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A Welsh Sermon
At a Batchelor's Feast Tom Monk was presiding 7 7
A Methodist Sermon

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A Sail on our lee-bow appears

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A Man of Wales, betwixt St. David's day & Easter 31
Aid a sailor, kind Sirs who once felt it his glory 32
A Watchman I am, I know all the rounds

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A Sensible Madman

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A Curious Love Letter

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Anecdotes

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A Blacksmith, you'll own, is so clever

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All in the Downs the fleet was moor’d

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Anecdotes

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Alone to the banks of the dark rolling Danube 85
A Caledonian tar am I

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4 Folly fat friar lov'd liquor good store

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A Priest of Kajaaga as blind as a stone
A Corsican Frog, Sirs, was born near a pool 105
Ah Delia ; dear maid of my heart
A point was discussid Twixt a husband and wife 148
As on yon village lawn I stray'd
As he that's unaw'd by the sound of a namo

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A Traveller full
forty years I have been

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A Vessel at sea was expected to sink

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A down a green valley there liv'd an old Maid . 16г
A Frog he would a wooing go

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A little old Woman was taken ill

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As Strephon and Anna one evening were roving 207
Behold an Old Widow before you appear

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Begone, dull care, I prythee begone from me

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Bright chanticleer proclaims the dawn

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Bright Phæbus has mounted the chariot of Day

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Bowls and Rubbers; or, The Holiday Cobler

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By the side of a bridge that stands over a brook 109
Britannia's Revenge

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Behold a Damsel in distress

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Come, Measter, I be's going to sing

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Come, neverteem to mind it

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Cease rude Boreas, blustring railer

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Come lay by the Sickle till next Summer Season

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Come, come, bonny lassie,' cried Sandy, 'awa,'
Come listen my honies awhile, you shall hear 164
Come Neighbours, no longer be patient and quiet · 172
Come listen to my story

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Did you near hear a tale, how a youth in a Vale

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Epitaphs

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Escap'd with Life in tatters

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From the white blossom’d sloe my dear Chloe requested 37
Far remou'd
from noise and smoke

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For England when, with fav ring gale

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Friend of my Soul! ihis Goblet sip

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Fair and plump was the maiden I took for a Wife II&
Good Folks, what a period of Novelty this is

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Give me the gallant British Tar

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Go patter to Lubbers, and swabs d'ye see

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Good law, how things are alter'd
High on a shaggy sea-worn rock

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Hippesley's Drunken Man

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How sweet in the woodlands with fleet hound and horn 54
How stands the glass around?

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Here's to each jolly fellow
Hark! hark! jolly Sportsmen awhile to my tale 136

I'm the Girl of the Seasons, am known far and near
d'm just come in search of a Wife
In the Temple of Fame, where the Ghosts of the brave 15
I'm a Scdier you all of you know
le this lottery of Life should dame Fortune beguile
I'll live no more single, but get me a Wife

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If you please, sirs, might I be so bold as to say 80
I'm return'd from the ocean again, my brave boys 86
In the downhill of Life, when I find I'm declining

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In Windermere Vale, a Rose there once flourish'd 125
I love thee by heaven, I cannot say more

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In Liquor-pond street, as is well known to many 153
I'm Gallia's King and Consul too

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I sing of a thief, and a thief call'd a King

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I'm sure I never can forget

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In Ireland so frisky, with sweet Girls and Whisky ib,
In Yorkshire I wur born and bred

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Last night the dogs did bark
Law against Ravishers

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Let fame sound the Trumpet and cry to the war • 204
Little Boney don't like ùs, no matter, who cares 205
My name d'ye see's Tom Tough, I've seen a little sarvice 37
My boys, would you know how our Ship got her name
Matrimony

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Musha Grah, what will become of me
Mark, my love,, yon broke up Soldier

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My Temples with clustero, uporujes 1']ontwine 134
My Daddy was a Tinker's Son

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Miss Wigley, her lover call'd first of the fair 189
Mayhap you have heard how that dear as their lives

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No mair, ye bonny Lasses gay

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Now while above yon range of hills

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Now I'se be a Devonshire boy

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Oh! gentle folk, what do you think?

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Oh! did you near hear of Kate Kearney

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Obedient to his country's great command

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One Patrick O'Blunder, just come from Kilkenny 24
0, what a dainty fine thing is the Girl I love! 93
Oh; think on my fate once I freedom enjoy'd
On Afric's wide plains, where the lions loud roaring 128
On the brow of a hill a young shepherdess dwelt 138
Over the sunny hills I stray

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One night extended on my downy bed

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Old Tom was a toper of no little merit

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Oh, what a story the papers have been telling us 175
Our immortal Poet's page

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Pray, Ladies, did you ever hear
Pale and languid sat Britannia

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Poor Dick Meadows young and blooming

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Politicians may ponder the juggles of State

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Quoth Richard to Bob, let things go as they will 170
Should fears alarm, or threats appal

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Still Europe hears from Gallia's shore
Shoes, hats, and old cloaths, hare skin, rabbit skin 56
Since Dick and Nell were Man and Wife
Songs of Shepherds in rustical roundelays
Sweet is the Ship that under Sail

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Says fack to his messmate, I'll tell you a tale - 163
So careless I sat in my grandmother's bower - 180
Since last I trod upon this ground.

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Sweet weeping willow, friend of Tears

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Sir Jerry Go-nimble was lame of a leg

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Thro? London Streets ( trip along
The lillies were b owing

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The Soluson who to hatte

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'Tis for bread, 'tis for life, dearest lady, I sue ib.
The new drunken Oration

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The passing bell was heard to toll

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The inquest is set for the tea-things they call

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To Batchelor's Hall we good fellows invite

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'Twas past meridian half past four

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'Twas Saturday Night, six went the clock

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'Twas all how and about and concerning the war 51
'Twas one morn, when the wind from the northward
blew keenly

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The Auctioneer mounts and first hawing and hemming 98
'Twas at Portsmouth I first saw my Nancy 106
The British Tar no peril knows
'Twas within a mile of Edinburgh Town

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The winds whistld shrilly,

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There came to the beach a poor Exile of Erin
The trees seem to fade as the dear spot I'm viewing 127
Tight Lads have I sail'd with

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There was an ancient fair

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That money will multiply care

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The little poy about the street

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There was a gay man milliner

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Tom Gobble was a Grocer's Son

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28 Wilt thou be mine, fair Caroline ? Why what's that to you if my eyes I'm a wiping 43 When wild war's deadly blast was blawn When in u ar on the ocean we meet the proud foe

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61 When Bibo went down to the regions below When Steerwell heard me first impart

63 Why, fair maid, in ev'ry feature

74 Well here I am to tell When I was a young Man in sweet Tipperary 129 Whaie'er squeamish lovers may say

130 When Orpheus went down to the regions below

134 When first on the plain I began to appear

145 Which is the properest day to drink

167 While the banners of war thro' the globe are display'd 169 Women and War alternate move

179 When the Sun bright ascending illumines the sky 180 While the day-star of Europe crudong wild oruude'

208 Ye gentlemen of England, who live at home at ease Your pardon, kind gentlefolk, pray Young Roger the Ploughman who wanted a mate

92 Ye British Sons awake to Glory Ye Belle's that in riding delight

132 Young Roger threw Margery down on the floor

133 Young William was a Seaman true

14% Ye Sons of Bacchus who know no controul

145 You've heard of a frog in a opera hat

161 You know my dear friend that I've spent all my life 165

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Ulverston; Printed by G. Ashburner.

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