ball

413
My name is Lipey Benjamin
357 While deeds of hell deface the world

93
My name it is Mo, and I lives in Rag-fair.

408 While the dawn on the mountain was misty & grey 157
on, dear! I am a Jew .....
235 When war o'erwhelmed the nations round

162
Pargains to puy I makes my care ...........
108 When William Tell was doomed to die

928
Sure I am a Hebrew man

271 When I went for a soldier by love I were twisted 403
Vatsh te matter? goot folks....
135 When the darkened midnight sky

416
When a pretty little boy
29 Young Henry was as brave a youth

335
When I was a little boy, I often was well banged 59
When I was a poy, and I did go to school

104
When first a little smouchy, no higher than as that 172

NAVAL SONGS.
Ye jobbers, underwriters, ye tribe of pen and ink .. 247 All in the Downs the fleet was moored

361
Ah, sad the hour when I was torn...

398
MASONIC SONGS.

Bound 'prentice to a waterman I learned a bit to row 136

Behold the Britannia, how stately and braye.. 177
A mason's daughter, fair and young.....
116 Brave Oakum Mainbrace, honest Jack..

238
Attend, attend the strains..

192 Ben Block was a veteran of naval renown ............ 306
Arise, and blow the trumpet, Fame.........
213 Bound 'prentice to a coasting ship

367
Ass me, ye fair tuneful nine.
391 British sailors have a knack....

371
A mason's life's the life for me.
373 Ben Block was a sailor as brave as could be

418
By mason's art the aspiring domes
175 Cease, rude Boreas, blustering railer...

56
Come, let us prepare

6 Daddy Neptune, one day, to Freedom did say .... 150
Come, boys, let us more liquor get

283 Dear Nancy, I've sailed the wide world all around 267
Come, coine, brother masons, assemble with joy.... 292 Distracted with anguish and grief

277
Divine Urania, virgin pure ........

254
Dangers past, joys in view....

301
Hail ! masonry divine
77 D'ye mind me, I once was a sailor

400
Hail, masonry! thou sacred art
156 For England when with favouring gale .,

43
How happy the mason, whose bosom still flows...... 142 From Plymouth in the Vulcan we set sail

200
Hail, masonry! thou craft divine
423 Farewell to England, thy white cliffs adieu

442
King Solomon, that wise projector
392 I'm a tough true-hearted sailor

155
Let masonry from pole to pole
38 In storms when clouds obscure the sky

186
Let drunkards boast the power of wine
132 I've lived a life of some few years

202
Let us sing to the honour of those .....

341 I'll tell you, my hearties, a sailor's plain creed 288
Let malicious peuple censure ...

361 In slumbers of midnight the sailor boy lay .... 444
Not the fictions of Greece nor the dreams of old Rome 248 I saw a poor seaman his garments all tattered ...... 448
Pray don't sleep or think

276 Jack Steadfast and I were both messmates at sea .. 18
To the science that virtue and art do maintain

69 Jack and I were both messmates a long time at sea 382
To all who masonry despise
122 Loud roared the dreadful thunder...

227
'Tis masonry unites mankind
183 Loose every sail to the breeze...

229
The trade of a mason's a good moral school
258 Mayhap you may think I'm in joke

265
The loud trump of Fame willing ushers the day...... 343 Many years have I been at sea ....

331
Unite, unite, your voices raise ....

228 Now I'll chant you a strain of the lads of the main.. 392
We brethren Free Masons let's mark the great name 109 Now we're launched on the world

393
Wake the lute and quivering strings
151 Ods blood what a time for a seaman to sculk

49
When earth's foundations first were laid.

312
O'er Nelson's tomb with silent grief opprest...

60
While science yields a thousand lights...
405 Our ship's a-port, so here I be.

116
Our country is our ship, d'ye see

148
On Baltic billows rode my ship

179

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Old Cunwell, the pilot, for many a year...
328 Jockey said to Jenny........

20
One night 'twas at sea, in the midst of a storm. 947 John Anderson my jo John

123
Off Cape Finisterre by the king's ship La Loire 408 Jockey he lo’ed Annie, the lass wi'a bonnie black eye 972
Poor Joe, the marine, was at Portsmouth well Let us haste to Kelvin Grove

36
known
199 Lassie wi' the bonny e'e

333
Sweet Poll of Plymouth was my dear
76 Lowland lassie, wist thou go? .................

398
Says Ella to her love, remember.

197 Let us go, lassie, go........
Should e'er I brave the foaming seas
294 My Highland home where tempests blow

155
Stand to your guns, my hearts of oak
318 My lad's a braw and bonnie lad

213
Sadly Jane sat weaving willow ....
358 My heart is sair I darena tell...

236
Tom Steady owned cach bland sensation.............. 28 My heart's in the Highlands, my heart is not here. 922
The sparkling liquor fills the glass......
30 Merrily, merrily bounds the bark

345
'Twas one morn when the wind from the northward My daddie is a cankered carle

983
blew keenly

50 My bonnie lowland laddie has just come home from
There's nothing goes wrong when the grog's mixed

sea...

396
right
67 Not far frae bonny Aberdeen

313
To Davy Jones old Dad was gone

132 O, wha's that at my chamber-door...
The sailor sighs as sinks his native shore
193 Of a' the lasses e'er I saw

73
'Twas on the beach, as sailors tell
203 0, whistle and I'll come to you, my lad

85
The waves were hushed, the sky serene
242 o, thou art the lad of my heart, Willy

172
The courage of true British tars
268 0, Kenmure's on and awa, Willie..

168
Tom Starboard was a lover true...........
270 O, my love's like the red, red rose....

190
The British Tar no peril knows..
308 0, we're a' noddin, nid nid noddin

208
'Twas night when the bell had tolled twelve

310 O, ken ye what Meg o' the Mill has gotten
The gallanj ship was under weigh
310 o, Charlie is my darling.......

294
'Twas at Greenwich fair, I shall never forget. 313 On the banks of Allan-water

283
Though Greece all the arts once displayed on her O, gin my love were yon red rose....

295
coast
314 o, blest be the laddie, I munna tell who

391
The village hinds were hushed to sleep...

362 O where, and Owhere has my pint of whiskey fled: 332
The sea was rough, the clouds were dark
375 O, stay, sweet warbling.woodlark, stay

940
'Twas when we left Spithead, to take a cruise at sea 402 O, mirk, mirk is this midnight hour .......

346
The sailor he fears not the roar of the seas ....... 425 O Logie, o' Buchan, o Logie, the laird

427
The ship was now in sight of land
429 Pibroch, of Donnell Dhu

152
The topsails shiver in the wind..
434 Roy's wife of Aldivalloch..

167
Unfurled were the sails bearing William afar.. 219 Some brag of their ancestors, bide there awee

46
Undaunted in peril and foremost in danger

Since Scotland's page provides each age

185
When Steerwell heard me first impart
41 Sandy Gray was a bit of a ranter...

200
When forced to quit his native land..
65 Scots wha hae wi' Wallace bled

938
When 'tis night and the mid watch is come
142 Sae flaxen were her ringlets ...

275
With timbers green from childhood's dock... 143 She's fair and fause that causes my snart

353
When lightnings pierce the pitchy sky

222 The de'il cam fiddlin through the town.......
When at sea we slave, both far and near
256 The heath this night must be my bed.

109
When first he left his native shore
261

109
When I was but a tiny boy.......... ...........

The gloomy nighi is gathering fast.............
277 Thou hast left me ever, Jamie

147
William and Anne were lovers true
277 The silver moon's enamoured beam

187
When a ship is full freighted with silver and gold 302 'Twas na her bonnie blue e'e was my ruin

244
Whate'er the pleasures known on shore
342 Thy Highland cot where tempests roar.

252
When I think on the cottage so loved and endeared 381 The sun has gane down o'er the lofty Ben Lomond.. 266
When storms are sunk to rest
399 Though we are placed some thousand miles

268
When first I left my mam and dad ........

404 Thou lingering star with less'ning ray................... 290
Whence comes this keen, this cutting smart
491 The smiling morn, the breathing spring

292
When clouds on high are riding......

499

Though Scotia may boast of its maids fair and free 319
When Britain first at heaven's command
448 The ruddy morn blinked o'er the brae......

376
Your slack jaw belay, if you ask Jack's opinion 77 This is no my ain house

440
Your Molly has never proved false she declares 84 Where's he for honest poverty.

27
Ye landsmen and ye seamen,be you a-head or a-stern 204 When hope was quite sunk in despair

89
Young William was a seaman true
333 When first you courted me, Iown..

100
You may talk about singing Italian songs
340 While larks with little wing....

102
Ye mariners of England....
387 Will ye go to the ewe-bughts, Marion ...

131
When the sheep were in the fauld, and the kye a'
SCOTCH.
at hane ...

141
Why these sighs, oh, tell me, Leezy..

180
Awake, my love, ere morning's ray ............... 144 Will you gang wi’ine, lassie, to the braes of Birnie.
Adieu, a heart-warm, fond adieu ................ 194 bouzle

181
And are ye sure the news is true?

219
We're a' noddin

208
Away, ye gay landscapes, ye gardens of roses..... 227 What can a young lassie, what shall a young lassie ? 939
A Highland laddie heard of war ..........

285
What ails this heart o' mine .........

271
A sweeter lassie ne'er was born....
301 Wilt thou be my dearie ?

308
Awake, on your hills, on your islands awake
921 Wake, maid of Lorn, the moments ily

402
By Logan streams, that rin sae deep
285 Where shall the lover rest?

431
Brave sons of the mountain, to battle away

355
Ye blithest lads and lasses gay

5
Before I pricked onward to merry England
412 Ye banks and braes of bonny Doon

53
Braw, braw lads, on Yarrow braes...
420 Young Roger is a bonny lad.

79
Charley is my darling......
224 Young Donald is the blithest lad.

202
Fiddlers, your pins in temper fix
126 You've surely heard o' famous Neil

263
Farewell, thou fair day! thou green earth! and ye Young Sandy was pressed from his Alice's side 929
skies!

140 Young Allan rode slowly across the green heath .... 380
Faith, I'll awa to the bridal..

155 Young Johnny Mac Clean loved Jenny Mac Griggor 393
Farewell to Lochaber, and farewell, my Jean..

258
Farewell, ye dungeons, dark and strong

403
First when Maggie was my care .............

SENTIMENTAL.

437
Gin ye meet a bonnie lassie..
47 A plague upon parsons and preachers...

49
Go fetch me a pint of wine..
67 A harebell one day...

70
Gin a body meet a body
140 A poor little gipsey I wander forlorn

71
Gloomy winter's now awa ...........
169 Adieu, adieu, my native shore

123
Green grow the rashes 0...
250 A sage once to a maiden sung...

199
Hail to the chief who in triumph advances....... 309 Ah, why should we repine at Care.....

193
Hey for the Heilan hills

361
Ah, sure a pair was never seen..

199
Hear what Highland Nora said
444 Ah, County Guy....

158
I gaed a wofu' gate yest'reen
57 A cousin I have, sir, a very young maid

176
I winna marry ony mon but Sandy o'er the lee 58 As Lore and Folly rambled on

202
I once was a maid though I cannot tell when
132 Ah, what avails the glittering vest ...

247
It was upon a Lammas night
991 Ah, you know sweet words impart

954
In Dundee there lived a carle, fu' blithe and merry 416 A baby wandered from its home

204
Jockey said to Jeany, Jeany, wilt thou do't?

20

As Memory once reclined

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