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Thy choicest gifts, in store,
On him be pleas’d to pour ;

Long may he reign!
May he defend our laws,
And ever give us cause
To sing, with heart and voice,

God save the King !

O grant him long to see
Friendship and unity

Always increase!
May he his sceptre sway,
All loyal souls obey;
Join, heart and voice-huzza !

God save the King !
“ From ev'ry latent foe,
“ From the assassin's blow,

God save the King ! 66 O'er him thine arm extend, “ For Britain's sake defend « Our father, prince, and friend;

« God save the King!”

IN DE X.

Opera from whence

taken.

Alpbabetical Arrangement.

Page.

A.

6

English Fleet.-ALL'S well! a Duett,
The Wags.-Adieu, adieu, my only life;

14
New Brooms.-Ah! bless your honour,

19
Benevolent Tar.-A plague of these musty old lubbers, 21
My Grandmother.-Are ye fair as opening roses? 27
Duenna.-Adieu, thou dreary pile,

28
Age To-morrow.--Ah! no, my love, no,

ibid.
Matrimony. -A sage once to a maiden sung, 33
Art thou awake?

47
As gaily I touch my guitar, 52
Robin Hood. As burns the charger,

53
All in the Downs,

64
Paul and Virginia.Ah! could my fault'ring tongue,

69
Paul and Virginia.A blessing unknown to Ambition, 70
Ah! give me, Hope,

74
Cast. of Andalusia.-At the peaceful midnight hour, 77
Away with melancholy,

92
Obi.-A lady, in fair Seville city,

99
After a long and ficavy fire,
Ah! tell me no more,

116
A
posey of flowers,

136
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Ah! where can fly my soul's, &c. 150
Awake, my lute,

161
A little orphan sailor boy, 163
Cabinet.--Ah! could I hope my fair to see, 166
Blue Beard.-All is hush'd! no footstep falls, 167

Ah! do not say you'll leave me, 168
Escapes.-A little boy, a Savoyard,

169
Pirates.-As wrapt in sleep I lay,

192
Wife of Two Husb. A soldier to his own fire-side, 194
Address to the violet,

232
Ah! gentle Hope,

237
As I wander'd along the sea-shore, 241
Anna; or, the adieu,

248
Absence,

251
All hail to thee, enliv'ning Morn, 256
Ah! where can I turn?

265
Forty Thieves.-Ah! what is the bosom's, &c. 270
Forty Thieves. Ah! cruel maid,

270
Forty Thieves.--Ah! little blind boy,

273
Ah! tell me why,

280

B.

Bleak blows the storm,
Thirty Thousand.-Beneath the willow tree,

Breathe soft, ye flutes,
Black-ey'd Susan,
Bright chanticleer proclaims,

Bonnie Lesley,
Red-Cross Knights:-Blow, warder, blow,
Cabinet.-By my mother 'twas said,

By tbe gaily circling glass,

By a murmuring brook,
Farmer.-Bonny Bet, sweet blossom,

By all the joys,
Seraglio.-Blow high, blow low,

Barra Vale,
Paragraph.-Behold the Britannia!

19
31
32
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66
93
95
104
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133
147
148

153

154

Priy. Theatricals.--Bleak was the morn,
White Plume. --Brave spirits of Albion,
Travellers. Beware of Love,

Blue-bell, how gaily, &c.

223
253
261

280

C.
Caravan.-Castinet song,

Crazy Jane,
Farmer.-Charming village maid,

Pirates.-Can I cease to love her?
Shipwreck. Come, buy poor Sally's, &c.

Cease, rude Boreas,
Come, buy my wood-harebells,

41
81
162
193
197
225
264

D.
Poor Soldier.-Dear Tom, this brown jug,

5
English Fleet.-Deserted by the waning moon, 6
Soldier's Return.-Down in the valley,

51
Thirty Thousand.-Down by yon banks,

55
Iron Chest.-Down by the river there grows, 98

Drink to me only with thine eyes, 225
Travellers.-Deep in my brcast,

243
Travellers.--Dull Care, with all thy train, 254
Age To-morrow.-Delightful Freedom, by whose, &c. 260

Travellers. Deep in the fountain of this, &c. 261

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F.
Farmer.-Ere around the huge oak,
Lock and Key.-E’er since I found true-love,

Encamp'd on the coast,

61
180
247

F.

From the white-blossom'd sloe,
Egyptian Festival.-Far, far at sea,

Faithless Emma,

Fragrant roses, all entwin'd
Cabinet. Fair Ellen like a lily grew,

3
13
17
24
30

100

Weathercock.–Far, far from me my lover files,

39 Flow, thou regal purple stream, 43 Duenna.-Friendship is the bond of reason, 54 Hartford Bridge. For England, when, &c.

68 Fair Rosale,

78 Magic Flute.-Far, far from me my love is fled,

87 Magic Flute.-Fairy revels,

94 Wand. Melodist.–Fair Sally, once the village pride, Forget me not,

105 Forlorn, the poor exile pursues, ΙΙΟ Farewell, thou stream,

123 Forth from thy dark and dismal cell, 126 Friar of orders grey,

128 Fatherless Fanny,

134 Fairest of the fair,

155 For thee these tears,

160 Lock and Key.--Fanny, will you marry me? 180 From silent shades,

183 Pirates.-Fancy's dream.

192 Frae Barra vale I've ta'en my way, 238 Travellers. Farewell those hopes,

243 La Belle Assemb.-From thee, Eliza, I must go, 244

Fair Celia had taken a dove, 251
Female hardship,

284

G.
Matrimony.-Green leaves all turn yellow, 33
Go, youth belov'd,

105 Escapes.--Good deeds are never ill bestow'd, 169

God save great George our King, 287

H.

Hail, happy warbler,
Family Quarrels.-Hark! where martial music,

Artaxerxes. Hope told a flatt'ring tale,
Weathercock. He seeks another,
Weathercock.--Have you forgot the masquerade?

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